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Selection from the poetry of the Afghans
|Other titles||The Poetry of the Afghans|
|Statement||Henry George Raverty.|
|Contributions||Raverty, H. G. 1825-1906.|
|LC Classifications||PK6825E3 S4 1862a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||348|
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Summary: This is an anthology of English translations of Pushto poets from the 16th century on. Most, if not all, of these poets are Sufi. They utilize the poetic vocabulary of Sufiism: the tavern, the wine, the flowers, etc., all actually technical terms describing the soul's progression on Author: Henry George Raverty.
Get this from a library. Selection from the poetry of the Afghans. [H G Raverty;] -- Includes biographical sketches of the poets.
Selections from the Poetry of the Afghans by H. Raverty. Anthology of later Sufi poets from Afghanistan, many translated directly from rare manuscripts. "It must be remembered, that these poems are the effusions of men who never enjoyed any of what we call the luxuries of life; yet how refined are the generality of their sentiments!Brand: Appspublisher.
Read "Selections from the Poetry of the Afghans" by Henry George Raverty available from Rakuten Kobo. DURING my lengthened researches in, and long study of the Pus hto language, for so many years past, and particularly whe Brand: Library of Alexandria.
selections from the poetry of the afghĀns from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century, literally translated from the original pus´hto; with notices of the different authors, and remarks on the mystic doctrine and poetry of the ṢŪfĪs: by major h.
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Poetry in Afghanistan, in both Persian (Dari) and Pashto, dates back thousands of years. The most famous Persian poet who was born in what is today called Afghanistan is the 13th century Sufi poet Jalaluddin Rumi Balkhi.
Afghan Poetry of the Seventeenth Century is a selection of Khatak’s poems, edited and compiled by C.E. Biddulph of Trinity College, Cambridge. The book contains an introduction to the history of Afghanistan and the poet Khatak, a grammatical introduction that explains the fundamentals of the Pushto language, English translations of a.
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New, $ A book that looks new but has been read. Cover has no visible wear, Seller Rating: % positive. Ancient Form Of Poetry Captures Afghan Women's Lives From drone strikes to the songs of the ancient caravans, the type of poem called landay reflects Afghan life.
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Turab captures the feelings of Afghans about the war and those who are responsible for it: .History. The region called Afghanistan nowadays was noted for its poetic language even before the Islamic conquest of Afghanistan in the 7th through 11th centuries.
The Pata Khazana, if authentic, contains Pashto poetry written as far back as the 8th Century. Some of the famous poets who were born or lived in the region of present-day Afghanistan include Rumi, Ferdowsi, Khushal Khan Khattak.