Sufinama

Rubaiyat

Rubaiyat, or quartet, is the plural of rubai, it is an Arabic word which literally means four. Among the forms of poetry, rubai is the name of the genre in which a theme is versified in four lines. Metrically, there are 24 syllables in a Rubai. Also, it is necessary for the rhyming elements to be common in the first, second and fourth hemistiches.

1829 -1900

A contemporary of Dagh Dehlavi. Famous for his ghazal 'Sarkati Jae Hai Rukh Se Naqab Ahista Ahista'.

1876 -1936

Celebrated Naat-poet famous for his Ghazal "Bekhud kiye dete hain andaz-e-hijaabana".

1644 -1720

Legendary Persian poet of the Sabak-e-Hindi style of poetry.

1777 -1848

Prominent Persian poet of Bihar associated with the Khanqah Mujeebia, Phulwari Sharif.

1893 -1954

Known for his couplet "Khud ka parda hai to khud Khud ko zara dekh to le".

1315 -1390

Most celebrated Persian poet well-known for his Faal-Nama.

1875 -1951

Freedom fighter, member of constituent assembly which drafted Indian Constitution. He gave the slogan "Inquilab Zindabad" during freedom movement. He was a devotee of Shri Krishna. He wrote the famous ghazal "chupke chupke raat din".

1414 -1492

A world-renowned poet of Sufi style.

1905 -1976

Poet famous for penning the Naat "Aapko Paataa nahin jab aap ko paataa hun"

1721 -1785

Noted Sufi poet with a deep sense of Music.

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