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Naseer Turabi’s Poetry and “Poetry” by ktiab ghar

Naseer Turabi’s Poetry and “Poetry” by ktiab ghar Listen to the manifestations, in the revolt of possibilities

See the stature of Kaf and Nun, in the mirror of attributes

Whose universe is this? Whose claimant is this?

Who needs stability in a state of instability?

In the image of existence, color is colorless

The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes

Mindfulness to a certain extent

The path of the ear could not be stopped in the appointed path

These poems of praise are taken from Naseer Turabi’s collection ‘Larib’. This is an extraordinary collection. It is impossible to determine the limits of the ear in the mirror of attributes, but the same ear is covered in full praise. The words that Naseer Turabi has used in this collection from the beginning, such as ‘kitab ghar‘ on the title, have made it clear that this book ‘Larib’ contains poetry which is an expression of his devotion and faith.

The reader first realizes from the hymns that this book requires a very careful study, then in the oceans, themes, hymns, naats, manqabats and salams used in it, that dignity is literal which is necessary for politeness in the dialect.

Naseer Turabi’s access to Persian and Urdu, memorized poems in both languages ​​which he termed as ‘voice of eternity’ The level of comprehension, vocabulary and aesthetics at which he used to look and examine poetry is achieved after many studies.

Not only sound education but his alertness and dedication too are most required. If the linguist has a creative mind, then this ability shows the whole atmosphere in his art. I can give many examples of such poems from his ghazals but I am content with just a few poems. Just look at the first ghazal of ‘Aks Faryadi’.

Mian is burning in a heart attack

There is a mirror moving around

This soul is a dance of light in its circle

This body is a shadow and the shadow is fading

This is the blindfold of a circle of imagination

This is not the heart. The tornado is bouncing

To present the intensity of a continuous state of motion, to enchant the reader in its harmony and circulation of the state. Poetry is a masterpiece of language and expression. Naseer Turabi had chosen a difficult path for himself but this was the path that his contemporaries took advantage of.

What do you know, I don’t know, my chain is someone else

The one who hurts me is the one who escapes

Mrray was like the seasons, Murray was like Berg and Bar

But now there is a different way, but now there is someone else

This city is a city, so good for the broken heart

I hope someone else asks me

Naseer Turabi, in keeping with the classical traditions of Persian and Urdu ghazals, keeps in touch with the modern age in his speech. Most of his ghazals are continuous ghazals, especially look at his long battle ghazals which present new words and new aesthetics in each poem using the same mood and theme. The first situation is not the first horror

Maybe you are not used to Hajj

One of the cities is the city of the dead

Isn’t there an expansion in the hearts of the coaches?

Among the people, my people, those people of heart

The calf is not far away from the competition

An evening of wandering that evening

No more half-windows

One night in the dead of night

The courtyard no longer needs moonlight

 

Now I think it is necessary to mention Naseer Turabi who did in our time the work that teachers of poetry have been doing in the past, that is, the necessary training and teaching along with poetry that could enrich the new generation with rules and techniques. Poetry is a book written with full research and confidence, he also explained the reason for writing it, with which it is not possible to disagree. In the foreword to this book he writes:

“Urdu is not just a dialect but a linguistic university of different civilizations. The great certificate of this university is called literature. There is a definite need to keep the attachment of literature attached to the past and to send it from the present to the non-existent. This need keeps calling for help from time to time for its fulfillment. ”

Next, his two sentences are inviting us to a moment of reflection and also to the gratitude that should have been paid to Naseer Turabi for this work. He writes

“This effort is actually a desire to maintain a written relationship with poetry and prose products. Behind this aspiration is perhaps a longing for the revival of our lost literary civilization. Relying solely on poetry is like being kidnapped by anarchy. ”

 

Naseer Turabi, realizing the scientific and cultural requirements of his time, has played his part in the development and promotion of the language, which is a lifelong endeavor that should be passed on to the new generation. In particular, his book “Lughat-ul-Awam”, compiled with his entire research to be published in 2019, should be available in the classrooms in the field of linguistics. The preface of this book is also an inspiration of thought and action which is showing the way for further study. He writes;

The use of public words has a charismatic nature. It is as if public words have a proportion of beautification in the depths of meaning. The same public word can be either satire or humor due to fluctuations in tone. Most of the public words are used in informal conversations as well as in dialogues of dramas and films. Moreover, these words are very effective in the genre of satire and humor. Even in journalistic writing, public words are widely accepted. ”

Although the name of this book is ‘Lughat-ul-Awam’, while compiling it, Naseer Turabi has taken care of the features and presented the sanad with the poems.

