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All Poetry Books of A Legend Jaun Elia available now in only one App. This app is very useful for urdu poetry lovers.. "Kulliyat E jaun Elia" is an app developed. The book Guman pdf contains the poems, stanzas, and ghazals of Jaun Elia. It is not a traditional poetry book, but it is quality work. Jaun Elia. Book Name: Shayad by Jaun Elia Writer: Jaun Elia Description: The book Shayad by Jaun Elia Pdf is a poetry work of great Urdu writer, Jaun Elia. He was a.

His father, Allama Shafiq Hasan Elia, was deeply involved in art and literature and also an astrologer and a poet.

This literary environment modeled him along the same lines, and he wrote his first Urdu couplet when he was just 8. Jaun was very sensitive in his early teen age. His preoccupations in those days were his imaginary beloved character, Sophia, and his anger at the English occupiers of India.

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He used to do dramatic presentations of the early Muslim period, and hence his knowledge of Muslim history was recognized by many. According to him, his early poetry reflected the dialogue nature of stage drama.

He could learn them effortlessly. Apart from Arabic and Persian that he had learnt at the Madressah, he acquired great proficiency in English and a smattering of Hebrew. Being a Communist, Elia was averse to the idea, but finally accepted it as a compromise.

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Elia migrated to Pakistan in , and made Karachi his home. The Islamic devil, of whom I have written and spoken about in others forums as well has been a source of incredible and at times remarkable creativity. The poor devil in Islam unlike the genesis account has no free will what soever. He more than anyone else awaits tragically for the end of time, so that things can be sorted once again between him and his beloved God, between whom there seems to be a love hate relationship in the Quranic genesis account atleast.

This complex relationship is the backdrop to unveiling the hidden mysteries of the Ramooz poems. In taking the position of the 'the missionary of the revered ignorance' Elia simultaneously speaks on behalf of the metaphysical character Shaitain and the physical genealogy of his own blood line belonging to the tribe of Quraysh. The tribe which notably also gave birth to Muhammad, the founder of Islam, and made life difficult for him.

I would like to argue that the emotions of resentment make us human and distinguish the human animal from non-human animals.

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Elia I suggest would not disagree. As he begins his hope tablet with the verse, I have nothing other than reproach and hate.

No solace is allowed by him. To make aware our complicity of crimes against the working classes and the promotion of common human misery is his self-proclaimed mission.

He writes, what is the relation between the disturbance of lips and the eardrum the one who speaks is a performer, the one who listens is selfish and therefore, I perform tonight for your knowledge thirsty selfish ears as Elia proclaims. This anti-theist communist whose existence on this planet could only be justified by lending an ear to the Universe and on behalf of it.

The universe for Elia was a sonic, visual and temporal experience. Space-time experienced thus by this 20th century poet describes the feeling of the romantic universe between its sonic and visual aspects.

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I am tired, from one extremity to the other I am very tired every direction is the sight of light's journey and entropy entropy is the intoxication of travel and I am overflowing in my emaciation light's outspokenness is dumb all of light's desire for hearing is deaf and in this deafness is silence a silence in which there lies darkness of sounds in the silence of darkness, in silence's blindness and in darkness light's mad and empty speeds strokes it's own knees and it's knees give way before the face of the unseen The sonic and visual are interlaced thus in romantic tension in Elia's poem.

He is subjectively always already present in the midst of this feeling sonic-visual universe. Otherwise, he remained forced by his poetic disposition and poverty to live a rather careless embodied existence. In his attempt to describe his physical illness to his doctor he explained once imagine the stomach is a house, yesterday night the roof of the house caved in or if this was not sufficient for narrating his physical pain of gastritis he explained further imagine the stomach is a donkey, the donkey has been rubbing itself in the mud all night His purpose, in the Ramooz is beyond the merely metaphyical however.

He narrates the voice of the eternal martyr who is being dying a million deaths at the hands of the oppressors of each era. Coffin Tablet my purpose is firm through every trial and tribulation between eternity and circles my flag is flying open this is me, whose procession is proceeding through the stages of centuries this is my coffin being carried through nations do you know that my chest is wounded!

Jaun Elia was agnostic.

Elia was not just a poet but was also an editor and a translator, especially of old Sufi , Mutazili and Ismaili treatises. Above are some of his translations from Arabic and Persian.

Not only did he translate these books but also introduced several new words in Urdu language. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Jaun Elia. The Wire. Retrieved The Express Tribune.

The Tribune , India. Retrieved 26 March He felt, perhaps with reason, that he had squandered his talent. He was the brother of renowned journalist and psychoanalyst Rais Amrohvi and journalist and world-renowned philosopher Syed Muhammad Taqi, and husband of famous columnist Zahida Hina.

The tribe which notably also gave birth to Muhammad, the founder of Islam, and made life difficult for him. Unable to find the ideal eventually, he became angry and frustrated. Book Name: One of the most prominent modern Pakistani poets, popular for his unconventional ways, [2] he "acquired knowledge of philosophy, logic, Islamic history, the Muslim Sufi tradition, Muslim religious sciences, Western literature, and Kabbala.

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Not only did he translate these books but also introduced several new words in Urdu language. In his attempt to describe his physical illness to his doctor he explained once imagine the stomach is a house, yesterday night the roof of the house caved in or if this was not sufficient for narrating his physical pain of gastritis he explained further imagine the stomach is a donkey, the donkey has been rubbing itself in the mud all night His purpose, in the Ramooz is beyond the merely metaphyical however.

I would like to argue that the emotions of resentment make us human and distinguish the human animal from non-human animals.

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