PATA KHAZANA PDF

He professed that the script be a 19th century copy of an anthology of Pashto poetry written in in Kandahar by Shah Hussain Hotak. The anthology is a compilation of works of hitherto unknown poets dating back to the eighth century. Habibi published the manuscript as a facsimile in but did not make the original document available to the public. Reception The earliest known document written in Pashto is dated to the sixteenth century. The poems compiled in the Pata Khazana therefore extend the history of Pashto literature by about years. The claimed discovery of the manuscript thus caused a controversy, its authenticity was disputed from the beginning.

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He professed that the script be a 19th century copy of an anthology of Pashto poetry written in in Kandahar by Shah Hussain Hotak. The anthology is a compilation of works of hitherto unknown poets dating back to the eighth century. Habibi published the manuscript as a facsimile in but did not make the original document available to the public.

Reception The earliest known document written in Pashto is dated to the sixteenth century. The poems compiled in the Pata Khazana therefore extend the history of Pashto literature by about years.

The claimed discovery of the manuscript thus caused a controversy, its authenticity was disputed from the beginning. The first translation into a European language, with a detailed critical commentary, only appeared in , written by the Italian iranologist Lucia Serena Loi.

The most intensive critical occupation with the manuscript among Pashto scholars was published by the Pakistani scholar Qalandar Mohmand in As the original manuscript is not available to the public, the authenticity of the document could only be checked by analysing the orthography and style of the facsimile.

Due to the large number of errors and anachronisms found in the script, the authenticity of the manuscript is widely excluded among scholars of Iranian studies. Some scholars, however, do not want to rule out completely an authenticity of at least parts of some poems compiled in the manuscript. There is no consensus on the time of fabrication. Loi considers the manuscript a forgery of the late 19th century, [1] while the Iranologist David Neil MacKenzie concludes from the anachronisms that the document was fabricated only shortly before its claimed discovery in These letters were only introduced into the Pashto alphabet in when the Afghan government reformed the Pashto orthography.

The two letters have never been found simultaneously in any genuine manuscript before Da chap jae, Peshawar in Pashto References.

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Pata Khazana

Discovery[ edit ] The Afghan scholar Habibi claimed to have discovered the manuscript in He claimed it was a 19th-century copy of an anthology of Pashto poetry written in in Kandahar by Shah Hussain Hotak. The anthology is a compilation of works of hitherto unknown poets dating back to the eighth century. Habibi published the manuscript as a facsimile in but did not make the original document available to the public.

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According to its discoverer Abdul Hay Habibi, the script contains an anthology of Pashto poetry, which precedes the earliest known works of Pashto literature by hundreds of years; the manuscript is unauthenticated, is considered probable forgery among scholars of Iranian Studies. The Afghan scholar Habibi claimed to have discovered the manuscript in , he claimed it was a 19th century copy of an anthology of Pashto poetry written in in Kandahar by Shah Hussain Hotak. The anthology is a compilation of works of hitherto unknown poets dating back to the eighth century. Habibi published the manuscript as a facsimile in but did not make the original document available to the public. Since the publication of the first edition of the book, scholars have raised various doubts about its authenticity. Habibi dismissed such critics, stating that their arguments were not "scientifically based".

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