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Josh honoured as revolutionary poet, raised his voice against British rule and mobilized Indian people against it through his patriotic poetry. He made overthrow of British rule his goal and was ready to sacrifice even his life for the sake of freedom. My slogan is Revolution, Revolution and Revolution. During and after Quit India Movement his poems were sung in public demonstrations by Indian people irrespective of caste and religion in many cities of India.
Even his poems were broadcasted from Berlin Radio. However, many of his poems were seized and banned by the British Raj which, are now available in banned literature in national archives of India. But despite the fact, hundreds of copies of his poems were reprinted and distributed among people. Historical analysis of this poem helps us in measuring the extent of patriotism during 20th century.
A historical analysis of the poem shows that Urdu poets were true lover of freedom and staunch enemies of the British rule. As this poem greatly provided moral and emotional support to Quit India movement its analysis is worth mentioning. Josh wrote this poem at a time when world war second was in its full swing and Allied powers claimed themselves the greatest champions of humanity and projected Axis powers a big threat to human peace and security.
Josh criticizes Britishers for pretending to be guardians of humanity and forgot their own criminal past. You all say Hitler is a wolf and, That wolf should be killed for the sake of peace and eternity. You feel a wind of autumn thwarting the garden of humanity And cry the humanity is in suffocation I extremely wonder to hear it in your quarters, That you worry about the future of the human race.
When you came here as traders, Where you not aware about the future of humanity. Was not in Indians the spirit of liberty, Tell honestly, was that not the population of humans. Josh again reminds them the destruction of Indian industries and crafts, atrocities on peasantry, craftsmen, weavers and commoners.
He also refers to their policy of divide and rule, intrigues against Indian princes, suppression of E-ISSN 33 nationalist feelings, atrocities committed, murder of Mughal princes, exile of Bahadur Shah Zaffar, Jallanwala Bhag massacre and other killings: Did you remember the story of your extreme cruelties, Did you remember that criminal times of the company. Did you remember the scene of exile of sultan of Delhi, And the times of the bloody story of the loin hearted Tipo.
You came to hold a hungry trembling man, Whose heads did you brought before Bahadur Shah.
They were now unable to hold their colonies. Josh warns British not to pretend to be guardians of human future, but to introspect their black past. He advised them to bow before the call of time and the call of the time is end of the British rule. The poem was actually written with an objective to counter the British propaganda and expose their hallow claims, as well as to sabotage the ideological tools used by Britishers for maintaining their imperialist permanence and befooling the people in the name of humanity and democracy: Now you sail the boat of peace on sea wave I very much worry why you teach lessons of truth.
The men of strength do not auction truth, They do not endanger the justice. Now you stress on morality, Perhaps you are not in a strong position now. Right men are enlightened and fallacious are blind, These are the words of weak nations. Today you are not perhaps strong enough, Erothanatos, Vol. Why do you say justice is prior duty of man, Have you not now the capacity to divide and suppress Now you stay under the shades of righteousness, God forbade did you feel sprain in your feet.
Encouragement of freedom fighters Although, hundreds of patriotic poems were written, to reinforce freedom fighters and increase the pace of freedom movement but it is not possible here to analyze all of them. However, an effective analysis can be drawn from the revolutionary poems of Ali Javad Zaidi.
Some of his worthy mentioning patriotic poems are; hayat, siyasi qaidi ki rihayi, manzeelean, kaidi ki laash, holi, bagawat etc. Maanzelean stages is a revolutionary poem composed by a great nationalist and revolutionary poet Ali Jawad Zaidi. The poem is divided into four stanzas, each comprising eight verses. This poem is full of revolutionary patriotism.
Hence the poem has a deep meaning and is very difficult to understand. However after a critical and comprehensive study one is able to catch the theme.
