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Rubāʻiyāt Shāyān̲

Author: Shāyān̲ Qidvāʼī; Riyāz Qidvāʼī
Publisher: New Delhi : Farīd Buk Ḍipo : Milne kā patah, G̲h̲ālib Akeḍamī, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Poetry : Urdu : Bār avval
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shāyān̲ Qidvāʼī; Riyāz Qidvāʼī
OCLC Number: 741445984
Language Note: In Urdu.
Notes: Poems.
Description: 160 p. ; 22 cm.
Other Titles: Rubaiyyat-e-Shayan
Responsibility: Shāyān̲ Qidvāʼī, tartīb va tadvīn, Riyāz Qidvāʼī.

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Rubaiyat e Shayan

by zareekkhan (WorldCat user published 2013-10-07) Very Good Permalink

The poet chooses the most difficult and the one becoming increasingly extinct form of urdu poetry in which you must describe the scenario in just 4 lines Unlike couplets of ghazal which don't necessarilyconvey entire context. Must read. Also Available at Ghalib Academy Delhi

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