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Shamas Faqeer


A sufi saint namly "Shamas Faqeer" had written a beautiful Kalam "Zaatas Sipatas"




 Lyrics : Shamas Faqeer (RA) (Kashmiri Sufi Saint)



Zaatas sipatas chai milwan
Khasul Khass chue manz khassan

Vani deu har zarmaa chus tchen
Khasul Khass chue manz khassan

Sheshpash trupeth shishkal wazan
Ishaar tamkue che husharan


Wade te deutnem waade farooshan
Khasul Khass chue manz khassan


Tchandul zaleth pake paeuv soun
Kah wache kholnam woustadan

Houvem bazaar roovum zoun
Khasul Khass chue manz khassan

Summu bukmum aaye partan
Man samad naje sak kar tan


Kul shayun yarjoon illah aslan 
Khasul Khass chue manz khassan

Shamas faqeer aabe hayat chen
Zindagi tamche chai qaemlen

Dev seet thaivnai ahle safhan
Khasul Khass chue manz khassan


Translation  of this sufi Kalam by Maheena Zehra

Thy identity and existence have merged together,
Because uniqueness gets manifested through the unique.

Thee take a look, every way is connected,
Because uniqueness gets manifested through the unique..

The intimation of this call is to awake you of slumber,
To ye surprise, the deceiver made the promise,

Because uniqueness gets manifested through the unique..
Though the brightening light purified the gold,

But the teacher too caught it by the taunting thoughts,
That also made ye lose the merchandise of happiness,
Because uniqueness gets manifested through the unique..


O' Ye! Recite the verse "Sumun Bukmun",
Ye! Recall the Mansaman Najeed,

And, Kul'le Shayun Yarja'oon illa Aslan,
Because uniqueness gets manifested through the unique..

The wanderer Shams shall drink the Aab 'e' Hayaat, Indeed the overcome of thirst for truth and the completion of life lies in it,
Thou shalt be placed in the row with the pious creations,
Because uniqueness gets manifested through the unique..

Thy identity and existence have merged together,

Because uniqueness gets manifested through the unique,
Because uniqueness gets manifested through the unique...

Shamas Faqir was born Mohammad Sidiq Bhat in 1843, to a poor family in Chinkral Mohalla, Srinagar, Kashmir.[citation needed] He didn't receive formal education, but became apprenticed to Niama Saeb, a Kashmiri Sufi poet. He became a disciple of Souch Maliar, Abdul Rehman of Burzalla, Atiq-Ullah of Gulab Bagh, Mohammad Jammal and Rasool Saeb.[citation needed]

When aged 25 he left for Amritsar, in the Indian Punjab, where he became a disciple of another Sufi Saint.[who?] After his return from Amritsar he lived in Anantnag, Kashmir, where he married. He returned to his ancestral home in Srinagar for some time, subsequently meditating for six months in a cave at Qazi Bagh in the Budgam district of Kashmir. Following this he lived in Krishpore.[citation needed]

Many of his poems are on the theme of a mystic's quest for the primal cause of the universe.[further explanation needed] Shamas Faqir's poems used the Kashmiri idiom of his time, and also words from Persian, Arabic and Sanskrit.[citation needed] His poem Merajnama recounts Mohammed's spiritual journey to God.[citation needed]

Shamas Faqir died in 1901, and was buried at Krishpore in Kashmir. He had two sons and a daughter.[1]

 


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