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Great Urdu Nazms    (Urdu + Hindi +English transliteration & Translation)
Great Urdu Nazms (Urdu + Hindi +English transliteration & Translation)

Great Urdu Nazms (Urdu + Hindi +English transliteration & Translation)

by Josh Malihabadi

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Product ID:32939

Language

Multi-Lingual

Publisher

Hind Pocket Books

ISBN

9788121618724 - Year: 2013 - Pages: 249

Binding

Paperback

Josh Malihabadi

Author: Josh Malihabadi
Several Contributors/
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Kuldip Salil
Publisher: Hind Pocket Books
Year: 2013
Language: Multi-Lingual
Pages: 249
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788121618724

Description

A new, unique collection of Nazms of over 50 poets from Galib to Faiz. Kuldip Salil, a noted poet himself, has selected the Nazms ranging over many centuries, and translated these into English.

This immense treasure of Urdu poetry was originally compiled and translated into Hindi by the Late Prakash Pandit. The author has translated these gems into English, while preserving the nuances of the originals.

Whether in the form of divine love or earthly love, the longing and pain of these Nazm will truly stir our souls. A large number of these portray the love between the soul of man and the soul of the supreme.

COMMENT:

Your beauty though is as attractive as before. There are other sorrows also in the world beside the sorrows of love. And other joys apart from the joys of union. Do not ask me, dear, for love like before.

Ab bhee dilkash hai tera husn, magar kyaa keeje, aur bhee ghum hain zamaane men mohhabat ke sivva, raahaten aur bhee hain vasl kee raahat ke sivva, mujhase pahalee see mohhabat meree mahaboob na maang!

= Faiz Ahmed Faiz

Contents

Contents


Preface

The dream of the jail breaking

Stranger

To the Physician

Shahida

God’s Command (To the Angles)

A Wish

Ruin us not, O Love

Dialogue

Prison – One Evening

Ask me not for love, O dear, like before

The Constitution

Analysis

The Last Meeting

I am youthful still, still I am young

A Support

Antiques Shop

Taj Mahal

O Specks of dust, and O drops

The Vagabond

The Faithless one

My Defeat

The Road is being laid

Fears

Reply to a letter

Struggle

The People Say

Self-Centeredness

Rain

A Puzzle

Distance

Tiding from the Winds

Consolation

Search

Dance

The Circus Horse

Strife

An Elegy

The Answer

To Pakistani Friends

In Memory of my Younger Brother

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