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Feb 2, The late Khan Abdul Ghani Khan () came in to the scenario of Pashto literature with new ideas and novel thinking. Due to this reason he is called Lewany Falsafy "The Mad Philosopher". This feature is reflected in his book " Da Pinjry Chagaar" written during his six year. کلیات غنی خان ،دا پنجرے چغار،پانوس،پلوشے،full book in pdf ghani kulyat phanoos da pinjre chaghar & palwashe by in Types > Books - Non- fiction, Book, and Philosophy. Book Of Niccolò Machiavelli Translated By MAHMOOD HUSSAIN KHAN Da Ghairat Chagha poetry of Ajmal Khattak اجمل خٹک دا غیرت چغہ. Ghani Khan () is one of the best Pashto language poet of the 20th century, son of the legendary and peace and non-violence, Khan Abdul Ghaffar.


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He also wrote in English; his first book was The Pathans His only published work in Urdu was his book titled Khan Sahib The book was printed in in Islamabad, Pakistan. The book also contains paintings of Ghani Khan. India was under British rule hence called British India and was fighting for its independence from the British. On August 15, , India finally gained its independence. And a day before, on August 14, , Pakistan had been born, becoming independent of British India.

Hence, before all this independence, the Pashtuns who are now in Pakistan all except the Swati Pashtuns, since Swat was an independent, princely state until were under the rule of British India before the partition of India and Pakistan.

This is where and why Bacha Khan's work was significant.

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As for Ghani Khan, he was initially influenced by his father's political struggles and thus worked for the independence of the Pashtuns ruled by British India. However, he later came to disagree with his father's ideologies he stopped supporting the idea of non-violent resistance, seeing that it was not beneficial to the Pashtuns.

Although he was no longer involved in politics by the time of Pakistan's independence , the government of Pakistan imprisoned him several times, sending him to jails from all over the country. Khan's life was shaped by his illustrious father, Abdul Ghaffar Khan, who rose from being a small landowner in British India's northwestern periphery to an icon of the struggle for freedom and a leading proponent of nonviolence.

Khan's fortunes swung with those of his family.

Ghaffar Khan pulled his eldest son out of Delhi's prestigious Muslim religious institution, Jamia Milli, only a year after sending Ghani there in The Pashtun leader was unhappy with the Muslim clergy's role in provoking a revolt against his friend, the reformist Afghan King Amanullah Khan. Khan was then sent to England, where he lived with the family of a Christian cleric for more than a year before being sent to study sugar technology in Louisiana.

But he had to abandon his studies and return home after his father was arrested in and kept in prison for more than three years. Ghaffar Khan argued that his son's longing for painting and sculpture wouldn't help their struggle against British rule. His father's activism ultimately pushed Khan into politics.

In his early 30s in , he became the youngest elected member of Indian Parliament. According to Sahibzada, "visitors' galleries invariably filled to capacity" during Khan's fiery speeches.

His political fortunes changed for the worse after the emergence of Pakistan in Ghaffar Khan had opposed the creation of the new country as a separate homeland for South Asia's Muslims. The new government launched a harsh crackdown against his Servants of God movement. Its administration in the North-West Frontier Province, now called Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, was dismissed a week after Pakistan's independence was declared in August Khan was sent to prison for nearly six years by invoking a draconian colonial law.

After he was freed in , Khan abandoned his political career and devoted himself to artistic pursuits, which also included painting and sculpture.

But a love for his people and homeland remained a dominant theme in his poetry. One of his poems, "Oh Motherland" is still very popular: I've been fashioned from your clay, You have by my love been shaped; All your soil has watered been, By the blood of my forebears - Father and grandfather, both.

In your bosom, resting, lie, All my bygone ages great. Land beloved above all others, Treasure trove of priceless gems! Khan abandoned the theme of morality, which had dominated Pashto poetry for centuries.

He broke new ground by focusing on aesthetics instead. He wants food, sex and comfort and nothing else.

I think it is the duty of us poets to turn his face to those higher centers of his being where we might see the reflection of his own perfection -- and the face of his eternal Beloved, Beauty.His father spent close to half of his lifetime in jail 44 years out of his 99 years! The tinny strokes on dark and buff surface of the paper accentuated the bone structure here and create a highlight there" Hussain At this point, one may naturally expect the poet-painter's influences where a small amount of evidences approve this connection, and to treat both is further a pressing job.

He was not only a poet but also was a Painter and sculptor. The book was printed in in Islamabad, Pakistan.

Ghani Khan was an impatient man and could not wait long. He seems to b e inspire d b y impressionist palette, such as, in the Woman in Black s , the features seem to be exaggerated and her black costume is treated in shades of dark purple and blues rather than black complimenting with yellow background Khan b. In this the big naughty eyes, cute smile, and twisted hair expose the childish features; unaware of all worries.

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