Suleiman Charitra: Kalyana Malla
The book Suleiman Charitra written by Kalyana Malla was in news because on 9 April 2015 the translated version of it Sueiman Charitra of Kalyan Malla was released. The book has been translated from Sanskrit to English by diplomat-writer A.N.D. Haskar.
The translated version was released by Prof. Akhtarul Wasey, the National Commissioner for Linguistic Minorities in New Delhi.
The original book Suleiman Charitra was written by Kalyan Malla who was an esteemed poet at the court of Lodhi prince Lad Khan in eastern Uttar Pradesh at the beginning of 16th Century.
The book is a collection of stories drawn from Islamic and Biblical narratives.
Malla is known to have also composed Ananga Ranga which along with Suleiman Charitra were dedicated to his princely patron.
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