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Tilok Chand Mahroom

Maktaba Jamia Limited, New Delhi
1960 | More Info
  • Contributor

    Mukta Lall

  • Categories

    Children's Literature

  • Pages

    124

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تلوک چند محروم مشہور شاعراور جگن ناتھ آزاد کے والد تھے۔ محروم نے بچوں کے لئے بھی لکھا ، بچوں کے لئے لکھی گئی ان کی نظمیں بچوں میں قومی جذبات کو ابھارنے اور ان کو زندگی کی مثالی اقدار سے متعارف کرانے کیلئے مؤثر ہیں۔ بہار طفلی ،تلوک چند محروم کاشعری مجموعہ ہے۔جس میں بچوں کے لیے لکھی گئی نظمیں شامل ہیں۔ چونکہ محروم کا تعلق عمر بھر درس تدریس سے رہا انھیں بچوں کو سمجھنے اور ان کی نفسیات جاننے کا موقع ملا ۔وہ بچوں کی نفسیات و احساسات سے بخوبی واقف تھے ۔اس لیے ان کی لکھی ہوئی نظمیں بچوں کے ذہن اور نفسیات کے عین مطابق ہیں۔ زیر نظار کتاب "بہار طفلی " میں مجود نظموں میں سے کچھ نظمیں تو وہ ہیں جو انھوں نے لکھی اور بعض نظمیں وہ ہیں جو انھوں نے انگریزی سے ترجمہ کیا ہے۔

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Tilok Chand Mahroom

Tilok Chand Mahroom

Popular poet, Tilok Chand Mahroom was born on July 01, 1887 at a small place in tehsil Isa Khail, Miyan Wali in Punjab, Pakistan. After passing his middle school examination, he continued his studies further to acquire the degrees of Entrance, B. A. and S. A. V. as a private candidate. In 1908, he joined Mission School Dera Ismail Khan as a teacher. In 1933, he was appointed the head master of Cantonment Board Middle School. With the communal riots following India’s Partition in 1947, he migrated to Delhi from Rawalpindi.

Mahroom had a natural inclination towards composing verse which led him to write poems at an early age in his life. In 1901, when he was a middle school student, he wrote the elegy of Queen Victoria. During his days in high school, his poems found way in prestigious journals like Zamana and Makhzan. Mahroom practised all poetical forms. Many of his poems are marked by the spirit of patriotism. In this respect, he falls in the tradition of Suroor Jehanabadi and Brij Mohan Chakbast. He also wrote poems for children that enthuse and fill them with patriotic fervour. Ganj-e-Maani, Rubaiyat, Karvan-e-Watan, Nairang-e Maani, Bacchon Ki Duniya, and Bahaar-e-Tifli are the collections of his poetry. He breathed his last on 6th January 1966 in Delhi.     

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