Urdu Shayari

Shayari serves to romanticize various aspects of life, such as the beauty of a loved one or the pain of separation. It is also used for a variety of other purposes, including:
- Conveying social messages
- Sharing revolutionary thoughts
- Expressing a range of emotions, from love to pain
These poets, in my opinion, were some of the most romantic individuals, capable of romanticizing every emotion.
dil-e-nādāñ tujhe huā kyā hai
āḳhir is dard kī davā kyā hai
Mirza Galib expresses his one-sided love in such a poignant eloquence and the whole Shayari is filled with Shers that reach the depth of your heart.
Jaun Eliya says.
ye mujhe chain kyuuñ nahīñ paḌtā
ek hī shaḳhs thā jahān meñ kyā
and Ahmed Faraz agrees,
ab ke ham bichhḌe to shāyad kabhī ḳhvāboñ meñ mileñ
jis tarah sūkhe hue phuul kitāboñ meñ mileñ
I wish I could express myself with the same eloquence and depth as these poets. I have learned a lot from Poets like Mirza Galib, Ahmed Faraz, Meer, Sahir, and many others.
pattā pattā buuTā buuTā haal hamārā jaane hai
jaane na jaane gul hī na jaane baaġh to saarā jaane hai
Here, Meer says that the whole world has come to know about my love for you, but still somehow you have no clue.
One of the most beautiful parts about shayari is that though often there is a simple point to convey, it is done in such a way that the whole story unfolds.

I admire Mirza Galib for his sensitivity, a trait not typically valued in men of the 19th century. Despite societal expectaitons for men to be strong, insensitive and emotionally unavailable, Galib never shied away from expressing his feelings. Hew was evern mocked for his emotional openness, which was seen as feminine. In response, he said
dil hī to hai na sañg-o-ḳhisht dard se bhar na aa.e kyuuñ
ro.eñge ham hazār baar koī hameñ satā.e kyuuñ
Here he clearly states, if someone torments me, I will cry be it thousand times because my heart also fills up with pain and it’s not something made of bricks and stones.
credit: rekhta.org

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