Top Famous Poets in Poetry History

Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan

Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib was a great Urdu and Persian poet.His original name was Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan.

His original pen-name was Asad, but he changed it after some time to Ghalib; Ghaib means ‘conqueror.’ Ghalib had no formal education.

Ghalib is extraordinarily famous for his ghazals written in Urdu. But he also writes poems in the Persian and Hindi language.

His talent Light at an early age; he wrote most of his poems by the age of 19—initially, his ghazals Ghalib’s poetry a masterpiece.

Allama Muhammad Iqbal

Allama Muhammad Iqbal, the man behind the philosophy of Pakistan and the great poet, logician,
theorist and barrister are born on the 9th of November, 1877.

Three great writings from this period, Shikwah (“The Complaint”), Jawāb-e shikwah, and Khizr-e rāh, was issued later in 1924 in the Urdu writing Bang-e dara.

Next a long time of ill shape, Iqbal died in April 1938.but his extraordinary work and stand for
Muslims will continue alive throughout our lives.

Rahat Indori

Rahat Indori was come on this humanoid world on 1 January 1950 in the City of Indore to Rafatullah Qureshi, a cloth mill mechanic.

He was their fourth child. He completes his education from Nutan School Indore from where he finished his Matriculation.

He ended his graduation from Islamia Karimia College, Indore, in 1973. Passed his Master in Urdu literature from the University of Bhopal.

Rahat was granted a Ph.D. in Urdu poetry from the Bhoj University of Madhya Pradesh in 1985 for his thesis titled Urdu Main Mushaira.

Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi

Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi was born on 20 November 1916 – died 10 July 2006. Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi was a Pakistani Urdu language poet and short-story writer.

He wrote 50 volumes on Poetry, fiction, criticism, journalism, and art, and was an essential figure in Urdu literature History.

He was also a columnist and publisher of the literary magazine (Funoon).

Hazrat Bulleh Shah (RA)

Bulleh Shah is one of the most fascinating and most significant poets in Sufi poetry. They nominated the title of (The father of Punjabi enlightenment).

He was born in (1680) in Uch, Mughal Empire. He died in 1757, at the age of 77, buried in Kasur.

Bulleh Shah is also known as the Shaikh of tasawuf. He spends his life accordingly sunnah and Quran.

So in Sufism, his writing was very famous. In fact, in this present era (2020), a large group of peoples use their Shayari and make songs on it.

These Followings Shayari and Bulleh Shah Kalam were one of very famous.

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