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Funny Urdu Poem - Karachi Ki Bus Main Safar Ho Raha Tha
17 Mar 2010
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Narrated Urdu Poem for all Urdu Lovers especially Kids!
5 Jun 2013
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Famous Islamic Urdu Poem of Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal for all Urdu Lovers especially for Muslim Youth!
5 Jun 2013
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Urdu Lori For Kids Urdu Song For Kids - Urdu Children Song
12 Feb 2014
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DREAMARTS presents kids song/ poem. Directed & Produced by UMAR DHAMI. performed by HASHIR & HAAD USMAN. the song / poem is present the preparation for school at early morning in two different way.
23 Aug 2009
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DREAMARTS presents kids song/ poem. Directed & Produced by UMAR DHAMI. performed by HASHIR & HAAD USMAN. the song / poem is present the preparation for school at early morning in two different way.
24 Aug 2009
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It's an Urdu poem written while the rule of British people in India, sung by several singers including Sonu Nigam and Faisal Tasleem ! Sarfaroshi ki tammana ab hamare dil mai hai
23 Feb 2009
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Jawab-i-Shikwah (The Response to the Complaint) by Allama Iqbal علامہ اقبال [Part 2]. Note: This is an Audio Version, InshaAllah real Ver. would be coming sometimes later ... This famous Urdu poem was written in 1912 as an answer to his earlier work "Shikwah". Credits: Edited by: Praizor, Audio Compilation: Iqbal Academy Pakistan, Voice: Muhammad Ali (Pakistani Movie Star), English translation: Dr. M.A.K. Khalil, Pictures: Flickr & Others For more information on this poem (جواب شکوہ) see its English translation on Iqbal Academy's site: *******www.allamaiqbal****/works/poetry/urdu/bang/translation/part07/28.htm
6 Sep 2009
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most romantic Urdu Nazm "WO KEHTI HAI" Written by: ATIF SAEED in a Beautiful, Magnificent and heart throbbing voice of RJ HASNI NAVEED AFRIDI ( Mast FM 103 Karachi )
2 Mar 2010
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Ahmad Faraz criticising the military government of Pakistan, In Zulfikar Ali Bhuttos time, which of all times should have been and in many ways was, Farazs, he was suspended from service by Maulana Kausar Niazi for a single verse of his that asked the books that advocate hate in the name of religion to be cast aside once for all. This misstep was soon corrected. Faraz suffered imprisonment and persecution under Zia and was so heartbroken that he left the country like Faiz and lived in exile for six years. His great poem Mohasra (The Siege) remains one of the most powerful indictments of military rule. Who else but Faraz could have written: Peshavar qatilo tum sipahi nahin (Soldiers you are not, you professional assassins). There can be no question that Faraz is also the greatest romantic Urdu poet of our times. But why do we treat our best and brightest so disgracefully, we should sometimes ask ourselves. Faiz was hounded all his life, except during the Bhutto years. Habib Jalib was jailed more than once. Ustad Daman was hunted as if he were a criminal. The progressive writers movement and its members were singled out for imprisonment and persecution as soon as Pakistan came into being. Why? In 2006, angered by something Faraz had written, the minions of the regime had him and his family evicted from their Islamabad house, their belongings placed on the street. There was a nationwide uproar and the government pulled in its horns but did not apologise. Last year, Faraz was dismissed from his post as head of the National Book Foundation on the orders of Shortcut Aziz, Citibanks gift to Pakistan. He is now gone but that infamous act is what he will forever be remembered for. Faraz has always had the courage to remain to the left of every military regime, while many of our leading literary lights have taken the path of least resistance and keeled over. Faraz said in an interview last year, I am against dictatorship and military rule. The time has not yet arrived when I should escape from the country out of fear. I will stay home and fight. Faraz remained involved in the movement to restore the illegally dismissed judges and used his influence to persuade fellow writers to join the protest. Asked once, when Zia was in power, why he had left Pakistan, he replied that he was in Karachi when an order was served on him, externing him from the province of Sindh. I said to myself, What have we come to when a man is exiled from his own land! Today, it is Karachi, tomorrow it will be Peshawar, the day after, Lahore. That is when I decided to leave. He also returned the Hilal-i-Imtiaz conferred on him. When asked why he had kept it for two years, he replied, Do you think it laid eggs in those two years? I know of no one who can match Farazs wit. Let me recount some vintage Faraz stories. One day Faraz heard loud banging at his door. He rose hurriedly to open it, only to see four or five bearded men in white skullcaps. Can you recite the Kalima? one asked. Why, has it changed? Faraz inquired.
12 Mar 2011
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DREAMARTS presents kids song / poem. Directed & Produced by UMAR DHAMI. performed by HASHIR & HAAD USMAN. the song / poem is present the preparation for school at early morning in two different way.
5 Sep 2009
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A Very Beautiful Poem Written By MOHSIN NAQVI And Recided By Zia Anjum [Me]....ضیاء انجم www.FaceBook****/Zia.Anjum Chalo Choro Muhabat Jhoot Hai, Ehd-e-Wafa Ik Shagal Hai Bekaar Logo Ka.....
7 Feb 2011
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Jawab-e-Shikwah (The Response to the Complaint) by Pakistani Poet Allama Iqbal علامہ اقبال [Part 1]. This famous Urdu poem was written in 1912 as an answer to his earlier work "Shikwah". Credits: Edited by: Praizor, Audio Compilation: Iqbal Academy Pakistan, Voice: Muhammad Ali (Pakistani Movie Star), English translation: Dr. M.A.K. Khalil, Pictures: Flickr & Others PS: This video was originally posted by the user, Praizor. PPS: The Translation does not do justice to the poem. It sounds a lot better in Urdu! | allama | iqbal | love | poetry | sufi | tasawwuf | poem | Allah | Prophet | Muhammad | Ummah | defend | long | live | Pakistan | Muslims | Muslim | Momin | Ehsan | Sufism | Sunni | rasool | Pakistani | Muslim country | 1947 independance | jang | Urdu | Arabic | Farsi | English subtitles |
17 Dec 2008
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Shikwah (The Complaint) by Allama Iqbal علامہ اقبال[Part 1]. This famous Urdu poem is written in 1911 at Lahore. Here Iqbal is complaining to Allah about the condition of Muslims. He was then a Professor of Philosophy at Government College, Lahore. A year later he wrote Jawab-e-Shikwah (Response to the Complaint). Shikwa (شکوہ) is from Bang-i-Dara [1924], Iqbal's first philosophical poetry book in Urdu. I dedicate this work to Iqbal, the great poet-philosopher of Islam. Credits: Edited by: Praizor, Audio Compilation: Iqbal Academy Pakistan, Voice: Muhammad Ali (Pakistani Movie Star), English translation: Dr. M.A.K. Khalil, Pictures: Flickr & Others For more information on this poem see its English translation on Iqbal Academy's site: (1) *******www.allamaiqbal**** (2) *******www.allamaiqbal****/works/poetry/urdu/bang/translation/part07/13.htm All Iqbal videos are available on "Google Video". Please check the following link and then follow the "from user" link to get other vids: *******video.google****/videoplay?docid=-2677301665120762707
29 Dec 2009
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Romantic Urdu Poem Ajab Masoom Ladki Hai in a beautiful voice of Hasni Naveed Afridi without song.
2 Mar 2010
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A Beautiful Urdu poem about the vitues and blessing of namaz/salah by Rashid Azam.
26 May 2010
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