Poetry of Rehman Baba, Urdu Shayari of Rehman Baba

رحمان بابا کی شاعری

تم نے دن فضولیات میں اور رات سو کر گزار دی

Ay Bad Bakhat Khuda Ko Kis Waqat Yad Karo Ge

(Rehman Baba) رحمان بابا

روک لے اللہ اگر بندے سے سرزد ہو خطا

Rok Le Allah Agar Bande Se Sarzad Ho Khata

(Rehman Baba) رحمان بابا

ناپختہ سخن داں کو برا کہتا ہے واعظ

Na Pukhta Sukhan Daan Ko Bura Kehta Hai Waaz

(Rehman Baba) رحمان بابا

نابینائی بے دندانی سوکھ چلی ہے سر کی گھاس

Na Bainai Be Dandani Sokh Chali Hai Sar Ki Ghaas

(Rehman Baba) رحمان بابا

نہ رکھ اِس سے امّیدِ عیش و نشاط

Na Rakh Si Se Umeed E Aish O Nishaat

(Rehman Baba) رحمان بابا

نہ رکھ کوئی دنیا سے بے جا غرض

Na Rakh Koi Duniya Se Be Ja Garz

(Rehman Baba) رحمان بابا

ہم دوشِ ثریا ہے مقامِ اخلاص

Hum Dosh E Surya Hai Muqam E Ikhlas

(Rehman Baba) رحمان بابا

ہمیشہ محمود غزنوی کو پیش نظر رکھو

Hamesha Mehmood Ghaznavi Ko Pesh Nazar Rakho

(Rehman Baba) رحمان بابا

دیارِ عشق میں کیا ننگ اور کیا ناموس

Dyaar E Ishq Mein Kya Nang Aur Kya Namoos

(Rehman Baba) رحمان بابا

دہر میں مت کر کسی کے ساتھ بھی جور و جفا

Dehar Mein Mat Kar Kisi Ke Sath Bhi Jor O Jafa

(Rehman Baba) رحمان بابا

Abdur Rahman Mohamed was born in 1632. He was also known as Rahman Baba. He wrote with the name of Rahman Baba. He was a renowned Pashtun Sufi Dervish and poet from Peshawar. He is considered one of the most popular poets among the Pashtuns in Pakistan and Afghanistan. His poetry states a peaceful spiritual side of local culture which is becoming increasingly threatened by less tolerant interpretations of Islam.

Rahman Baba has received a large amount of praise. His work is regarded by many Pashtuns to be far more than poetry and next only to the Quran. A collection of Rahman's poetry, called the Diwan ("collection") of Rahman Baba, contains 343 poems, most of which are written in his native Pashto.

After his death, poets, musicians and singers flocked to his gravesite annually. This annual flock attained a festive status over the years which have carried on as part of Peshawar's rich cultural tradition to this day. However, on 5 March 2009, "militants" bombed Rahman Baba's tomb in Peshawar. "The high intensity device almost destroyed the grave, gates of a mosque, canteen and conference hall situated in the Rahman Baba Complex. Police said the bombers had tied explosives around the pillars of the tombs, to pull down the mausoleum". The shrine reopened in November 2012 after Rs. 39m rebuilding. He died in 1706.

Urdu Poetry & Shayari of Rehman Baba. Read Nazams, Ghazals, Sad Poetry, Social Poetry, Sufi Poetry, Friendship Poetry of Rehman Baba, Nazams, Ghazals, Sad Poetry, Social Poetry, Sufi Poetry, Friendship Poetry and much more. There is 1 book of the poet published on UrduPoint, including Mix Poetry Collection by Rehman Baba. Read poetry from the books. There are total 10 Urdu Poetry collection of Rehman Baba published online.