Kaifi Azmi Poetry, Ghazals & Shayari

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Kaifi Azmi the famous Urdu poet and lyricist, was born in 1925 in Mizwan, Azamgarh District, Uttar Pradesh. He died in Mumbai on May 10, 2002, fifteen months after recording for the Library of Congress in New Del... View More

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 وہ بھی سراہنے لگے ارباب فن کے بعد 
The last line 'Do Gaz Zameen Bhi Chaey, Do Gaz Kafan Kai Bad' refers to the wishes of human which is uncountable. Human wants can not be end, on this poetry Kaifi Azmi write few lines about it.
By: ehsan, lhr on Jul, 13 2017
 میں ڈھونڈتا ہوں جسے وہ جہاں نہیں ملتا  
Kaifi Azmi's collection on this source is great, I especially like 'Me Dhundta Hun Jisay Wo Jahan Nahi Milta'. The style of his poetry shows its simplicity, he use simple words in all the lines of his poetry.
By: hameed, lhr on Jul, 07 2017
 شور یوں ہی نہ پرندوں نے مچایا ہوگا 
Shayari of Kaifi Azmi is also available on this page which I really like to see because I love the urdu literature and reading of urdu poetry is my part time hobby.
By: khalid, khi on Jan, 19 2017
 Sunaa Karo Merii Jaa.N In Se Un
wakt ne kiyaa kyaa haseen sitam
tum rahe naa tum ham rahe naa ham

bekaraar dil is tarah mile
jis tarah kabhee, ham judaa n the
tum bhee kho gaye, ham bhee kho gaye
ek raah par chal ke do kadam

jaayenge kahaa, soojhataa naheen
chal pade magar raastaa naheen
kyaa talaash hai, kuchh pataa naheen
bun rahe hain din khwaab dama-aba-adam
By: Asim, Nagpur on Sep, 12 2015
 Sunaa Karo Merii Jaa.N In Se Un
The word jaan in poetry loks very cheap you can see no good poet uses jaan in the poetry and parveen shakir never used jaan in poetry then why Kaifi Azmi using it
By: Lalita, khi on Sep, 08 2015
 Aaj Ki Raat
If you read the next stanza of this "Aaj Ki Raat" by Kafi Azmi, you feel some fun in this poetry because the poet use some usual word just like foothpath etc, I am also waiting for its one more verse.
By: tabassum, khi on Aug, 12 2015
 Tum Itanaa Jo Muskuraa Rahe Ho
Yes this lyrics used by Jagjit singh and one of the best songs of him
By: Aftab Alam, Mumbai on Aug, 08 2014
 Chandni Raat Bari Der Ke Baad
Beautiful beyond words!
By: Dr Jitesh Datta, Toronto on May, 14 2014
 Sunaa Karo Merii Jaa.N In Se Un
Yes His real name is sayyid akhtar hussain and he was an romantic poet. i have read many gazals of arfi in my younger age i used to have poetry habit but as life passes this habit start to become blur and now when life give me another chance to live my life fully i am back to my habit again .
By: ale, karachi on Jan, 21 2014
 Tum Itanaa Jo Muskuraa Rahe Ho
Nice Shahid Iqbal bt you typed very wrong i am sorry you should put N everywhere it is making is more difficult to understand by other. any ways nice lines and i think its a song as well i have heard somewhere.
By: kabir, karachi on Jan, 20 2014

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Kaifi Azmi the famous Urdu poet and lyricist, was born in 1925 in Mizwan, Azamgarh District, Uttar Pradesh. He died in Mumbai on May 10, 2002, fifteen months after recording for the Library of Congress in New Delhi. At the time of his death he was one of the last remaining representatives of the Progressive Writers Association. Kaifi Azmi received many awards and tributes including the Soviet Land Nehru Award and Sahitya Akademi Award. In 2000, he was given the first Millennium Award by the Delhi Government and Urdu Academy. He was honored by "Padma Shri" highest civilian award of Indian Government. The Maharashtra government honored him with the Dnyaneshwar award on him in 1998.