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The Kulliyat e Habib Jalib is a urdu poetry book for the interesting peoples and for those who ever read the poetry books. I suggest when you. Urdu Poetry books of Habib Jalib حبیب جالب کی کتابیں - Read poetry of Habib Jalib by Free download of PDF format of Habib Jalib books is also available. Free Download urdu Kulliyat e Habib Jalib urdu poetry in which the social stories of our society create with great romance is collected by.

For American alms do not bray Do not, the people, laugh away With the democratic struggle do not play Hold on to freedom, do not cave in What does Pakistan mean There is no God Confiscate the fields from the landowners Take away the mills from the robbers Redeem the country from its dark hours Off with the lordly vermin What does Pakistan mean There is no God I Pakistan Ka Matlab Kya? Amrika se mang na bhik Mat kar logon ki tazhik Rok na janhoori tehrik Chhod na azadi ki rah Pakistan ka matlab hai kya La Ilaha Illalah…. Endangered are the beasts of prey Multicoloured cars which in the streets sashay And for whom the American hearts sway Islam is not in danger Due to our slogans the palaces shake and tremble The towering ornate shops cannot our hopes quell. Endangered are the robbers of the highway Western traders who make hay Thieves and tricksters who waylay Islam is not in danger Holding aloft the banner of peace, loving all humans, we are on the go Loving all the world, O Jalib, is our proud credo. Endangered are the palatial predators The kings and their abettors Nawabs and other such traitors Islam is not in danger. Khatra hai zar daron ko Girti hui diwaron ko Sadiyon ke bimaron ko Khatre mein Islam nahin Sari zamin ko ghere hue hain aakhir chand gharane kyon Naam nabi ka lene wale ulfat se begane kyon. Khatra hai khun khwaron ko Rang birangi karon ko Amrika ke pyaron ko Khatre mein Islam nahin Aaj hamare naaron se larza hai bapa aiwanon mein.

This land in fact, my dear, belongs to peasants and workers Here will not run the writ of a few clannish marauders. The dawn of freedom is heralding the end of tyranny Hindustan belongs to me and Pakistan belongs to me. IV Ghazal. Hindustan bhi mera hai aur Pakistan bhi mera hai Lekin in donon mulkon mein Amrika dera hai. Aid ki gandam kha kar ham ne kitney dhokey khai hain Poochh na hamne Amrika ke kitne naaz uthai hain. Phir bhi ab tak wadi-e gul ko sangeenon ne ghera hai Hindustan bhi mera hai aur Pakistan bhi mera hai.

Khan Bahadur chhodna hoga ab to saath Angrezon ka Ta bah gareban aa pahuncha hai phir se hath Angrezon ka. Macmilan tera na hua to Kenedy kab tera hai Hindustan bhi mera hai aur Pakistan bhi mera hai. Yeh dharti hai asal mein, pyare, mazdooron dahqanon ki Is dharti par chal na sakegi marzi chand gharanon ki. The children were shot dead The mother, in fury, said These pieces of my heart Should cry and I stand apart Looking on from afar This I cannot do.

Bachchon pe chali goli Maan dekh ke yeh boli Yeh dil ke mere tukde Yun royen mere hote Mein dur khadi dekhoon Yeh mujh se nahin hoga. Mein Dur khadi dekhun Aur ahl-e sitam khelen Khun se mere bachchon ke Din-raat yahan holi Bachchon pe chali goli Maan dekh ke yeh boli Yeh dil ke mere tukde Yun royen mere hote Mein dur khadi dekhun Yeh mujh se nahin hoga.

Meidan mein nikal aayi Ek barq si lehrai Har dast-e sitam kanpa Bandooq bhi tharrai Har simt sada gunji Mein aati hun, mein aayee Mein aati hun, mein aayee.

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Daulat ke parastaro Dharti hai yeh ham sab ki Is dharti ko naa-dano! Angrezon ke darbano! Our eyes yearn for greenery The garden is a bloody mess For whom should I sing my songs of love The cities are all a wilderness The garden is a bloody mess.

The rays of the sun, they sting Moonbeams are a killing field, no less Deep shadows of death hover at every step Life wears a skull and bone dress All around the air is on prowl With bows and arrows, in full harness The garden is a bloody mess.

Haryali ko aankhen tarsen bagiya lahoo luhan Pyar ke geet sunaoon kis ko shehar hue weeran Bagiya lahoo luhan. Dasti hain suraj ki kirnen chand jalaye jaan Pag pag maut ke gehre saye jeewan maut saman Charon ore hawa phirti hai le kar teer Kaman Bagiya lahoo luhan. God is not yours, to Him we have access He does not look kindly on those who oppress. How long, you men of pelf, will you bleed us white Get off our backs, you who in filthy lucre take delight You satans it is dust that you will soon bite We believe that He treats mankind with loving tenderness He does not look kindly on those who oppress.

