Ghazals

The ghazal (Persian: غزل‎) is a form of amatory poem or ode, originating in Arabic poetry. A ghazal may be understood as a poetic expression of both the pain of loss or separation and the beauty of love in spite of that pain.

The ghazal is a short poem consisting of rhyming couplets, called Sher or Bayt. A ghazal commonly consists of between five and fifteen couplets, which are independent, but are linked – abstractly, in their theme and more strictly in their poetic form. Almost all ghazals confine themselves to less than fifteen couplets. For a poem to be considered a true ghazal.

Sath Manzil Thi Magar Khauf-O-Khatar Aisa Tha..

Sath Manzil Thi Magar Khauf-O-Khatar Aisa Tha.. Rahat Indori Shayari ! Sath manzil thi magar khauf-o-khatar aisa tha, Umar bhar chalte rahe log safar aisa tha. Jab wo aaye to main khush bhi hua sharminda bhi, Meri taqdir thi aisi mera ghar aisa tha. Hifz thi mujh ko bhi chehron …

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