Syed Waris Shah, one of the most famous Punjabi Sufi poets was born in in Jandiala Sher Khan in the District of Sheikhupura, Punjab. Heer waris shah. 15K likes. YOU ARE HERE LIKE WARIS SHAH. Urdu Books biographies, Drama, Poetry and shayari at Rekhta Online E-Books Store in Hindi E-BOOKS BY: Sayyad Waris Shah Qissa Heer Volume
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Punjabi as a language has mostly not been recognized — not even by Punjabis themselves — as a language. Our young generation feels more convenient and sometimes honored to express themselves in Urdu, rather than in Punjabi their mother tongue. The elite mostly consider this as a language of the menials and illiterate rural folk. This in spite of the fact that Punjabi is as rich a language as any other advanced language in the world.
Waris Shah too, though a mystic or Sufi, has not been acclaimed and venerated as much the Saint poets like Khawaja Maood-ud-Din Ganj Shakar, Ali Hajveri alias Data Ganj Baksh, yet the richness of his poetry has always been unique and touched the heart and soul of a common Punjabi.
The melodies reverberating in the rural heartland of Punjab always pay rich tribute to his genius as a poet of the Punjab.
Waris Shah was born in some historians claim as his year of birth and some It was a troublesome, chaotic period after the death of Aurangzeb and Shah Alam. Punjab witnessed utter confusion and suffering in those times.
Waris had his own tragedy in boyhood when his parents died.
He was very young and had to live in a mosque for some time. In order to try his fortunes outside his native town he moved out of Jandiala another reason to move was the impending danger of attack from Afghan invaders and to receive early education from Pir Makhdoom of Qasur. This exodus at a young age left a lasting impression on the psyche of young Waris, to which Professor S. There he resided in an isolated place, a room adjacent to a mosque and fell in love with Bhag Bhari, the young village lass.
I n Malika Hans, Waris began work on Heer. Q issa ajab bahar da jorhiya ee. O beying the order of my dear ones I have composed this tale of a marvelous spring. H ave fashioned the phrases so elegant L ike a blossoming rose comes to life.
S abh banh ke aj bana dita Jehra atar gulab nachorhiya ee. He could not ignore the hypocrisy of the age particularly of the clergy and elaborately flaunted them with jest and ridicule.
A distant spectator to the massacre in Delhi by Nadir Shah, our mystic poet found his sublime senses deeply cut and he focused more and more on moral and spiritual issues. Thus Waris Shah concluded his tale on the notion that love could save the world.
In view of K. Khullar through the voice of Heer, Waris Shah became spokesman of the Punjabi folk and touched every soul and that rendered his epic become immortal. Waris Shah died around His Qissa Heer Ranjha has lived through the times past and will live in the times to come with its myriad of mystique, historic social Freudian, astrological interpretation and for pure folk wisdom. He is regarded equivalent to Chaucer and Milton in English poetry. Qissa Heer Ranhjha became both history and verse and this is best elaborated in words of Urdu poet Sauda: The Punjabis, it appears to me, are the only people in the world, a sizeable number of whom are not proud of their own language.
It is quite a different matter altogether though that their accent and vocabulary is often a dead give-away, as it often is in the case of Punjabis from Pakistan who tend to speak in Urdu for similar reasons. Needless to add, they can not speak the Punjabi language at all! Only problem is that on gevernmental level, here in Pakistan Urdu dominates though its a beautiful language too but is distinct from Punjabi and in India perhaps it is Hindi which dominates the scene.
Nevertheless the beauty and richness of Punjabi is such that we can hope in time to come it will regain its place which is its due.
Man, whose comprehension has expanded from the minuscule atomic world to the collossum details of the galactic bodies and who has exerted great influence upon nature through the mastering of engineering, is now facing the more important question of how much had we really learnt about our own self or how much self-control we could exert upon ourselves.
In answering this we come close to Sufism which is an applied philosophy in the way to realize and communicate with the core driving force of our very existence. Man is made by God in the style of all the other living things making him a slave to his own instinct and tendency.
However, he has not also been spared with the potential of overcoming this trend and tendency. He has been blessed with the power to win the incompliable hurdles of our nature. More often than not, we are misled by the tricky six senses playing within us.
We have inside us the unbreakable link between fear and inertia. Sufism holds in our hand and takes us away free from the fruitless burden of these senses, namely, sex, pride and fear. It then allows us to settle down with the pure soul living dormant deep down in our heart. God exists in every soul that he has laid down to roam upon the earth.
Because Creator is only the other name of that absolute soul. As goes in the Hadith-e-Kudsi: I was always there hiding from your eyes, I desired to express myself and I created All and expressed myself. Creator expresses himself through his Creation.
We can find him in the non-living things in the qualitative form and in human beings as the living soul. What he says and what does becomes the saying and the doing of God. He is the possessor of all his attributes. We are advised merely to follow Him. Because He is the one who has been truly blessed. To ensure this self-purification and self-awakening we need an effective Guru or Murshid or Peer and attain self-knowledge, self-purification and self-satisfaction through sitting for a Morakaba or Meditation under his able guidance.
The Prophet himself set an example before us by doing the same for fifteen years at the Cave of Hera. Sufism is an effective philsophy.
It leads us to a peaceful and pragmatic life on this very dusty earth. Waris shah is the great innocent soul, the leader of Muslims in Malika Hans during his life in the reign of Mian Muhammad Hans.
Waris Shah won the heart of every Muslim warris non Muslim alike e. All of them love Waris irrespective of being Muslim, Sikh or a Hindu. I know many Christians in my native district [Faisalabad] who equally love W. As Shakespeare is loved by every English speaking individual whether a European, Oriental or from any other region, so is Waris Shah. Thanks for your submission. I would also love to say that the first thing you will wris to carry out is check if you really need repairing credit.
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We also moderate hate speech, libel and gratuitous insults. I am looking forward to reading more from you. As for Waris Shah, let me quote some of his own words: Those who perform good deeds shall receive eternal life. Faces of Change or Change whah Faces! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public.
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