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Inhaltliche Beschreibung und Geschichte des Werks
|↳ Schreiber :||Muḥammadī Kātib|
|Datum der Abschrift :||29th Ṣafar 1269/ 12. December 1852|
|↳ Kurzform :||مِير تقى مِير|
|Mīr Taqī Mīr|
|↳ wie in Referenz :||میر محمد تقی|
|Mīr Muḥammad Taqī|
|↳ Todesdatum :||1810|
|↳ Todesort :||Lucknow|
|↳ wie in Referenz :||نکات الشعرا|
|Inhalt :||Mīr Muḥammad Taqī, nom de plume Mīr, otherwise known as Mīr Taqī Mīr, was the son of Mīr ʿAlī Muttaqī – a well-known and pious man of Agra. On the death of his father, Mīr went to Delhi during the reign of the Emperor Shāh ʿĀlam, and was supported and educated by his uncle, Sirāj-ud-Dīn ʿAlī Ḵẖān Ārzū, a famous scholar and Persian poet of his time (see Ms. No. 17). Owing to religious and family differences between the nephew and uncle, they became estranged and Mīr went to Lucknow in the time of Nawāb Āṣaf-ud-Daulah in а state of utter poverty. According to Āzād (Āb-e-Ḥayāt, p. 205), he left Delhi in 1190 A. H./1776 A. D., but Lut̤f (Gulshan-e-Hind) gives the date as 1197 A. H./ 1783 A. D., and Sprenger, p. 175, also says it was after 1196. The Nawāb assigned to Mīr a monthly cash allowance of 300 Rupees, which was also continued by his successor, Nawāb Saʿādat ʿAlī Ḵẖān. Mīr died at Lucknow in 1225 A. H./1810 A. D. at the age of about 90 and was buried in that city. Nāsiḵẖ wrote a chronogram on the death of Mīr in the words واویلا مرد شہ شاعران , which comes to 1225 A. H.
Mīr Taqī was a prolific writer and his poetry is held in great esteem. His works consist of six Dīwāns of G̲h̲azals, including a large number of mas̤nawīs (for two of his mas̤nawīs, see Ms. No. 50), and other poems, besides a Dīwān in Persian, and the present work.
Nikāt-ush-Shuʿarā consists of short biographical notices of 103 Reḵẖtah poets together with selections from their poems. Mīr has included his own poetry in this work from pp. 170-197. This Taẕkirah was claimed by the author to be the first of its kind. Mīr says in the preface of the present work (p. 2):
پو شیدہ نماند کہ در فن رینحتہ کہ۰۰۰
Mīr had started this Taẕkirah in 1161 A. H./1748 A. D. and finished it by Shaʿbān 1165 A. H./June, 1752 A. D. Thus, it is regarded to be the first Taẕkirah of Urdū poets and also the best as regards its impartial and critical treatment of the poetry of Urdū poets. (See Sprenger: Oudh Cat., pp. 175-178.) The following note is found on the fly-leaf
تذكره میر بتاریخ شانزدہم دسمبر ۱۸۵۲ سنه این تذكره از محمدی کتاب رسید
whereas at the end on pp. 199-200, a table of contents consisting of 103 poets is given in a different hand in the following manner.
|Editionen/Literatur :||For life and works of Mīr, see Garcin de Tassy (Litt. Hind.), vol. II, pp. 305-321; Sprenger, pp. 175-178; Pertsch, pp. 673-674; Beale, p. 249; Āzād, pp. 203-212; Saksena, pp. 70-80; Bailey, pp. 47-49; Ṣādiq, pp. 94-101; Russell and Ḵẖūrshīd, pp. 95-270; Nigār (Taẕkirah), pp. 41-42; ʿAskarī, pp. 145-168.
For other Mss. of Nikāt-ush-Shuʿarā, see Sprenger, pp. 175-178, no. 42; Pertsch, pp. 673-674, no. 668; Garcin de Tassy (Cat.), p. 256, no. 2882; Ḥusain, pp. 15-16, no. 846. [Another Ms. Rampur, see Oriental College Magazine Lahore VI, Febr. 1930, p. 114; further Cat. of the Pers., Turk. and Hindi Mss. in the Bodlein Library, 392. Spies.]
Muḥammad Ḥabīb-ur-Rahmān Ḵẖān Shīrvānī, Anjuman-e-Taraqqī-e-Urdū, Aurangābād (Deccan), 1920. Maulavī ʿAbdul Ḥaq, Anjuman-e-Taraqqī-e-Urdū, Aurangābād (Deccan), 1935.
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|↳ Zustand :||good condition, floral design at the back|
|Blattzahl :||200 Seiten|
|Blattformat :||15,0 x 25,0 cm|
|Textspiegel :||9,0 x 19,0 cm|
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