محمد مومن خان ھ (ء) میں پیدا ہوئے۔ وفات ء (ء) میں ہوئی۔ والد کا نام حکیم غلام نبی خان تھا۔ آپ کے اجداد کا گھر دہلی میں شاہ عبد. Momin Khan Momin (–) was a late Mughal era poet known for his Urdu ghazals. . (), p. ; ^ Ali Jawad Zaidi, A History of Urdu literature, Sahitya Akademi (), p. ; ^ D.J. Matthews, Urdu Literature, South Asia Books ( ), p. So read the top collection of Momin Khan Momin poetry and Shayari from the books online. Free download of PDF format of Momin Khan Momin books is also .
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Geography 7. Autobiography One of his very famous ghazals starts with the following matla the first line of the opening couplet of a ghazal. It refers to the dust or 'dirt soil' that is used for burial of Muslim bodies. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Criticism Momin Khan Momin.
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The couplet in question was:. This couplet's beauty is in its succinctness and multiple layers of meaning. One of his very famous ghazals starts with the following matla the first line of the opening couplet of a ghazal.
It refers to the dust or 'dirt soil' that is used for burial of Muslim bodies.
The poet refers here to the dirt in which his body will become mixed, after burial. Momin Khan Momin's poem: Momin was mainly a poet of romantic disposition, yet his poetry was simple and easy to understand.
He also predicted his death by predicting that he would lose his limbs before his death and was mentioned in the verse 'dast-o-bazu'. This prediction came out to be true as he fell off a ladder and died. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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