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Yagana Changezi Poetry, Yagana Changezi Shayari

یگانہ چنگیزی - Yagana Changezi

1883 - 2018 پٹنہ

Poetry of Yagana Changezi, Urdu Shayari of Yagana Changezi

یگانہ چنگیزی کی شاعری

تو کیا ہمیں ہیں گنہگار حسن یار نہیں

Tu Kiya Humi Hain Gunahgar

(Yagana Changezi) یگانہ چنگیزی

سب ترے سوا کافر آخر اس کا مطلب کیا

Sab Tere Siwa Kafir

(Yagana Changezi) یگانہ چنگیزی

نوید ناگہاں پہنچی ہے مرگ منتظر ہو کر

Naveed Naghaan Pohanchi Hai

(Yagana Changezi) یگانہ چنگیزی

نقش باطل ہو چلا خواب پریشان بہار

Naqshe Batil Ho Chala

(Yagana Changezi) یگانہ چنگیزی

مستانہ رقص کیجیے گرداب حال میں

Mastana Raqs Kijye Gardab

(Yagana Changezi) یگانہ چنگیزی

خودی کا نشہ چڑھا آپ میں رہا نہ گیا

Khudi Ka Nasha Charha

(Yagana Changezi) یگانہ چنگیزی

جنہیں ذوق حضوری خواب و بیداری میں حاصل تھا

Jinhain Zooq Hazoori Khawab

(Yagana Changezi) یگانہ چنگیزی

حاصل فکر نا رسا کیا ہے

Hasil Fiker Narsa Kiya Hai

(Yagana Changezi) یگانہ چنگیزی

ہنوز زندگی تلخ کا مزا نہ ملا

Hanooz Zindagi Talakh Ka

(Yagana Changezi) یگانہ چنگیزی

بہار زندگی ناداں بہار جاوداں کیوں ہو

Bahari Zindagi Nadaan Bahar

(Yagana Changezi) یگانہ چنگیزی

ادب نے دل کے تقاضے اٹھا ئے ہیں کیا کیا

Adab Ne Dil K Taqaze Uthaye Hain

(Yagana Changezi) یگانہ چنگیزی

Yagana was born in 1884 in Azeemabad now Patna, India. His family name was Mirza Fazl Ali Baig. Initially he used the pen name 'Yaas', and addressed himself as Yaas Azeemabadi, but changed it later on to 'Yagana', and became Yagana Lakhnavi (and finally Yagana Changezi). He considered himself from the Changezi Mughal lineage. He was in the sixth generation of family tree who migrated from Iran during Mughal era.

He was a bright student who won scholarships, but he could not proceed beyond the entrance examination that he passed at Calcutta University. Initially, he shifted to Matyaburj, in Calcutta, where he became the tutor of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah’s grandson Mirza Muqeem and his children. The environment of Matyaburj did not suit him and he returned to Azeemabad and later shifted to Lucknow.

In 1914 Yagana’s first collection of poetry was Nashtar-i-Yaas, his second collection was Aayat-i-Wijdani, which was published in 1927. In 1933 came Tarana, and in the years 1934 and 1945, the second and third edition of Aayat-i-Wijdani published. Each edition of Aayat-i-Wijdani was inflamed.

He died on 2 February 1956 after battling a long illness and loneliness in the later years of his life.

Urdu Poetry & Shayari of Yagana Changezi. Read Ghazals, Love Poetry, Sad Poetry of Yagana Changezi, Ghazals, Love Poetry, Sad Poetry and much more. There is 1 book of the poet published on UrduPoint, including Mix Poetry Collection by Yagana Changezi. Read poetry from the books. There are total 11 Urdu Poetry collection of Yagana Changezi published online.