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Urdu Poets

Urdu poetry boasts a long and storied tradition, boasting many notable poets who have significantly contributed to literary world. Below are a few renowned Urdu poets:

Allama Iqbal (1877-1938): Renowned philosopher, poet and politician Allama Iqbal is considered the national poet of Pakistan for his thought-provoking poetry that explores self-discovery, spiritual awakening and revival of Muslim societies worldwide.

Jaun Elia (1931-202): Jaun Elia is best known for his melancholic and somber poetry, delving deep into themes such as existialism, love and despair in an expressive style that makes his poems timeless.

Mirza Ghalib (1797-1869): Ghalib is considered one of the greatest Urdu and Persian poets, his poems known for their intricate wordplay, profound philosophical insights and expressions of pain and longing. His ghazals remain timeless works of poetry today.

Ahmed Faraz (1931-208): Faraz is widely recognized for his romantic and revolutionary poetry, often exploring topics such as love, politics and society through emotive verses that expressed his ideas in a powerful manner.

Mohsin Naqvi : was a beloved Pakistani Urdu-language poet renowned for his emotive, emotive poetry. Born May 5, 1947 in Dera Ghazi Khan and tragically passed away January 15 1996. Naqvi's poetry showcases deep introspection into human emotions, love, spirituality and social issues that reflect his deep sense of introspection and profundity of expression.

Here are just a few talented Urdu poets who have left an indelible mark on literature. Each poet adds their own distinct voice and perspective to Urdu poetry, making its history rich and varied.

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