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2 edition of poems of Khushhal Khan Khatak. found in the catalog.

poems of Khushhal Khan Khatak.

Khwushhal Khan

poems of Khushhal Khan Khatak.

With English verse translations by Evelyn Howell and Olaf Caroe, and an introd. by Maulana Abdul Qadir.

by Khwushhal Khan

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Published by Distributed by the Oxford University Press for the Pashto Academy, University of Peshawar in [Peshawar?] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsHowell, Evelyn Berkeley, Sir, 1877-, Caroe, Olaf Kirkpatrick, Sir, 1892-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPK6807 K5 A25
The Physical Object
Pagination98p.
Number of Pages98
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15360430M

  His poetry consists of more t poems. According to some historians the number of books written by him is more than But the books, which enjoyed more fame, are Baz Nama, Fazal Nama, Distar Nama and Farrah Nama. The Mazar of Khushal Khan Khattak is situated near the Railway Station of Akora Khattak in Nowshera district. Aged Khushal will thereupon Become a youth again. From C. Biddulph, Afghan Poetry Of The 17th Century: Being Selections from the Poems of Khushal Khan Khattak (London, )All praise is right and due to Him Whose praises all men sing. Whether their state be high or low All men give thanks to Him. All creation cries his Onenss.

  In , the Pashtun Cultural Society and Pashto Adabi Society of Islamabad/Rawalpindi sponsored and published a book on him, titled Khushal Khan: The Afghan Warrior Poet and Philosopher, written by Ghani Khan Khattak in English. His poetry is/can be found in the book The Poems of Khushhal Khan Khattak. Some of his poetry can also be read here. 1st English translation. 8vo hardback ( x mm). Ppxviii, Colour illustrations throughout. Pictorial boards. The quatrains of the warrior-poet Khushal Khan Khattak, the great poet of the Pashtun language, with an introduction by Raza Rumi, and notes by the translator, Sami ur Rahman.

  Khushal Khan Khattak (–) was a prominent Pashtun poet, warrior, and tribal chief of the Khattak wrote a huge collection of Pashto poems during the Mughal Empire in the 17th century, and admonished Afghans (Pashtuns or Pakhtuns) to forsake their divisive tendencies and unite against the Mughal Army.   PESHAWAR: Speakers at a function here billed the recently published research book a deep insight into the life and works of a versatile genius, Baba-i-Pashto Khushal Khan Khattak.


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