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Barah Maah Sri Krishna

Description "Barah Mahan" is a poetic device used by many medieval saints and poets. A verse written in this style begins with the name of each month in the Indian calendar. It is always a devotional verse written in the invocation of God's name or some Hindu God. This verse based on twelve Indian months invokes Lord Krishna's grace for a devotee. The devotee's mood changes according to each month's climate/weather as he pines for a union with Krishna. It is written in Hindi in Devnagri script, but its diction is Punjabi. It is brief and plain simple prayer[edit]
Keywords Chetar, Vaisakh, Krishna, Sudama, Bansi Wala, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001608
Author Milkhy Ram
Script Devnagari
Language Hindi
Publisher J. S. Sant Singh
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 19.0
Breadth 13.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         8
 
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