Urdu Poetry Collection of Faiz Ahmed Faiz


Zair-e-lub Muskuraye jaty hain a beautiful urdu ghazal by Faiz Ahmed Faiz in urdu

 

For All the Mothers Maa Pyaar Kahte Hain – Urdu Poetry of Faiz Ahmed Faiz

Faiz Ahmad Faiz Poetry

Naseeb Aazmaane Ke Din Aa Rahe Hain
Qareeb Un Ke Aane Ke Din Aa Rahe Hain

Jo Dil Se Kaha Hai Jo Dil Se Suna Hai
Sab Un Ko Sunane Ke Din Aa Rahe Hain

Abhi Se Dil-O-Jaan Sar-E-Raah Rakh Do
Ke Lutne Lutaane Ke Din Aa Rahe Hain

Tapakne Lagi Un Nigaahon Se Masti
Nigahain Churaane Ke Din Aa Rahe Hain

Saba Phir Hamain Puuchti Phir Rahi Hai
Chaman Ko Sajaane Ke Din Aa Rahe Hain

Chalo “Faiz” Phir Se Kahin Dil Lagain
Suna Hai Thikaane Ke Din Aa Rahe Hain

 

Faiz Poetry

Hasrat-e-deed mein guzraan hain zamaney kab se
Dasht-e-umeed mein gardaan hain dawaney kab se

Der se ankh mein utra nahin askhon ka azaab
Apne zimey hain tera farz najaney kab se

Kis tarah paak ho be-arzu lamhon ka azaab
Dard aya nahin darbaar sjanaey kab se

Sar Karo saaz ke cherrein koi dil sooz ghazal
Dhoondta hai dil-e-shoreeda bahaney kab se

Pur karo jaam ke shayed ho isi lahta rawaan
Rok rakha hai jo ik teer kazzaa ne kab se

Faiz phir kab kisi maktal mein karain ge abad
Lab pe veeran hain shaheedon ke fasaney kab se

 

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kabhii kabhii yaad me.n ubharate hai.n naqsh-e-maazii miTe miTe se
vo aazamaa_ish sii dil-o-nazar kii, vo qurabate.n sii vo faasale se

kabhii aarazuu ke seharaa me.n aake rukate hai.n qaafile se
vo saarii baate.n lagaav kii sii vo saare unavaa.N visaal ke se

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Faiz Ahmed Faiz Urdu Ghazal

Ham ke thehrey ajnabi itni mulaqaton ke baad

Phir banenge aashnaa, kitni madaraton ke baad

Kab nazar mai aegi be-daag sabzey ki bahar

Khoon ke dhabbey dholenge, kitni barsaton ke baad

They bohot be-dard lamhe, khatam-e-dard-e-ishq ke

Theen bohot be-mehr subhain, mehrbaan raaton ke baad

Dil to chaha, par shikast-e-dil ne mohlat hi na di

Kuch giley shikway bhi kar letey munajaton ke baad

Un se jo kehne gaye they, Faiz jaan sadqa kiye

Ankahi hi reh gaii, wo baat sab baton ke baad

2 تبصرے

  1. اگست 22, 2012 at 7:24 am

    masha allah bohat ashi shairi he
    <Rana Anwar

  2. Ahmad said,

    مئی 29, 2012 at 5:14 pm

    Poetry of Faiz Ahmad Faiz mesmerizes literature Lovers
    ‘Pakistan Times’ Federal Bureau

    ISLAMABAD: Faiz Ahmad Faiz’ revolutionary ideas and universal thoughts and his innovative portrayal of universal realities of life in his poetry will continue to mesmerize the literature lovers in the coming generations.

    Faiz Ahmed Faiz, prominently known as a progressive writer, has brought revolutionary changes to the way poetry was written and combined socio-political messages and revolutionary ideas with the sweetness of Urdu language.

    Marking 100th birth anniversary of Faiz, observed on Sunday Chairman National Language Authority (NLA), Iftikhar Arif said that Faiz Ahmad Faiz was a well known prograssive writer who was also recognized in literary circles across the globe.He was known as poet of humanity and his love for human beings, social values, motherland, and his idealogy are prominent feature of his poetry.

    Faiz remained committed to his idealogy throughout his life to maintain peace, freedom, equality and justice in the country and took practical steps besides his writings. His works during the period of his imprisonment and exile was acknowledged as best literature in the world and his work has been translated into different languages of the world.

    Faiz was an outstanding poet and his kind and loving nature was a source of attraction for the people.

    Iftikhar Arif’s two books titled ‘Faiz Banam Iftikhar’ and ‘Amanat Kalam-e-Faiz Ba Khat Faiz’ have recently been published. Renowned literary figure, Dr Rashid Hameed said that Faiz poetry was like a beacon of light for the oppressed segments of the society and the voice of the poor people’s conscience, He said the ever-green poetry of Faiz was the reflective of aspiration of masses as well as national spirit of independence movement.

    Literary circles consider Faiz mere a revolutionary poet and ignore multi-dimensional aspects of his poetry in which he represents the realistic ideas with aesthetic beauty. Faiz had used the medium of poetry to create awareness among the masses about the importance of independence and individual identity for which he suffered a lot during his life, but never compromised on his principles and national interest, Dr Rashid said.

    Earlier, Urdu poetry recited in an ordinary style and was full of romanticism. Faiz’s style, after Iqbal, took Urdu poetry into a new phase. Keeping aside the routine interpretations of life, Faiz touched the realities of life in a revolutionary style.His poetry gives message of patriotism and struggle and the new generation should get guidance from the thought-provoking ideas of Faiz, Dr Rashid said.

    Faiz was born on February 13, 1911 in Sialkot. He achieved command over Arabic and Persian languages during his high school life. Faiz did his Masters in English in 1932 from Government College Lahore and MA in Arabic from Oriental College.

    Apart from being a great revolutionary poet, he was a great romantic poet and his love for humanity was free from the prejudices of race, colour and nationality. Faiz’s ‘Nuskha’a-e Wafa’ is one of the most famous poetry books. He wrote ‘Naqsh Faryadi’, ‘Dast-e Saba’, ‘Zindan Nama’, ‘Sir Wadi Sina’, ‘Shaam Shahre Yaran’ and ‘Mere Dil Merey Musafir.’


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