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(Javed Nama-40) Nawa-e-Tahira - Quratulain Tahira Ki Nawa/Kalam



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  1. Quran ki mansukhi ka eailan kernay wale aurat ki shan mein iqbal sahib shair par ker apny Wale ul asar honay ka sabut dai rahay hain

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  2. Mr. Anonymous,

    Thanks for you comments, May be you have not read her the way Allama Iqbal read her. Iqbal was moved by Quratul Ain’s image as a great lover. He thought that she could melt the hearts of even the soulless majority.

    Well, I don't agree what Tahira believed, but we may respect her poetry.

    Syed

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  3. I'm really surprised why everything be measured in religion, like there's nothing in world but religion ooh sorry, our religion. If so, why our society is become picture of immoral utopia, Poor Hyprocrats...

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  4. Iqbal was branded as a '' kafir'' in his life time. Rumi will meet the same fate if our illiterate fundo friends could read him. Nothing surprising in that. To quote Iqbal: " deen e mullah fi sabeel Allah fasaad".

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  5. QURATUL AINS POETRY MUST BE READ WITH DEEP PASION . AND EVALUATED WITH HEART AND MIND, YOU MAY DIFFER WITH HER DEPTH OF LOVE. GIVE IT AT LEAST ITS FACE VALUE.
    FAROOQ ALVI, LAHORE

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  6. salam I would like to know that these qafias dajla ba dajla yum ba yum tar ba tar po ba po etc are these an introduction in persian poetry by tahira and here iqbal tributes her by using the same? can you guide in this regard? in a book jung aa rahe hay abdul majeed siddiqui quoted such verses and attributed them to tahira am not sure if it was not actually nawa e tahira. great site. in jabreel o iblees qafia dajla ba dajla is used that verses presents a mental picture to me specially the first one though I dont agree with the meaning. a great poet commented on such things via poetry and ba wazan poetry that it makes me shudder. kindly answer my question tc.

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  7. Read bahai concepts and you will understand every thing

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