Khwaja Mir Dard

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Khwaja Mir Dard
Native name
خواجہ میر درد
BornSyed Khwaja
1720
Delhi, Mughal Empire
Died1785 (84-85)
Occupationpoet
LanguageUrdu
Genrenafsi, lafzi
Notable worksChahaar Risaala, Ilm-ul Kitaab

Khwaja Mir Dard (1720-1785) (Urdu: خواجہ میر درد‎) was a poet of the Delhi School. He was a Sufi saint of the Naqshbandi-Mujaddadi Silsila and a mystic poet. He translated his mysticism into verse.

Poetry[edit]

Dard's couplet on this illusory life, from 'Ilm-ul-Kitab'[1]:

دوستو، دیکها تماشا یہاں کا بس

تُم رہو خوش ہم تو اپنے گھر چلے ۔‬

English Translation:

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.440328 Khwaja Humair Dard, Ilm Ul Kitab, p. 476

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