Nazeer Akbarabadi (or Nazir Akbarabadi) (Urdu: نظیر اکبر آبادی) (real name "Wali Muhammad") was an 18th century Indian poet known as "Father of Nazm", who wrote Urdu ghazals and nazms under nom de plume (takhallus) "Nazeer", most remembered for his poems like Banjaranama (Chronicle of the Nomad), a satire. His father was Muhammad Farooq and his mother was the daughter of Nawab Sultan Khan who was the governor of Agra Fort. Agra, the Indian city, was known as Akbarabad after Mughal emperor Akbar at that time.
Nazeer's date of birth is not certain but most of his biographers believe that he was born in Delhi (then called ... more »
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Nazeer Akbarabadi Poems
Jab aadamii ke peT me.n aatii hai.n roTi...
Hai aabido.n ko ta'at-o-tajariid kii Khu...
Door se aaye the saaqi sun ke maikhaane ...
The Angel of death
Discard greed and temptations, forget your travels to near and far; The bandit of death is blowing his trumpet and indulging in looting day and night; Why are you roaming from place to place with all your paraphernalia; Not even a twig will eventually go with you when your death arrives;
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