Analysis of poems
- Aye Malihabad Ke Rangeen Gulistan Alvidaa
- Barsat Ke Raat
- Fkr Hithahri To Dil Ko Fkr-E-Khoobaan Kyon Na Ho
- Kya Hind Ka Zindaan Kaanp Raha Goonj Rahin Hain Takbren
- Muflison Ki Eid (Ahal-E-Daval Mein Dhoom Thi Roz-E-Sa_Iid)
- Naqsh-E-Khayaal Dil Se Mitaya Nahin Hanoz
- Qadam Insan Ka Raah-E-Dahar Mein Tharra Hi Jaata Hai
- Soz-E-Gham Deke Mujhe Us Ne Ye Irshaad Kiyaa
- Ye Din Bahaar Ke Ab Ke Bhi Raas Na Aa Sake
- Zindagii Khvaab-E-Pareshaa.N Hai Ko_Ii Kyaa Jaane
Josh Malihabadi (Urdu: جوش ملیح آبادی) (born as Shabbir Hasan Khan; شبیر حسن خان) was a noted Urdu poet born in British India, who was an Indian citizen until 1958, when he emigrated to Pakistan and became a Pakistani citizen. He wrote ghazals and nazm under the takhallus (Urdu for nom de plume) Josh (جوش) (literally, "Passion" or "Intensity").
Josh was born in an ethnic Afridi Pashtun family in Malihabad, United Provinces, British India. He studied at St Peter's College, Agra and passed his Senior Cambridge examination in 1914. Although Josh subsequently studied Arabic and Persian and, in 1918, spent six months at Tagore's university, Shantiniketan. The death of his father, Bashir Ahmed Khan, in 1916, prevented him from undertaking a college education.
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