Laila Majnun By Zulfiqar Arshid Gelani

Laila Majnun  By Zulfiqar Arshid Gelani

Free Download or read online Book "Laila Majnun" By Zulfiqar Arshid Gelani. A PDF Copy of books in urdu. Layla and Majnun (English: Possessed by frenzy for Layla; Persian: لیلی و مجنون عامری‎ (Leyli o Majnun); Arabic: مجنون لیلی‎ (Majnun Layla)) is an affection story that started as a short, recounted lyric in antiquated Arabia, later altogether extended and promoted in an abstract adjustment by Persian writer Nizami Ganjavi who likewise composed Khosrow and Shirin. It is the third of his five long story sonnets, Khamsa (the Quintet).majnun went gaga for Layla. He soon started creating ballads about his affection for her, saying her name regularly. His unself-cognizant exertions to charm the young lady brought about a few local people to call him Majnun (psycho). When he requested her submit marriage, her father denied as it would be an outrage for Layla to wed somebody considered rationally lopsided. Before long, Layla was hitched to an alternate man. At the point when Majnun became aware of her marriage, he fled the tribe camp and started meandering the encompassing desert. His family in the end surrendered trust for his return and left nourishment for him in the wild. He could frequently be seen presenting verse to himself or writing in the sand with a stick. Layla is for the most part portrayed as having moved to a spot in Northern Arabia with her spouse, where she got to be sick and in the end passed on. In a few adaptations, Layla passes on of catastrophe from not having the capacity to see her would-be sweetheart. Majnun was later discovered dead in the wild in 688 AD, close to Layla's grave. He had cut three verses of verse on a rock close to the grave, which are the last t Before downloading this book, Download and install PDF reader in your personal computer.  Please impart this book and like us on face book with the goal that you will be educated about our new book  through your new facebook account. Size is 5MB . A wonderfully composed/made urdu book.



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