Peter Mukunda Pasedach peter.pasedach at googlemail.com
Thu Nov 17 06:49:14 UTC 2016

Dear Alakendu Das,

To Ratnākara, 9th century Kashmir, author of the Haravijaya, is
attributed a chronicle of the kings of Kashmir, possibly only
surviving in fragments of translations into Persian and Urdu. See the
following blog post of Vinayak Razdan,
,  and, linked from there, scans of two articles of Pandit Ananda Koul
in the Journal and Proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal from
early 20th century, https://archive.org/details/HasansHistoryOfKashmir
. I was made aware of it by Muzaffar Ahmad,
https://independent.academia.edu/MuzaffarAhmad , who is working on it.

Best Regards,

Peter Pasedach

On Tue, Nov 15, 2016 at 10:54 AM, alakendu das
<mailmealakendudas at rediffmail.com> wrote:
> If anybody may kindly enlighten me on the existence of any medieval
> composition on any Historical context on India ,prior to RAJTARANGINI?
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