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An Introduction to the Poetry of Ghalib  (ROMAN+ENGLISH)
An Introduction to the Poetry of Ghalib (ROMAN+ENGLISH)

An Introduction to the Poetry of Ghalib (ROMAN+ENGLISH)

by Sarvat Rahman

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multilingual

Publisher

Ghalib Institute

ISBN

N/A - Year: 2003 - Pages: 236

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Hardcover

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Author: Sarvat Rahman
Publisher: Ghalib Institute
Year: 2003
Language: multilingual
Pages: 236
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A

Description

This introduction is meant to be a companion volume to the Complete Translation into English of the Diwan-e-Ghalib.

For the sake of readers who understand but cannot read it, and are dismayed by the complexities of the Urdu script, a phonetic Roman transcription of the Urdu language has been made, based on the Devnagri script. The key to this phonetic transcription is included and will enable the readers to read the Urdu original, placed side by side with its translation, without difficulty.

Contents

Preface

Introduction to the Diwan-e-Ghalib
Key to Transcription of Urdu into Roman

SUMMARY OF THE INTRODUCTION


The Arabo-Persian tradition of the ghazal in India
Origins of Sufi Poetry
The Spread of Sufi Ideas to the West
The Symbols of Sufi Poetry
Sufi Symbols in Ghalib’s ghazals

The First Verse of the Diwan-e-Ghalib
The Mirror and its Associates
The Veil
The Sun as a Symbol
The Desert Wanderer
The Candle
Fire
The Water Drop and the Ocean
The Rose
The Rose in its Garden
The Philosophical Rose
The Cry of the Rose
The Autumn Rose
Wine and the Tavern
The Spring
The Wine Wave
Another Spring
Ghalib’s Dalliance
The Portrait of the Courtesan as Drawn by Ghalib
The Progress of Love
The Sentiments inspired by the Courtesan
The Sufferings of the lover
Sighs
The Shedding of Tears
The Jealousy of the Lover
Vignettes of Courtesans
The Lilting Ghazals
Ghalib’s Unhappiness
Ghalib and Universe of Sound
Ghalib as an esthete, the importance of Hindu images on his poetry
Ghalib and Religion
Ghalib and his Verse
Short List of References

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