جگرؔ بریلوی کا خاندانی پس منظر اور ادبی خدمات

Family back ground and literary work of Jigar Bravli

  • Ayaz Ali Jarah Lecturer, SBBU,SBA Nawabshah
  • Shafqat Ara H.M, Government High Scholl, Sakrand
  • Perwaiz Ahmed Assistant Professor, Government Degree College, Kandiaro
Keywords: Shyam Mohanlal, Jigar, Persian, Prolific Poet, Hunting

Abstract

jagar  Barelvi is known as a prolific poet, writer, and critic. He has written with great scholarly and research interest on the problems of language and literature, along with poetry of new color and mood. His book 'Healthy Language' informs readers about new linguistic issues and discussions.Jigar wrote poetry in several genres. Especially Ghazal, Rabai, and Masnavi became his sources of creative expression. A collection of Jigar's quatrains was published under the name 'Ras'.Jigar wrote his autobiography under the name of Hadith Khudi. This biography became very popular because of Jigar's interesting life events and beautiful style of narration. Jigar has published several other books on various topics. Jagger had a keen interest in sports since his childhood, which included flying kites and playing cricket, and then, after coming to college, he developed an interest in tennis. Along with carving and making pictures, he was also fond of playing songs. Later in his career, he developed a passion for hunting, which lasted for many years. They got married in 1913. After taking it, he was anxious to read further. But at that time, there was neither an MA nor an LLB in Bareilly, and it was not possible to go abroad for further education."My grandfather had three sons, the eldest being my father, Rai Kanhaiyalal. Born in 1850. The Sanolas were prominent in complexion, attractive features, broad foreheads, good stature and appearance, and were also endowed with intellectual qualities. The words of Persian poets were especially prominent. He had a special devotion to Hafiz Shirazi. Like his father, he had an entrance certificate in the English language. But by studying books and mastering writing, he developed the power that the great Englishmen used to marvel at his style of writing and his accent Jigar (real name: Shyam Mohanlal) was born in Bareilly in 1890 and died in 1976.

Published
2024-02-28