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Love Sonnets of Ghalib


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First English translation of complete Urdu Ghazals of Asia's most famous poet, Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib. Includes Urdu calligraphy, translation, explication, roman transliteration and extensive lexicon and glossary; bibliography. Artistic renditions by Sadequain.

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