Dil Hi To Hai Na Sang-o-Khisht - Mirza Ghalib

Dil hi to hai na sang-o-khisht dard se bhar na aye kyun
roenge ham hazar bar koi hamein sataye kyun
دل ہی تو ہے نہ سنگ و خشت، درد سے بھر نہ آئے کیوں؟
روئیں گے ہم ہزار بار، کوئی ہمیں ستائے کیوں؟
Mirza Ghalib - مرزا اسد اللہ خان غالب

Dil hi to hai na sang-o-khisht dard se bhar na aye kyun is an Urdu Ghazal from Deewan-e-Ghalib written by Mirza Ghalib. Read this Ghazal in Urdu and Roman Hindi.

Mirza Ghalib Urdu Ghazal - Dil Hi To Hai Na Sang-O-Khisht Dard Se Bhar Na Aaye Kyun
Mirza Ghalib Roman Hindi Ghazal - Dil Hi To Hai Na Sang-O-Khisht Dard Se Bhar Na Aaye Kyun

Dil hi to hai na sang-o-khisht dard se bhar na aaye kyun is an Urdu Ghazal of great poet Mirza Ghalib. This ghazal is taken from Deewan-e-Ghalib. Mirza Ghalib was the poet of Emperor Bahadur Shah darbar. Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar bestowed him the title of Dabir-ul-Mulk. He was also awarded the title of Najmud-daula and Mirza Nosha by the Emperor; and Mirza adding in his first name. Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar was also a poet and appointed Mirza Ghalib as his tutor in 1854, also appointed as a tutor of eldest son of Bahadur Shah Zafar, Prince Fakhr-ud-Din Mirza.

Mirza Ghalib mother tongue was Urdu, but Persian and Turkish were also spoken at home. Mirza Ghalib tutor was Abdus Samad, a newly converted tourist from Iran, who came to Agra and stayed at the home of Mirza Ghalib. Mirza Ghalib got education from him and learned Persian, Arabic, logic and philosophy. Ghalib started composing poetry when he was just 11 years old. Mirza Ghalib wrote ghazals on many subjects. First elucidation or Sharah was written by Ali Haider Nazm Tabatabai of Hyderabad. The first complete English translation of Ghalib was written by Sarfaraz K. Niazi.