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साहिर लुध्यानवी की शायरी (Poems of Sahir Ludhianvi) ((Urdu Text – Roman & Hindi Transliteration – English Poetic Translation))

साहिर लुध्यानवी की शायरी (Poems of Sahir Ludhianvi) ((Urdu Text – Roman & Hindi Transliteration – English Poetic Translation))
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Item Code: IDL152
Author: Sahir Ludhianvi
Publisher: Star Publication
Language: (Urdu Text – Roman & Hindi Transliteration – English Poetic Translation)
Edition: 2008
ISBN: 8176500305
Pages: 280
Cover: Hardcover
Other Details: 8.9 inch X 4.5 inch
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Sahir Ludhianvi
Born 1922 in a rich landlord family in Punjab, Sahir was the only son to inherit all the fortunes of his father. But because of his father’s strain relations with his mother, he opted to Stay with his mother and leave those fortunes.

Sahir’s real name was Abdul Hai, and he had his education at Government College, Ludhiana. Because of his revolutionary writings, he was expelled from the college. His first collection of poems ‘Talkian’ was published in 1943, and that gave him a great fame, specially because of two poems ‘Taj Mahal’ and ‘Chakley (the Brothels) in the collection.

Sahir entered the film industry in Bombay in early fifties. He was not accepted there so easily by the conservative film producers. But when his first film ‘Bazi’ was released, his poetry was acknowledged with great admiration, and that gave him recognition. But real identity came in Gurudatt’s ‘Pyasa’ in which his poetry proved to be much stronger than even the story, and there started an era when Sahir would write for any film with his own dictats.

Sahir was a revolutionary and progressive poet, but fully dedicated to his own country India. During 1962 India-China War, he visited military camps, and wrote for the pride of the Army and the nation. His long poem “Parchhaiyan” (The shadows) is considered to be an anti-War document.

Sahir writing’s made Urdu poetry so popular that today all over the world Urdu poets and their works have such a large readership.

Sahir died on 25th October 1980 due to a Heart Attack.

About The Translator Khawaja Tariq Mahmood, born 1927 at Chakwal, graduated in engineering from the Punjab University in 1947. He was commissioned in January 1948 in the Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Pakistan Army, and retired as brigadier in 1979. He graduated from Staff College, Quetta in 1956, and from Royal Military College of Science, Shrivenham, U.K. in 1960-61. He took his law degree in 1977 from the Punjab University and Master’s degree in International Relations in 1985 from University of Southern California, U.S.A. He is at present living in Staines, Middlesex, U.K.

Index

Tribute From The Publisher:9
Transient Poet12
Taj Mahal16
Masterpiece24
Some Times28
Brothels36
This World44
Where are You52
Rainy Night56
That Dawn60
Why This War?68
Where To Go72
Beautiful Crossroads76
Eyes80
God is in High Heaven84
This Poor Heart88
United We Stand92
We Have Cried96
Your Picture100
Struggle104
This Land108
Crime of Love112
Language of Love116
Even Today120
Wish124
The Tears128
Let Me Reflect132
That Style136
Lets Weave Some Dreams140
I Think144
Alien Possession148
A Look152
Voice of Adam156
Fate160
Lustlessness164
My Songs Are For You168
The Suffocation172
Lyric176
Conservative180
Smile !184
Start Your Journey Afresh188
Heritage192
We Have Zest for Life196
Land200
Wait204
Woe !208
Failure212
I Am Alive216
Darkish Night220
Compromis224
Dusk228
At Noor Jehan Mausoleum232
My Lyrics236
Attention240
Shadows244

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