Maqbool Shah Kralawari

(1820 – 1876 / Kashmir / India)

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Maqbool Shah Kralawari (Kashmiri: मक़बूल शाह क्रालवारी (Devanagari), مقبول شاہ کرالواری (Nastaleeq)) was educated in Persian literature and is considered as the finest lyricist of the 19th century Kashmir. In his Malanama, he lacerated the 'mullahs' for being hand in glove with the ruthless landlords but masquerading as the defenders of virtue and the redeemers of the poor. On the other hand in ... more »

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  • Sushil Bhan (7/1/2018)

    I sing scattered flowers and transport to a realm of peace, it is the most beautiful poem I know

  • ishfaq Qadir (2/28/2014 5:22:00 PM)

    Khodaya ishqe rostui kanh
    ma æsin
    (God love without no one
    let there be)
    Karin ishqich gadaeyi shah
    ma æsin
    (Let them love serve, king
    not be)
    Maqbool Shah Kralawari

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