AAGA Musaddas (Marsia) by Shaer e Inquilab Josh Malihabadi. Other Musaddas by Josh Malihabadi: Aawaz-aey-haq / Azmate-Insan. Josh Malihabadi (Urdu: جوش ملیح آبادی ) (born as Shabbir Hasan Khan; شبیر حسن خان) (5 December – 22 February ) was a Pakistani poet. He was an. Marsiya Josh Malihabadi Hussain Aur Inqilab – Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online.
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He is considered top in the list of Urdu literature who uses thousands of high sounding rich words in his poetry. He was a master in Urdu Language.
Josh always challenged the established order and stood for liberal values. Josh was loud, brave who never compromised on principles. He wrote overbeautiful couplets and more than 1, rubaiyat in his lifetime. He received early education in Arabic, Persian, Urdu and English at his home. Subsequently, he studied Arabic and Persian and, inspent six months at Tagore’s university at Shantiniketan. The death of his father, Bashir Ahmed Khan, inprevented him malihabavi undertaking a college education.
His family had a long tradition of producing men of letters. InJosh started to supervise translation work at Osmania University in the princely state of Hyderabad. However, his stay there ended when he found himself exiled for writing a nazm against the Nizam of Hyderabadthe then ruler of the state. Soon thereafter, he founded the magazine Kaleem literally, “speaker” in Urduin which he wrote articles in favour of independence from the British Raj in India.
Subsequently, he became more actively involved in the freedom struggle albeit, in an intellectual capacity and became close to some of the political leaders of that era, especially Jawaharlal Nehru later to be the first Prime Minister of independent India.
Josh migrated to Pakistan in – despite Jawaharlal Nehru’s insistence against it – over what is generally believed to be his concern regarding the future of Josh and Urdu language in India where he thought the Hindu majority would encourage the use of Hindi rather than Urdu.
He remained in Pakistan until he died on 22 February in Islamabad. Josh Malihabadi’s granddaughter Tabassum Akhlaq has carried over the legacy of his poetry.
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The Josh Memorial Committee was formed in by Tabassum Akhlaq and she is the current chairperson. The committee organises seminars on Josh Malihabadi’s personality, history and literary work. These seminars are usually held on his birthday and death anniversary on 5 December and 22 February respectively. On malihabasi advice of film director W.
Ahmed, Malihabadi also wrote songs for Shalimar Pictures.
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