Mirza Ghalib’s 220th birthday is being celebrated today
Mirza Ghalib’s 220th birthday is being celebrated today! The 220th birth anniversary of celebrated Urdu and Persian poet Mirza Ghalib is celebrated today. Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib has said a few thousand poems containing excellent poetry instead of piling on the Diwan and his letters have a special status in Urdu literature.
Thus Mirza Ghalib’s letters are considered masterpieces of poetry. Your full name was Mirza Asadullah Baig and was the dominant surname but he also used his name Asad as a pseudonym in some lyrics, for example. Treatment of grief-stricken depression
Mirza Ghalib was born on 27 December 1797 in Kala Mahal, Agra, and your father’s name was Abdullah Beg and his mother’s name was Elsa Anansa Begum. At the age of 13, you were married to Amrau Begum, but none of Ghalib’s children survived birth. These tragedies had a profound impact on the nature of the Mighty and his color was prominent in poetry as well.
Mirza Ghalib’s poetry combines human affairs, psychology, philosophy, cosmic style, and other subjects.
Ghalib’s poetry and prose left a deep imprint on Urdu literature, and he wrote many poems in Persian as well as in serious and sulse language. In this regard, the madman is full of many poems. Mighty survivors suffered from severe diarrhea and poverty.
On the one hand, they could not get their share of the property from the English Government; on the other hand, they were living for a lifetime because of a lack of sufficient credit. In the last days of his age, he reached the palace of Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last king of the Mughal Empire, and he was given sermons, Najm-ud-daulah and Debir-ul-Mulk.
After that, in the context of the War of Independence, street war broke out and Delhi was defeated. Numerous people were executed by the British, who confused Mirza Ghalib’s psyche until the Mughal Empire itself was left idle and then the whole of India went into British occupation.
Mirza Ghalib himself saw all the incidents of corruption, insurgency, and grief and was deeply saddened. On February 15, 1869, Mirza Ghalib left the universe and joined the Creator.