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The most prominent themes in Shakir's poetry are love, feminism, and social stigmas, though she occasionally wrote on other topics as well. Her work was often based on romanticism , exploring the concepts of love, beauty and their contradictions, and heavily integrated the use of metaphors, similes and personifications. Similarly, she often made use of the Urdu first-person, feminine pronoun in her verses which, though extremely common in prose, was rarely used in poetry, even by female poets, before her.

Shakir's ghazalyaat are considered "a combination of classical tradition with modern sensitivity", [2] and mainly deal with the feminine perspective on love and romance, and associated themes such as beauty, intimacy, separation, break-ups, distances, distrust and infidelity and disloyalty.

Most of Shakir's ghazalyaat contain five to ten couplets, often — though not always — inter-related. Parveen Shakir's ghazalyaat heavily rely on metaphors and similes, which are repeatedly and thought-provokingly used to bring force and lyricism in her work.

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Other metaphors Shakir commonly uses are titli [butterfly] for a Romeo, badal [cloud] for one's love, baarish [rain] for affection, and andhi [storm] for difficulties.

It is a very strange thing that she has a degree in English literature but wrote in the Urdu language.

She has a unique style of writing. Parveen Shakir did not copy any poet of the past but gave a new style. Some people criticized her work earlier, but Parveen Shakir acquired her place later.

Parveen Shakir had a profound thought about the life and its philosophy.

Her thoughts about life are clearly seen in the book Sad e Barg Pdf. Parveen Shakir was the poet of love, spring, optimistic, fragrance, and hope. She also wrote some poems about the sadness of life, but she did not take it to disappointment. Parveen was highly educated.

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She received two undergraduate degrees, one in English literature and the other in linguistics , and obtained MA degrees in the same subjects from the University of Karachi.

Shakir married a Pakistani doctor, Syed Naseer Ali, with whom she had a son, Syed Murad Ali—but the marriage did not last long and ended in a divorce.


On 26 December , Shakir's car collided with a bus while she was on her way to work in Islamabad. The accident resulted in her death, a great loss to the Urdu poetry world.

Following is a list of Shakir's published books. A translation of each book's title follows in italics. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Parveen Shakir. Pride of Performance for Arts. Khwaja Khurshid Anwar Amjad Bukhari S.

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Hidden categories: Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.By Poet Kishwar Nahid people often quoted those verses from ghazals written by Parveen Shakir which were liked by men.

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Parveen started writing at an early age and published her first volume of poetry, Khushbu [ Fragrance ], to great acclaim, in Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. In , Pakistan Post Office issued a commemorative postage stamp of Rupees 10 denomination on Parveen Shakir's death anniversary. She said both of them had shared many things — childhood, family elders, etc.

Her work was often based on romanticism , exploring the concepts of love, beauty and their contradictions, and heavily integrated the use of metaphors, similes and personifications.

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