Light of new wisdom we are going to see A fire flares up, seeing our agony In this new magical dawn will burst forth the blossoming tree He brings hopes to those who are mired in distress God is not yours, to Him we have access He does not look kindly on those who oppress. Lahoo piyoge kahan tak hamara dhanwano Badhao apni dukan seem-o zar ke deewano Nishan kahin na rahega tumhara shaitano Hamein yaqeen hai ke insaan usko pyara hai Khuda tumhara nahin hai khuda hamara hai Use zameen pe yeh zulm kab gaawara hai.

Nai shaoor ki hai roshni nigahon mein Ek aag si bhi hai ab apni sard aahon mein Khilenge phool nazar ke sahar ki bahon mein Dukhe dilon ko isi aas ka sahara hai Khuda tumhara nahin hai khuda hamara hai Use zameen pe yeh zulm kab gawara hai.

When we arise to wake the poor, the have nots A beeline to the police station they make, these wealthy sots.

It plays an important role to invoke the change in any society. The element of revolution in the poetics has enjoyed a celebrated status since last three centuries.

There are poets who fill the spirit across nationwide with their poetic genius. Vladimir Mayakovski from Russia and Faiz Ahmed Faiz from Pakistan are counted in the list of forefront revolutionary poets of the world. Both poets poetically as well as practically marked their name in the revolutionary arena.

This research follows the theory of Social Realism initiated by Karl Marx which helps to understand that no piece of art and literature is just created for amusement; rather there are certain social realities that make a way towards the development of more faithful literature.

The researcher has comparatively analyzed the gathered data according to the theoretical framework. In the end, it comes into consideration that Faiz and Mayakovski infer their revolutionary genius from their surroundings.

They voice for revolution just because the society motivates them to do so. The current study, as a whole, tends to aware the upcoming researchers and students to observe this edge of social reality as well. It doubtlessly presents the resolute reflection of the society. It tends to reveal the already existing as well as entirely unborn sides of any society based on its different social aspects.

Initially, human literature was only restricted to its oral form, but with the passage of the time, it also got modification and progress. The next development of the literature was its transformation into the appropriate written form which became recordable and was handed down to successive generations. Although literature also deals with scientific records as well as historical technologies, yet so far the most entertaining genres of it have been such as short story, novel, travelogue, drama, essay, and poetry.

As being the beloved genre of literature, poetry comes into contact with very many vicissitudes of the society.

It almost gets on to deal with all dimensions of the society. The poetry comes into many forms such as rhyme, meter, and scheme.

As the literature progressed and got developed in the formal written form, written form of poetry also came into the prescribed version. The initial themes of the poetry mostly dealt with the themes i. But as the world grew advanced in the field of development, themes of poetry also changed according to the particular notions of worldly societies. Thus, poetry till today remains the piercingly appealing subject of the literature that does not merely talk about the imaginative creations but also sheds the light on the crucial areas of any society in a more vivid and digestible manner.

In the poetic genre of literature, the English language seems to possess its own standards. English literature proudly owns the poet and laureates like Milton, Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Arnold and Shelley.

Besides, English literature, other languages across the globe has also got their own prominent poetic figures. Different poets all around the world have timely been voicing the burning issues of their societies in their poems.

Faiz Ahmed Faiz from Pakistan and Vladimir Mayakovsky from Russia 5 are marked as the most revolutionary poets of the twentieth century.

Both poets are the products of their distracted society which was hanging somewhere between the verge of capitalism and socialism. Inequality, injustice and malevolence were the key issues to be countered in the twentieth century society of Pakistan and Russia.

They have meticulously drafted out the heinous and cruel faces of the social classes where there was rarely observed the respect and worth for common folks in the contemporary societies. Daily routines and the hostility of mundane life paved a way to sharpen the intellect of Faiz and Mayakovsky.

It was the significant time, when the poetry got shifted from the windows of narrow drawing rooms to the larger streets of the eastern and western world. Faiz was born in February in Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan. He writes his poetry in both languages; Urdu and Punjabi.

A larger portion of his poetry can be found in the Urdu language, because the Urdu was common language in Indian literary circles and besides, it was also the lingua-franca of the newly independent state of Pakistan.

Faiz truly illustrates the real conflicts of the society in his poetry. On the forefront, Faiz inspires the youth to combat with ruling class of the country and promotes the teachings of the Marxist ideology among the masses.

