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Kulliyyat-e-Hasrat

The Kulliyyat-e-Hasrat is the collection of the poetry of Bahr-ul-uloom Hazrat Moulana Maulvi Muhammad Abdul Qadeer Siddiqi Qadri (Hasrat), the former Dean and Professor of Theology of the Osmania University, Hyderabad. It contains Urdu, Hindi, Arabic and Persian poetries. Various branches of poetry like Nazm, Ghazal, Qasida and Ruba'iyat are included in it. The Sufi style poetry is mainly focussed on Hamd, Na'at and Manqabat and homage to his Shaikh Khaja Mahbooballah, Abdul Qadir Jilani, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, Sarkar Sabir Pak and other Sufi saints of his order.

Compilation

The Urdu poetry was previously published under the title 'Naseem-e-Irfan',while the Arabic and the Persian poetries were published as 'Zafrat ul Ashwaq', 'Fughan-e-Hasrat' respectively. All his works were later compiled by his students and published under one title.

Translation

The Arabic and Persian poetry was translated into Urdu by his grandson Hazrat Moulana Moulvi Dr. Mohammed Abdul Aleem Siddiqui Qadri (Armaan). The Kulliyyat-e-Hasrat is appreciated all over the world for the purity of thought and unique style of expression.

See also

External links

  • http://www.hasrat.com/
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