The poem is actually an appeal to freedom fighters of the time to fight till they liberate the country from British rule. The poet makes aware the freedom fighters about all the possible stages that a freedom fighter may encounter during the process of fighting the British Raj. In the first two stanzas the poet cautions freedom fighters about the cunning nature of British Indian rules. The poet awakens the freedom fighters that the British rulers can offer him everything in the form of comforts, joys, amenities, wealth, power, governance and anything E-ISSN 35 he may wish for abandoning the ongoing freedom struggle which at that time was at a decisive mode.
But the author warns him not to be deceived by them and not to stop the struggle. Thousands of such stages will come, where buds will bloom on every step.
Where summers would be full of love, where there would be fountains of joy. Where coquetry postures, will show, will teach sincerity.
Where there will be twisted movements, where the sight will be the that of colorful tides. Where you will be shown picturesque scenes, where your eyes will seduce you. Where manifestations will sing every movement, where waves will rise in every heart. So, the researcher intends to apply a stylistic approach in analyzing and comprehending the selected poetic work of Dr. In this regard, the researcher selects Iqbal's Shikwah from the domain of his Urdu poetry for stylistic study.
Stylistics is one of the wonderful approaches to analyze and appreciate literary work. This approach is considerably descriptive. Stylistic study is focused on finding out the meanings that lie behind the lines of the poem on an objective basis.
Ones' personal sentiments do not involve in this kind of analysis. The nature of this research is analytical. So, the researcher uses various approaches to achieve data for this study but mainly he gets benefits from the published material.
Language in India www. Widdowson , p. In a non-literary text, style is learned because we want to explain something, while literary stylistics explains the relations between language and artistic function. In other words we can say that stylistics studies literary texts using linguistic description.
Short also shows his interest not only in the linguistics forms of he analyzed texts i. How , but he also studies the meaning i. From this point of view short , p. Stylistics is an area of meditation between language and literature H.
G Widdowson, , p. Considering the multi-faceted nature of stylistics and its relationship with linguistics and literary study, Nils Erik Enkvist writes in Linguistic Stylistics: We may regard stylistics as a subdepartment of linguistics and give it a special subsection dealing with the peculiarities of literary texts. We may choose to make stylistics a subdepartment of literary studies which may draw on linguistic method. Or we may regard stylistics as an autonomous discipline which draws freely, and Language in India www.
Scholar A Stylistic Analysis of Iqbal's Shikwah eclectically, on methods from linguistics and from literary study. An Encyclopedia of the Arts Vol. Crystal and Davy have pointed out towards this issue.
They write that stylistics has been considered "a developing and controversial field of study for several decades. The European English Messenger 2, 1, He calls stylistics 'ailing'; and according to him it is on the 'wane' in one hand but on the other hand he himself accepts that "more alarming again, few university students are eager to declare their intention to do research in stylistics". Paul Simpson , p. In this context, Paul , p. The high academic profile stylistics enjoys is mirrored in the number of its dedicated book- length publications, research journals, international conferences and symposia, and scholarly associations.
During last decade many eminent scholars have published valuable books on stylistics. Mick Short and Geoffrey Leech are the leading figures in this field. Especially Leech's Language and Literature; Style and Foregrounding is accepted by the scholars as another of his classic works in stylistics after his A Linguistic Guide to English Poetry Iqbal's forefathers belonged to Kashmiri Pandit family and they "embraced Islam two hundred years earlier" YesPakistan.
He got his basic education in Sialkot. Here he got a chance to be the student of Allama Mir Hasan who "gave Iqbal a thorough training in the rich Islamic Literary tradition. His influence on Iqbal was formative" allamaiqbal.
When the British Governor announced to give away the title of 'Sir' to Iqbal to acknowledge his literary accomplishments, he asked the same award for his teacher but the governor gave the remarks that he had not written any book. In , he did his M. A in Philosophy from Government College Lahore and served for six years as a lecturer in Philosophy at the same institution. Kiernan: xi. On his getting back to India, he practiced as a lawyer from to but his health did not allow him to continue the legal practice further.
