Diwan-e-Ghalib is a famous poetry book written by the famous Persian and Urdu poet Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib. It is a collection of the Ghazals of Ghalib. Complete Urdu poetry of famous Urdu poet Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib in urdu text (deewan-ghalib by urduweb). Any urdu word can be searched in poetry. “Deewan-e-Ghalib” – a famous poetry collection by the greatest Urdu poet Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib. Ghalib, a classical Urdu and Persian poet, was one of.

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Those who can read Urdu script should, if they haven’t already read Ghalib, make their way to him quickly deewan-e-gjalib read slowly, savouring the I read this years ago and have since been in complete awe of Ghalib. You will be disappointed if you are going to compare with modern poets.

A must-read for anyone who loves good poetry. Jul 20, Rizwan Ahmed Khan Zcharf rated it it was amazing.

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His poetry is beyond words. His hard life, in having children. Return to Book Page.

Deewan E Ghalib

Remember most if it by hear now. I red it almost 15 times in last 20 years and still reading it again and again The “Khayal”, imagination on its peak. A plus point of this collection is that it has a poem-by-poem glossary of the Farsi words used, deewan-e-ghaliib unintelligible to most of us. Its Ghalib, what more can one say or needs to say, except in his words: Want eeewan-e-ghalib Read saving….


Aug 19, Omar Farooq rated it liked it. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This is one of the greates collection of poetry of the world. Mind you, that does not mean that his poetry is simple! Is it only published in pocket size?

About Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. So being a big fan of the ghazal form and Jagjit Singh I had to take up the entire Diwan-e-Ghalib and this was my first attempt at that. The selection of words and phrases with the mixture of Urdu grammar is marvelous. Nov 20, Dawood Rizwan rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Reading him requires a certain mastery of the Urdu of the 19th century, for Ghalib’s style is characterised by an early difficult phase, tough to decipher on the level of language as well as thought.

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Why the hell don’t people write so well, compose so well, and sing so well now? In the poet’s own words: During his lifetime the Mughals were eclipsed and f Mirza Ghalib Urdu: He can convey a lot in merely two lines of poetry. A critical introd The best of Mirza Ghalib, one of the greatest Urdu poets, is presented in this compendium. Ghalib on himself in Devnagri script below is perhaps the best way to sum up this extraordinary poet: Ghalib today uedu popular not only in India and Pakistan but also amongst diaspora communities around the world.


Devoid of melodrama, he is still capable of making the reader pine – and ah, so flawless his execution, so heart-rending his poetry! Although most of his poetry surrounds beauty of women.

Ghalib’s sensual poetry made sharper by wit and peppered by sarcasm make it a memorable, cherished read. Dec 30, Kamran Khan rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Even though he wrote in the 19th century, his thoughts are usually much easy to comprehend than some of the other popular Urdu poets. And since the first time I listened to those I have been in a perpetual lifelong loop of listening to Ghalib’s deewaj-e-ghalib sung by Jagjit Singh. Mar 18, Mushir Rocker rated it it was amazing.

For me his Divan is like a Quran. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

In the end there’s insightful commentary of Frances Pritchett. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Of course, I was already familiar with many of the ghazals since my school days.