Ibn-e-Insha (Punjabi, Urdu: ابن انشاء born Sher Muhammad Khan شیر محمد خان) was a Pakistani Leftist Urdu poet, humorist, travelogue writer and columnist. Along with his poetry, he was regarded one of the best humorists of Urdu. His poetry has a distinctive diction laced with language reminiscent of Amir Khusro in its use of words and construction that is usually heard in the more earthy dialects of the Hindi-Urdu complex of languages, and his forms and poetic style is an influence on generations of young poets.
Insha was born in Phillaur tehsil of Jalandhar District, Punjab, India. His father ... more »
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- Rat k khwab sunayen kis ko rat k khwab s...
- Ham Un Se Agar Mil Baithte Hain Kya Dosh...
- Kal chaudhwin ki rat thi shab bhar raha ...
- Sunte Hain Phir Chhup Chhup Unke Ghar Me...
- Darwaaza Khula Rakhna
- Dil Hijr K Dard Se Bojhal Hai, Ab Aan Mi...
- Insha Ji! Uththo! Ab Kuuch Karo
- Puch Lena Tha Kisi Khak Basar Se Pehle
- Aur to koi bas na chalega hijr k dard k ...
- Dasht parta hai miyan ishq mein ghar se ...
- Jog Bijog Ki Baten Jhuti Sab Ji Ka Bahla...
- Karogy Bahana Kia
- Farz karo
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