Best Urdu Short Poetry

Best Urdu Short Poetry

Mamla Khuda Ka Tha :

Gawahi Kese Tutti Mamla Khuda Ka Tha
Mera Aur Uska Rabta Hath Aur Dua Ka Tha

 

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Tera Waada Tha :

Teri Majburian Drust Hain Magar
Tera Wada Tha Hamesha Yad Rakhne Ka

 

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Dard e Dil :

Dard Ho Dil Men To Dawa Kijye
Dil He Ho Dard To Kya Kijye

 

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Manzil Kho Rahi Hai :

Guman Tum Ko Ke Rasta Kat Raha Hai
Yaqeen Mujh Ko Ke Manzil Kho Rahi Hai

 

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Mareez-e-Ishq :

Tabib Yoon Koshishen Na Kar Tujhe Kya Khabar Mere Marz Ki
Tu Ishq Kar, Phir Chot Kha, Phir Dawa Likh Mere Dard Ki

 

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Qismat Men Rona :

Jin Ki Qismat Men Likha Ho Rona Mohsin
Wo Muskura Bhi Den To Ansu Nikal Aate Hain

 

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Dekha Na Jayega :

Muddat Hui Hai Aap Ne Dekha Nahin Humen
Muddat Ke Bad Aap Se Dekha Na Jyega

 

A Brief History of Urdu Poetry

Urdu Poetry is a rich convention of verse and has a wide range of structures. Today, it is a significant piece of the way of life of South Asia. As per Naseer Turabi there are five significant artists of Urdu which are Mir Taqi Mir, Mirza Ghalib, Mir Anees, Allama Iqbal and Josh Malihabadi.

The language of Urdu arrived at its apex under the British Raj, and it got official status. Every celebrated essayist of Urdu language including Ghalib and Iqbal were given British grants. Following the Partition of India in 1947, it discovered significant artists and researchers were isolated along the nationalistic lines. Be that as it may, Urdu verse is loved in both the countries. Both the Muslims and Hindus from over the outskirt proceed with the convention.

It is on a very basic level performative Poetry and its presentation, now and again offhand, is held in Mushairas (wonderful compositions). Despite the fact that its tarannum saaz (singing perspective) has experienced significant changes in late decades, its ubiquity among the majority stays unaltered. Mushairas are today held in metropolitan zones overall in view of the social impact of South Asian diaspora. Ghazal singing and Qawwali are additionally significant explanatory types of Urdu verse.

We Can Sum Up it in the Accompanying Meanings of Poetry

1. The outflow of the heart, human experience, emotions and considerations.

2. Expressing realities in suitable words.

3. A depiction of life composed with creative mind and feeling.

4. The most famous sort of writing.

5. The wellspring to progress, constitution and various expressions and artworks.

6. The mixture of all information and art. q A component of shock to us.

7. A workmanship through which a writer can energize the feelings and sentiments of others.

8. Expressing a common occasion in a compelling, heart-taking style of composing that makes a sharp response in the heart and brain of the peruser.

It is a Combination of Natural Beautiful Articulation

Poetry is all inclusive as each language expressed by humankind has in it some beautiful components. Strangely, however dialects vary essentially in the way of articulation, the nature of beautiful articulation stays regular showing that Poetry is all the more a human marvel as opposed to linguistic articulation. From articulation of affection for a lady to rebel against a system, Poetry conveys in it a component of nuance and suddenness—something made by the environs of the writer.

To comprehend an extraordinary writer, in this manner, we should initially investigate his brain and his attention to the milieu outside. Since Ghalib, without a doubt the best artist of Urdu language, communicated fundamentally through his works of adoration pieces, it is basic that we analyze the craft of affection poems, the language they are written in, and the environs that incited these compositions to see how Ghalib turned into an ace of this class.

In this section we will look at the underlying foundations of Urdu language, Urdu Poetry and especially the class of adoration works, ghazals, in Urdu. The accompanying part will look at the life and works of Ghalib and the third section will offer an expansive perspective on Ghalib’s craft of articulation in affection pieces, the ghazals.

Urdu Poetry of the Indian Subcontinent

Urdu, actually signifying “camp” in Turkish, is a blend of numerous tongues and dialects. Muslims carried a wide range of dialects to India, and weakened India’s dialects openly with words from their own. At the point when Delhi was the seat of the Muslim Empire in the late twelfth century, the dialects around Delhi, for the most part Brij Bhasha and Sauraseni turned out to be vigorously blended in with Persian, the most widely used language of the Muslim rulers.

Different dialects that discovered their way into the dialects of India were Turkish, Arabic and later English. Though a significant part of the jargon of the first dialects (Sauraseni, for instance) changed, the fundamental language structure stayed unblemished.

In the thirteenth century, the language of India turned out to be generally known as Hindvi, Hindi, and Brij Bhasha and was written in the first devanagri content [the Sanskrit script]. The name gUrdug was given to this flourishing language of the area in the time of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan (1627-1658).

The language was acquainted with the southern area of India, Hyderabad Deccan, by the armed forces and devotees of the Tughlaq and Khilji rulers in the fourteenth century. Influenced by the tongues of the South, the language got known as Deccani (after Hyderabad Deccan), having received the Persian content and supplanted Persian in workplaces as the official language.

Since the language was written in the devanagri content for a long while around Delhi, it had been incorrectly accepted that the principal Urdu writer was Amir Khusro (1253-1325) from the Deccan. The truth of the matter is numerous artists up in the North had just been composing Urdu verse, specifically Kabir Das, Mira Bai, Guru Nanak, Malik Mohammad Jaisi and Abdul Rahim Khan Khanan, who lived a lot sooner than Amir Khusro.

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