In fact, his heart was not into it. So, he gave up this profession and devoted himself to studying philosophy and literature.
Iqbal wrote in Urdu, Persian and English Languages in both the genres of literature, i. He was very much concerned about Muslims' affairs throughout the world in general and in Indian Subcontinent in particular. In , he became the member of the executive council of Muslim League. He said allamaiqbal. The formation of the consolidated Language in India www. During the last phase of his life though, Mohammad Iqbal remained constantly ill but did not give up his creative activity.
Even a few minutes before his death he uttered the following beautiful lines yespakistan. The zephyr Hijaz may blow again or not!
The days of this Faqir has come to an end, Another seer may come or not! His last breaths broke down in the early hours of April 21, , in the arms of his old, faithful and devoted servant Imam Al-Deen, and a faint smile was playing on his lips like a truthful Muslim.
Nadwwi, 3. Stylistic Analysis 3. He wrote Shikwah the complaint and Jawab-i-Shikwah response to complaint during the period, mentioned above. This poem is included in his famous book, Bang-i-Draw —The Call of the Road , which is also the part of his Kulliyat collection of the poetry.
Shikwah is 88th poem of the 3rd edition of Kulliyat-i-Iqbal p. This is one of the most thrilling poems of Iqbal. Shikwah created an intellectual confusion among Muslim scholars "who thought that Iqbal is being rude and harsh in his words when talking to God Scholar A Stylistic Analysis of Iqbal's Shikwah Shikwah is categorized into Musaddas, "a genre of Urdu poetry in which each unit consists of 6 lines-sestain- misra " Wikipedia, last modified on 10 November Musaddas of Hali is an example of this famous form of Nazam poem in Urdu Poetry.
Each stanza consists of six verses. Words in Shikwah have been selected very carefully. The following grid manually counts the lexical items, used in the said poem: Table.
These stages intend: i. Parallelism is a technique that involves in repeating the same word at the start of successive clauses, sentences or verses Ibid. Example: How pleasant it is to have money, heigh ho! How pleasant it is to have money. MARS In this example, in both the lines, the word 'how' is repeated in the beginning.
This is anaphoric repetition. Mathematically, it can be shown like a … a …. Here 'a …' refers the repetition of words at initial position. According to Katie anaphora is a kind of reference in grammar and text studies, p.
Muhammad Iqbal also uses this lexical repetitive technique in Shikwah , p. They occur in the beginning of each line. The creativity in poetic language is achieved through foregrounding and one of the patterns of creating this technique in a piece of literature is through linguistic choices. Linguistic choices may appear in the form of lexical and grammatical cohesion which can create semantic and conceptual cohesion.
Poet uses these words to express the conceptual theme of the 'Complaint'. Kyun Ziyaan Kaar Banun? Why would I become a loss-causer? Kyun Sood Framosh Rahun? Why would I remain a gain-forgetter? The book starts with seven short stories, with the translator explaining the evolution of short stories in Urdu literature.
Today many are unaware that Premchand started writing in Urdu, switching to Hindi later because it was commercially more viable. The translations are fluid and impeccable. Of course, the stories of Manto and Chugtai were a no-no in genteel houses, so I read them very recently.
It was gifted to young brides as a bible by which to conduct their lives.
Legends and love stories Having grown up hearing stories of Sheikh Chilli, Mullah Dopiaza and folklore, I was enthralled by the popular literature section, as most of its contents were new to me. Urdu poetry has many references to prophets and saints and their miracles. So the explanations from famous men will come in handy for the lay reader.
Unlike western literature, Eve alone was not held responsible for the original sin. I suppose, as in all things, patriarchy throws its shadow on Urdu literature as well, where Eve tempts Adam with wine to eat the grain of wheat, which she has already consumed. Those who enjoy Ghalib and Mir — and I must confess the latter is my favorite — will love the comparison Russell draws between their love poetries, with wonderful translations.