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The Moghul emperor, who faced a lot of torture by British regime, and spent many years of his life in prisons, was a great poet of his times. He was influenced by Sauda, Meer and Insha, eminent poets of those times.
His poetry depicts the agony and mental tortures he had to face in prisons. Get A Copy. More Details Original Title. Poetry of Bahadur Shah Zafar: Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. He has never tasted wine, nor has he ever gambled; he has not been beaten with slippers by lovers, nor has he ever seen the inside of a jail.
He died in Delhi on 15 February The Emperor also added to it the additional title of "Najm-ud-daula".
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He also received the title of 'Mirza Nosha' from the Emperor, thus adding Mirza as his first name. He was also an important courtier of the royal court of the Emperor. As the Emperor was himself a poet, Mirza Ghalib was appointed as his poet tutor in He was also appointed by the Emperor as the royal historian of Mughal Court.
Being a member of declining Mughal nobility and old landed aristocracy, he never worked for a livelihood, lived on either royal patronage of Mughal Emperors, credit or the generosity of his friends. His fame came to him posthumously.
He had himself remarked during his lifetime that he would be recognized by later generations. After the decline of the Mughal Empire and the rise of the British Raj , despite his many attempts, Ghalib could never get the full pension restored. Ghalib started composing poetry at the age of His first language was Urdu, but Persian and Turkish were also spoken at home. He received an education in Persian and Arabic at a young age.
Ghalib wrote in Perso-Arabic script which is used to write modern Urdu, but often called his language " Hindi "; one of his works was titled Ode-e-Hindi "Perfume of Hindi". When Ghalib was in his early teens, [ timeframe? Although Ghalib himself was far prouder of his poetic achievements in Persian ,  he is today more famous for his Urdu ghazal s. Numerous elucidations of Ghalib's ghazal compilations have been written by Urdu scholars.
Before Ghalib, the ghazal was primarily an expression of anguished love; but Ghalib expressed philosophy, the travails and mysteries of life and wrote ghazals on many other subjects, vastly expanding the scope of the ghazal. In keeping with the conventions of the classical ghazal , in most of Ghalib's verses, the identity and the gender of the beloved is indeterminate.
Love poetry in Urdu from the last quarter of the seventeenth century onwards consists mostly of "poems about love" and not "love poems" in the Western sense of the term.
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It contains complete Roman transliteration, explication and an extensive lexicon. Mirza Ghalib was a gifted letter writer. His letters gave foundation to easy and popular Urdu. Before Ghalib, letter writing in Urdu was highly ornamental.
He made his letters "talk" by using words and sentences as if he were conversing with the reader. According to him Sau kos se ba-zaban-e-qalam baatein kiya karo aur hijr mein visaal ke maze liya karo from a hundred of miles talk with the tongue of the pen and enjoy the joy of meeting even when you are separated.
His letters were very informal; sometimes he would just write the name of the person and start the letter. He was very humorous and wrote very interesting letters.
In one letter he wrote, "Main koshish karta hoon ke koi aisi baat likhoon jo padhe khush ho jaaye'" I want to write lines such that whoever reads them would enjoy them.
Some scholars say that Ghalib would have the same place in Urdu literature on the basis of his letters only. Ghalib was a chronicler of a turbulent period. The havelis mansions of his friends were razed to the ground.
Ghalib wrote that Delhi had become a desert. Water was scarce.
Delhi was "a military camp". It was the end of the feudal elite to which Ghalib had belonged. He wrote:. Were this all! The future will show What more remains for me to see.
His original Takhallus pen-name was Asad , drawn from his given name, Asadullah Khan. At some point early in his poetic career he also decided to adopt the pen-name of Ghalib meaning all conquering, superior, most excellent. At some places in his poetry Ghalib also used the pen name of Asad Ullah Khan.
Ghalib practically reprimanded Syed Ahmad Khan for wasting his talents and time on dead things. This poem is often referred to but had never been translated into English. Shamsur Rahman Faruqi wrote an English translation. The eye began to see, the arm found strength That which was wrapped in ancient clothes, now put on a new dress. This is the people that owns the right to Laws and Rules None knows to rule a land better than they, Sometimes the vapour takes the boat down the sea Sometimes the vapour brings down the sky to the plains.
Before the Laws and Rules that the times now have All others have become things of yesteryears, When one sees such a treasure house of gems Why should one glean corn from that other harvest? The Rule of silence pleases my heart, Ghalib You spoke well doubtless, not speaking is well too. Here in this world your creed is to worship all the Prophet's children, Go past praising, your Law asks you to pray: The poem was unexpected, but it came at a time when Syed Ahmad Khan's thought and feelings were already inclining toward change.
Ghalib seemed to be acutely aware of a European[English]-sponsored change in world polity, especially Indian polity. Syed Ahmad might well have been piqued at Ghalib's admonitions, but he would also have realized that Ghalib's reading of the situation, though not nuanced enough, was basically accurate. Syed Ahmad Khan may also have felt that he, being better informed about the English and the outside world, should have himself seen the change that now seemed to be just around the corner.
Ghalib placed a greater emphasis on seeking of God rather than ritualistic religious practices. Ghalib states:. For men who see, the Ka'aba is a compass, nothing more. Like many other Urdu poets, Ghalib was capable of writing profoundly religious poetry, yet was skeptical about some interpretations of the Islamic scriptures done by certain religious leaders.
He staunchly disdained the practices of certain Ulema , who in his poems represent narrow-mindedness and hypocrisy: In another verse directed towards certain maulavis clerics , he criticized them for their ignorance and arrogant certitude: The colonel, bemused at his appearance, inquired in broken Urdu, "Well? You Muslim? A large part of Ghalib's poetry focuses on the praise and veneration of Muhammad , which shows that Ghalib was a devout Muslim.
In his poem "Chiragh-i-Dair" The Lamp of Temple which was composed during his trip to Benares during the spring of , Ghalib mused about the land of Hindustan the Indian subcontinent and how Qiyamah Doomsday has failed to arrive, in spite of the numerous conflicts plaguing it. Who knew the secrets of whirling Time 'Sir you well perceive, That goodness and faith, Fidelity and love Have all departed from this sorry land.
Father and son are at each other's throat; Brother fights brother. Unity and Federation are undermined. Despite these ominous signs Why has not Doomsday come? After the Uprising of also known as the Sepoy Rebellion , the British exiled him to Rangoon, where he lived out his days. Much of his poetry laments loss and suffering and the mental pain of imprisonment.
He wrote geets , poems with a melodious haunting rhythm, but most of his prodigious output was in the lilting form of ghazals. Much of his work was lost in the chaos of , but his surviving ghazals were gathered into a collection in which the eloquence, Sufi mysticism, and fluent style that characterize his work are evident.
In this edition, potentially unfamiliar Urdu language is explained in Farsi and Arabic terms. Poetry; Urdu poetry. Poesia; Poesia urdu. Government College University Lahore. Universidade do Governo de Lahore.
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He became the successor to his father, Akbar II with his death on 28 September Ghalib's character lacked subtlety and he was shown philandering with the courtesan, Chaudvin, famously played by Punjabi singer Madan Bala Sandhu.
They also refer to many contemporaries like Mir Mehdi Majrooh, who himself was a good poet and Ghalib's lifelong acquaintance.
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It was the end of the feudal elite to which Ghalib had belonged. Kulliyat-i-Zafar Ali Khan: collected poetical works. Abidi said that study of Ghalib would be incomplete without his Persian poetry. Before the Laws and Rules that the times now have All others have become things of yesteryears, In October, his condition detoriated.