Daya Shankar Kaul Nasim

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Daya Shankar Kaul Nasim (Kashmiri: दया शंकर कौल नसीम, Urdu: دیا شنکر کول نسیم‎) was a Urdu poet of the 19th century who is best known for his epic Gul Bakawali. He was defended by Brij Narayan Chakbast when it was suggested that he was not the author of this book. The poet lived from 1811–1845.

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