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Author: Purushottam Agrawal
Publisher: Rupa Publications India(20-May-18)
Edition: 20-May-18
ISBN-13: 9789353040239
Publishing year: Rupa Publications India
No of pages: 202 Pages
Weight: 100g
Language: English
Book binding: Paperback

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Purushottam Agrawal is a New Delhi based writer and literary historian. He works on Bhakti, spirituality without religion and India?s organic early modernity which, he argues, was halted in its tracks by colonization. His work draws upon sources in Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Urdu, Braj and Awadhi.

More than five hundred years after the Sufi poet Malik Muhammad Jayasi wrote his epic poem Padmavat, the story of Padmavati, princess of Simhal and her lover and husband, Ratansen, the king of Chittor, continues to capture the imagination of readers everywhere. In Padmavat, we meet Padmavati?s friend, philosopher and guide?Hiraman?a parrot, as well as Nagmati?Ratansen?s first wife and the brave Rajput warriors, Gora and Badal. This tale of two women and their husband who are tormented by Alauddin Khalji is a lyrical retelling of the story of Rajasthani bards, using idioms and metaphors from both the world of Islam and the Hindu Puranas. With Purushottam Agrawal?s deeply insightful commentary and Devdutt Pattanaik?s incredible illustrations, Jayasi?s epic love story is brought to life like never before and finally seen and appreciated for what it is a remarkable ode to love, beauty and truth.