Mirza Ghalib Poetry in Urdu
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Mirza Ghalib Poetry in Urdu

Mirza Ghalib Poetry in Urdu

Poetry in Urdu :

Ye Na Thi Hamari Qismat Ke Wisaal e Yaar Hota

Agar Aur Jeetey Rehtey Yehi Intezar Hota

Ye Masael e Tsawwuf Ye Tera Bayan Ghalib

Tujhey Hum Wali Samajhtey Jo Na Baada Kuwar Hota


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Short Poetry :

Roz Dhalta Hua Suraj Mujhse Ye Kehta Hai
Aaj Usko Bichrey Huye Ik Aur Din Guzar Gaya!


Urdu Poetry Sad

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Dilon Men Nafraten :

Log Dilon Men Nafraten Lekar
Kis Qadar Sadgi Se Milte Hain!


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Waris Shah Poetry

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Punjabi Shayari

Punjabi Shayari :

Waqat Aaukhe Saukhe Lang Jaande
Gallan Yad Sajnan Diyan Rendiyan Ni
Jadon Malak-al-Maut Aa Pawe Phera
Mehendiyan Hathan Te Lagi Reh Wendiyan Ni
Waris Shah Maan Pay Odon Yad Aawan
Jadon Gal Museebtan Pendiyan Ni


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Meri Khatir :

Main Ik Phool Hoon Ujri Hui Baharon Ka
Na Jane Kyun Meri Khatir Machal Gaya Koi!!


Mirza Ghalib Poetry in Urdu

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Short Lines

Short Lines :

Her Aik Bat Pey Kehtey Ho Tum Ke Tu Kya Hai

Tumhi Kaho Ke Ye Andaaz e Gufutugu Kya Hai

Na Sholey Men Ye Karishma Na Barq Men Ye Adaa

Koi Batao Ke Wo Shokh Tand Khoo Kya Hai


Mirza Ghalib

Ghalib or Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan was born in 1797 from Agra, India into a family of Turkic and Kashmiri ancestry. Much is known about his lifetime although he had been fiscally comfortable, he needed to face several personal tragedies, in the premature departure of family members, into the reduction of his eponymous names and patronage later 1857.

Over the duration of his lifetime, he wrote many poems which have gained enormous popularity after his departure, the majority of which are observed in Deewan-e-Ghalib (Works of Ghalib). Together with his poetry, Ghalib can be famed because of his letters, which most concur have aided Urdu‘s transition out of a rigid, court speech to an available, regular vernacular.

Ghalib‘s age marked a huge change in India’s zeitgeist; the Mughal Empire was on its last legs, and the British started to officially carry over India. For the regular individuals, this huge change created a mentally tough period, full of doubts, controversies, rust and aspire for a better future under the reign of those alien invaders by a entirely different culture and which was in another stage of evolution and had experienced industrialization.



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