OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Selected Poetry of Vali

ISBN : 9780195478600

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著者: 
Vali Deccani; Zafar Iqbal
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64 ページ
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120 x 181 mm
刊行日
2010年07月
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Seventeenth century was proved to be the starting point of the blossoming era of the Urdu poetry. Vali (1667-1707) was the most prominent north Indian Urdu poet of that era. He forms a link between the Deccani poets who wrote in the southern dialect, and the poets of Delhi, who wrote in the northern dialect, which was more Persianised. Vali's poetry gave thus the spur to other poets of Delhi. His Divan became the trendsetter for other poets. Most of his poetry consists of Ghazals but his Divan also includes Rubai, Naat, Mukhammis etc. He represented the dying culture of Mughal civilization. He was the first Urdu poet who stylistically mixed Persian with Hindi in his poetry. His most favourite themes were mystical and earthly love. He is also known as the architect of the modern poetic language which is the blend of Persian and Hindi vocabulary.

目次: 

INTRODUCTION
GHAZALS
MASNAVI

著者について: 

Vali Deccani was a famous Urdu poet, who was born as Vali-ullah at Aurangabad in 1667. He belongs to the family of Gujrat's famous sufi saint Shah Wajeeh-ud-Din Gujrati. He loved travelling, his visit to Delhi proved momentous. He died in Ahmedabad in 1707. ; Prof Dr Zafar Iqbal has an MA and PhD from the University of Karachi. He is the professor and chairman of Department of Urdu, University of Karachi and an eminent critic of Urdu literature with experience of editing texts of earlier poets directly from manuscripts. More than 35 of his research articles have been published in national and international research journals. He is the author of 5 books.

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