The 13th century Apabhramsha epic Pajjunna Chariu (Pradyumna Charit) written by Mahakavi Singh is a great Indian language literary work. Lives of the shalakapurusha Shrikrishna and his son Pradyumna have been described in detail in this work.
This work offers very authentic and useful material not only from the linguistic and literary point of view but also for studying Indian history, society and culture. What also makes this work distinctive is that its content has been made lively by the story of the Mahabharata besides ancient legends from Jaina sources. Learned Prakrit, Sanskrit and Hindi writer Dr. Vidyavati Jain has along with editing and translating this work highlighted several new aspects of the history of that age. It is a prestigious publication of Bharatiya Jnanpith.