His key topics are the revolt against the torturous bourgeoisie and the rebellion against lustful ruling class who suppress the common people of the society for their personal benefits.

Because of his blunt writings, he was also jailed and was exiled to Lebanon as well. His poetry never gets old because still today, there happen to exist more or less the same crucial boundaries and problems across the globe. He remained a profound comrade and the international revolutionary figure throughout his life. Hence, he often paid visits to the Soviet society as well. Mayakovsky, on the other hand, also shows his vehemence and anger against the ruling authorities and writes about the anxieties and the tensions of the then Soviet society.

Like Faiz, Mayakovsky also sights rebellion and revolution as a creative redemption for human progress rather than just the political transformation.

Mayakovski was born on 19th of July in in the Soviet Union. He adopts the communist ideology and went on to propagate the very philosophy 6 of communism and Marxism through his poetry as well. He, too, writes against the Russian establishment as it that time used to be aggressive and hostile to the humanist ideologies more especially to the Marxist thoughts. In his life, he has been harshly taken by government actors.

He commits suicide in and it is said that, roundabout , people attended his funeral congregation. Russian laureates lovingly regard him as the honest proletarian poet of the Russia. After his death, Joseph Stalin remembered him as the most talented and the precious heritage to the Soviet epoch. Both poets; Faiz and Mayakovsky sternly oppose the very notions of the oppressing class and stand by the common class of their society.

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The researcher comparatively unravels the revolutionist elements from the poems of Faiz and Mayakovsky in the light of Marxist theory of Social Realism. The current research evaluates the idea and knowledge of socialism from the selected poetry by applying the Marxist theory of Social Realism that in what manner both poets depict the social realities more importantly the element of revolution.

Initially, no significant comparative study with reference to aforementioned theory has been done by any researcher on the revolutionary poetry of Faiz and Mayakovsky. Therefore, the present work weighs up the revolutionary concepts under the light of Marxist theory of Social Realism. It has been carefully assessed that how the elements of revolution have been portrayed in the world literature.

The main motive of researcher is to notice the conditions in which the two poets have portrayed the theme of revolution by implementing the Marxist theory of Social Realism. To comparatively analyze the Marxist revolutionary elements as portrayed by Faiz and Mayakovsky in their poems. How does Faiz depict the revolutionary elements in his poetry? How does Mayakovsky envision revolutionary elements in his poetry? What are the similarities and differences in the visions of both the poets?

Shackles on Your Feet Faiz 2. At the Top of My Voice Mayakovsky 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3.

Research Methodology 4. Data Analysis 5. Revolution is often described as an elementary change in any political and partisan authority or hierarchical influence or any legislative construction that occurs relatively in particular period of time, when people stand against the current establishments adopting the ways of overt as well as covert revolt.

Or Revolution can be defined as an overthrow or disallowance of imposed policies by any political or hierarchal power over the common people, where people stand up against and resist such sort of political or organizational power and change the entire scenario by thoroughly throwing all powers. Moreover, the word revolution has been stratified into two more types by one of the great Greek philosopher Plato.

If we take a look back into the pages of history we would come to realize that revolution has happened over the number of centuries in human history and oscillate extensively in terms of procedures, period and inspiring ideology.

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As a result, it brings many major changes in social, cultural, economic and political organizations. His poetry carries the anger and vehemence against the ruling class of Pakistan. Although his parents were firm Muslims yet there are found a kind of agnostic and secular elements in his poetry.

Faiz projected the doctrines of internationalism and communism in his poetry. He was a profound activist of Communist Party of Pakistan. He also associated his ties with Russian communist circles. As his poetry manifested the confrontation against ruling party of Pakistan, he was jailed in Rawalpindi and later on in Karachi. He worked in the Futurist Movement and wrote a great amount of work during his leftist career.

He also directed plays and worked in films as well. He was the member of the Communist party of Soviet Union during the Russian civil war. He shared a very complex and tumultuous relationship against the Russian government. As being a Bolshevik activist, he was sent to prison. He committed suicide at the very young age of 30 years in In his poems, he extremely evokes his ardent desire for the socialist revolution.

Poems of Vladimir Mayakovsky give the true picture of revolution and revolt against the powerful class especially Hierarchy, which has been continuously and consistently ruling over common people. Both poets have brilliantly brought out the theme of revolution in their poems with wonderful vividness.

Vladimir Mayakovsky and Faiz Ahmed Faiz have perfectly portrayed the theme of revolution in their poems. In the same way, for other poets across the world, poetry has remained a perfect weapon to resist and revolt against the illegally imposed political powers.

