Kalam Mian Muhammad Bakhsh Punjabi Poetry SMS

Saif ul Malook   Mian Muhammad Bakhsh Punjabi Sufiana Kalam

Mian Muhammad Bakhsh (1830-1907) was a Punjabi Sufi poet from Kashmir (the region that’s adjacent to Jhelum, Punjab).

His main work is a book of poetry titled ‘Safar-ul Ishq’ (Journey of the ‘Divine’ Love) publicly known as Saiful Malook which follows the journey of an Egyptian prince to win the heart of the princess of Kohkaaf.

Muhammad Bakhsh uses the story of Saiful Malook as a metaphor for divine love and creates a masterpiece full of Sufi wisdom. The book consists of 9249 couplets in total.

 

 

Maut tah buri cheez hai yaaro

te mauto buri judai

sabh toh buri udeek sajan di

jheri rakhdi khoon sukayi

 

Bure Banday Nu Main Laban Turya Par Bura Laba Na Koi Jad Main Andar Jhati Pai Te Main Tu Bura Na Koi

Ehnaa galan theen keeh labhdaa eyb kisey da karnaa,
Aapna aap sanbhaal Muhammad jo karna so bharnaa.

 

Wali Allah dey mardey nahi kardey parda poshi,
Kee hoya jey dunyaa uton tur gaye naal khamoshi.

 

Aai jaan shikanjey ander jeyon welan wich ganna,
Roh noo keh hun reh Muhammad jey rahwey tey mannaa.

Kaley pathar ghupey sardey, ander kan Badakhshan,
Eyhaan wichon laal banaaey, be-behaa darkhshaan.

 

Kujh wasaah na saah aey da man kehyaa fer karnaa,
Jis jusey noon chhand chhand rakhey khaak ander wanj dharnaa.

Danishmandaan da kaam naaheen dunyaa tey dil laana,
Is wohttee lakh khaawand keetey, jo keta so khaana.

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