Haleem Brohi 5 August - 28 July , Hyderabad [1] was a prominent Pakistani author and journalist , active in the Sindhi language. He is considered the second greatest satirist is Sindhi literature after Ali Mohammad Brohi. Brohi was the son of Aziz Brohi, [1] a police officer. In his early career, he practiced law and also served at Sindh University in various capacities. Brohi started writing in He published more than ten books.

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Abdul Haleem Baghi is well known poet of Sindhi language he worked on many poetic books and his poetry is still being used in many Sindhi songs. He is very much famous in university of Sindh because he had been student of this university. He is a great lover, he torn the deg Q: What made you to go for poetry?

A: Everybody has dream to become well known and popular among the people and so did I, beside this my uncle is a good poet. His personality and poetry admires me, which made me to become a poet. Q: When did you start writing? A: I wrote my first poetry when I was in higher secondary school and I delivered that on Latif day function in the school. Q: What type of poem do you find yourself writing the most?

A: I wrote all type of poems but especially the romantic and patriotic poems which are more popular to public. Q: Does your poetry reflect your life?

A: It some times do reflect my life, and general feelings too. But there are still more feelings that my poetry will go through. Q: What is the main theme of your poetry? A: Actually I have a unique theme in my poetry which is revolution and the unity of the people against any evil and injustice in the society. Q: What do you expect from your readers? A: I hope that readers like my poetry and experience the same feelings which I have expressed, if it happens I feel my success.

His poetry is replete with Divine Love. It is on Monotheism, the Glorious Quran and He also composed poems of high order in Urdu and Persian. The great Sufi poets-Attar, Jami and Roomi influenced him. Hiis Sindhi poetry encompasses a wide range of subjects and possesses its own individuality. He perfected a great deal of old style i. Unlike Shah Latif, whose compositions are woven around local and folk themes, Sachal has touched on all Great Sufi saints, fountains of knowledge and learning, besides the most popular folktales of the Indus valley.

The images, similes, metaphors and allegories employed by Sachal give him a prominent place in Sindhi literature after Shah Latif. It was in the British period that really good prose began to be produced. He is said to have written or translated from other languages about books of poetry, novel short stories, essays etc.

In contains about verses. Another work of importance is his translation of Rubaiyat-e-Omar Khayyam in which he has followed the same meter as employed in the original Persian work. This translation has filled an important gap in Sindhi literature.

Music the patronage of music in Sindh started wit the advent of Muslims. Headed by musicians, playing the Dhol-and-Shahnai, "Orchestra", and skilled dancers giving their performances, they came to greet Muhammad Bin Qasim, who echoed the whole show. The grandeur of the musical performance and the big crowd impressed a lieutenant of Muhammad to such an extent that he suggested to the General that their army should pray to God that such a powerful tribe had been subjugated so easily.

Muhammad who had a good sense of humor". The Dhol-and-Shahnai performance whish has been the traditional " Orchestra" of Sindh, before and since 8th century AD. Is most popular throughout the province even today. Both the father and the son were great patrons of poets like the famous Talib Amuli and others, and of numerous musicians who invented new musical forms, naghams, and a variety of tunes.

Both the rulers were accomplished musicians themselves. Their capital Thatta was the rendezvous. The most salient feature of his poetry is Sufism, which he had presented with dexterity in his famous work, Shah Jo Risalo. The main characteristics of Shah Leif's poetry is that it He had a command to express and interpret the joys and sorrows, hopes and aspirations of the people of Sindh.

Shah Latif's poetry depicts nature and its manifestations in a most vivid and vivacious manner. He had composed beautiful verses on the river Indus, the shining surface of lakes and the barren ranges of hills. He had also versified on the behavior of the sea and the boats and boatsmen living on the shore of the sea. He was the most prolific writer and poet of his age. His poetry is deeply rooted in the soil of Sindh, yet it has a universal appeal.

So great is the impact of his immortal work on Sindhi literature that one hears its distinct echo in all the poetry produced by later generations. During the days of the Sumras, the Sammas and later on during the Kalhora and the Talpur period, Sindh was the court languag. It is presumed that these scholars also wrote in their own language. During the rule of Sumras and Sammas, Sindhis produces excellent poetry, and amongst the earliest and Long before the British rule, under the influence of Persian poetry, the Sindhi poets borrowed many ideas from Persian poets.

Theirs works have, therefore been popular among the masses, as well as people of more sophisticated tastes. Others, who continued to compose in indigenous styles, using the Sindhi language in its purest from, include Misree Shah, Mahdi Shah, and Hafiz Shah.

Qazi Qadan A. He has in his poetry laid prate emphasis on purity of mind and the study of self. In one of his verses he says: " Even if you master thoroughly the great Arabic works Qudoor and Qafa you will only be like an ant sitting within a well in a limited environment, knowing nothing of the world outside. Misri Shah is considered to the undisputed monarch in the domain of Kafi.

The term Kafi was originally taken from Shah Abdul Latif's waie, which corresponds to ghazal. Sachal added glory to kafi in his lyrics. After Khalifo Gul Mohammad a host Sindhi poets contributed to the development of the ghazal. Humour Shamsuddin Bulbul was the first poet to introduce humor in Sindhi poetry. He can very well be compared to Akbar Allahabadi.

In this field Mohammad Hashim Mukhlis and more particularly Mirza Qaleech Beg, the father of modern Sindhi poetry and prose have left an indelible mark. The book is in two volumes, and each column consists of homage paid to his ancestors and guide. He composed only 14 ghazals in Urdu. The verbal verses were based on folk tales. Sindhi is one of the oldest languages of the Indus Valley having a peculiar literary colour both in poetry and prose.

Sindhi poetry is very rich in thought as well as contain variety of genres like other developed languages. Old Sindhi poetry impacts upon contemporary languages and also accepts the healthy influence of some languages like Hindi.

Sindhi poetry contains two main original forms of verse, such as bait and Waei. Bait slightly resembles with form Dohas and Sorthas, moreover also influenced by Persian forms like Ghazal, Mathnavi, Rubai, and Kaafi. Since the s, Sindhi poetry has incorporated broader influences including the sonnet and blank verse.

Soon after the partition of the sub-continent, these forms were reinforced by Triolet, Haiku, Renga and Tanka etc. At present, these forms continue to co-exist, albeit in a varying degree, with Azad Nazm having an edge over them all. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Email or Phone Password Forgot account? Visitor Posts. Ahmed Ali. Information about Page Insights Data. Sindhi Poetry added a new photo. Sindhi Poetry. Sindhi Poetry added 9 new photos.

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