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Heer Ranjha is one of several popular tragic romances of Punjab. The others are Mirza Sahiba and Sohni Mahiwal. There are several poetic narrations of the story , the most famous being 'Heer' by Waris Shah written in It tells the story of the love of Heer and her lover Ranjha. Heer Ranjha is a famous sad, love story from the Punjab (now in Pakistan). Other Punjabi love stories are Mirza Sahiban, and Sohni Mahiwal. The story is about two lovers, Heer a beautiful village girl from a rich and noble family; and Ranjha, a poor farm looked after Water buffaloes belonging to Heer's father. Reza, happy with the archery action of the last story, asked, “Abbu, does your tale also have the same fighting that Ammi's tale had?” “Wait and see,” Abbu said. After popping a few nuts into his mouth, he began the most famous folktale of Pakistan. * * *. Roughly six centuries ago, in Takht Hazara, a village in the Punjab .
19 Aug Heer – Ranjha Story in Urdu: Tarekh mein kuch sachi mohabbat kerne wale aese bhi paye jate hain jin kay wajood to aaj nahain rahe hain leakin un ke mohabbato ke misale aaj bhi de jate hain aur jin kay dilo mein chahat kay diyay jal chuke ho woh un ke aramgaho pe hazari dete hain. Aik aesa he jora. 6 Jun Being an "unofficial" version of the famous love story. In the village of Takht Hazara there once lived a young man named Dheedo, of the clan of Ranjha. He was the youngest son of a wealthy landowner, and as the youngest, he was a trifle spoiled. Rather than working or managing the family property, he. 24 Jul We all are familiar with Waris Shah (Urdu: السيد وارث علي شاه النقوي الرضوي البهكري البدراني ), ਵਾਰਿਸ ਸ਼ਾਹ (Gurmukhi); –) who was a Punjabi Sufi poet of Chishti order, renowned for his contribution to Punjabi literature by immortalizing the love story of Heer Ranjha. His poetic verse is a.
It is believed that the poem of Heer and Ranjha had a happy ending but Waris Shah gave it the sad ending described above, thereby giving it the legendary status it now enjoys. It is argued by Waris Shah in the beginning of his version that the story of Heer and Ranjha has a deeper connotation - the relentless quest of man.