Nazams of Majeed Amjad - Urdu Nazam Poetry

Majeed Amjad Poetry, Majeed Amjad Shayari

1914 - 1976 Jhang

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Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Bodha Panwari Uske Balon Mein Mang Niazi

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

بیس برس سے کھڑے تھے جو اس گاتی نہر کے دوار

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Bees Baras Khade The Jo Us Gaat Nehar Ke Dwaar

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

سحر کے وقت دفتر کو رواں ہوں

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Shehar Ke Waqt Daftar Ko Rawan Hun

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

یہ دنیا یہ ربط سی ایک زنجیر

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Ye Duniya Ye Be Rabat Si Aik Zanjeer

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

گلوں کی شیج ہے کیا، مخملیں بچھونا کیا

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Gulu Ki Saij Hai Kia Makhmalen Bichona Kia

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

آہ کب تک گلہ شومئی تقدیر کریں

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Aah Kab Tak Gilaa Shomai Taqdeer Karen

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

میں نے اس کو دیکھا ہے

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Main Ne Us Ko Dekha Hai

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

ڈاک خانے کے ٹکٹ گھر پر خریداروں کی بھیڑ

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Dak Khane Ke Ticket Ghar Par Khridarun Ki Bher

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

کنواں چل رہا ہے مگر کھیت سوکھے پڑے ہیں نہ فصلیں،نہ خرمن،نہ دانہ

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Kunwa Chal Raha Hai Magar Khait Sukhe Pare Hain Na Faslen Na Khurman Na Danaa

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

جو دن کبھی ہیں بیتا وہ دن کب آئے گا

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Jo Din Kabhi Nahin Beta Wo Din Kab Aye Ga

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

جنون عشق کی رسم عجیب کیا کہنا

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Janoon E Ishq Ki Rasam E Ajeeb Kia Kehna

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

اس اپنی کرن کو آتی ہوئی صبحوں کے حوالے کرنا ہے

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Is Apni Kiran Ko Aati Hoe Subho Ke Hawale Karna Hai

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

بنگ پگڈنڈی سر کہسار بل کھاتی ہوئی

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Tang Pag Sar E Kohsar Bal Khati Hoedandi

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

دل سے ہر گزری بات گزری ہے

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Dil Se Har Guzri Bat Guzri Hai

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

خدایا اب کے یہ کیسی بہار آئی

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Khudaya Ab Ke Ye Kaisi Bahar Aai

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

کاش میں تیرے بن گوش میں بندا ہوتا

Majeed Amjad - مجید امجد

Kash Main Tere Bun E Gosh Mein Bunda Hota

Majeed Amjad Urdu Poetry

Majeed Amjad Urdu Nazam

Urdu Nazam is a type of Urdu Poetry that is used to present a broad view. There is always a theme of a Nazam on which a title is also allotted to the Nazam. There is no compulsion of rhyming words or length in a Nazm. At UrduPoint, you can find a vast collection of Majeed Amjad Urdu Nazam Poetry. Go check out this section, and you will surely find your favorite Urdu Nazam in the list of Majeed Amjad Urdu Nazam Shayari here.

Nazam is a huge part of Urdu poetry traditionally written in rhymed words and modern prose style. In Urdu literature, Nazam is a category of Poetry in which a single thought is portrayed throughout the poem. The title of any Nazam is also very important as it beholds the central theme. There is a certain starting, developing thoughts and conclusion of a writer’s thought in a Nazam.

A Nazam by Majeed Amjad has a specific topic that follows through each verse and sentence. And a poem by Majeed Amjad that does not follow any rhyme scheme or traditional pattern is called free verse. It is a form of poetry without any rules and regulations to be observed.

A Nazam must have

  1. Objective of poetry
  2. A narration of the theme
  3. Must contain philosophy and explain in short words
  4. The meaningful and expressive form of verse
  5. A specific genre

Structure of an Urdu Nazam

Majeed Amjad Nazamain in Urdu often has couplet one after the other, but it is not necessary as Nazam may also have a paragraph of four sentences or more. Couplets are generally a part of a large paragraph; the size of the paragraph is not always constant.

The rhyming pattern of a poem by Majeed Amjad is different from that of a Ghazal, and it may also vary across paragraphs. Nevertheless, the message is conveyed by the simple use of words regardless of making them rhythmic.