Kulliyat-e-Hasrat Mohani

A collection of most of the ghazals of Maulana Hasrat Mohani, comprising of 13 “Diwans” and more than 700 ghazals and other poetic work written during the period 1903 and1950.   [button color=”green” size=”big” link=”http://www.salamurdu.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Kuliyat-e-Mohani.pdf” ]Click Here To Download In PDF Format[/button]  

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About Hasrat Mohani

Maulana Hasrat Mohani was born in Mohan, U.P., India in 1881. His full name is Syed Fazlul Hasan Hasrat Mohani.He was a distinguished freedom fighter, a legendary parliamentarian, a revolutionary Muslim and the first activist to demand complete freedom from the British in 1921 from an All –India Congress Forum. As a renowned Urdu Poet he was an exponent of ‘Jadeed’ ghazal who rejuvenated the genre with fresh and simple images.Soon after his graduation, from Aligrah Muslim University, he launched the monthly “Urdu-e-Moalla”, a Literary-cum-political magazine.Lack of financing forced him…

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A Quote About Chiragh

He was born in 1904 in a village near Baramula, Kashmir. Chiragh Hasan Hasrat was a prolific satirist and journalist. Most of what he wrote had a streak of humor in it and he was perhaps more of a humorist than anything else. Chiragh Hasan Hasrat wrote 16 books. His humour drew upon current affairs but it is natural and his command over the Urdu language, his wit, metaphors and allusion made it a real treat for anybody who is well-read. Hasrat fell ill and died in Lahore on June…

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Hasrat Jaipuri

  Hasrat Jaipuri’s real name was Iqbal Husain. Till 1939, he lived in hometown Jaipur where he studied English till ‘medium level’ and then acquired his ‘taalim’ in Urdu and Persian from his learned grandfather, Fida Husain. He began writing verse as late as the age of 20, and around that time, he fell in love with a neighborhood girl called Radha. “Love knows no mazhab or dharam,” he told me. “It is not at all necessary that a Muslim boy must fall in love only with a Muslim girl.…

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