This work is the first sustained attempt of its kind to draw attention to the mystical side of Urdu poetry. The author goes on to show how the pantheistic form of mysticism appeared in Urdu poetry and how certain poets endeavored to reconcile mysticism with orthodox Islam. This book will appeal to scholars of mystical philosophy and Urdu literature.
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Prof. R.S. Bhatnagar, D. Phil., D. Litt was educated in Allahabad, India. He retired as Professor of Philosophy in 1999 from the University of Allahabad.Review:
"Prof. Bhatnagar's book is an important contribution to the philosophy of mysticism and Urdu poetry....The author's deep study of Urdu poetry and philosophy of mysticism, visits to the *ufi shrines and above all his discerning reflection make this book more authentic." - Prof. M. Wahi-ul-Haq Ansari Retd. Professor and Head Department of Persian Lucknow University Lucknow, India "The author has carefully brought out the true picture of how the various Urdu poets interpreted the Sufi thoughts and tenets and how far the mystic verses of these poets were influenced by Indian local elements and Indian mystic traditions." - Prof. Shah Abdus Salam Professor, Department of Arabic and Arab Culture Lucknow University "... will not only open vistas of Urdu poetry to the readers of the English language but will also provide a definite contribution to the understanding of Indo-Muslim Mystic Thought." - Malikzada Manzoor Ahmad, Retd. Professor, Department of Urdu"
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