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Ghalib's Corner

Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib's poetry reflects the journey from nothingness to a totally human affirmation. Although known in the poetic circles as a "Phakkar", "Khasta" and a drunkard poet, most of his gazals revolve around three fundamental questions: What is the nature of universe and man's place in it? What is God? What is Love? The translations presented are of those gazals by Mirza Ghalib that are in conformity to the above statement.


Mirza Asad Ullah by Dr.Satish Shukla   

Ghalib Was A Great Mango Connoisseur by Firoz Bakht Ahmed   

Ghalib, The Divine Poet by Rakesh Bedi   

It is not love, it is madness by Rajender Krishan   

I Perceive the World as a Playground by Rajender Krishan   

Heart it is, not a brick or stone by Rajender Krishan   

He was, When it was Aught by Rajender Krishan   


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