Mirza Ghalib


'Mirza Ghalib' - 14 News Result(s)

  • Shashi Tharoor Misquotes Mirza Ghalib Poem, Javed Akhtar Had This To Say

    Shashi Tharoor Misquotes Mirza Ghalib Poem, Javed Akhtar Had This To Say

    Shashi Tharoor today received some friendly advice from award-winning poet and lyricist Javed Akhtar, after admitting yesterday he had been misled over the date of Mirza Ghalib's birth anniversary and authenticity of poetry

  • Happy Valentine's Day 2018: Romantic Shayari, SMS, Wishes, Messages To Share With Your Partner

    Happy Valentine's Day 2018: Romantic <i>Shayari</i>, SMS, Wishes, Messages To Share With Your Partner

    This Valentine's Day, along with chocolates, flowers and the usual gifts, surprise your companion with a couplet from Mirza Ghalib or some profound shayari. Send it as a message or even better, read the shayari to them in person and see them melt into a puddle. Happy tears guaranteed!

  • Famous Mirza Ghalib Lines That Leave Deep Imprints On Heart And Mind

    Famous Mirza Ghalib Lines That Leave Deep Imprints On Heart And Mind

    On Mirza Ghalib's 220th birth anniversary today, here are some of the famous sher by the legendary poet that manage to pierce the heart.

  • Google Doodle Honours Mirza Ghalib On His 220th Birthday

    Google Doodle Honours Mirza Ghalib On His 220th Birthday

    Google's doodle today celebrates the poet, Mirza Ghalib on his 220th birth anniversary. A prominent Urdu and Persian-language poet during the Mughal era, Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan was born in Agra on 27 December 1797.

  • It's About Celebrating Tech That India Creates: Satya Nadella

    It's About Celebrating Tech That India Creates: Satya Nadella

    Microsoft's India-born CEO Satya Nadella on Monday said developers and entrepreneurs from India are playing a key role in driving innovation - both in the country and outside - and the company wants to be the platform for creators here.

  • Man Allegedly Misbehaves With AAP Lawmaker Alka Lamba, Arrested

    Man Allegedly Misbehaves With AAP Lawmaker Alka Lamba, Arrested

    A man was slapped by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) lawmaker Alka Lamba when he allegedly tried to misbehave with her while she was inspecting heritage mansion of renowned poet Mirza Ghalib in New Delhi on Thursday.

  • Ghalib's Agra Forgets Him on 218th Birthday

    Ghalib's Agra Forgets Him on 218th Birthday

    Mirza Ghalib, whose contribution to Urdu literature was perhaps as significant as that of Shakespeare to English, was born here on this day over 200 years ago. The Taj city on Saturday not only forgot to celebrate his birthday but also does not have a decent memorial to the poet, activists said.

  • The Great Indian Epic, Ramayana, Gets an Urdu Twist

    The Great Indian Epic, Ramayana, Gets an Urdu Twist

    Strange as it sounds, a 'Mirza Ghalib meets Tulsidas' scenario is being played out at a Ramlila maidan in Faridabad. The Shraddha Ramlila group has hit upon the idea of punching in Urdu couplets with Hindi dialogues to narrate the great Indian epic.

  • The Great Indian Epic, Ramayana, Gets an Urdu Twist

    The Great Indian Epic, Ramayana, Gets an Urdu Twist

    Strange as it sounds, a 'Mirza Ghalib meets Tulsidas' scenario is being played out at a Ramlila maidan in Faridabad. The Shraddha Ramlila group has hit upon the idea of punching in Urdu couplets with Hindi dialogues to narrate the great Indian epic.

  • India-Born Author Brings Mirza Ghalib's Treasure to Americans

    India-Born Author Brings Mirza Ghalib's Treasure to Americans

    India-born author Surinder Deol has penned a new English translation of Mirza Ghalib's works to bring the famous Urdu poet to North Americans as also those South Asians who have lost touch with their native languages.

  • India-Born Author Gives a Taste of Mirza Ghalib to Americans

    India-Born Author Gives a Taste of Mirza Ghalib to Americans

    An India-born former World Bank staff member turned poet and novelist has penned a new English translation of famous Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib's works to meaningfully engage American readers.

  • Nargis Fakhri: Would wear an Indian dress for my wedding

    Nargis Fakhri: Would wear an Indian dress for my wedding

    Nargis Fakhri, who turned a royal bride for designer duo Ashima and Leena on the day four of India Bridal Fashion Week, expressed her desire to dress up like an Indian bride for her wedding.

  • Bishan Singh Bedi gives Mushtaq Mohammad guided tour of Old Delhi

    Bishan Singh Bedi gives Mushtaq Mohammad guided tour of Old Delhi

    Bedi and his former Northamptonshire teammate "Mushy" visited famous Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib's haveli and popular Mughal cuisine eatery Karim's in the walled city here.

  • How Delhi forgot its best-known poet

    Mirza Ghalib, the best-known of the Urdu poets of Delhi during last Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar's rule, wrote: "Hum ne mana ke taghaful na karoge lekin/Khak ho jayenge hum tumko khabar hone tak! (You will not be indifferent, I know/ Nevertheless, dust I'll be by the time you get my news)."It can hardly be said that the poet's memory ha...

