। ख़ुदा-ए-सुख़न मीर तक़ी ‘मीर’ जो बड़े बड़ों को ख़ातिर में नहीं लाते थे, उनकी सुख़न-गोई के मद्दाह थे, अपने तज़्किरा ‘निकात-उश-शो’अरा’ में ‘उ’ज़लत’ को ‘ख़ूबियों और कमालात का मजमूआ’ कहा है।
Baitaal Pacheesi and Singhasan Batteesi
Literary narratives are known to have a latent relationship between their oral and written forms. Two analogous Indian narratives–Singhasan Batteesi (Thirty-Two Tales of the Throne) and Baitaal Pacheesi (Twenty-five Tales of Baital)–that have passed from the oral to a variety of written forms over a long period of time may be mentioned in this context.
Finding love in revolution; revolution in love!
Asrar-ul-Haq Majaz (1911-1955), also known as Majaz Lakhnavi, has traditionally been called a poet of romance and revolution.
The love-life of Akhtar Shirani: Imaginary or Real?
Anisur Rahman One who wrote poems like Sarzameen-e Ishq, Ai Ishq Kaheen Le Chal, Ai Ishq Hamein Barbaad Na Kar, Badnaam Ho Raha Hoon, Jahaan Rehana Rehti Thi, Chand Lamhe Azra Ke Saath, Shikwa-i- Judaai, Aiteraaf-e Mohabbat and many more of the kind must be in the dock of lovers. Whether Akhtar Shirani had really… continue reading
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