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A.S.K B. Page 2. A.S.K B. Page 3. A.S.K B. Page 4. A.S.K B. Page 5. A.S.K B. Page 6. A.S.K B. Page 7. A.S.K B. Page 8. A.S.K B. Page 9. A.S.K B. Page Ghani Khan () is one of the best Pashto language poet of the 20th century, son of the legendary and peace and non-violence, Khan Abdul Ghaffar. Aside from a few poems of his youth and early manhood, Ghani Khan's poetry, like his He also wrote The Pathans, a short book in prose, published
He was arrested by the Government of Pakistan in — although he had given up politics by then — and remained in prison till , in various jails all over the country.
It was during these years that he wrote his poem collection Da Panjray Chaghaar, which he considered the best work of his life.
His contribution to literature often unpublished was ignored by the Pakistan government for much of his life although near the end of his life his works did receive much praise and as well as an award from the Government of Pakistan. For his contributions to Pukhto literature and painting, the President of Pakistan, General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, conferred on him the prestigious award of Sitara-e-Imtiaz 23 March Works[ edit ] Aside from a few poems of his youth and early manhood, Ghani Khan's poetry, like his temperament, is anti-political.
He also wrote in English; his first book was The Pathans His only published work in Urdu was his book titled Khan Sahib The book was printed in in Islamabad, Pakistan. And on the most unfortunate side of your house- the side that faces Russia.
You must know him because Russia will have a lot to say about the shape of things to come. They will come to the Pathan before they come to you. May I then introduce you to your neighbour!
He has a fine turban and intriguing trousers. Let's have a look at him.
Khan brought about a revolution in Pashto poetry and introduced new poetic dimensions in literary expressions, while Iqbal triggered a sense of experimentation in conventional Urdu thought. Deeper understanding of the two literary figures reveals that there are more convergences than divergences in their thoughts and expressions.
Overall, the complete works of both poets draw upon the subjects of love, beauty and philosophy, with humanism, romanticism, and naturalism serving as recurrent themes.
In dialogue with God he, like Iqbal, sometimes complains as well. For instance, he questions why the heart, death, grief, old age, poverty, and despondency were created against reason, life, pleasure, youth, wealth, and hope. Khan translated several poems of Iqbal into Pashto.
At times, one feels he has directly benefited from the poetry of Iqbal. Khan lost his mother when he was just six years old, later writing a poem in her memory that Pakhtun critics considered a masterpiece.