مسافرت کا چاند: جدید عہد کا منظر نامہ

Traveling Moon: A Modern Era Scenario

Authors

  • Jahangir Taj MPhil Scholar, Govt. College University, Lahore
  • Dr. Adnan Tariq Assistant Professor, Govt. College University, Lahore

Abstract

Salim-ur-Rehman is regarded as a reclusive poet, but his collection of ghazals, Musafrat Ka Chand, occupies a prominent place in modern ghazal writing. The travel moon is a metaphor for migration, which is facing a double consciousness in Western countries and its own identity has been destroyed. The problems faced by the modern man have been well highlighted on the intellectual levels. In this collection, Salim-ur-Rehman has discussed New World Order, war, globalization and environmental pollution, which has made his ghazals authentic and meaningful, as if his ghazals are truly the scenario of the modern age, which scribe described in the article under discussion.

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Published

30-12-2023

How to Cite

Taj, J., & Tariq, D. A. (2023). مسافرت کا چاند: جدید عہد کا منظر نامہ: Traveling Moon: A Modern Era Scenario. Research Journal Tahqeeqat, 2(2), 29–43. Retrieved from http://tahqeeqat.com/index.php/Journal/article/view/27