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Kalam Hazrat Baba Bulleh Shah in Urdu compiled by Samiullah Barkat. Kalam Hazrat Baba Bulleh Shah is a collection traditional Islamic religious poetry in. Poetry of Baba Bulleh Shah Punjabi Pdf Free Download. Bulleh Shah Kehnde Ne Pujabi Poetry book by Syed Abdullah Shah Qadri Baba Bulleh Shah in Pdf. Bulleh shah muntakhab kalam ma urdu tarjuma book. Read reviews from world's largest community for readers. Urdu translation of Bulleh Shah's punjabi work.

Bulleh Shah's birth name was Abdul Shah. He was born in Bulle Shah was a Punjabi Sufi saint and poet. Bulleh Shah's poems are also called Kaafia. Bulle Shah's father's name was Shah Mohammed, who was a darvas. Bulle Shah took his early education from his father and took high education from Khwaja Ghulam Murtaza in Kusur.

She pushes the beauty away and embraces the badness. What do the bulla ask, if you want a paradise, then become a servant of Arine What do the bulla ask, if you want heaven, then become the servant of Arine. Thank you for the created world of God. There are many interesting topics in the life of Bulleh Shah.

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But a fact that is discussed everywhere, let's know what the context is: - one day Bulleh Shah reached the garden near his Guru Shah Inayat ji. Shah Inayat ji was so absorbed in his work that he had no news of the arrival of Bulleshah. Bulle Shah was watching mango engaged in that garden. Guruji asked the bullshah if you have broken this mango.

Bulle Shah said, "Neither do I climb up on the tree nor did I throw the stone. Guru ji saw Bulle Shah from top to bottom and said "Hey thou thief and clever too". Sai said, "Bullaye rab da pana, adro putna te oder lona" Bulle shah, the first initiation of Guru ji was settled in his life. These straightforward words opened the bulla's mind.

The bulla understood that turning his mind out of the world and turning toward GOD.

By seeing the philosophy of Satguru, the Bulla shah became unconscious. Bulleshah told his wish to Guru.

Kalam Hazrat Baba Bulleh Shah By Samiullah Barkat

Shah Inayat ji asked the reason for going there with the Bulleshah. Bulleshah said that there is Hazrat Mohammad's Rosa and Rasul Allah has insisted that he who visited my grave, he saw me alive. Guruji said that I will give the answer to it after 3 days. He says that he is neither an infidel nor an orthodox believer.

He is not intoxicated by the forbidden wine nor is he intoxicated by love of ecstasy. His state of love cannot be defined. It is formless. It is in the nature of things that love cannot be defined exactly, because there is something in love—as there is in pain—which cannot be portrayed or conveyed by description alone Muhammad He is close to the Divine yet he feels he is far away.

In one of his kafi, Bullah says Ever separated, my dreams are dreary, Looking for you, my eyes are weary. All alone I am robbed in a desert, Waylaid by a bunch of way words.

Having great Sufi wisdom, being a pious peaceful preacher, Bullah still finds something lacking in his life. He thinks that that gap can only be filled with the presence of his Divine Beloved. Having everything does not suffice his need for his beloved. This world is a place of pain for Bullah and he yearns and pleads in front of his beloved to come and embrace Bullah and to take his care.

Khan8 At first the love makes the lover so crazy and mad in search of the beloved that nothing mundane, earthly or of this world affects him. Then in second phase, separation leads to greater intensity in love. The lover yearns for union and experiences extreme restlessness. Lastly, lover sees the beloved in everyone and everywhere Shangari Such as: Bullah says, o beloved!

I am your slave I am dying to see your face I implore you hundreds of times to unveil your face for me How directly you have hit the arrow Bulleh Shah is lost in the passionate love of Divine.

He considers himself as a slave of his beloved. His own life is not his now, it belongs to the Divine. Bullah begs and begs for hundreds of times to see his Beloved. The extreme yearning for Divine beloved and repetition of recalling His name, dhikr, has transformed Bullah from Bullah to Divine. He claims that he himself has accomplished the union, and now no one should call him Bullah, because now he is no more Bulleh Shah.

Bulleh Shah is said to be impressed by Hallaj. At this point, Bullah holds fierce anger for the Mullahs, religious leaders, who stood by the side of politicians and rulers rather than the truth. Bulleh Shah has used many symbols for the love of Divine.

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One of those symbols is Ranjha. Bullah conforms to the beliefs of religion but he does not belief in orthodoxy and practicing religion without having the true essence of it. Yes, I am crazy!

