Anarkali ki kahani in urdu
Anarkali by Imtiaz Ali TajThe classic Urdu play, Anarkali was first published in Lahore in 1922. It was written by renowned playwright, Syed Imtiaz Ali Taj and retold in the epic Indian movie, Mughal-e-Azam (1960).
The story takes place in 16th century India. Prince Saleem, eldest son of Mughal Emperor, Akbar the Great has returned home after years of military service. He falls in love with Anarkali, a beautiful court dancer and wants to marry her. The Emperor objects because she is of low birth and thus, an inappropriate match for his son. This is underlined when Anrakali performs her art in the Hall of Mirrors. Her sworn enemy, Dilaram another slave-girl, has fixed a mirror so that the Emperor notices Anarkalis lustful gestures of infatuation for Saleem. He orders her to be imprisoned. Saleem defies the Emperor by visiting her prison cell where she begs him to save her as well as his own life. Saleem promises to do so, but if he is to prevail, he must face the full force of the Emperor’s will.
The play has many parallels with Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet as the ‘star-crossed lovers’ discover that the course of true love never did run smooth.
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The tomb is known as the last abode of the celebrated romantic character Anarkali, a courtesan of the Mughal emperor Akbar and his son Prince Saleem Jahangir. The character of Anarkali has always haunted the historians, in particular, and the people in general, with a strong feeling of suspense, mystery, awe and a passionate romance. The story of Anarkali is, originally, a traditional legend which has travelled verbally from generation to generation. It is really amazing that neither Jahangir mentioned her in his book Tuzk-i-Jahangiri, nor any contemporary historian left any clue of her saga. The first historical mention of Anarkali is found in the travelogue of the British tourist and trader, William Finch, who came to Lahore during to
The mausoleum is an elegant octagonal white-washed stone building with 8 corner turrets, each topped with a domed kiosk, a masterpiece of solid masonry work of the early Mughal period. This tomb is the final resting place of Anarkali, the protagonist of our great enigma, one half of our 17 th century royal romance riddle, and the point where all the threads start to unravel. On the sarcophagus are etched the 99 names of Allah. Two years, namely Hijra and , are also inscribed, which correspond to AD and AD respectively. On the northern face of the sarcophagus is the following inscription, written in Persian:. Mughal-e-Azam was the highest-grossing film of its time and is popularly regarded today as the greatest Bollywood film of all time.