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Mirza Ghalib Poetry

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Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib, more popularly known by his mononym Mirza Ghalib, was an outstanding Urdu and Persian poet during India's Mughal Empire. Considered one of the great classical poets of both languages. Born December 27, 1797 in Agra India he passed away February 15, 1869 in Delhi India; Ghalib's poetry has long been recognized for its intricate language, profound themes, and timeless relevance.

Ghalib's poetry often explores themes of love, loss, philosophy, mysticism and life's challenges. His verses are marked by depth of emotion, wit and philosophical insight - not only was he known for ghazals but he excelled in various other forms of poetry as well. For an example of his work (in Roman Urdu), take a look here:

Ghalib's poetry often explored the depths of human emotions and struggle between self and world, drawing parallels to profound philosophical concepts in an easily understandable format. His exceptional language skills allowed him to convey such profound ideas succinctly; making him one of literature's greats.

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