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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Sep 27, W rated it really liked it Shelves: poetry. This book represents the art of a romantic young woman,her desires and longings,some quite wistful. Delicate emotions are expressed beautifully.
The book does justice to its title "khushboo" fragrance. It was a great loss to Urdu poetry,when Parveen Shakir died tragically in a traffic accident.
She was still young,but left a rich legacy. View 2 comments. Shelves: urdu , favorites , poetry. Undeniably, the best of the best by a female poet. Parveen Shakir is the pioneer of azaad poetry. The way she interprets her feelings and desires for her beloved; the pain and longing she felt and not to forget her desire to retain girlhood for eternity and the fear to never enter the realm of womanhood for she wanted her love to be as pure and chaste as that of a young innocent girl who knows no heartbreak and still love to stargaze at night.
The way she makes my heart melt when I feel amd read h Undeniably, the best of the best by a female poet. The way she makes my heart melt when I feel amd read her "Khushbu" is beyond description. View all 3 comments. Apr 26, Anita Rehman marked it as to-read Shelves: khushbu , khushbu-shelves , http-parveenshakir-wordpress-com , http-poetry-shayari-urdu-blogspot.
View all 5 comments. Beautiful collection of Azad Nazam by my favourite poet Parveen Shakir She's the one who spread like fragrance everywhere in very short time. But she will be everywhere through her poetry via her poetry and her imagination. Her poetry is not confined to love or tge feeling of love but she also wrote about attitudes. She at one hand write about deprivations and also discuss today's society while she is not in this world.
This book clearly depict the art of a romance of young woman,her wishes, need some sadness. Nuanced emotions have expressed beautifully by Parveen Shakir in form of poetry The book does total relatable to its title "khushboo" Feb 19, Omama.
Nov 03, Nusrat Zehra rated it it was amazing. She named her first book khushboo,fragrance. She loved flowers,she loved their fragrance and it was one of her favorite themes for her poems,from that day on words she sealed her name on the cartels of fame.
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About Parveen Shakir. Parveen Shakir. Parveen Shakir was an Urdu poet, teacher and a civil servant of the Government of Pakistan. Parveen started writing at an early age and published her first volume of poetry, Khushbu [Fragrance], in to great acclaim.
She subsequently published other volumes of poetry; all well-received. Shakir employed mainly two forms of poetry in her work, one being the prevalent Ghazal , and the other being fr Parveen Shakir was an Urdu poet, teacher and a civil servant of the Government of Pakistan.
Shakir employed mainly two forms of poetry in her work, one being the prevalent Ghazal , and the other being free verse.
Khushbu / خوشبو
This book contains the best collection of Parveen Shakir Poetry, Nazams, Ghazals, love and sad poetry in Urdu language. Urdu classic poetry , Urdu romantic ghazals and poems on various topics of Parveen Shakir Sahiba. Parveen Shakir was one of the most famous poetess of Urdu language. She was born on 24 November in Karachi.
A Tribute to the Khushboo (Fragrance) of Parveen Shakir
Khusbhu is a volume of poetry written by Pakistani poet and columnist Parveen Shakir , and published in The poetry in Khushbu , like most of Shakir's subsequent work, can be divided into two categories: the ghazal [plural: ghazalyaat ], and free verse. Most of Shakir's ghazalyaat contain five to ten couplets, often - though not always - inter-related. The ghazalyaat in Khusbhu heavily rely on metaphors and similes, which are repeatedly and thought-provokingly used to bring force, thoughtfulness and lyricism in her work. Other metaphors Shakir commonly used in the book are mausum [weather] for times, ghulab [rose] for the female lover, titli [butterfly] for a Romeo, hava [wind] for a wayward love, darya [river] for affection, baarish [rain] for affection, and aandhi [storm] for difficulties.
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