ISMAIL MERATHI Poetry

Ismail Mohammad Merathi son of Sheikh Peer Bakhsh, was born at Meerut in 1844. He learnt Persian and Arabic at home and passed Diploma from Roorkee Engineering College. At the age of 16, he started his career as a clerk. Later he joined a Government school at Agra as a teacher and retired from his s... Read More

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Eid k din bhi tanha hun.
Main phir bhi ji raha hun.

Teri eid khushion bhari ho.
Rab se karta y

Meri Har Baat Ko Ulti Woh Letay Hain..
Ab Ki Bar Pocha To Keh Dunga Haal Acha Hai..

Pathar Hai Tere Hath Mai Ya Koi Phool Hai,

Jab Tu Qabul Hai, Tera Sub Kuch Qabul Hai,

Phir T

Kabhi To Aisa Bhi Ho Ke logon Ki Baat Sun Kar
Meri Taraf Tum, Raqabtoon Ki Jalan Mein Aao….!!

eid ka chaand to nazar aa gaya par

Meri Rooh Tum Ko Dhondti Hai

choriyan main le aai hoon

pehnane aao gay Eid pe mujhe

Thandi Thandi Hawa Chal PaRri Hamare Veeraane Me..!

AandaAz BarRa
ZaAlim hy December Tere Jany

Piyari Muskan Liye Pharti Thi Woh Gaon Ki Larki...

Ay IshQ Teri Waja Se Aaj Usy Vadiyon Main Rot

Teri Yaad Bhi Kamal Karti Hai, ,
Kaise Kaise Dil Se Sawal Karti Hai, ,
Ik Pal Bhi Tanha Nahi Hone

ISMAIL MERATHI Poetry

Ismail Mohammad Merathi son of Sheikh Peer Bakhsh, was born at Meerut in 1844. He learnt Persian and Arabic at home and passed Diploma from Roorkee Engineering College. At the age of 16, he started his career as a clerk. Later he joined a Government school at Agra as a teacher and retired from his service in 1899. Ismail is one of the leading poets of new age and won a distinction as a children's poet. He disliked the unreal images and expressions of the old poetry, avoided conventional style and always played with the new ideas. He composed poems with directness and simplicity. Raza-e-Jawahar (1880) is a collection of his poems. His other publications are Kulliyat-e-Ismail (1910) and Hayat-o-Kulliyat-e-Ismail (1939). His poems, though meant for students of lower classes, do not fail to fascinate even the advanced students of Urdu literature.... Read More