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On the 220th Birth Anniversary of Mirza Ghalib Know some interesting facts about him – Birthday Special

220th anniversary of the King of Ghalibah: Mirza Ghalib

Mirza Ghalib’s “We know the reality of the paradise but to keep the heart happy, it’s good to think,” You must have listened to Shayari of Ghalib that touches the hearts of people. Do you know that today is Mirza Ghalib’s 220th birthday? Although his real name was Mirza Asadullah Beg Khan, people around the world know him as Mirza Ghalib. On the occasion of the birthday of Mirza Ghalib, Google made his doodle in his honor.

Mirza Ghalib, a highly renowned Urdu poet, will remain alive only through his spiritual Shayari and tickling cheeky lines.

His poetry was not for cheap popularity but it also contained intense literature and complex linguistic highs. Let us know some of the interesting things and interesting facts related to the life of Ghalib, which will change your attitude towards him.

He was born on 27 December 1796. The year he passed away, Mahatma Gandhi was born the same year.He was an expert in popularizing Persian poetry in Indian language. Although Mir Taki Mir was also well versed in this mode, Ghalib increased his level. They are such a poet who enjoys popularity in both India and Pakistan even today.

At the age of 11, he started writing prose and verse in Urdu and Persian. He wrote in romantic style in both Persian and Urdu and it is known as Ghazal. He received great honor during his lifetime. Mughal ruler Bahadur Shah Zafar gave him two great titles. They made them a special part of their court. Not only this, the King appointed Ghalib as his teacher for his elder son. Due to good knowledge & great command over litrature, Ghalib was also a historian of the Mughal court.

The famous lines of Ghalib –

1) Hathoon key lakiroon pay matt jaa ae Ghalib,

Naseeb unkay bhi hotay hain jinkaay haath nahi hotay.

2) Ishq ne ‘Ghalib’ nikamma kar diya,

varna ham bhi aadmi the kaam ke.

3) De mujhko shikaayat kee ijaazat ae sitamgar,

kuchh tujh ko mazaa bhi mire aazaar mein aave.

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