URDU: وارث شاہ کی شاعری میں بھاگ بھری کا تصور(حد قذف کی روشنی میں تحقیقی جائزہ)

The idea of Bhag Bhary in Waris Shah's poetry (research review in the light of Hadd e Qazaf)

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  • Muhammad Gulab Ali Haidari Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan
  • Prof. Dr. Abdul Quddus Sohaib Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan

Keywords:

Waris Shah, Bhag Bhary, Malka Haans, had e qazaf

Abstract

Waris Shah has been leveled with an objection that he was the lover of Bhag Bhary. Bhag Bhary lived in Malka Haans. She was  the most beautiful young woman She was quite and very gorgeous. It has been told that  Waris Shah happened to pass near the village of Malka Haans He  saw a young and comelier woman  (Bhag Bhary) who was fetching water from the well and then he got Enamounerd by her. He stayed in the residential room of a mosque in Malka Haans and he started writing a book Heer Waris shah in the adoration of Bhag Bhary. He completed this famous book of the world with in two years. The year of completion 1180 Hijri is written in this book. This book Heer Waris Shah is included in the one hundred famous books of the world. On the other side it is believed that the story of Bhag Bhary is totally concocted and baseless  Waris shah has not love  with any Bhag Bhary.It is Accused and blame on the Character of Waris shah. This question has been discussed with references and arguments. In this way the result has been achieved. In the light of  Islamic rule  had e qazaf.

Author Biographies

Muhammad Gulab Ali Haidari, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan

Ph.D Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies

Prof. Dr. Abdul Quddus Sohaib, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan

Professor/ Chairman, Department of Islamic Studies

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Published

01.01.2022

How to Cite

Muhammad Gulab Ali Haidari, & Prof. Dr. Abdul Quddus Sohaib. (2022). URDU: وارث شاہ کی شاعری میں بھاگ بھری کا تصور(حد قذف کی روشنی میں تحقیقی جائزہ): The idea of Bhag Bhary in Waris Shah’s poetry (research review in the light of Hadd e Qazaf). Al-Dalili, 3(2), 125–145. Retrieved from http://aldalili.com/index.php/dalili/article/view/63

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