Chand Bardai Biography
The biography of Chand Bardai. This page has biographical information on Chand Bardai, one of the best poets of all time. We also provides access to the poet's poems, best poetry, quotes, short poems, and more.
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Chand Bardai (, (1149-09-30 ) September 30, 1149 – c. 1200) was a Hindu brahambhatt (barot) and the court poet of the Indian king Prithviraj III Chauhan, who ruled Ajmer and Delhi from 1165 to 1192. A native of Lahore, Chand Bardai composed the Prithviraj Raso, an epic poem in Hindi about the life of Prithviraj. A barot of Jagati(jalsar) gotra, he was a worshiper of the goddess Saraswati, who gifted him with the boon of Bardai. [ citation needed ]
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