Gilgit - Baltistan Pakistan nag’hdi chir insiz (Kalam – e – Bulbul) 12 years ago Pamir Times FacebookTwitterLinkedin[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Gww5BcbJCY] A biGsmiLe Productions’ presentation. About Author Pamir Times administrator Pamir Times is the pioneering community news and views portal of Gilgit – Baltistan, Kohistan, Chitral and the surrounding mountain areas. It is a voluntary, not-for-profit, non-partisan and independent venture initiated by the youth. See author's posts FacebookTwitterLinkedinShare this:WhatsAppTweetLike this:Like Loading... Share this on WhatsApp Tags: Culture, Gilgit - Baltistan, Gojal, Hunza, Pakistan, Wakhi Continue Reading Previous The state of our glaciersNext Pictory VII: Accidents on the KKH More Stories Gilgit - Baltistan CM seeks journalists’ support in countering “fake nationalism, sectarianism” 2 weeks ago Pamir Times Gilgit - Baltistan Video Reports Temperature Has Reached -9°C. Time for Swimming Competition! #Hunza 3 weeks ago Pamir Times Gilgit - Baltistan Deployment of FC troops in Gilgit-Baltistan approved to ‘protect forests’ 4 weeks ago Pamir Times Gilgit - Baltistan GB Chief Court not authorized to take ‘suo-moto notice’ of issues, rules SAC 1 month ago Pamir Times Gilgit - Baltistan SheDev: Gilgit-Baltistan’s “first Women-led tech initiative” launched 1 month ago Pamir Times Gilgit - Baltistan Two medical students from Gilgit-Baltistan hit by “unmarked car” in Bahawalpur 1 month ago Pamir Times 11 thoughts on “nag’hdi chir insiz (Kalam – e – Bulbul)” Great work.. there is no comment on the poetry ….i ve got no words to dive in the depth of the poetry …..its fantastic . the voice is great.the vedio should have some relation with the words ..otherwise its great .. Salom savor . Noor, excellent attempt but a few correction if i remember this fantastic and extra-ordinary wakhi ghazal correctly…. 1. Ti sakorey saiyed hatk nes het yem hu(not yem zu) qubgha cheezer 2. Khooney oobodigisht jirjim shoori rem suula (if i spell it correctly-ruins in english i think) cheezer (not kucha) Coorect me if i am wrong It would be nice if another version of this be made with his own voice….(ba zubaney shayeer) Best, Nauroze Kabul, Afghanistan It’s really a great creativity but remember there is always a room for improvement. It would be a great contribution if we record such poetries of Nazir Ahmed Bulbul. I have heard his songs but I never heard his poetry ahead of. I am realy impressed by his collection of words. Hameedtajiki (GLT) Great effort Noor, just one quick observation… the background picture collage is less supportive to the depth of thoughts from Nazir and the beauty of style from you…. great job keep it up…. Aejaz Karim USA Please visit… http://wtcap.wordpress.com/nazirs-page/ for more beautiful poetry from Nazir Ahmad…. Yem ti yod-e yeereš pirvit skem puzuv-e yaz ki ce waxt Xam-neš yašk-e ya qtoorišt, tut kumer yi loy ko weze Dem xu hijr-eš čir ko nuwμv, koorep wost yem ti Bulbul Počnep yaške ya zaworišt, tut kumer yi loy ko weze Nazir Ahmed Bulbul http://wakhi.wordpress.com/ Nice poerty. a nice man his nice thoughts and his nice poetry. A very innovative effort to narrate the words of the greatest of the modern times Wakhi poetry. I would like to suggest the organizers of Nerew come up with quality products and also would request youngsters like my xiryan NOOR to cooperate with Nerew. As Nazir himself there, I hope the creative work of Nazir continues and more and more people come forward lead by Nazir and others there. There is always a room for iimprovement, so keep it up and I am sure it can instigate more innovative ideas towards better items like this in future Congrats xiryan for your great effort. Sher Karim Great job Noor. It is indeed a very creative thinking to preserve such a valued poetry of Bulbul and off course more attractive in this form. Although everything, I mean your voice, they way you deliver it. Is absolutely wonderful. But there is always room for improvement that we can compose it even better. It’s a kind of first experience so that you can further work on that, after listening that I have got some suggestion like other music and art lovers. The background music doesn’t match to the situation created by the poetry. It would be more attractive to play kind of very soft music. Better if it was sitore. Playing a very old slow tune of any wakhi song especially the songs of the legend wakhi singer Peer Ali, (if u have ever listened to his songs) or any other famous slow tune which is according to the situation. Hope you will carry on your great effort Regards jAk Lahore A personality who is equiped with all the urensils that ensure his balanced nature and approach. His innovative mind and creative approach has inspired many thoughts and mesmerized many souls. An outstanding personality with great skills. Geo Bulbul Regards Aslam Ghalib Islamabad Comments are closed.