sabsaab poetry book persian edition

Download Book Sabsaab Poetry Book Persian Edition in PDF format. You can Read Online Sabsaab Poetry Book Persian Edition here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

Cuttings From The Annual Review Vol I Vi Containing The Contributions Of Southey

Author : Robert Southey
ISBN : BL:A0018176036
Genre :
File Size : 26. 53 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 704
Read : 224

Download Now



Persian Poets

Author : Peter Washington
ISBN : STANFORD:36105028641764
Genre : Poetry
File Size : 77. 68 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 886
Read : 378

Download Now


Celebrating the accomplishments of the medieval Persian poets, this anthology of poetry from the era and home territory of Rumi includes the work of Hafiz, Attar, Jumi, Saadi, and other lesser-known one-name Persian literary heavyweights.

No God In Sight

Author : Altaf Tyrewala
ISBN : 0144000601
Genre : Indic fiction (English)
File Size : 49. 83 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 217
Read : 532

Download Now


A Brilliant And Daring Novel About Present-Day Bombay&Mdash;And The Individual Lives That Spark The City&Rsquo;S Consciousness.

The Untold Charminar

Author : Syeda Imam
ISBN : 9788184759716
Genre : Literary Collections
File Size : 74. 35 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 597
Read : 603

Download Now


A dazzling collection that captures the essence of Hyderabad, offering glimpses of the various strands that go into its making, fact and legend, old-world quaintness and the highest hi-tech, eccentricity and intrigue, the calm of genteelness and the fury of rebellion. Hyderabad is a city once ruled by the worlds richest man who invested most lavishly in his state, most shabbily in his wardrobe; it holds stories of a courtesan who fought wars, counselled prime ministers, sang her own verse and enthralled luminaries who mattered; of a chief minister who transformed it into a hi-tech hub; and of a sports star who brought the young glamour of India to every tennis court in the world. Home as much to the Golconda as to Jacob, the 187-carat diamond used as a paperweight by the Nizam, and to rock landscapes two and a half million years old, Hyderabad is a city that forever mixes cultures, cuisines, religions and languages. Here, Persian turned alloy with Telugu, Marathi and Arabic to yield a special version of Urdu, Dakhini. And here, as Andhra mingled with Telangana, a smiling mildness has survived, disarming at every turn, just as grace under pressure, regardless of gender, is unfailing. In The Untold Charminar readers will discover a city they will want to explore, as Sarojini Naidu, Sir Mark Tully and William Dalrymple rub shoulders with Ian Austin, Meenakshi Mukherjee and Anees Jung, regaling you with their feast of hard facts and hearsay; as each foreign visitor shares his story through Narendra Luther; as the film-makers Shyam Benegal and Nagesh Kukunoor paint their vivid memories of home; as poets, not just the maverick Makhdoom and Gaddar, raise their voices in song; as statesmen, academics and aficionados hold forth on the completely different Hyderabad each experienced. And when Tejaswini Niranjana profiles the vigilante Vijayasanthi and Dharmender Prasad picks out place names and explains their sometimes almost mystic origins, as Bachi Karkaria, Omkar Goswami and Harsha Bhogle share their typically offbeat views of a favourite city, readers will be persuaded to believe they have encountered not a city but the inner workings of a very complex character.

A History Of Ottoman Poetry

Author : Elias John Wilkinson Gibb
ISBN : UOM:39015005885408
Genre : Turkish poetry
File Size : 41. 84 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 897
Read : 539

Download Now



Persian Love Poetry

Author : Vesta Sarkhosh Curtis
ISBN : 1566569559
Genre : Poetry
File Size : 31. 69 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 625
Read : 849

Download Now


Each poem is illustrated with a fine example of Persian art. With a brief introduction to the Persian poetic tradition, this beautiful anthology is the perfect way to discover the treasures of Persian literature and art.

The Book Of Dhaka

Author : Wasi Ahmed
ISBN : 9781905583805
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 56. 82 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 654
Read : 797

Download Now


Dhaka may be one of the most densely populated cities in the world - noisy, grid-locked, short on public amenities, and blighted with sprawling slums - but, as these stories show, it is also one of the most colourful and chaotically joyful places you could possibly call home. Slum kids and film stars, day-dreaming rich boys, gangsters and former freedom fighters all rub shoulders in these streets, often with Dhaka's famous rickshaws ferrying them to and fro across cultural, economic and ethnic divides. Just like Dhaka itself, these stories thrive on the rich interplay between folk culture and high art; they both cherish and lampoon the city's great tradition of political protest, and they pay tribute to a nation that was borne out of a love of language, one language in particular, Bangla (from which all these stories have been translated).

Top Download: