Yaadon ki Baraat / یادوں کی بارات

Yaadon ki Baraat

  • Title: Yaadon ki Baraat / یادوں کی بارات
  • Author: Josh Malihabadi
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About “Josh Malihabadi

    • Josh Malihabadi

      Josh Malihabadi was born as Shabbir Hasan Khan on 5th December, 1898 at Malihabad He did his senior Cambridge from St Peter s College, Agra in 1914 In 1918, he spent about six months at Shantiniketan He studied Arabic and Persian Due to the death of his father, Bashir Ahmed Khan, in 1916, Josh was unable to avail of a college education.In 1925, Josh started work at the Osmania University, supervising translation work He was exiled from the state of Hyderabad for writing a nazm against the Nizam He then started the newsletter magazine called the Kaleem in which he openly wrote articles in favour of independence and against the British Soon, he was being called shaayar e inquilaab He also got actively involved in the freedom struggle and became close to quite a few of the political leaders of that era, specially Jawahar Lal Nehru.On the advice of director W.Z.Ahmed, he also wrote songs for Shalimar Pictures During this time, he was staying in Pune After independence, he became the editor of Aajkal He was later honoured with the Padmabhushan Josh spent the latter part of his years in Pakistan He passed away on 22nd February, 1982 in Islamabad Some of Josh s important works are Shola o Shabnam, Junoon o Hikmat, Fikr o Nishaat, Sunbal o Salaasil, Harf o Hikaayat, Sarood o Kharosh His autobiography is titled Yaadon ki Baraat.

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    • Yaadon ki barat is labelled as a controversial book but even after going through it again and again I was unable to find cause of people's distaste towards it.As far as its authenticity is concerned it is perhaps one of a few autobiographies in urdu based solely on truth(truth is something most of the ppl arent able to bear).Author should've omitted certain accounts of events and adorned it with fiction in order to gain favour of reades (as it is done in most of the autobiographies).But sadly th [...]

    • for my taste it was sinfully vulgar and inappropriate/ But the writing was good and the poet had led an interesting life so it was a fun read

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