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Bulleh Shah practiced the Sufi tradition of Punjabi poetry established by poets But in that age Baba Bulleh Shah was a beacon of hope and peace for the. So read the top collection of Bulleh Shah poetry and Shayari from the books online. Free download of PDF format of Bulleh Shah books is also available. Punjabi Poetry of Baba Bulleh Shah in Punjabi-Hindi-Urdu.

Suggested Reading 2. To study the biography of Bulleh Shah. He belonged to the pious Syed family. Sayeds are said to be the adecedents of the Prophet Mohammad. He is also known by another name Abdulah Shah. He is often recognized by the spiritual name Hazrat Bulleh Shah. Bulleh Shah is affectionately called Baba Bulleh Shah by many writers. With an informal color of emotional intimacy his followers often call him Bullah. His father Shah Mohammad Dervish was a teacher and preacher in a village mosque. He knew Persian, Arabic and the holy Quran by heart which he taught to Bulleh Shah in the very initial years. Bulleh Shah and his sister followed spiritual and moral paths of their father.

He probably got into higher education the way many talented individuals have done from antiquity to this day. There is agreement between most historians that Bulleh Shah was the son of a Paish Imam who was struggling to make ends meet and was bumping from one village to the next.

Selected Poems of Baba Bulleh Shah

Village Paish Imams were considered in the category of other artisans like carpenters and potters, and they were paid in kind at the crop harvest. They were also paid for performing nikah marriage prayers and wielded a little more respect than other artisans, because they may have taught all the adults of the community. Bulleh Shah's herding at a very young age shows that the family was struggling to survive and had to put its young to work.

There are many miracles attached to Bulleh Shah's herding period and the way he put back a crop plundered by animals. But such childhood stories are common for all sages, and sometimes they are identical. Often, devotees and superficial commentators create such stories to belittle the human efforts that these sages undertook to accomplish distinction. However, Bulleh Shah's herding is undeniable from all written accounts. It is interesting that two of the great Punjabi classical poets, Baba Farid and Bulleh Shah, were born to poor village Paish Imam families, went through difficult economic circumstances but educated themselves at the highest level.

After having accomplished his scholastic learning Bulleh Shah, like his predecessors, faced the question of epistemology theory of knowledge of learning. The question was and is: how and why is knowledge gained? Sultan Bahu had categorized the knowledge through religious madrassas as a marketable commodity used to charm the rulers and mislead the people.

For him the real knowledge expands your inner-self and helps you to relate to humanity, nature and the whole universe.

For Bulleh Shah real knowledge came from history and real-life experiences. In another Kafi, he points out that he has acquired the understanding of the world from the course of history where anarchy shows the naked realities hidden under the ongoing status quo.

For Bulleh Shah taking an Arain as his Murshid was an act of declassing, or surrendering his ego and negating the ingrained caste system In another Kafi, depicting the triumph of economic greed even over sacred relationships, he says: " Dhee maan noon lut ke le gai" The daughter got away robbing her mother.

Bulleh Shah comes very close to basing human consciousness on material conditions. In a Kafi, he states " Mati qudam kraindi o yar" O my friend, it is soil that takes every human and non-human shapes. And he finished the Kafi by saying that, in the end, the soil goes back to soil and he thus dismisses the metaphysical concepts of life hereafter.

Within the confines of "dictations from the Supreme" or history, real knowledge leads one to relate to humanity, nature and the universe. Bulleh Shah's choice of an Arain preceptor-Arains are considered much lower in the caste trajectory of the subcontinent- must have been taken as degrading for the family.

He was probably the only classical Punjabi who openly expressed ishq love for his Guru. Inayat Qadri's alienation with Bulleh Shah is a much-talked-about myth in which it is claimed that he had to learn dancing and went back to his Murshid dancing in female attire.

The cue of this myth is taken from Bulleh's famous Kafi: " Tere ishq nachaiya kar ke thayya thayya" Your love made me dance beat by beat. This is a nice and beautiful story about performing arts professionals but most probably Bulleh Shah wrote this Kafi in a trance of several Persian Ghazals that were favorites among Chishti-Qadria circles.

Ghazals written by Usman Harooni, guru of Moeen-ud-Din Chishti Ajmairi founder of the Chishtia order in India which was written about six centuries before Bulleh Shah was born, is almost identical. Later, when Bulleh Shah was six years old, his family moved to Pandoke, which is 50 miles southeast of Kasur. Bulleh Shah was schooled by his father, along with the other children of the village. Most episodes confirm that Bulleh Shah had to work as a child and adolescent herder in the village.

Details of his education at Maulana Mohiyuddin's reputed madrassa are less known but it is confirmed that he received his higher education in Kasur. Some historians claim that Bulleh Shah received his education at a highly reputed madrassa run by Hafiz Ghulam Murtaza where he taught for sometime after his graduation.

He probably got into higher education the way many talented individuals have done from antiquity to this day. There is agreement between most historians that Bulleh Shah was the son of a Paish Imam who was struggling to make ends meet and was bumping from one village to the next. Village Paish Imams were considered in the category of other artisans like carpenters and potters, and they were paid in kind at the crop harvest. They were also paid for performing nikah marriage prayers and wielded a little more respect than other artisans, because they may have taught all the adults of the community.

Bulleh Shah's herding at a very young age shows that the family was struggling to survive and had to put its young to work.

(DOC) Student's Notes on Bulleh Shah by Sandeep Sharma | Sandeep Sharma - medical-site.info

There are many miracles attached to Bulleh Shah's herding period and the way he put back a crop plundered by animals. But such childhood stories are common for all sages, and sometimes they are identical.

Often, devotees and superficial commentators create such stories to belittle the human efforts that these sages undertook to accomplish distinction. However, Bulleh Shah's herding is undeniable from all written accounts. It is interesting that two of the great Punjabi classical poets, Baba Farid and Bulleh Shah, were born to poor village Paish Imam families, went through difficult economic circumstances but educated themselves at the highest level.

Bulleh Shah

After having accomplished his scholastic learning Bulleh Shah, like his predecessors, faced the question of epistemology theory of knowledge of learning. The question was and is: how and why is knowledge gained?

Sultan Bahu had categorized the knowledge through religious madrassas as a marketable commodity used to charm the rulers and mislead the people. For him the real knowledge expands your inner-self and helps you to relate to humanity, nature and the whole universe. For Bulleh Shah real knowledge came from history and real-life experiences.

In another Kafi, he points out that he has acquired the understanding of the world from the course of history where anarchy shows the naked realities hidden under the ongoing status quo. For Bulleh Shah taking an Arain as his Murshid was an act of declassing, or surrendering his ego and negating the ingrained caste system In another Kafi, depicting the triumph of economic greed even over sacred relationships, he says: " Dhee maan noon lut ke le gai" The daughter got away robbing her mother.

Bulleh Shah comes very close to basing human consciousness on material conditions. In a Kafi, he states " Mati qudam kraindi o yar" O my friend, it is soil that takes every human and non-human shapes.

And he finished the Kafi by saying that, in the end, the soil goes back to soil and he thus dismisses the metaphysical concepts of life hereafter. Within the confines of "dictations from the Supreme" or history, real knowledge leads one to relate to humanity, nature and the universe. Bulleh Shah's choice of an Arain preceptor-Arains are considered much lower in the caste trajectory of the subcontinent- must have been taken as degrading for the family.

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