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Kulliyat Bulleh Shah. byDr. Faqir Muhammad Faqir. Topics Punjabi, Punjabi poetry, Bulleh Shah, Punjabi literature, Panjabi. Collection. Urdu Poetry books of Bulleh Shah بلھے شاہ کی کتابیں - Read poetry of Bulleh Shah by Free download of PDF format of Bulleh Shah books is also available. Undoubtedly, Hazrat Baba Bulleh Shah is the “King of Sufi poetry”. A humanist, Sufi poet, philosopher, teacher, rebel, and internationalist, Baba Bulleh Shah.
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Kalam Hazrat Baba Bulleh Shah By Samiullah Barkat containing the punjabi . Lazzat un Nisa Free Pdf Books, Free Books Online, Urdu Novels, History Books. Syed Abdullah Shah Qadri (Shahmukhi), ਸਈਅਦ ਅਬਦੁੱਲਾ ਸ਼ਾਹ ਕਾਦਰੀ ( Gurmukhi); Bulleh Shah lived after the Pashto Sufi poet Rahman Baba (– ) and Amongst Urdu poets, Bulleh Shah lived miles away from Mir Taqi Mir (–) of Agra. . Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Bulleh Shah Kehnde Ne is a Punjabi Poetry book contain Punjabi classical and traditional poetry of the famous Sufi elder Syed Abdullah Shah Qadri well known as Baba Bulleh Shah a great Punjabi Sufi poet, philosopher and humanist. Bulleh Shah Kehnde Ne book is now available on.
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List of sufis Notable early Notable modern Singers. Part of a series on the. And he finished the Kafi by saying that, in the end, the soil goes back to soil and he thus dismisses the metaphysical concepts of life hereafter. Within the confines of "dictations from the Supreme" or history, real knowledge leads one to relate to humanity, nature and the universe.
This goal can be achieved only through first surrendering your ego in front of your Murshid and fall in deep love with this relationship: Bulleh Shah's choice of an Arain preceptor-Arains are considered much lower in the caste trajectory of the subcontinent- must have been taken as degrading for the family. There is a verse in which his family women shame him for taking an Arain as his Guru: For Bulleh Shah taking an Arain as his Murshid was an act of declassing, or surrendering his ego and negating the ingrained caste system.
He was probably the only classical Punjabi who openly expressed ishq love for his Guru. Inayat Qadri's alienation with Bulleh Shah is a much-talked-about myth in which it is claimed that he had to learn dancing and went back to his Murshid dancing in female attire.
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The cue of this myth is taken from Bulleh's famous Kafi: This is a nice and beautiful story about performing arts professionals but most probably Bulleh Shah wrote this Kafi in a trance of several Persian Ghazals that were favorites among Chishti-Qadria circles. Ghazals written by Usman Harooni, guru of Moeen-ud-Din Chishti Ajmairi founder of the Chishtia order in India which was written about six centuries before Bulleh Shah was born, is almost identical. Bulleh Shah gave a unique indigenous color and flavor to Harooni's Persian ghazal, which opens with the verses: The rift between Bulleh Shah and Inayat Qadri has been a topic of discussion in their admirers' circles.
Scrutinizing several sources, it looks more probable that Inayat Qadri's son-in-law visited Bulleh Shah in Kasur and later could not give him proper attention because he was busy making arrangements for the wedding of his teacher's daughter. Inayat Qadri's son-in-law complained that Bulleh Shah did not do properly host the guests because he considered himself better than the Arains visiting him. It is likely that upon hearing his, Inayat Qadri got upset and started keeping Bulleh Shah at a distance.
Feeling the pain of this Bulleh Shah referred to it in his Kafi: He spent his early life in Aurangzeb's era. Muazzam did the same to his two brothers and their families that Aurangzeb had done to his own siblings. Muazzam's mother was a Hindu Rajput: It is also interesting that Bahadur Shah I was diametrically opposed to his father's Sunni faith: One can see the weirdness of the ruling Mughal family's genealogy and religious variations under which people had to survive.
Bahadur Shah made peace with the rising Sikh movement but his reign lasted only four years and the latter resumed guerilla war during Bulleh Shah's life. Apparently, Punjab was in turmoil due to Sikh incursions and frequent invasions of Ahmad Shah Abdali which made this verse popular: Bulleh Shah lamented the destruction of Punjab by saying that " Bura haal hoia Punjab da The 18th century was one of the most troubled times in Punjab: However, this was the period in which the greatest literature of Punjabi, Sindhi, and Urdu was created.
However, instead of reflecting the gloom of the declining Persian aristocracy that was visible in Urdu poetry of the time, Bulleh Shah is upbeat as we see in his Kafi: Available collections of Bulleh Shah's poetry are tainted by Kafis and verses which do not seem to be his own.
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There were probably many other poets, devotees, and singers who put their own creations under his name. Several Kafis are totally based on Shah Hussain's verses with little alteration or addition.
And, it is obvious that a poet of Bulleh Shah's calibre would never plagiarize another poet. Some Kafis are so repetitive and carry religious themes which are more likely written by a lower-level poet.