Besides, the poem illustrates the spirit of protest and revolt against the problems and sufferings faced by innocent people in 10 the society.

More importantly the poem superbly serves the voice of revolution for suppressed people and it also suggests raising your voice to resist the pebbly path created by political power. Theory of Marxist Social Realism has helped to accomplish this work.

Similarly, the greatest Sindhi poet of the twentieth century Shaikh Ayaz has also thrown light about revolution in one of his poem, which states that wherever and whenever any injustice happens it simply happens against me.

The voice of one innocent person is a voice all human beings.

If any innocent person is oppressed, the entire mankind is oppressed. If injustice happens to one person, it basically happens to all.

In this poem the single person presents the entire mankind who has been facing ferocious unfairly because the violent and suffering is common to everyone. Violence caused by a single person symbolizes all violated people and suffering caused by an innocent person signifies all innocents of the mankind.

In the light of theory of Marxist Social Realism, the researcher has lain out the current research. The poem begins with a question arisen by working class about the horrors of war that took place in the Spain.

He shares his ideas so painfully in his poem by recalling the death of his friend Lorca who was sentenced to death by government during the period of resistance in the Spain. He himself was the eyewitness of that war which broke out in Spain.

Hence, each of the scenes that he goes on to display in his poem shows that how working class was oppressed; how common people got to be killed so mercilessly. Moreover, the poem gives the overall picture of blood of poor and innocent people in the streets of Spain and particularly the massacres being dedicated by fascist in Spain.

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These revolutionary thoughts of Pablo Neruda have been discussed with the help of theory of Marxist Social Realism. Though, he lived in London on self-exile yet he believed that he could feel the fragrance of freedom in Syria and his voice seemed echoing all around the Damascus, the voice coming from the homes of his parents in Syria which encompassed a serious sign of freedom. Everybody tended to feel free including Qabbani himself and he 11 witnessed the new dawn was just rising over the Syria.

Syria, according to the poet, was going to be free from every chain and love, peace; prosperity appeared there to welcome the land with its all kindness. The researcher has deliberated these views of Nizar Qabbani by applying the theory of Marxist Social Realism.

Mahmoud Sami al Baroudi is an Egyptian poet who is popularly known as the lord of sword and pen. Egypt has seen number of revolutions throughout her history, where people have straightforwardly been standing up against the social injustices and have confidentially been demonstrating the powerful protests against the tyrannical authorities. Baroudi illustrates in his poem that people of Egypt left their homes and stood against the corruption and tyranny.

For number of weeks; they kept on struggling and protesting against the social injustice. Besides, this poem also shows the anger of people towards the illegitimate oppression and cruelty by dictators. Additionally, this poem straightly states that unity of people and national integration can possess the firm power of overthrowing any cruel form of government. These arguments are highlighted beneath the theory of Marxist Social Realism.

In the same way, another profound figure of Arab world, a Tunisian poet Abu al Qasim al Shabbi has also shared his brilliant thoughts in terms of revolution that took place in Tunisia. The poem suggests that the people of Tunisia, who were facing a number of problems such as freedom of speech, freedom of thought, lake of political freedom, corruption, unemployment, food inflammation and poor living conditions.

Each and every person came out from their homes and chanted against the bad governmental system and boldly protested against the social and political shortcomings of leaders. Hundreds of people died and thousands were injured during the protest but yet they kept on protesting and they achieved what they were looking forward.

Even the poet himself took part in the protest, poets of that time believed that poetry is a best way to motivate and encourage people to stand against injustice. This statement has been rightly conceded with the elements of Marxist Social Realism theory. Nazim Hikmet Ran happens to be a well-known Turkish poet rightly known as a poet of the world. In this poem, Nazim Hikmet generally goes to show the very conditions of the Second World War, whereas he particularly portrays the circumstances of Hiroshima attacked with atomic bomb by American officials.

This poem is widely considered as an anti-war poem which perfectly conveys the message of peace. In this poem, Nazim Hikmet tells a story of a little girl who has been killed during the period of war, besides, poem proposes that the world is going towards the destruction and peace does not prevail anywhere.

People are fighting each other, killing the infantile children. A little girl who knows nothing about the destructive nature of people but instead they are being killed mercilessly. She requests for her safety and requests for every innocent child around, they are made to love not to kill. She conveys the message of humanity for all mankind and wish to let the world be like an innocent child who is totally unaware of these violence and destructive nature.

She sings the song of love and life, peace and prosperity. The poet through this poem is trying to convey the message of peace and harmony.