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Salaams,

Let me see how many are interested.

I think many are not even aware of his name. I may be wrong.

I will post only if I receive at least 10 requests.

khuda hafiz

Salam ,

I think people know about Diwan -e Chirkin that is why they are not asking it to be uploaded here.

Will it be morally alright to pload here?

I do not think moderators will agree for this ....and they will be right in that.

wassalam.

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Salam ,

I think people know about Diwan -e Chirkin that is why they are not asking it to be uploaded here.

Will it be morally alright to pload here?

I do not think moderators will agree for this ....and they will be right in that.

wassalam.

Salaams,

You may be right. That is why I need the opinions from other brothers. If majority agrees I will just provide a link to download. Allama Chirkeen was a Shia Poet but use to write DIRTY ASH'AAR (Not Vulgar). Many of his ASH'AAR are very famous. And a Lot of people are searching for his Diwan and it is not available anywhere.

One of his Shaeri is :

Khana Khilaya Yaar ko Apne Dast Se

Pyas jo lagi peshaab (Pesh Aab) kar diya.

Awaiting brothers for your inputs.

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Salaams,

You may be right. That is why I need the opinions from other brothers. If majority agrees I will just provide a link to download. Allama Chirkeen was a Shia Poet but use to write DIRTY ASH'AAR (Not Vulgar). Many of his ASH'AAR are very famous. And a Lot of people are searching for his Diwan and it is not available anywhere.

One of his Shaeri is :

Khana Khilaya Yaar ko Apne Dast Se

Pyas jo lagi peshaab (Pesh Aab) kar diya.

Awaiting brothers for your inputs.

One more

dar pe aajaye jo koi pyasa musafir

kardo us ke saamne tum paish aab

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Chirkeen-Nizam story.

If someone else knows it, please do recount it here. Meanwhile, I'll share the Chirkeen bit I know about the run-in with Rampur's Nawab:

It seems that the Nawab had a son born to him in the month of Muharram and wrote a barjastah misrah in celebration:

Daykha hae ham ne chaand Muharram meñ Eed ka ...

In the traditional way, he wanted a 'taareekh' written.

(For the unititiated, this is generally a phrase, a shayr, often a whole qatah, in which certain words are underlined to indicate that the letters that make up a part which, when totalled under a method that assigns each of them a value, numerically equal the year of the event. These are most frequently written for Births, Marriages, Deaths & so on. A difficult but, amazingly, not an uncommon skill in the old days. Examples abound in the works of Ghalib and others. Many of you are familiar with a non-year related example reached the same way: 786 for Bismillah.)

Being thrilled with his own 'clever' misrah, an announcement of reward was made by the Nawab to the poet who would write a taareekhi second misrah and complete the shayr. Angered by the Nawab's fiippancy with reference to Muharram, Chirkeen, a devout Shia, shot back the misrah that did what it was supposed to but was hardly usable :-)

Here's the full shayr with Chirkeen's second misrah:

Daykha hae ham ne chaand Muharram meñ Eed ka.

"Navvaab Rampur hae bayta Yazeed ka!" ...

I have copy - pasted the above content.

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I think we should be preserving this nayab thing to those who want to know about this Hazl Goi --a form of shairi done with such perfection by USTAD BAQAR ALI CHIRKEEN ,few of his ashaar I heard from my elders,with all respect for them,they were kind enough to transfer to us,therefore I don't think that it is something worse than what we allow our kids or family to watch on TV or let them see whilw they surf on net

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Salam ,

I think people know about Diwan -e Chirkin that is why they are not asking it to be uploaded here.

Will it be morally alright to pload here?

I do not think moderators will agree for this ....and they will be right in that.

wassalam.

Salam Sharib bhai

I 100% agree with you. I know Diwan-e-chirkin. I think there is no need to upload these sort of poetries over here. Yeh aik adabi mehfil hai, limit mein reh kar mazaak tau acha lagta hai. Lekin chirkin ki shairy limit se baala tar hai.

ws

H&S

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Bhai chirken ka kalam jald upload karden...i'll be greatful:Shehla

ARZ HAI..................................

[EDITED - AKHLAQ SE GIRI HUI SHA'ERI YAHAN NAHI CHALEGI]

GHULA MEHDI BHAI...................TARPAU MAT AUR JALDHI CHIRKEN KO UPLOAD KARDO.PLZ JHOOT NA BOLNA,AGAR KALAM NAHI HAI TU SAAF SAFF BATADEN.KIYUNKI YAHAN SARE LOG CHIEKEN KO CHAHTY HEN.ZIYA AKHLAQ WALY LOG YAHAN ZEHMAT NA KREN PLZZZZZZZZZZZ

Salam Sharib bhai

I 100% agree with you. I know Diwan-e-chirkin. I think there is no need to upload these sort of poetries over here. Yeh aik adabi mehfil hai, limit mein reh kar mazaak tau acha lagta hai. Lekin chirkin ki shairy limit se baala tar hai.

ws

H&S

HADI AUR SAQLEN: AAP LOG KHUWAMUKHWAH KA PANGA NA DALEN,GHULAM MEHDI KO CHIRKEN KA KALAM UPLOAD KARNEDEN.THANX

Edited by Nocturne

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[EDITED - AKHLAQ SE GIRI HUI SHA'ERI YAHAN NAHI CHALEGI]

Ye aap ki pehli post hey aur wo bhi itni gandi, tum larkay ho aur larki ka naam/nick rakh ker yahan aaye ho. Agar ye shair koi aap ki kisi family lady ko kahay tou?????

SHAME ON YOU.

Admin/Mod:

PLEASE BAN THIS MEMBER FOREVER.

Edited by Nocturne

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Sir,App intne naraz kiyun hen?jab chirken ki baat hogi tu aise shair bhi ayegy hazrat.apki info keliye i'm an educated girl & live in Rizvia.

Chiken ustad wrote it in bathroom..

[EDITED - AKHLAQ SE GIRI HUI SHA'ERI YAHAN NAHI CHALEGI]

Edited by Nocturne

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