The text is a work on religion and spirituality, dealing with religious theories and spiritualism in the form of songs. Profound thoughts are expressed in simple terms and reflect Sufi philosophy, often through the imagery of Rādhā-Krisna. The songs describe the concept of the reunion of the lover and the beloved, the union of the disciple with Āllāh/God.
The author, Bhélā Śāh, was a resident of Sylhét. The original volume is a printed copy by Phaiyāj Ali. It has no cover page and no date. The physical book measures 117mm by 197mm. The main text appears on pages 1-84 and this is all that has been copied.View images from this file (84)