Analysis of poems
- Agar Yon Hi Ye Dil Satata Rahega
- Apne Tain To Har Ghari Gam Hai, Alam Hai, Dag Hai
- Chaman Main Subah Ye Kahti Thi Ho
- Duniya Mein Kaun
- Ham Tujh Se Kis Hawa Ki
- In Morning The Dew Having Tears
- Jag Main Akar Idhar Udhar Dekha
- Mera Ji Hai Jab Tak Teri Justaju Hai
- Tohmaten Chand Apne Zimme Dhar Chale
- Tujhi Ko Jo Yan Jalwa Farma Na Dekha
Khwaja Mir Dard is one of the three major poets of the Delhi School — the other two being Mir Taqi Mir and 'Sauda' — who could be called the pillars of the classical Urdu ghazal.
Dard was first and foremost a mystic, a prominent member of the Naqshbandi Mujaddidi order, and the head of the Muhammadi path (tariqah muhammadiyah, a Mujaddidi offshoot) in Delhi. He regarded the phenomenal world as a veil of the eternal Reality, and this life as a term of exile from our real home. Dard inherited his mystical temperament from his father, Khwaja Muhammad Nasir Andalib, who was a mystic saint and a poet, and the founder of the Muhammadi path.
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