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Poems of Josh Malihabadi  (Urdu + English + Roman + Hindi)
Poems of Josh Malihabadi (Urdu + English + Roman + Hindi)

Poems of Josh Malihabadi (Urdu + English + Roman + Hindi)

by Josh Malihabadi

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Language

multilingual

Publisher

Star Publications

ISBN

9788176503099 - Year: 2007 - Pages: 191

Binding

Hardcover

Josh Malihabadi
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Author: Josh Malihabadi
Translator(s)/ Edito: Khwaja Tariq Mahmood
Publisher: Star Publications
Year: 2007
Language: multilingual
Pages: 191
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788176503099

Description

Doyen of the Progressive Writers’ Movement, Josh Malihabadi dominated the Urdu literary scene of the 20th century Indian sub-continent. Born on December 5, 1898 as Shabbir Hasan Khan in Malihabad, near Lucknow he studied at St Peter’s College, Agra and passed his Senior Cambridge examination in 1914. Josh subsequently studied Arabic and Persian and, in 1918, spent six months at Ravindranath Tagore’s institution at Shantiniketan.

While working as in charge of the translation department of Jamia Osamania, Hyderabad, Josh wrote a poem against the oppressive Nizam and was exiled from the state. Josh then worked for Shalimar film Company in Poona as a song writer for about four years.

Josh was known as “Shair-e-Inqilab”. He also got actively involved in the freedom struggle and became close to quite a few of the political leaders of that era, specially Jawahar Lal Nehru. His first collection of poems was published under the title of Rooh-e-Adab. The collections of his poetry include Shola-o-Shabnam, Junoon-o-Hikmat, Naqsh-o-Nigar, Fikr-o-Nishaat, Sunbal-o-salaasal, Harf-o-Hikaayat and Sarod-o-Kharosh. Josh was editor of Aaj Kal and advisor to the all India Radio. He was honoured with the Padma Bhushan award in 1954 by the President of India.

Josh was concerned with the state of Urdu in independent India and migrated to Pakistan in 1956, but was not well-received by the authorities and pro-establishment media of Pakistan for his iconoclastic ideas and socialistic leanings.

His autobiography Yadon Ki Barat was published in 1966. He died on February 22, 1982.

Contents

Having Condemned
If I Find
Beloved Saw
Oppressive Darkness
Awfully Captivating
Hell is Cold
In he Realm
Billowing Clouds
In the Realm
My Consistent
Among the Seasoned
Why happiness See Beloved’s
Ever Since We
The Lost Look
Infront of the
Such Smile on Lips
Arriving
Heart is Extinct
Free Ranging
Light at Break
With a Sullen
In the Pervading when pain of Heart
Pain in Heart
With Tears to Die
Heart is Extinct
Free Ranging
Light at Break
With a Sullen
In the Pervading When Pain of Heart
Pain in heart
With Tears
To Die
How Long
Heart is Restful
Seeing Beloved
Rubaiyaat
Rubaiyaat
Rubaiyaat
Rubaiyaat
Reality of Mole
On Chalance
Non Wishing for your
Our Stroll
Mirth and Death
Temporal beauty
Frigid Fingers
Worship
Address

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