Kashmiri Poet Samad Mir-(B)

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    Kashmiri Poet Samad Mir-(B)

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    This app is about famous Kashmiri Sofi Poet Samad Mir.

    Please download another app Poet Samad Mir-(Part B)

    صمد میر واتہ مہ بڈ بب-یہ ایپ بناو مے صرف امہ موکھ یتھ میر صاب نہ زندگی مطلق صحیح مولومات توھہ تان واتن-کنھہ کتھہ چھی میر صاب پانے ونان تہ کنھہ ژھا چھی تھند زیٹھ فرزند غلام رسول میر تمن مطلق ونان-یمہ کتھہ بوزتھ ننہ توھہ صمد میر صابنہ زندگی مطلق واریاہ پزر-واریاہ دوست آسن تشنہ زہ میر صآبنہ زندگی مطلق زانھو پزر، تھندی خاطرہ بنآو مہ تہ میآن نیچوی،یس دانش ناو چھو(تہ یس نویمہ جماژ چھو پران)یہ ایپ-میر صآبن زیوٹھ فرزند غلام رسول میر گو 28 مارچ 2013رحمت حق-تمن سیت اوس یہ انٹریو 2008ہس منز سیدواری خانیارک منتظر;فاروق احمد میرن،میر صآب نس روضس ;نکھے ریکارڈ کورمت-فاروق احمد چھو صمد میر صآبس باوزہ ھند نیچو

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    Special thanks to Imran Yousuf of Anchidora, Anantnag(Islamabad),great grand son of Samad Mir's murshid, Ramzan Dar Sahib,for his scholarly article on Samad Mir, used in the app.

    Developed by: Dr. Shakeel Ahmad Mir, Grandson of Samad Mir Nambalhar, Budgam, Kashmir.

    (I am Thankful to my son, Danish for helping me in designing app layout.)

    قد چونی وچھ مہ بالا - یا محمد مصطفےا

    حد و لا حد عرش اعلی ا - یا محمد مصطفےا

    نامہ پاک چون ھن چھو دشوار - نش عطار گژھ ھا

    صد ھزار بار زیو بہ چھل ھا - یا محمد مصطفے ا

    ھر صبا درود و صلوات - ژھن مہ کر اکھ ژھ تہ ساعت

    پانہ سوزان حق تعالےا - یا محمد مصطفےا

    (صوفی شاعر صمد میر)

    Samad Mir, a wonderful Sufi mystic poet of our beloved soil Kashmir lived in 20th century bequeathed heavenly verses and new approaches of mystic path and divine love. His verses are poetized in great rhythm, meter, deep connotation and knowledge about human behavior, existence of life and divine love. Samad Mir continued the Sufi mystical tradition in Kashmiri poetry in the 20th century.

    Samad Mir was born at Narwara Srinagar in the year 1894 and at the age of 65 he died in the year 1959. His Aastaan-i-Aaliya is situated at Agar, nearby village of Nambalhaar. Samad Mir belonged to a Sufi family, originally they were the residents of Nambalhar (Budgam) his father Khaliq Mir was also a Sufi poet who migrated from village Nambalhar to Narwara Srinagar at young age in search of earnings. He started working in a saw mill and eventually got married; he had three sons namely Samad Mir, Rahim Mir and Muhammad Mir. Till the age of maturity of Samad Mir, the whole family rested at Narwara but at the age of twenties Samad Mir decided to return back to Nambalhar.

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