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Zikr-i Mir

the autobiography of the eighteenth century Mughal poet, Mir Muhammad Taqi ʻMir", 1723-1810

by MД«r TaqД« MД«r

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Published by Oxford University Press in New Delhi, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Mīr, Mīr Taqī, d. 1810,
    • Authors, Urdu -- India -- 1500-1800 -- Biography

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [204]-209) and index.

      Statementtranslated, annotated, and introduced by C.M. Naim.
      GenreBiography.
      ContributionsNaim, C. M.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPK2198.M49 Z47 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 214 p. :
      Number of Pages214
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL163090M
      ISBN 10019564588X
      LC Control Number99939179

      Zikr-i Mir, a prism through which not only the story of one person but that of a culture is refracted, should be of interest to not only Urduphiles but anyone interested in South Asian studies and Sufism, as well as historical narrations from a towering poet's perspective. We owe the translator a debt of gratitude for taking us into Mir's world.   , among other things, is an Urdu scholar and translator of the Urdu poet Mir Taqi Mir’s Zikr-i-Mir, Professor Emeritus of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago. In April , The Guardian published a longish piece by Samuel Gibbs entitled, “The most powerful Indian technologists in Silicon Valley.”.

      Mir Muhammad Taqi (), usually referred to as "Mir," is widely regarded as khuda-yi sukhan, or Lord of Discourse, in the world of Urdu literature. It was only fitting for C. M. Naim, himself a luminary in the field of Urdu studies, to translate Zikr-i Mir, Mir's Persian "autobiography." Naim . 3. In the book Zikr-i Iqba¯lit is said about Sayyid Mir Hasan: “In the days when Mirza sahib stayed in Sialkot, the Maulvi sahib (Mir Hasan) had frequent occasion to meet him. The Maulvi sahib observed him from close quarters. Although Sayyid Mir Hasan was a great devotee of the movement started by Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan, yet he.

      The complete review's Review. Hasan Shah's autobiographical novel tells the story of his ill-starred love for the dancing girl Khanum Jan. Obtaining a position as a munshi (clerk) to an Englishman, Ming Saheb, in Cawnpore (modern Kanpur), the young Hasan Shah also falls madly in love with one of the members of a touring group of dancers that has set up camp here. Mir Muhammad Taqi Mir (February - 21 September ), also known as Mir Taqi Mir or Meer Taqi Meer, was an Urdu poet of the 18th century Mughal India, and one of the pioneers who gave shape to the Urdu language itself. He was one of the principal poets of the Delhi School of the Urdu ghazal and is often remembered as one of the best poets of the Urdu language.


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Zikr-I Mir book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Zikr-i-Mir is a rare autobiographical narrative, originally in Persian, w /5(2). Zikr-i Mir is an unusual document from 18th century Mughal India. Mir, a poet famous for his ghazals, wrote mainly in Urdu, but he also penned verse and some prose -- including Zikr-i Mir-- in Persian.

Zikr-i Mir is a memoir -- of sorts. It is not a straightforward autobiographical account of the poet's life and work. Zikr-I Mir: The Autobiography of the Eighteenth Century Mughal Poet: Mir Muhammad Taqi Mir Paperback – Aug by C.

Naim (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from 5/5(1). Zikr-i Mir: The Autobiography of the Eighteenth Century Mughal Poet, Mir Muhammad Taqi ʻMir', of Urdu and Persian literature as well as to students of the social and cultural history of pre-modern north India."--BOOK JACKET.

From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual. Get this from a library. Zikr-i Mir: the autobiography of the eighteenth century Mughal poet, Mir Muhammad Taqi ʻMir', [MiÌ r TaqiÌ MiÌ r; C M Naim] -- "Zikr-i Mir is a rare, autobiographical narrative in Persian and its author, Mir Muhammad Taqi 'Mir', is one of the finest ghazal poets in Urdu.

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About the Book: Zikr-I Mir is a rare autobiographical narrative, in Persian, of Mir Muhammad Taqi 'Mir' (), one of the finest ghazal poets in Urdu, Mir led a rich professional life, as a poet and courtier, in Delhi and Lucknow during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries; and, although his autobiography is unconventional in its organization, it nevertheless throws interesting.

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50 Translation from Mir and Naim, Zikr-i Mir: 43 – 4 4. (Admonition) Dear friend, if you have a heart that thrives on grief it is a heart worth having; but having a grief that can consume your.

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No comparison with. Zikr-i-Mir is a rare autobiographical narrative, originally in Persian, written by Muhammad Taqui Mir, considered by many to be the pre-eminent ghazal poet in Urdu. This book is intended for scholars of Urdu and Persian literature as well as students of the social and cultural history of pre-modern North India.

=Zikr-i Mir: The Autobiography of the Eighteenth Century Mughal Poet Mir Muhammad Taqi 'Mir' (translated from the Persian, with annotation and introduction). New Delhi: Oxford University Press, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, Mir also wrote the book Zikr-i-Mir in Farsi, which presents graphic details of infighting and violent clashes in those times.

Mir had seen the wars of succession and the brutalities committed on rivals, because he was employed with the Nawabs and Rajas who were important actors in this gory drama.

Naim (Choudhri Mohammed Naim, born 3 June ) is an American scholar of Urdu language and literature. He is currently professor emeritus at the University of Chicago. Naim is the founding editor of both Annual of Urdu Studies and Mahfil (now Journal of South Asian Literature), as well as the author of the definitive textbook for Urdu pedagogy in English.

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