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Persian poetry in Kashmir, 1339-1846

an introduction

by Girdhari L. Tikku

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

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  • Kashmir
    • Subjects:
    • Persian poetry -- Kashmir -- History and criticism.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby G. L. Tikku.
      SeriesUniversity of California publications: occasional papers, no. 4: literature
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPK6416 .T5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 321 p.
      Number of Pages321
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5740043M
      ISBN 100520093127
      LC Control Number70627150

      Persian Poetry. Sources. Persian, or Avestan, was a written language during the entire twelve centuries of the ancient Persian empires ( B.C.E. – C.E.), and some of the ancient literature in that language is still read by followers of the Zoroastrian religion. Complete collection of Urdu and Persian poetry of Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal with Urdu and English translation and Audios Books, poems, + verses+Operating System: Android.

      Kashmiri Poets & Poetesses KASHMIR NEWS NETWORK (KNN). 1 Introduction Kashmir, which is known as the 'paradise on earth', has been the abode of eminent scholars, savants, historians and poets, like Bilhan, Mamatachary, Anandavardhana, Gunaverman, Abhinavagupta, Jonaraja,File Size: 1MB. Professor Simon Everard Digby MA (17 October – 10 January ) was an English oriental scholar, translator, writer and collector who was awarded the Burton Medal of the Royal Asiatic Society and was a former Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford, the Honorary Librarian of the Royal Asiatic Society and Assistant Keeper in the Department of Eastern Art of the Asmolean Museum in Oxford.

      Literature & Poetry. Literature | Poetry | Proverbs | Book Reviews | Bookstores & Publishers. Literary Periodicals Adabiatema - Adabiatirani - Alefbe - Avangardha - Avangard - Azma - Bahar Iran - Bukhara Magazine (Iran) - Dargah - Doshanbe - Firooze - Gozargah - Hoozoor - Iran Nameh - Jen & Pari - Journal of Language & Persian Literature - Ketabhafteh - Khazzeh - Khanesh - Ktab - Literary. “Sunil Sharma’s Mughal Arcadia draws on Persian poetry produced in India to evoke a world that is now as lost and strange as Atlantis or Shangri-La. The Persian poets presented India as a land of wonders and riches, a pastoral paradise. As I read on, an impossible longing came over me―to visit seventeenth century Kashmir and see for myself what the poets described and the miniaturists Cited by: 3.


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Persian (also in) Series University of California Publications:Occasional Papers, No Literature California University University of California Publications.

Occasional Papers ISBN Description x, p. 24 cm. Notes "Original verses in Persian of the English translations": p. Bibliography: p. Local Notes. Persian poetry — India — Kashmir — History and criticism Series. University of California publications.

Occasional papers ; no. 4: literature. [More in this series] University of California publications: occasional papers, no. 4: literature ; Notes "Original verses in Persian of the English translations": p. Bibliographic references. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tikku, Girdhari L., Persian poetry in Kashmir, Persian poetry -- India -- Kashmir, Vale of -- History and criticism.

Persian poetry in Kashmir, an introduction / by G. Tikku. - Version details - Trove. Tikku, Girdhari L.Persian poetry in Kashmir, ; an introduction, by G. Tikku University of California Press Berkeley Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be Persian poetry in Kashmir.

Tikku G. L.: Persian poetry in Kashmir, – an introduction. (University of California Publications. Occasional Papers. Literature, No. 4.) xi, pp Author: Simon Digby. BOOK REVIEWS Persian Poetry in Kashmir, An Introduction. gy G. Tikku. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of Cali-fornia Press, x + pp.

MICHAEL B. LORAINE Persian literature is still too little studied, less than its great wealth and interest warrants, but the Persian literature of India as a whole is still more. Books shelved as persian-poetry: The Conference of the Birds by Attar of Nishapur, رباعيات خيام by Omar Khayyám, The Divan by Hafez, Shahnameh: The Persi.

Kashmiri language literature. The use of the Kashmiri language began with the work Mahānaya-Prakāsha by Rājānaka Shiti Kantha (c), and was followed by the poet Lalleshvari or Lal Ded (14th century), who wrote mystical verses in the vakh or four-line couplet style. Another mystic of her time equally revered in Kashmir and popularly known as Nund Reshi wrote powerful poetry.

One day I came across a book of Persian love poems and opened at a random page to check it out. I could not put it down. There was a passion within these short pieces that reached out and took hold of me.

I keep the book close at all times in case I need a. Meet the Man Who Translated Guru Nanak's 'Japji Sahib' Into Kashmiri.

Assadullah Asad, a retired government servant, has been self-publishing books – both original and translated –. Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī (–), often referred to by his honorary name Mawlana (Mevlana), was born in Balkh province (present-day Afghanistan) and over the course of his life lived in Nishapur, Baghdad, Damascus, and eventually settled in Konya (present-day Turkey).

Mohsin Publicaitons is a Marxist publisher from Afghanistan, our books are in Persian (Dari) and Pashto languages. This verse, contained in "Dewan-e-Ghani", had a kashmiri word KRAALPAN meaning Potter's Thread.

Saib Tabrizi (),well known Persian poet from Isfahan Iran, unable to understand the meaning of a famous verse - in which Ghani had intermingled both Persian and Kashmiri words - travelled all the way from IRAN to Kashmir to meet the Iranian poet arrived,Ghani.

Mystic Trends in Kashmiri Poetry. Kashmir, which is known as the 'paradise on earth', has been the abode of eminent scholars, savants, historians and poets, like Bilhan, Mamatachary, Anandavardhana, Gunaverman, Abhinavagupta, Jonaraja, Kalhana, etc.

These luminaries had. Kashmir in the imperial mosaic. The fad of the Kashmir poem is a previously unexplored episode in the history of seventeenth-century Mughal court culture. Keywords Mughals. Indo-Persian poetry.

Kashmir. Masnavi. The cosmopolitan atmosphere of Mughal society was the result of a tre-mendous zeal for travel and mobility, both on a transnational. Persian literature of Iran and greater Iran is seen as unconnected to India but they were connected.

This is a challenge for future scholars. Can you explain a little about your remarkable book Persian Poetry at the Indian Frontier: Mas‘ûd Sa‘d Salmân of Lahore. Sanskrit Books from Various Sources, 'Tarikh-e-Hasan Vol IV Persian Poets in Kashmir - Research Publication Department ' Addeddate   A blog about Kashmir.

Archiving Culture, Literature, Art, Music, History, Vintage Photographs. Persian Language in Kashmir Persian was the basis of administrations all over western Asia and the highly prestigious language at the courts.

Hence, Persian learning radiated into Kashmir and found a fertile soil after the initial impulse. He is the author of the Reżā-nāma, the first versified account of the martyrdom of Imam Ḥosayn to appear in Kashmir (Ins. Srinagar Research Library). The Reżā-nāma is part of a ḵamsa, the four other parts of which, namely Arzan te Heimal (a local Hindu romance), Hašt tamhīd, Mehr o māh.

Historical relations between India and Iran in Lahore in CE and wrote the first work on Islamic Sufism in Persian prose which is considered to be the earliest book written in Persian in the Indian subcontinent. Among a large number of poets, writers, scholars, and Sufis who flourished in India.

He too composed poetry in Persian. A Author: Mohd Aslam Hussain.Godfrey Thomas Vigne who visited Kashmir inmentioned in his book 'Travels in Kashmir, Ladak, Iskardo, the Countries Adjoining the Mountain-Course of the Indus, and the Himalaya, north of the Panjab with Map' (), that Zadibal witnessed rioting in the year when the place was inhabited by Persian .