Mir Taqi Mir (1723 - 1810 / Agra / India (Mughal Era))
Mir Taqi Mir (Urdu: میر تقی میر), whose real name was Muhammad Taqi (Urdu: محمد تقی) and takhallus (pen name) was Mir (Urdu: میر) (sometimes also spelt as Meer Taqi Meer), was the leading Urdu poet of the 18th century, and one of the pioneers who gave shape to the Urdu language itself. He was one of the principal poets of the Delhi School of the Urdu ghazal and remains arguably the foremost name in Urdu poetry often remembered as Khuda-e-sukhan (god of poetry).
The main source of information on Mir's life is his autobiography Zikr-e-Mir, which covers the period from his childhood to the beginnings of his sojourn in Lucknow. However, it is said to conceal ... more »
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- A Jayen Ham Nazar Jo Koi Dam Bahut Hai Y...
- Ab Jo Ik Hasrat E Jawani Hai Hai
- Andoh Se Hui Na Rihai Tamam Shab
- Ankhon Mein Ji Mera Hai Idhar Yar Dekhna
- Arzuen Hazar Rakhte Hain
- Ashk aakhon mai kab nahiin aataa
- Barang E Bu E Gul, Is Bagh K Ham Ashna H...
- Bat Kya Admi Ki Ban Ai
- Be-Khudii le gaii kahaan ham ko
- Dam-e-subah bazm-e-khush jahan
- Dekh To Dil K Jan Se Uthta Hai
- Dil E Purkhun Ki Ik Gulabi Se
- Dil Se Shauq E Rukh E Niko Na Gaya
- Faqiraana aae sadaa kar chale
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