Saraiki Poetry : Pinjray toun Anhrain tain: Saraiki Poetry

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9781491202760: Saraiki Poetry : Pinjray toun Anhrain tain: Saraiki Poetry
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Book is first publication from work of Saraiki Poet Malik Ghulam Rasool Dadda. Malik Sahib been active in struggle for independence of Pakistan through his poetry. Poetry is classical and unique work in Saraiki with attractive style of Malik Sahib. Hope reader will enjoy the Saraiki poems and style.

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Malik Ghulam Rasool Dadda (1921 - 1999) was a great Siraiki language poet from Jampur in the South Punjab of Pakistan. He was born on 23 April, 1921 near Jampur. He belonged to a zimindar (landlord) family. His grandfather, Ameer Muhammad, was an inspector in the British police, but after some time he resigned and revolted against the British. He used to supply arms to the rebels. He also boycotted the British type of schooling and thus the family went backward in modern education. Even after partition the sons of Ameer Muhammad Dadda did not agree to send their children for modern education. Thus Ghulam Rasool was unable to get a modern education until he was an adult of 18 years. He used to go to school without the permission of his father secretly and received primary education from his Hindu teacher after this age. Later he came into contact with the modernists and educated people like Atta Muhhamad khan Buzdar who was a parliamentarian. Ghulam Rasool is reputed to be great poet of Saraiki. The main theme of his writing was muslims of Pakistan and poor peasants. He was also involved in local politics and was a social worker. He died in August 1999.

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