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Mirza Ghalib remembered on his 153rd death anniversary today

Mirza Ghalib remembered on his 153rd death anniversary today

Dehi -The 153rd passing commemoration of classical Urdu artist Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib is being watched on Tuesday. Ghalib was born on December 27, 1796 within the city of Akbarabad.

Ghalib composed hundreds of Ghazals amid his life which have since been translated and sung in numerous distinctive ways, Radio Pakistan reported.

During his lifetime, the as of now declining Mughal domain was overshadowed and uprooted by the Colonial British Raj and at last ousted taking after the overcome of the Indian resistance of 1857, are a few of the occasions that he portrayed through his work.
Most strikingly, he composed in both Urdu and Persian. His Persian Divan is at slightest five times longer than his Urdu but his notoriety rests on his verse in Urdu. Mirza Ghalib is considered as one of the foremost prevalent and powerful writers of Urdu dialect in South Asia.
He composed hundreds of Ghazals amid his life time, which have been deciphered and sung in numerous distinctive ways by diverse people. Mirza Ghalib started composing verses at the early age of 10 or 12, and had composed numerous of his best known ghazals by the time he was 19.
He passed on on this day at the age of 71 in Modern Delhi in 1869.

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