Mirza Ghalib

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Manan Kapoor
Mirza Ghalib is a household name in the Indian subcontinent—a figure who is synonymous with Persian and Urdu poetry. The timeless nature of his verses and the universality of his themes have resulted in his works transcending borders and languages. Thanks to translations of Ghalib's ghazals to…
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Aamer Hussein
  A literary memoir on the raptures of discovering Urdu literature, this lyrical essay is the Pakistani-born, London-based writer’s eloquent and poignant testament of the mysterious and plural ways in which reading shapes one’s creative writing. The essay mentions the range of narrative techniques…
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Md. Wahajuddin
har ek baat pe kahate ho tum ki tu kya hai  tumhin kaho ke ye andaaz-e-guftugu kya hai    na shole men ye karishma na barq men ye ada  koi batao ki vo shokh-e-tund-khu kya hai    ye rashk hai ki vo hota hai ham-sukhan tum se  vagarna khauf-e-bad-amozi-e-adu kya hai    chipak raha hai badan par lahu…
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Siddiqua Yasmeen
ye naa thi hamaari qismat ke visaal-e-yaar hota agar aur jiite rahte, yahi intazaar hota   tere vaade par jiye hum to ye jaan jhuuth jaana ki khushi se mar na jaate, agar e’tibaar hota   teri naazuki se jaana ke bandha tha ahd boda kabhii tu na tod sakta, agar ustuvar hota   koi mere dil se puchhe…
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Dr.Kausar Mazhari
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