Jiji Devi herself entrusted her Gaddi to her disciple named Goyand in 1500 by initiating him into all the tenets of the panth. This may be taken as the date of the Ai Panth's origin.
Bhawanidas Vyas of Jodhpur has narrated lucidly in easy Rajasthani the life of Aiji and the salient features of the panth, in his Ai Anad Vilas composed in 1736. It consists of 603 verses including doha, soratha, chand, kavitt, candrayan, bhu-jaiigi, caupai, nisani, jhamal, haran kala and prose vartas. This is deemed to be a sacred book in the panth.
Tarachand Vyas of Bilada composed Ai Ugra Prakas, which likewise tells the story of Aiji's life with a brief history of the parith, in a straight and simple way, in easy Rajasthani. Doha, soratha, chappay, chand, paddhari, tribhangi etc have used metres in their style.
Both the books serve as important source of information about Aiji and Ai Panth.
Many other poems, including Ai Mata ri Vel and stray verses by Lumba Baba and others are popular in the panth.
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