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2015 | 1-2 | 59-73
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Kaszmirska poetka Lal Ded

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Kashmiri Poetess Lal Ded
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The poetry of Lal Ded (c. 1300–1370), who was known as Lalleshvari or Lalla Arifa, has not yet received much attention outside Kashmir. This is in spite of the fact that Lal Ded played a crucial role in the emergence of the modern Kashmiri language. As the first poet of Kashmiri literature, she created a style called vakh which until today is one of the classical forms of poetical expression of the Kashmiris. This article is intended as a survey of the published and unpublished written sources and the living oral transmission of Lal Ded’s vakhs. It also presents the characteristic features of her teachings with the intention to examine to which mystical traditions of India she is related. Finally, her proximity to siddhas and nathas, who played an important role in the emergence of vernacular languages of Northern India, is indicated.
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