Baagh o bahar by Mir Amman. Identifier BaghOBaharPdfUnicode. Identifier-ark ark://t7wm6dv4c. Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Bagh-o Bahar (Qisa Chahar Darwesh) by Mir Aman Dehlvi Nikah o Talaq Aur Hamari Zimedariyan by Mufti Muhammad ZakirIn “Ikhlaqiat”. BAGH-O-BAHAR or. Tales of the Four MIR AMMAN OF DIHLI, by. DUNCAN ( another famous Fort William story, in Hindi, Urdu, and English). ~~~~~~~~~~~.

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And those who insist on Urdu being a “foreign language” may learn a lesson or two from the tales of four dervishes. The ones in the Bibliography are the main scholarly ones only; there are literally dozens of others floating around in bookstores and libraries; there are definitely Devanagari gahar too. It was generally believed that when Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia fell ill, his disciple Ameer Khusrau used to narrate the story of four dervishes to help soothe his pains.

Views Read View source View history. You can help by converting these articles into an encyclopaedia-style entry, deleting portions of the baharr normally not used in encyclopaedia entries. They are candid and frank.

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There is no bitterness or rancour. These individuals are from different backgrounds. We can join in their festivities, and also share their anger and anguish. While writing the dialogues, he reproduced the language spoken by the men and women in the street, keeping an eye on idiomatic and literary expressions when narrating the events.


First, they explain many particular physical objects and cultural practices that Smith and Forbes could observe at first hand, to which we now have no such direct access. Urdu represents, though so few in our country are prepared to concede it, the values and traditions of a truly composite and syncretic culture.

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Anybody who’s interested can easily track the process in full detail by comparing the relevant texts. And that too in a language that is almost entirely comprehensible even today.

In short, when it comes to matters of literary history– including his own– Mir Amman is not a reliable narrator. Therefore to think that amam Chahar Darvesh was written, except for its popularity with the British, who did not even understand Urdu, it was accorded any literary merit by learned men of India, is completely unrealistic.

He also published an edition of Haidari’s Tota kahanianother Fort William qissah text. In the text itself, Forbes uses square brackets, so anything I insert will be in double square brackets.

In the end, the story has a happy ending. In view of his own literary and historical influence, this choice of his text makes a good deal of sense.

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Patience and forbearance has its rewards. Harcourt and Fakhir Husain Boulder, Colo.: For a well-documented and extremely interesting refutation of Mir Amman’s claims, see Chapter One, pp.


It has been published in abridged editions and translated into many languages, including English, Hindi, Gujarati, French and Punjabi.

We can so easily relate, admire and dialogue with them. Azad Bakht, the king, has a son, his heir-apparent.

The merchant, the army chief and the four dervishes are beneficiaries of the king’s patronage. The text from which I’ve drawn the jpg images is: Amir Khusrau is a magnet for such claims: In his famous history of Lucknow composed c.

One change that I did make, however, was to eliminate his frequent use of italicization, typical of his time, for proper names. The structure of the tales, as indeed the narrative, is woven around themes of humanity, tolerance, kindness, benevolence and charity.

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This page has been accessed 1, times. Not only is he a thoroughly capable researcher, but he’s also a landmark in his own right: Mir Amman changed it into urdj vivid and colloquial language.

I am bringing on, with a great flourish, a fascinating pair of joined-at-the-hip translator-annotators who will act as guest editors for this extremely important text.