qasida


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qasida

(kəˈsiːdə)
n
(Poetry) an Arabic poem of mourning or praise
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He also recited Qasida Burda and Qasida Ghausia after Nikah sermon.
The lines--"If ever the people elect to live, fate must bend to that desire"--from Abu al-Qasim al-Shabbi's renowned qasida penned a year before his death amidst a burgeoning anti-colonial movement in Tunisia and famously echoed again in the capitals of the Arab world in 2011, inspire Choukri's protagonist to begin life anew.
"Abdul Rauf Roofi recited Qasida Barda Shareef in the Mehfl-e-Naat," it said.
The Rhetorical Fabric of the Traditional Arabic Qasida in Its Formative Stages: A Comparative Study of the Rhetoric in Two Traditional Poems by 'Alqama l-Fahl and Bashshar b.
The complainant, Alia Mohabbat, a Naib Qasida at the CDNS, told Director General CDNS that Regional Director Shahid Altaf allegedly raped her in his car on a fateful December evening as the accused offered to drop her to PIMS bus stop after office hours.
Besides ghazals, Shadab also writes qasida, another classical form having origins in Arabic language just like ghazal.
qasida, poems mainly from the Sufi repertoire) are sung by a choir from the Qur'anic school specializing in mulidi (or mawlidi--religious narratives of the birth of the Prophet).
Masarat Al Qasida Al Arabiya Al Mou'asera (Arabic Poetry: Trajectories of Modernity and Tradition) author Muhsin J.
Of the longlisted titles, the following are English-to-Arabic translations: 'Masarat Al Qasida Al Arabiya Al Mou'asera' (Arabic Poetry: Trajectories of Modernity and Tradition), author Mohsin J.
Idem pour mon papa, Jaouad, qui avait un gout special pour les chants poetiques inspires de la Qasida populaire.
(51.) Consider: MacKenzie, David Neil, "The Qasida in Pashto," in Qasida Poetry in Islamic Asia and Africa: Classical Traditions and Modern Meanings, ed.
A famous 13th century poem, "Qasida Burda," is often read in praise of the Prophet and the mercy he has brought.