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Jul 15, Kalam Hazrat Baba Bulleh Shah | Free Pdf Books. Shaheed e Karbala Aur Kirdar e Yazeed History Books, Knowledge, Pdf, Consciousness. Punjabi Poetry of Baba Bulleh Shah in Punjabi-Hindi-Urdu. Baba Bulleh Shah (), is a shining star of Punjabi Sufi Poetry. His poetry is a great satire on any Lantarani Das Ke Jani Hun Kyun Mukh Chhupaia E. Maati Kudam. Kalam e Baba Bulleh Shah - Bulleh Shah, sometimes Bulla(h) Shah (– ) (Punjabi: بلہے شاہ) was a Punjabi Sufi poet, humanist and.

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Archive for Punjabi Books. Kalam Hazrat Baba Bulleh Shah pdf. Lahore, Iqbal Cyber Library Urdu. Over the years we have seen a growing identity crisis in Pakistan.

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Small wonder — since the only Pakistani identity left to us, without it turning controversial, is our national anthem, which hardly anyone understands; saluting our national flag, on which the green symbolises Islam, and the white which has the pole running through it, symbolises religious minorities; the image of our founder, Muhammad Ali Jinnah on our bank notes, devoid of his ideology; and the brooding profile of our national poet Allama Iqbal.

In fact, an objective study of the history of this land leading up to partition is required, not so that we hold our heads in dismay, but so that we may learn from the past and be wiser about our future.

Born as a Pakistani, it is my birthright to learn about and celebrate all that makes up the diverse cultural identity of this land. One of the basic mistakes that our leaders of the past made was to try and artificially create a homogenous culture around the Urdu language and what was perceived as mainstream Islamic culture, at the cost of the indigenous rich languages of this land with the wisdom that has flourished here for centuries.

Learning about real cultural heritage is about much more than simply preserving our past.

The annual three-day Urs festival of the great poet-saint Baba Bulleh Shah was held at his shrine in Kasur a week ago. During the festival, one TV channel called me on their show and gave me all of eight minutes to sing and speak about the poetry of the saint. Another channel wanted to invite me for an hour-long program on Michael Jackson, which I politely declined.

Granted that Michael Jackson, like Bruce Lee is a folk legend even in Pakistan, but have we lost touch with our indigenous folk heroes to the extent that we need to import icons to make up for our own cultural ignorance?

A malang dancing to a Sufi kalam being sung by other malangs at Bulleh Shah's shrine.

It was during the time, when I set out in search of the source of my own personal faith, and studied the teachings of various traditions, that I discovered that the same universal message of humanity exists in the very fabric of my land.

Parh parh aalim faazil hoyo kadi apne aap nu parheya hi nai Ja ja andar mandar maseetaa kadi man apne vich varheya hi nai Aiwein roz shaitan naal larhda kaddi nafs apne naal larheya hi nai Bulleh Shah asmaani urhdi pharda, jerha ghar bettha onhon pharheya hi nai You read and read and call yourself a scholar but you never studied about yourself You keep visiting temples and mosques but you never entered inside yourself Every day you fight against Satan but you never fought against your own ego Bulleh Shah, you grasp for the flight of heaven, yet you never grasped what is within your own house Baba Bulleh Shah, who was born in in the town of Uch in Punjab, was loved for his character and the truth that he uncompromisingly expressed in his poetry.

Even during his lifetime, his verses were picked up and spread far by local bards.By Hafiz Aakif essay M.

For Bulleh Shah real knowledge came from history and real-life experiences. Banda Singh Bairagi was a contemporary of Bulleh Shah.

Bulleh Shah aptly discovered the basic contradictions of the society that were reflecting in religious differentiations. Often, devotees and superficial commentators create such stories to belittle the human efforts that these sages undertook to accomplish distinction.