ایک مسلسل / Ek Musalsal

ایک مسلسل / Ek Musalsal By Munir Niazi, Ek Musalsal A collection of Munir Niazi s free verse ghazals and short poems
  • Title: ایک مسلسل / Ek Musalsal
  • Author: Munir Niazi
  • ISBN: 9789694963198
  • Page: 345
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  • ایک مسلسل / Ek Musalsal By Munir Niazi, A collection of Munir Niazi s free verse, ghazals, and short poems.
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    1. Munir Niazi

      Munir Niazi 1928 2006 was an Urdu and Punjabi poet He used to call himself Punjabi as Punjabi definition is cultural and geographical and most of his poetry also reflected the culture of Punjab He was born in Khanpur on 9 April 1928, a village near Hoshiarpur Punjab, India He was initially educated at Khanpur and after the independence of Pakistan in 1947 he migrated and settled in Sahiwal, where he passed his matriculation He earned an intermediate degree from S.E College, Bahawalpur and a B.A from Dayal Singh College, Lahore, Pakistan.Munir Niazi launched a weekly, Seven Colours, from Sahiwal in 1949 He wrote numerous songs for films and made his name as the foremost movie song writer of Pakistan He also wrote for newspapers, magazines and radio In 1960 he established a publication institute, Al Misal He was later associated with Lahore Television and lived in Lahore till his death Taiz Hawa Aur Tanha Phool, Jungle mein Dhanak, Dushmanoon Kai Darmiyan Sham and Mah e Munir are some of his Urdu publications In Punjabi he has published Safar di Raat, Char Chup Cheezan and Rasta Dasan Walay Tarey His effective imagery conveys pictures in few words He has experimented with poetic forms and has tried to create a new style, rhythm and diction in Urdu poetry Innocence, mythology, nostalgia, dreams, eroticism, and romance are some of his most common themes Selected English translations of Munir Niazi s poetical works were edited by Suhail Safdar and published in 1996.

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    1. view spoiler TransliterationZindagi jabr e musalsal ki tarah kati haiJanay kis jurm ke payi hai saza yaad nahi hide spoiler The beggar poet Saghar Siddiqui had called life a continuum of pain born of the compulsion of being Munir Niazi extends and casts this continuum this one continuity ek musalsal onto the spatial and ecological dimensions of life whose comprehension takes a toll on the poet so that he feels like an integrated yet alienated part of the whole, someone who is satisfied like an u [...]


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