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Naim, trans. Twenty-Five Verses by Ghalib.
Calcutta: Writers Workshop Redbird Book, All the commentary from this volume has been included with the relevant verses. Calcutta: Redbird Book, Writers Workshop, NIAZI Sarfaraz K. Niazi, trans. Love Sonnets of Ghalib. Lahore: Ferozsons, A translation and commentary. Platts, John T. This dictionary is online through DSAL. Frances W. Berkeley: University of California Press, Online on the Univ.
Deewan E Ghalib by Mirza Ghalib
New York: Columbia University Press, An extended version is on this site. Pritchett, in association with S.
Faruqi, trans. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, A slightly corrected version of this work is online through DSAL , with page numbers linked to the original Urdu text. Pritchett and Khaliq Ahmad Khaliq. Urdu Meter: A Practical Handbook.
An online version of this handbook is provided on this site. Yusuf Ali, trans.
This translation has many useful notes about South Asian Islamic traditions. Ralph Russell and Khurshidul Islam, trans. Ghalib ; Volume I: Life and Letters.
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London: George Allen and Unwin, , and many reprint editions: on this site. Ralph Russell and Iftikhar Ahmad Adani. Russell translates into English, Adani into Urdu: on this site. Ralph Russell. Unfortunately, this is a chaotic, poorly annotated rehash of parts of Russell's other works and cannot be recommended.
New Delhi: Ghalib Academy, Very useful for background. Firdausi, The Epic of Kings , trans. London: Routledge, . Persian Ghazals of Ghalib. New Delhi: Ghalib Institute, Commentary on selected Urdu and Persian verses, especially from a mystical point of view: available on this site.
ARSHI All references are to the ghazal numbers and page numbers in Part 2, called navaa-e sarosh within the volume. The second edition is available on this site. The first edition is available on the rekhta.
Another copy: on the rekhta. Thanks to the generosity of Satyanarayana Hegde of Mumbai , this rare text from his collection is available on this site.
This work comments selectively on certain verses only, including some unpublished ones. ASI AZAD Photo offset of: Lahore: Naval Kishor, BAQIR ? Another edition: Mubarak Ali, Lahore, on the rekhta.
A modern reprint: on the rekhta. On the rekhta.
A new, augmented edition came out in , and was reprinted in An index to both editions of this book is provided on this site. Also, the edition an unchanged reprint of the edition is available here, through the generous permission of the author and the kind help of Satyanarayana Hegde: on this site. It is also on the rekhta. A list of the ghazal verses contained in this book is provided on this site. The whole book is online through the rekhta.
Online through the rekhta. Bhopal: Saifiyah College, ; on this site. On this subject see also: Mukhia and Singh The metaphorical and symbolic language of the ghazal was especially suitable for describing the secrets and mysteries of mysticism.
It is not always obvious who is the beloved described by a poet — quite often the object of affection might be equally either human or divine or sometimes even both in the same ghazal Faruqi , esp. Naim Ferrand The beauty of the beloved in the ghazal is always described in incredibly exaggerated and exceedingly conventional terms17, with the use of a whole collection of similes and metaphors Meyerhof Platts ; Steingass How astonishing!
The dew fell down on the sun!
Love, this incapacitating affection, unfulfilled and never recip- rocated, indicates a compelling wish of the lover to stay with or even possess the beloved. Vali comes constantly near your house, desiring only to see you, so give him sometimes a glance!
The experience of this love, closely intertwined with the deepest suffering of the lover, has in fact a physical dimension and its effects on him are apparent in physical symptoms. Without my beloved to live even for a split second is impossible.
How can I be forbearing without my beloved?
It is possible to declare but to do — impossible. I would fancy them as two inflamed candles See, the heart-sickness has finally put an end to my life! The life-giving power of the beloved, correlated with the sense of seeing or hearing , could easily heal the lover and annihilate the symptoms and effects of disease i. Platts We live while seeing the beloved for whom we are dying.
Mir yielded up his life desiring just one glance. Her cruelty may be genuine, or may be used as a metaphor of her indifference or physical distance from the lover. Should I then speak to you or not, o cruel tyrant?
The first message she sent me was my death-sentence. Her haughtiness increased fourfold the more I was pestering. Now the dawn has almost come, you also go and die somewhere!
And while he starts to remember you he can remember nothing He cares no more for the earthly existence, leaves his friends and family and wanders into the real or allegorical desert, where he lives the life of a recluse.
It is believed to increase clarity of vision by the action of opposites , to protect the eyesight from the sun rays and from eye-ailments and generally to be a good coolant for the eyes. O, lord of madness, come into the wilderness of grief! His madness, caused by deepest suffering of unfulfilled love, is rather a spiritual state resulting from absolute resignation, which is the highest form of love First of all, he had to be free from exces- sive preoccupation with self.
To a madman no counsel could be given. I have had to endure many troubles and now they are easy to bear.Brill, Rozmarrah Va Muhavrat-e- Ghalib.
Trans by Dar. Ghalib Aur Hyderabad. RAZA , Some repairs.