Gareban Shayari

A person lost in his thoughts with collar torn asunder and thrown recklessly apart, is a typical image of the lover in Urdu poetry. In fact, a person in such a state is the one who attracts the poet’s attention whom he represnts with much fanfare. Here are some examples for you to read and appreciate the uniqueness of this character.

hamesha maiñ ne garebāñ ko chaak chaak kiyā

tamām umr rafūgar rahe rafū karte

Tween kaabaa and the loved one's face is deep affinity

Corpses, toward's mecca for a cause are faced to be

hamesha main ne gareban ko chaak chaak kiya

tamam umr rafugar rahe rafu karte

Tween kaabaa and the loved one's face is deep affinity

Corpses, toward's mecca for a cause are faced to be

Haidar Ali Aatish

aisā karūñgā ab ke garebāñ ko taar taar

jo phir kisī tarah se kisī se rafū na ho

aisa karunga ab ke gareban ko tar tar

jo phir kisi tarah se kisi se rafu na ho

Shaikh Zahuruddin Hatim

sau baar tirā dāman hāthoñ meñ mire aayā

jab aañkh khulī dekhā apnā garebāñ thā

sau bar tera daman hathon mein mere aaya

jab aankh khuli dekha apna hi gareban tha

Asghar Gondvi

jab tak ki garebān meñ yak taar rahegā

tab tak mirī gardan ke upar baar rahegā

jab tak ki gareban mein yak tar rahega

tab tak meri gardan ke upar bar rahega

Shaikh Zahuruddin Hatim

kyā baḌā aib hai is jāma-e-uryānī meñ

chaak karne ko kabhī is meñ garebāñ na huā

kya baDa aib hai is jama-e-uryani mein

chaak karne ko kabhi is mein gareban na hua

Shaikh Zahuruddin Hatim

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