Deep jis ka sirf mehellaat hi main jalay, Chand logon ki khushyon ko lay ker chalay, Wo jo saye main har maslihat kay palay; Aisay dastoor ko, Subh e bay noor. Habib Jalib (Urdu: حبیب جالب ) was a Pakistani revolutionary poet, left-wing activist and . Farangi ka jo main darbaan hota: Tho jeena kis kadar aasaan hota : Meray bachay Kaha on YouTube · دستور – میں نہیں مانتا Dastoor (Main Nahi Manta) on YouTube · جن تھا یا ریفرنڈم تھا Jin Tha Ya Referendum Tha on YouTube. dictatorship urdu poetry by Habib jalib, sad poetry on chara gar, Aise dustoor ko subah e benoor ko. Mein nahin manta main nahin janta.

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He rather started nahl tirade against the tyranny with more resolution. Lists with This Book. Habib Jalib died on 12 March I also like the Tunisian poet abul Qasim. Mein Bhi Nahin Manta. Allah willing, the day jlaib not far away when we will all sing this as One Voice.

August 24, — 9: I came across his work while reading and researching other contemporary Urdu Pakistani poets. He is more like Paash who grabs hold of the truth about the oppressor by its neck.

Main Nahi Manta by Habib Jalib

Saad K March 24, — 5: Thanks for pointing out the error, Naveed. Tum nay loota hai sadyon hamara sakoon, Ab na hum per chalay ga tumhara fasoon, Chara gar main tumhain kiss tara say kahoon?


Tum naheen charaagar, Koi maanay magar, Main naheen maanta, Main naheen jaanta. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. It is a beautiful poem!

Email Address never made public. The light which shines only in palaces Burns up the joy of the people in the shadows Derives its naih from others’ weakness That kind of system, manya dawn without light I refuse to acknowledge, I refuse to accept I am not afraid of execution, Tell the world that I am the martyr How can you frighten me with prison walls?

August 31, — 8: M Shahid Yousaf marked it as to-read Jun 06, Jalib was banned from official media but he remained undeterred. January 30, — 8: I enjoyed the poem. Ali added it Apr 27, Its realy amazing poem,thanks for publishing it on the internet. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Charaagar mein tumhein kis tarah se kahoon?

This overhanging doom, this night of ignorance, I refuse to acknowledge, I refuse to accept.

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dastur – Habib Jalib

Tum nahein charaagar, Koi maane magar, Main nahein maanta, Main nahein jaanta. Next post 18th oct: Notify me of mantaa posts via email. Charagar dardmandon ke bantay ho kiyon? Hi I am Nehal Ahmed from India.

Views Read Edit View history. Dear Ghazala, You have picked up one of the best poems of Jalib and have done a good job in bringing out his spirit of defiance against the then dictator Ayub Khan. All democratic forces rallied around her and at her election meetings, Jalib used to recite his fiery poems in front of an emotionally charged crowd.


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Portrait of Habib Jalib. Habiv overhanging doom, this night of ignorance, I refuse to acknowledge, I ,ain to accept “Flowers are budding on branches”, that’s what you say, “Every cup overflows”, that’s what you say, “Wounds are healing themselves”, that’s what you say, These bare-faces lies, this insult to the intelligence, I refuse to acknowledge, I refuse to accept For centuries you have all stolen our peace of habkb But your power over us is coming to an end Why do you pretend you can cure pain?

This incident inspired a poem by Jalib, which was later included by Neelo’s husband Riaz Shahid in the film Zarqa October 25, — 8: Apr 26, Sadia Mansoor rated it really liked it Shelves: Some of his words still ring hauntingly loud in my ears, in a far land Sweden. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! I wonder why we are a nation whose learned are always poor!!!!

Mantw mainly wrote about the evils brought upon society by corruption and inequity. Ghazala’s Weblog Ghazala’s Weblog a poetic thread to string my words and experiences on….