Wherever is your beloved, there lies Kaaba, though you search the four books Yes, I am crazy! The implication is that God is everywhere not merely in this town This opinion of Sufis rejects the orthodox view. I am in love of my beloved, God. And that makes me reject the form of worship which these people are carrying out. I believe in spirit of worship not the form of worship. Bulleh Shah not just experienced great fame at his time but was also disgraced by many.

First ones to condemn his views were among his family while others also did not hesitate to shun him. Bulleh Shah also realized that his opinion of religion and love for God is way too high for the common folks to absorb.

He soul evolved with all the mystical experiences he came through and expressed his all his stages and phases of love in his mystical poetry. His poetry is like a sea with numerous rivers flowing into it. One of the most prominent themes found in his poetry is love.

Bulleh Shah, through his kafis and couplets, has reproduced the feelings of a person who experiences intoxicated and all-consuming love. Furthermore, it tells how a fanatical lover is unaffected by the worldly or ordinary affairs and the taunts of the people. Bulleh Shah believes in embracing love, once one becomes a true lover there is no burying the truth. He himself expressed all kinds of love in his poetry.

Several Kafis are totally based on Shah Hussain's verses with little alteration or addition.

Kalam Hazrat Baba Bulleh Shah By Samiullah Barkat

And, it is obvious that a poet of Bulleh Shah's calibre would never plagiarize another poet. Some Kafis are so repetitive and carry religious themes which are more likely written by a lower-level poet. Bulleh Shah is taken to be a major representative of anti-Sharia themes and his predecessors' work is also credited to him.

Therefore, it is extremely difficult to sort out Bulleh Shah's authentic Kafis, requiring the reader to be very diligent. Bulleh Shah's poetry takes the reader to a slippery slope where, sometimes, lyricism, simple vocabulary and use of popular folk symbols are so enchanting that they do not press the reader into exploring their deeper meaning.

Due to its lyricism and apparent simplicity, explaining Bulleh Shah's poetry is the hardest for a literary critic and hence it has prompted some to say that Bulleh Shah is an overrated poet. It looks like Bulleh Shah's simplicity may have encouraged many to add their own poetry to his name.

The fact of the matter is that Bulleh Shah is very subtle and philosophically very articulate if one starts scratching beneath the surface. Bulleh Shah further honed the philosophical contours of Punjabi intellectual discourse. His predecessors had been alluding to determinants of history in symbols like Shah Hussain's ' Rab da bhana' God's wish. Bulleh Shah clearly established that human relations and consciousness are determined by historical conditions.

In the verse ' hukam hazoroon' orders from the Supreme he affirmed the concept of a pre-determined historical process but also unearthed the dynamics of change where the weakest can conquer the most powerful. Bulleh Shah was witnessing the declining Mughal empire, its ruling elites' downfall while the Sikh movement was rising. Some Sikh literary critics have interpreted Bulleh Shah's symbol of "Bhurian wale" as a slight but they fail to understand that Sufis preferred "Bhura" over the Mullah's white sheet.

Though Sikhs had not captured state power by then, Bulleh Shah's sharp eyes could see where history was heading. Bulleh Shah aptly discovered the basic contradictions of the society that were reflecting in religious differentiations. He gave them new dimensions and deepened the philosophical discourse. You stay awake but dogs are also awake at night! Bulleh Shah would not have cared about it at all! Bhaj bhaj warna ay mandir maseeti Te kaday mann apnay wich warya ee na You run to enter temples and mosques But you never entered your own heart You rush to holy shrines to play a part, Would you dare enter the shrine of your heart Larna ay roz shaitaan de naal Te kadi nafs apnay naal larya ee na Everyday you fight Satan But you never fight your own Ego You are quick to attack the evil one, yet pride is a battle you have not won.

Bulleh Shah asmaani ud-deya pharonda ay Te jera ghar betha unoon pharya ee na Bulleh Shah you try grabbing that which is in the sky But you never get hold of What sits inside you You grab for a star you can control, yet fail to grasp the light in your soul. God is All! Hum Mann ke darya mein doobey Kaisi nayya?

Kya manjhdhaar? We have drowned in the river of Self the boat and the flowing waters do not matter We are lost in this river of self, no boat or streams are of any help. Bas kareen o yaar Stop it all my friend End the race, my friend Ilm-oun bas kareen o yaar Stop seeking all this knowledge my friend Stop trying to know it all, my friend.