In this book, there is a beautiful portrayal of the character of Narsinh Mehta is well known all over India as a bhakta–poet. His devotional bhajans are sung to this day – mostly in Gujarat and Saurashtra – since he wrote them in Gujarati.
Although many biographies of Bhaktaraj have been published in his mother tongue, none have been accepted in terms of language, literature, or history. Not only that but his birthday is still debated to this day. In such a case, it is difficult to claim that this character is universal and authentic in every way. Then, to the greatest extent possible, we have drawn on the verses composed by the devotees themselves in writing this.
Of course, because we lack a true detailed history, we must rely on our imagination to keep the events series interesting. Readers are shown whatever is available. It should be noted that anything sweet, and preaching in this book is the work of those devotees, while the flaws are ours.
- Author: Mangal
- Publisher: Gita Press, Gorakhpur
- Language: Sanskrit Text with Hindi translation
- Pages: 150
- Cover: Paperback
- Product Type: Religious Books
- Weight: 130gram
- Size: 8.5inchX7.5inch