Category - Urdu Literature Audio/Urdu Literature Video

Urdu literature audio & Urdu literature video - the early period of Urdu literature audio & Urdu literature video is represented by fragments of religious & philosophic poetry that set forth the precepts of Jainism, Si-vaism, and Buddhism to orthodox Hinduism. Urdu literature audio & Urdu literature video has its own role in our nation which is also a widely spoken language that binds most Indians together. Read here everything You Need to Know About Urdu Literature Audio and Urdu Literature Video. Urdu Literature Audio and Urdu Literature Video both move back to at least one thousand centuries from their source, technique, and form. For centenaries, the coinage Urdu Literature Audio and Urdu Literature Video have been in constant practice to imply they could be collected from other kinds of literature but they are inseparable.

Arguably, Ghazal is the most popular form of Urdu poetry. The passion for poetry, from Mushairas to simple recitation of the Urdu poems, has kept us all engaged with Meer, Ghalib, Iqbal, Faiz, Firaq and other giants of Urdu. We try classic as well as new forms of poetry recitation. We also learn how to recite the following:
Ghazal- Primarily in sets of two liner couplets (sher) in metre (behr) where the verses must strictly follow and end-rhyme scheme, called radeef and qafiya.
Dil-e-naadan tujhe hua kya hai,
Aakhir is dard ki dava kya hai

– Mirza Ghalib
Nazm- A free style form of poetry where the poet can use any verse style with various meters and rhyme scheme.
Baat niklegi to phir door talak jaayegi
Log be-vajaha udaasi ka sabab poochhenge
Ye bhi poochhenge ke tum istni pareeshan kyun ho……

– Kafeel Azar Amrohvi
Rubaii- A form of quatrains, meaning four lines, comprising the first, second and fourth lines, having the same rhyming words.
Hamd is written in praise of Allah, the Almighty.
Naat is in praise of Prophet Muhammad.
Marsiya is an elegy written in remembrance of the death of a loved one.
Qasida is like an ode written for some benefactor or represents some important event.

Prose in Urdu is called ‘Nasr’ – actually an Arabic word, meaning spreading or sprinkling but to put it simply its repertoire includes Afsana, dastan, novel, drama, sketches (Khaake), bio and autobiography (savaneh Umri), travelogues (Safarnaama), letters (khutoot), reportage, memoirs, essays (Inshaaiyye) and everything except poetry.

Urdu Literature Videos & Audios