The lions are mine, though

But I am talking to the people

There is no doubt that Naseer Turabi was one of the fortunate personalities of our time who inherited knowledge and literature, then his mind was always inclined towards serious study and research and creation. His sudden demise has done a great disservice to our literature

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kitab ghar novels says after the establishment of Pakistan, two types of literature were created and are still being created. The first type is those who have closed literary backgrounds, who have turned stories into fiction and kitab ghar novels, while the second type is those whose writers have been associated with public popularity, a common idea. That is, the stories of these creators do not meet the condition of pure literature, nor do literary critics accept stories as literature.

Literary critics believe that literary works do not meet such requirements. There must be some purpose behind every story. Literature written for entertainment alone cannot be encouraged. Literature written for the benefit of the public only for the sake of entertainment was called “digest literature” and was written, it is a different matter, its writers have been gaining popularity.Such writings and literature were also termed superficial literature. However, the writers of such stories made a wide circle of their readers. After the formation of Pakistan, one of the names that came to the fore regarding digests and folk tales was “Salma Kanwal“. Digest and novel readers in Urdu are well aware of his name.

Salma Kanwal’s kitab ghar novels began to gain popularity in the sixties, then the series continued to grow over time. She has written more than 40 kitab ghar novels in her long-term literary career, revolving around the main themes of stories, women’s identities and issues, which is why a large number of her readers were women. Razia Butt, a contemporary novelist of Nahi, also had a knack for writing such kitab ghar novels. It is no shame to say that there was a competition between these two women novelists to write stories on women, in which both of them competed. He wrote kitab ghar novels with energy and both were well received by female readers, and even a large circle of men admired his stories.

Salma Kanwal’s personal life was full of sorrows. After marriage, she received the gift of life in the form of a daughter, but at an early age she fell in love with God. This trauma was also very life threatening for her. Lived for many years. It was the bitterness that kept them at home. She died in Lahore in 2005. He resorted to reading and writing to make a living. He spent all his energy in this work, as a result of which his creations started gaining popularity.

He wrote more than forty kitab ghar novels, according to a conservative estimate, gaining immense popularity in his decades-long literary career. His kitab ghar novels have been published in Pakistan by Sangmail, Lahore. Films and plays have also been made on several of his kitab ghar novels. In some, he got credit, but there are also a number of projects in which his stories were named after someone else. A major reference to this is the drama “Pani Jaisa Pyar” aired on a private channel in 2011, the story of which was written by Salma Kanwal, but the female character of the channel famous for dramas wrote her name on it and aired it. done.The play was directed by Sarmad Sultan Khost and won the award for best play, but the name of the original author was ignored throughout the scene. In any case, two films were made in Pakistani cinema based on his two kitab ghar novels “Sneak Se Bihar Ajaye” and “Andalib”. Here, his first novel “Chapke Se Bihar Ajaye” has been selected, which was liked as a novel, but his story remained superhit even on the screen of the film.

The story of Salma Kanwal’s novel “Spring Comes Sticky” traditionally revolves around women like most of the stories in Digest. This is the story of two girls who are very close friends, one very poor and the other very rich. Both have good character, but the rich girl has a deadly disease, due to which the days of her life are numbered, her mother wants to give her all the joys of life, for which She does all kinds of things. The poor girl, on the other hand, is embracing all the joys of life, including the joys of traditionally engaged to her future husband in the form of love. At one point in the story, the poor girl is seduced and her fianc gets married to her wealthy friend, thinking that she will die in a short time, but the result is reversed. He falls in love with a rich but sick girl, then he is ready to name the rest of his life after her. Is done In Pakistani cinema, a film was made on this novel under the name of “Mehman“, which was directed and directed by Pervez Malik. Touched the hearts of the fans. Other cast members of the film include Najma, Meena Shoro, Nighat Sultana, Allauddin, Nayyar Sultana and Badi-ul-Zaman. The story was written by novelist Salma Kanwal, but the screenplay was written by director Pervez Malik, while the dialogues were written by renowned lyricist Masroor Anwar.

The music of the film was composed by renowned composer M. Ashraf, while the lyricists were also rejoicing. Among the singers, Naheed Akhtar, Mehnaz, Ahmed Rushdie and Ghulam Abbas evoked the magic of their voices. The film premiered in 1978 and was a huge success at the box office. This proves that if the story is good, it can be filmed very well. The popular Pakistani film “Mehman” based on Salma Kanwal’s novel “Chapke Se Bihar Ajaye” is a clear example of this. Our filmmakers should make good films using both traditional stories and pure literature to deal with the story crisis in Pakistani cinema and strengthen the film industry by making films based on good stories.