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'Mirza Ghalib' - 14 News Result(s)

  • Shashi Tharoor Misquotes Mirza Ghalib Poem, Javed Akhtar Had This To Say

    Shashi Tharoor Misquotes Mirza Ghalib Poem, Javed Akhtar Had This To Say

    Shashi Tharoor today received some friendly advice from award-winning poet and lyricist Javed Akhtar, after admitting yesterday he had been misled over the date of Mirza Ghalib's birth anniversary and authenticity of poetry

  • Happy Valentine's Day 2018: Romantic Shayari, SMS, Wishes, Messages To Share With Your Partner

    Happy Valentine's Day 2018: Romantic <i>Shayari</i>, SMS, Wishes, Messages To Share With Your Partner

    This Valentine's Day, along with chocolates, flowers and the usual gifts, surprise your companion with a couplet from Mirza Ghalib or some profound shayari. Send it as a message or even better, read the shayari to them in person and see them melt into a puddle. Happy tears guaranteed!

  • Famous Mirza Ghalib Lines That Leave Deep Imprints On Heart And Mind

    Famous Mirza Ghalib Lines That Leave Deep Imprints On Heart And Mind

    On Mirza Ghalib's 220th birth anniversary today, here are some of the famous sher by the legendary poet that manage to pierce the heart.

  • Google Doodle Honours Mirza Ghalib On His 220th Birthday

    Google Doodle Honours Mirza Ghalib On His 220th Birthday

    Google's doodle today celebrates the poet, Mirza Ghalib on his 220th birth anniversary. A prominent Urdu and Persian-language poet during the Mughal era, Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan was born in Agra on 27 December 1797.

  • It's About Celebrating Tech That India Creates: Satya Nadella

    It's About Celebrating Tech That India Creates: Satya Nadella

    Microsoft's India-born CEO Satya Nadella on Monday said developers and entrepreneurs from India are playing a key role in driving innovation - both in the country and outside - and the company wants to be the platform for creators here.

  • Man Allegedly Misbehaves With AAP Lawmaker Alka Lamba, Arrested

    Man Allegedly Misbehaves With AAP Lawmaker Alka Lamba, Arrested

    A man was slapped by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) lawmaker Alka Lamba when he allegedly tried to misbehave with her while she was inspecting heritage mansion of renowned poet Mirza Ghalib in New Delhi on Thursday.

  • Ghalib's Agra Forgets Him on 218th Birthday

    Ghalib's Agra Forgets Him on 218th Birthday

    Mirza Ghalib, whose contribution to Urdu literature was perhaps as significant as that of Shakespeare to English, was born here on this day over 200 years ago. The Taj city on Saturday not only forgot to celebrate his birthday but also does not have a decent memorial to the poet, activists said.

  • The Great Indian Epic, Ramayana, Gets an Urdu Twist

    The Great Indian Epic, Ramayana, Gets an Urdu Twist

    Strange as it sounds, a 'Mirza Ghalib meets Tulsidas' scenario is being played out at a Ramlila maidan in Faridabad. The Shraddha Ramlila group has hit upon the idea of punching in Urdu couplets with Hindi dialogues to narrate the great Indian epic.

  • The Great Indian Epic, Ramayana, Gets an Urdu Twist

    The Great Indian Epic, Ramayana, Gets an Urdu Twist

    Strange as it sounds, a 'Mirza Ghalib meets Tulsidas' scenario is being played out at a Ramlila maidan in Faridabad. The Shraddha Ramlila group has hit upon the idea of punching in Urdu couplets with Hindi dialogues to narrate the great Indian epic.

  • India-Born Author Brings Mirza Ghalib's Treasure to Americans

    India-Born Author Brings Mirza Ghalib's Treasure to Americans

    India-born author Surinder Deol has penned a new English translation of Mirza Ghalib's works to bring the famous Urdu poet to North Americans as also those South Asians who have lost touch with their native languages.

  • India-Born Author Gives a Taste of Mirza Ghalib to Americans

    India-Born Author Gives a Taste of Mirza Ghalib to Americans

    An India-born former World Bank staff member turned poet and novelist has penned a new English translation of famous Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib's works to meaningfully engage American readers.

  • Nargis Fakhri: Would wear an Indian dress for my wedding

    Nargis Fakhri: Would wear an Indian dress for my wedding

    Nargis Fakhri, who turned a royal bride for designer duo Ashima and Leena on the day four of India Bridal Fashion Week, expressed her desire to dress up like an Indian bride for her wedding.

  • Bishan Singh Bedi gives Mushtaq Mohammad guided tour of Old Delhi

    Bishan Singh Bedi gives Mushtaq Mohammad guided tour of Old Delhi

    Bedi and his former Northamptonshire teammate "Mushy" visited famous Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib's haveli and popular Mughal cuisine eatery Karim's in the walled city here.

  • How Delhi forgot its best-known poet

    Mirza Ghalib, the best-known of the Urdu poets of Delhi during last Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar's rule, wrote: "Hum ne mana ke taghaful na karoge lekin/Khak ho jayenge hum tumko khabar hone tak! (You will not be indifferent, I know/ Nevertheless, dust I'll be by the time you get my news)."It can hardly be said that the poet's memory ha...

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