A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE GHAZAL OF JOSH MALIHABADI
Josh Malih Abadi's name has a unique place in the history of Urdu literature as a shining and brilliant chapter in terms of poetic aspects and creative energy. While Josh is a poet with a lively heart and mind and an open eye. With its free nature and a vast sea of words and phrases. Like the great poets, his style of using words and phrases is unparalleled and unique, and his great place in Urdu poetry is established with all distinctions. Josh wrote modern and ancient Ghazal like Hali and if there is anything wrong with the Ghazal, he tried to write it in a new style. It is as if Josh claimed to have included glorious subjects in the Ghazal, leaving out the general themes. Due to this effort, the new style of Ghazal has more resemblance to the poem. However, this ode-like Ghazali also has its own style and it has a very deep color of the individuality of passion. If think about it, in the Ghazal of passion, you can see beautiful and intoxicating performances about the beauty of the beloved, the colorful and charming nature of attractive nature, and the head of pleasure and fun.
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