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A participating member of Indian Parliament, other poets accompanying Akhtar on the night included Shakil Jamali, Tahir Faraz, Afzal Manglori, Nomaan Siddiqui, Mukhtar Yusufi, Jalees Sherwani, Dr S A Wasti, Sundar Maleganvi, Shakeel Shamsi and
The life and works of poets by Intizar Husain Baidar Bakht is known to us mainly as a translator of Urdu poetry into English. But he also writes about the poets he translates and provides his readership a full introduction to them. Bakht has now
the borders of language The writer is assistant professor of Urdu and South Asian literature at the University of Virginia. Her edited volume on Ahmed Ali, The Two Sided Canvas: Perspectives on Ahmed Ali , is forthcoming from Oxford University
Website to help non-Urdu speakers enjoy the fascinating world of Urdu poetry Urdu is not my mother-tongue but the language of my heart because Urdu poetry embeds every emotion in it, said Sanjiv Saraf, the patron and supervisor of the team that
They not only have literary merit but are also relevant in the current political and social context...His two previous collections, Shaffafian (Transparencies) and Hum Aag Churatay Hain (We Steal Fire), were both critically acclaimed...In this, Ahmed
A play depicting the life of Faiz Ahmad Faiz through his verses provided thrilling fare for theatre goers It was a most thrilling evening in the theatre, an evening celebrating the poetry of Faiz Ahmad Faiz, one of the most outstanding Urdu poets.
November 5, 2012 Hyderabadi poets enthralled the audience with both serious and hilarious verses on the elixir of life, senior poet Yousuf Ravish set the ball rolling It was a mushaira' but romance was not in the air. The poets did not sing paeans to
Looking for Miraji Title cover of the first edition of Miraji's Is Nazm Main, published by Shahid Ahmed Dehlavi, Saqi Book Depot, Delhi Courtesy: Asif Farrukhi ON the literary horizons of Urdu, Miraji is a heavenly body that is not readily visible.
Sojourns Miraji Dawn Library Miraji was a consummate poet of the streets, someone whose life was made replete through the journeys he took. Mehr Farooqi's eloquent portrait in the pages of this newspaper brings him to life as a sadhu, mala in hand,
April 2, 2012 To commemorate the14 edition of its international mushaira , the Jashn-e-Bahar Trust will host a grand cultural event celebrating the best of contemporary Urdu poetry at Delhi Public School in Mathura Road here on April 6. The main