SHAH JO RISALO PDF

And the tradition has it that when they composed poetry in an ecstatic mood, they did not commit it to writing and it was for their disciples to note down the verses and compile them. According to them, the disciples of Shah Latif would note down the verses that Shah sahib uttered in ecstasy. With the passage of time, the number of verses recorded increased and the disciples compiled them in three volumes. Once when Shah sahib was meditating beside the famous Karar Lake, the disciples presented the three volumes before Shah sahib who threw them into the lake, as he was an unassuming sufi in the true spirit of Islamic mysticism. Disciples were greatly disappointed.

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And the tradition has it that when they composed poetry in an ecstatic mood, they did not commit it to writing and it was for their disciples to note down the verses and compile them. According to them, the disciples of Shah Latif would note down the verses that Shah sahib uttered in ecstasy.

With the passage of time, the number of verses recorded increased and the disciples compiled them in three volumes. Once when Shah sahib was meditating beside the famous Karar Lake, the disciples presented the three volumes before Shah sahib who threw them into the lake, as he was an unassuming sufi in the true spirit of Islamic mysticism.

Disciples were greatly disappointed. Shah sahib, looking at their grievance, allowed them to note down and compile the verses. The followers and dervishes began compiling the poetry again. Other scholars who researched and compiled such collections after critical evaluation include Mirza Qaleech Baig, Dr Gurbakhshani, Allama I. But the number of actual surs has been somewhat controversial among Latif scholars. Dr Baloch included all 36 surs in his annotated edition. He not only penned a biography of Shah Latif for this edition, but he also wrote explanatory notes and glossary with diacritic marks.

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Shah Jo Risalo

Bilawal These Surs contain Bayts which Shah latif sang in state of ecstasy. These Bayts in the Surs concerning the life-stories of his heroines, viz. Suhni, Sassui, Lila, Mumal, Marui, Nuri and Sorath, are not in chronological sequences, for the Sufi Poet in his state of "Wajd" or ecstasy, was concerned with the moments of denouncements in life-stories,which he used as allegories to express his mystical experiences. The Seven Queens are celebrated throughout Sindh for their positive qualities: honesty, integrity, piety and loyalty. They are also valued for their bravery and their willingness to risk their lives in the name of love. In his poetry Shah has alluded in elaborate way to these characters of Sindhi folktales and used them as metaphors for high spiritual life.

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