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Ghazal (Ghalib & Daagh) - N.88195 - (Condition 85-90%) - 78 RPM
Ghazal (Ghalib & Daagh) - N.88195 - (Condition 85-90%) - 78 RPM
Ghazal (Ghalib & Daagh) - N.88195 - (Condition 85-90%) - 78 RPM
Ghazal (Ghalib & Daagh) - N.88195 - (Condition 85-90%) - 78 RPM
Ghazal (Ghalib & Daagh) - N.88195 - (Condition 85-90%) - 78 RPM
Ghazal (Ghalib & Daagh) - N.88195 - (Condition 85-90%) - 78 RPM
Ghazal (Ghalib & Daagh) - N.88195 - (Condition 85-90%) - 78 RPM
Ghazal (Ghalib & Daagh) - N.88195 - (Condition 85-90%) - 78 RPM
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Ghazal (Ghalib & Daagh) - N. 88195 - (Condition 85-90%)

Ghalib (Urdu: غالب‎; Hindi: ग़ालिब) born Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan (Urdu/Persian: مرزا اسد اللہ بیگ خان), on 27 December 1797 – died 15 February 1869),[1]  was a classical Urdu and Persian poet from the Mughal Empire during British colonial rule. He used his pen-names of Ghalib (Urdu/Persian: غالب, ġhālib means "dominant") and Asad (Urdu/Persian: اسد, Asad means "lion"). His honorific was Dabir-ul-Mulk, Najm-ud-Daula. During his lifetime the Mughals were eclipsed and displaced by the British and finally deposed following the defeat of the Indian rebellion of 1857, events that he wrote of.[2] Most notably, he wrote several ghazals during his life, which have since been interpreted and sung in many different ways by different people. Ghalib, the last great poet of the Mughal Era, is considered to be one of the most popular and influential poets of the Urdu language. Today Ghalib remains popular not only in India and Pakistan but also amongst diaspora communities around the world.Mirza Ghalib was born in Agra into a family descended from Aibak Turks who moved to Samarkand (now in Uzbekistan) after the downfall of the Seljuk kings. His paternal grandfather, Mirza Qoqan Baig Khan, was a Saljuq Turk who had immigrated to India from Samarkand during the reign of Ahmad Shah (1748–54).[citation needed] He worked at Lahore, Delhi and Jaipur, was awarded the subdistrict of Pahasu (Bulandshahr, UP) and finally settled in Agra, UP, India. He had four sons and three daughters. Mirza Abdullah Baig Khan and Mirza Nasrullah Baig Khan were two of his sons.  
            Nawab Mirza Khan (1831–1905) (Urdu: نواب مرزا خان‎, Hindi: नवाब मिर्ज़ा ख़ान), commonly known as Daagh Dehlvi (Urdu: داغ دہلوی‎, Hindi: दाग़ देहलवी) was an outstanding Mughal poet famous for his Urdu ghazals and belonged to the Delhi school of Urdu poetry. He wrote poems and ghazals under the takhallus (Urdu word for nom de plume) Daagh Dehlvi (the meanings of Daagh, an Urdu noun, include stain, grief and taint while Dehlvi means belonging to or from Delhi). 
Record Details
TitleGhazal (Ghalib & Daagh) - N. 88195 - (Condition 85-90%)
SingerMohd. Rafi
MusicKhayyam
LyricsGhalib & Daagh
GenreGhazal's
LanguageHindi
LabelHMV
Made InIndia
ManufactureThe Gramophone Company Of India Ltd.
Serial No.N. 88195
Side One
  • Yeh Na Thee Hamari Qismat - Ghalib
Mohd. Rafi
Side Two
  • Ghazab Kiya Tere Vaade Pe - Daagh
Mohd. Rafi
Specification
Size10 Inches
Speed78 RPM
Record Condtion85-90%
Cover ConditionExcellent

 

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Lyrics
Lyrics - 1Ghalib
Lyrics - 2Daagh
Music
Music - 1Khayyam
Record Details
GenreGhazals
LabelHMV
LanguageHindi
Size10 Inches
Speed78 RPM
Singer
Singer - 1Mohd. Rafi
Songs
Side1 - Song1Yeh Na Thee Hamari Qismat - Ghalib
Side2 - Song1Ghazab Kiya Tere Vaade Pe - Daagh