Dagh Dehlvi Shayari In Urdu & Hindi

Dagh Dehlvi  his full name was Nawab Mirza Khan  (25 May 1831 – 17 March 1905) was a poet known for his Urdu ghazals. He belonged to the old  Delhi school of Urdu poetry. He wrote romantic and sensuous poems and ghazals in simple and chaste Urdu, minimising usage of Persian words. He laid great emphasis on the Urdu idiom and its usage.

He wrote under the takhallus (Urdu word for Nom de plume) Dagh Dehlvi, the meanings of Daagh, an Urdu noun, include stain, grief and taint while Dehlvi means belonging to or from Dehli or Delhi). Here I am presenting some famous Ashar from his selected poetries. hope you will read and enjoy and share to your beloved …

Dagh Dehlvi Shayari

 

 

Arz-e-ahwaal ko gila samjhe

Kya kaha main ne aap kya samjhe..

 

 

Aaina dekh ke yeh dekh  sawarne wale

Tujh pe beja ti nahi marte yeh marne wale..

 

Aao mil jao ke yeh waqt na paoge kabhi

Main bhi humraah zamane ke badal jaunga..

 

Abhi aai bhi nahi kuch-e-dilber se sada

Khil gai aj mere dil ki kali aap hi aap..

 

Aur honge teri mahfil se uthane wale

Hazrat-e-dagh jahan baith gaye baith gaye..

 

Aayadat ko meri aa ke woh taqeed kerte hain

Tujhe hum maar dalenge nahin to jald acha ho..

 

 

Baad muddat ke aye Dagh samajh main aya

Wahi daana hai kaha jis ne na mana dil ka..

 

Baat ka zakham hai talwar ke zakhmon se siva

Kijye qataal magar munh sr kuch irshad naa ho..

 

Bahut roya hunn jab se main ne yeh khwab dekha hai

Ki aap ansu bahate samne dushman ke baithe hain..

 

Be- talab jo mila mila mujh ko

Be- garaz diya jo diya tu ne

 

Chahat ka jab maza hai ki woh bhi hon beqarar

Dono taraf ho aag baraber lagi hui..

 

 

Chaak ho parda-e-wahshat manzoor nahi

Varna yeh hath garibaan se kuch dur nahi..

 

Chup -chap sunti rahti hai pahroon shab-e-firaq

Tasveer-e-yaar ko hai meri guftagu pasand..

 

Dagh ka kaun tha dene waala

Jo diya aye Khuda diya tu ne..

 

Darta hun dekh ker dil-e-be-arzoo ko main

Sunsaan yeh ghar kyon na ho mehman to gaya..

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