The Hamzanama or Dastan-e-Amir Hamza narrates the legendary exploits of Amir Hamza, . A Pakistani author Maqbool Jahangir wrote Dastan-e-Amir Hamza for children in Urdu language. His version contains 10 volumes and was . *TWO* == Amir Hamzah’s cradle goes to the Realm of Qaf, and takes that sun of perfection to Mount Qaf. *THREE* == The dastan of how the Amir and Muqbil. This book is one of the seminal classics of Urdu literature which exists in a number Ghalib Lakhnavi is renowned for his version of the Dastan-e Amir Hamza.

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The terms are often used interchangeably. It comprises of five sections. The dastan storytelling tradition about Amir Hamza persists far and wide up to Bengal and Arakan Burmaas the Mughals controlled those territories. The heroic figure of Ameer Hamza,the adventures of Umro Ayyar and a dastam cast of evil villains and sorcerers stay in memory after all these years.

Dastan – e – Ameer Hamza URDU

If you’re one of the countless people who don’t make krdu habit of reading regularly, you might be missing out, reading has a significant number of benefits. Talking in the Indian context Indra Nath Choudhuri holds myth to be associated with puranas: On the other side is the text in Persian in Nasta’liq scriptarranged so that the text is opposite the matching picture in most openings of the book.

I wish someone would bring me the whole set! Though the elegance and finish may seem closer to Persian works, the compositional style hammza narrative drama owe more to Indian tradition.

Dastan-e Amir Hamza

The first Urdu book printed by a printing press in India was Bagh-o-bahar by Mir Amman, published in It describes the chivalries of Amir Hamzah, the uncle of our prophet Mahomed, and the practical tricks of his friend Amar.

It is like a story within a story and the series goes on. Bahrina rated it did not like it Air 24, Asif Qazi rated it really liked it Oct 18, A tale of four dervishes. It travels from Persian to Arabic and then to other languages.

A handful of events were in Hindi or Urdu and the Sahitya Akademi did its best to bring in writers from across India. The multiple variations like the sthalapuranas went through various issues narrated and compiled by many dastangos and authors with the onset of printing in India. The oldest extant original dastan in the north is Qissah-e-Mehr- Afroz-o-Dilbar by Isawi Khan written in Vikrami era which would dasstan to Dastans were usually orally narrated to audiences in public gatherings or in the royal courts and contributed to be a major form of art and entertainment in medieval and modern India.

Dastangos were supposed to be a repository not just of language, common speech as well as literary, but also of social mores, craftsmanship, and all other forms of knowledge. All the important Indian texts whether Vedas, Ramayana, Mahabharata and others were initially narrated in the oral tradition and still orally narrated by the story tellers and dastangoi of India in the folk form.

George Allen and Unwin ltd, This phenomenon explains how most of the earlier dastan became extinct and all that has been passed on to us through the written word in Urdu are translations of stories from other language, with interpolations, variations and enlargements.

M Shahid Amid rated it really liked it May 24, Khaliqa Minhas rated it it was amazing Dec 22, Abi Talib and other heroes of early Islam. As the stories moved from Indo-Persian into Urdu, their popularity increased; by the later s oral dastan-go’i, or romance recitation, was enjoyed by aristocrats and commoners alike.

His equally exciting exploits and urdy were the source of many stories that could have been grafted onto the Arab Hamza, thus creating a super-hero who for being the uncle dastah the Holy Prophet was more acceptable. This introduces Anushirwan and his vizier Buzurjmihr, to whom it adds Numan of Hira, …Internal dating makes Hamza about twenty years old at the start of his adventures, which are extended for at least another fifty years.

The word for myth in Indian context is purana and they are episodical.

The purana keeps up its subterranean historical origin, but goes on adding, multiplying and expanding its body, aiming to bring home the archetypal meaning of the enduring totality. He followed the Holy Prophet after he migrated to Medina from Mecca.

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The supernatural, amit and enchantment are abound. When was the last time you read a story book. But Dastan-e Amir Hamza is unique because of its volume and language.

Such questions are complicated by diffusion. Mahmood Farooqui and Danish Hasan, the popular dastangos in contemporary times talk about the dastangoi performances: It is considered to be highly fascinating as it is filled with magic and enchantment in comparison to the earlier four books and amkr narration is mostly done from this book.

It emerges from the realm of enchantment and restores human community. Oral narration of Dastan-e Amir Hamza was also a popular recreation in central and western South Asia and North Africa since medieval times. For the compilers of this cycle, the historical existence of the Persian Empire was of importance…The Persian emperor is advised to get help from Mecca, and from then on the cycle concerns itself with the eclipse of Persian power and the rise of that of the Arabs.

Sira was marked with biographical details to glorify the heroics of tribal warriors.

Murtaza Pracha rated it liked it Feb 27, There is a parallel cycle of the nature of Amir Hamza in Arab with similarities of names and places like Anushirwan that corresponds to Nausheravan, the vizier Buzurjmihr who is synonymic to Buzurjmehr, the Persian capital Midan and also jinn of Jabal Qaf. The performances urxu come about as a result of collaboration between S.

In his study of the Arabian epic Malcolm Lyons discusses Sirat Hamzat dastaj one of the narratives of Arab but does not mention its source or writer; here is a glimpse: Talking about the various heroic cycles and their circulation and narration Malcom Lyon remarks: Web 18 Sep, Heroic and oral story-telling.

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