BAGH O BAHAR BY MIR AMMAN IN URDU PDF

This article contains too many or overly lengthy quotations for an encyclopedic entry. Please help improve the article by presenting facts as a neutrally worded summary with appropriate citations. Consider transferring direct quotations to Wikiquote. John Borthwick Gilchrist , a famous English scholar of literature of those days. It in turn was widely translated into English during the 19th century. Mir Amman relates his own history in the preface to his famous work, here given in the English translation by Duncan Forbes : But first this guilty being, Mir Amman, of Dilli, begs to relate his own story: That my forefathers, from the time of King Humayun , served every king, in regular descent, with zeal and fidelity; and they also i.

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Mushirul Hasan From the Reviews: "Though the symbols bear an Islamic colouring, the reader is not pushed into an unfamiliar, unfriendly or hostile world. The structure of the tales, as indeed the narrative, is woven around themes of humanity, tolerance, kindness, benevolence and charity. Their appeal is truly universal. Similarly the illustrative quotes chosen here are merely those the complete review subjectively believes represent the tenor and judgment of the review as a whole. We acknowledge and remind and warn you that they may, in fact, be entirely unrepresentative of the actual reviews by any other measure.

It is actually a translation of sorts, based on a much earlier work and later variations thereof , the 14th century Qissa-e-Chahar Darvesh by Amir Khusrau.

When he hits forty this devastating fact that he has no proper heir leads to one hell of a mid-life crisis. He pretty much gives up on everything -- but can then be convinced that this is no way for a king to act. But he remains unhappy about his situation, and one night he puts on a disguise and heads out of the palace The four dervishes are a pretty miserable lot at this point too: all wearing the dress of the dead and sitting quietly against each other with their heads on their knees.

The king could not see their faces but by their postures he felt they were afflicted with grief. They seemed like dead figures on the wall. Each dervish, of course, has a story to tell, about why they are so sad and what they have lost.

And each, it turns out, encountered a "veiled rider in green clothes" when they were at their lowest point, who promised them some variation on the basic notion that: Three dervishes who are distressed and have seen the vicissitudes of life like you have will meet you soon in Turkey. The king of that country is Azad Bakht. He too is distressed. When he meets all four of you, the wishes and desires of each one of you will be fulfilled. Mir Amman does, however, indulge in a bit of a flight of fancy in extending the resolution in a With its many story-layers, A Tale of Four Dervishes is a rich and entertaining read.

Very enjoyable, certainly worthwhile.

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BAGH O BAHAR BY MIR AMMAN IN URDU PDF

Mushirul Hasan From the Reviews: "Though the symbols bear an Islamic colouring, the reader is not pushed into an unfamiliar, unfriendly or hostile world. The structure of the tales, as indeed the narrative, is woven around themes of humanity, tolerance, kindness, benevolence and charity. Their appeal is truly universal. Similarly the illustrative quotes chosen here are merely those the complete review subjectively believes represent the tenor and judgment of the review as a whole. We acknowledge and remind and warn you that they may, in fact, be entirely unrepresentative of the actual reviews by any other measure. It is actually a translation of sorts, based on a much earlier work and later variations thereof , the 14th century Qissa-e-Chahar Darvesh by Amir Khusrau. When he hits forty this devastating fact that he has no proper heir leads to one hell of a mid-life crisis.

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Bagh-o-Bahar

He who, out of a handful of dust, hath created such a variety of faces and figures of earth. Notwithstanding the two colours [of men], one white and one black, yet the same nose and ears, the same hands and feet, He has given to all. But such variety of features has He formed, that the form and shape of one [individual] does not agree with the personal appearance of another. Among millions of created beings, you may recognise whomsoever you wish. The sky is a bubble in the ocean of his [eternal] unity; and the earth is as a drop of water in it; but this is wonderful, that the sea beats its thousands of billows against it, and yet cannot do it any injury. The tongue of man is impotent to sound the praise and eulogy of Him who has such power and might! If it utter any thing, what can it say?

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No one dare tease or wrong another; the tiger amman the goat drink at the same fountain. It is a story-or rather, five stories set within a single-frame story-very much in the style of the Arabian Nights. It is delightful reading. Though the symbols bear an Islamic colouring, the reader is not pushed into an unfamiliar, unfriendly or hostile world.

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