Afghan Poets: Mahmud Tarzi, Khushal Khan Khattak, Kabir Stori, Khalilullah Khalili, Ghulam Muhammad Tarzi, Ezatullah Zawab

Afghan Poets: Mahmud Tarzi, Khushal Khan Khattak, Kabir Stori, Khalilullah Khalili, Ghulam Muhammad Tarzi, Ezatullah Zawab

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Chapters: Mahmud Tarzi, Khushal Khan Khattak, Kabir Stori, Khalilullah Khalili, Ghulam Muhammad Tarzi, Ezatullah Zawab, Mohammad Hashem Zamani, Abdul Shakoor Rashad, Sulaiman Layeq, Gul Pacha Ulfat, Wasef Bakhtari, Hafizullah Khaled, Raziq Faani, Youssof Kohzad, Nadia Anjuman, Abdul Rahman Pazhwak, Amir Kror Suri, Parwin Pazhwak, Malang Jan, Amanullah Sailaab Sapi, Ismail Balkhi, Khatir Afridi, Pir Mohammad Karwan, Siddiqullah Reshtin, Lutfullah Mashal, Mohammad Musa Shafiq, Saydal Sokhandan, Gul Mohamad Zhowandai, Afzal Khan Khattak. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 90. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Mahmd Bg Tarz (August 23, 1865 in Ghazni - November 22, 1933 in Istanbul) (Pashto:, Persian: ) was one of Afghanistan's greatest intellectuals. He is known as the father of Afghan journalism. As a great modern thinker, he became a key figure in the history of Afghanistan, following the lead of Kemal Ataturk in Turkey by working for modernization and secularization, and strongly opposing religious extremism and obscurantism. Tarzi emulated the Young Turks coalition. Mahmud Tarzi and his wife Asma RasmiyaMahmud Tarzi was born in 1865 in the city of Ghazni, Afghanistan. An ethnic Pashtun, his father was Sardar Ghulam Muhammad Tarzi, a leader of the Mohammadzai royal house and a well known poet. In 1881, Emir Abdur Rahman Khan exiled Mahmud Tarzi's father and family - who would end up living in Turkey. On a second trip to Damascus in 1891, Tarzi married the daughter of Sheikh Saleh Al-Mossadiah, a muezzin of the Amawia mosque. Tarzi would stay in Turkey until the age of 35, where he learned fluent Pashto, Persian, Turkish, French, Arabic, and Urdu. When Abdur Rahman Khan died in 1901, his son Emir Habibullah Khan invited the Tarzi family back to Afghanistan the following year. Habibul...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=8237079

Title:Afghan Poets: Mahmud Tarzi, Khushal Khan Khattak, Kabir Stori, Khalilullah Khalili, Ghulam Muhammad Tarzi, Ezatullah Zawab
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    Can I get Khushal Khan Khattak's poetry itself, please?...