ملتان میں مثنوی نویسی کی روایت: "مثنوی عبیدیہ کلاں" کا اختصاصی مطالعہ

MUSNAWI WRITING TRADITION IN MULTAN: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF THE "MUSNAWI UBAIDIYA CLAN"

Authors

  • Ihsan-ul-Haq PhD Scholar, Islamia University, Bahawalpur
  • Dr. Rozina Naqvi Chairperson, Department of Persian, Islamia University of Bahawalpur

Keywords:

Persian language, manuscript,musnawi ubaidia klan , persian verses

Abstract

Persian was a widely used official language in North India and the region's lingua franca before British colonization. It was also the official language of most Muslim dynasties in the Indian subcontinent, including the Mughal Empire, the Delhi Sultanate, and the Sikh Empire. Persian was the language of culture and education in several Muslim courts in South Asia. During its rule in India, Brithish government banned persian as official language and promoted Enlgish, Urdu and sanskrit. But in this century, the holy city of Multan was the cradle of knowledge and literature and Hafiz Jamal Multani, Munshi Ghulam Hasan Shaheed Multani, Muhammad Musa Qureshi and Khwaja Khuda Bakhsh Multani were compiling their books in Persian language. One of these names. It belongs to Khwaja Ubaidullah Multani, who became famous as Peer Khasewale. Khwaja Ubaidullah Multani was born in Multan in 1211 AH and died in Multan in 1305 AH. You were fluent in Arabic, Persian, Hindi and Urdu. You have compiled over a dozen books on various topics, most of which are still out of print and in manuscript form. A well-known manuscript of Khwaja Ubaidullah Multani is "Masnavi Ubaidiya Kalan". The subject of this Masnavi is tawheed, unity of existence and knowledge and guidance. It consists of 831 verses. This paper provides an introduction to this manuscript and highlights the themes of this Masnavi.

Published

30-12-2023

How to Cite

Ihsan-ul-Haq, & Dr. Rozina Naqvi. (2023). ملتان میں مثنوی نویسی کی روایت: "مثنوی عبیدیہ کلاں" کا اختصاصی مطالعہ: MUSNAWI WRITING TRADITION IN MULTAN: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF THE "MUSNAWI UBAIDIYA CLAN". AL-ILM, 7(2), 1–13. Retrieved from http://www.alilmjournal-gcwus.com/index.php/al-ilm/article/view/267