Za ta sara meena kwam = I love you. Ta zama khwakh ye = I like you. Za ta der yadawom = I miss you very much ta ma ta der yadegy = I miss you. Da zrra sara/sare = with heart pa zra me har wakht rawarege = I miss u all the time Ta der kabarjan ye = (means) you are not giving any attention to me Ya zamaa jaanukai = O my darling Allah pak somra khokoli stergi darkari di = Ah God has bestowed u with

Haiku/Haiko is a very important form of traditional Japanese poetry. It is believed to have originated in the 17th century. Haikus are designed to convey the essence of an experience in a short format. Fortunately this format of poetry is added to our today’s modern Pashto literature, we see number of Pashtun authors busy writing haikus. Here, I’ll share some Haiko work with our readers

A Afia (عفيه) VitalityAghala (اغله) PleasingAmbrin (عمبرين) ScentAngeza (انګېزه) Reason, LogicApana (آپانه) AlmondAriana (اريانه) Land of Arians (Arial – Noble / Pure)B Badrai (بدري) Name of Fairy in a famous Fairy Tale (Saiful Malook o Badri Jamala Shaperai), Some people think it is related to the Arabic word “Badr” meaning New Moon.Bakhtawara (بختوره) LuckyBalbala (بلبله) Name of Bird; Bulbul; NightingaleBanafsha (بنفشه) Name of FlowerBarsala (برساله) EyelashesBibi (بي بي) LadyBibi Rokhana (بي بي روښانه) Rokhana – BrightBrekhna / Breshna (بريښنا) LightningD Diwa (ډيوه) Candle / LightDurkhanai (درخانئي) Heroine of Famous Folk

Abasin (اباسين) The Indus RiverAimal (اېمل) Friend, خوا خوږېAlam / Alamzeb (عالم \ عالم زيب) Alam: World, Zeb: BeautyAmail (امېل) NecklaceAmu (امو) The River AmuAndam (اندام) ForeverAngar (انګار) EmbersArman (ارمان) HopeArsalan (ارسلان)Asfand / Asfandyar (اسفند \ اسفنديار)Atal (اتل) Hero, Leader, GuideAtsak (اتڅک)Aurang () WatercolorAwalmir (اول مير) Prime ChiefAzlan (ازلان)Azmaray (ازمرې) Varient for Zmaray (Lion)B Babrak (بابرک) Little Basilica FlowerBacha (باچا) Nickname of Famous Pashtun LeaderBadam (بادام) AlmondBahram (بهرام)Bahrawar (بهرور) LionheartBakht Rawan (بخت روان) Running LuckBakhtawar / Bakht (بختور) LuckyBalach (بلاڅ)Balay (بلی) Cornice or EavesBehroz (بهروذ)Baryal / Baryalai (بريال \ بريالې)

  The history of Pashto literature spreads over five thousands years having its roots in the oral tradition of tapa. However, the first recorded period begins with Bayazid Ansari (1526-74), who founded his own Sufi school of thoughts and began to preach his beliefs. He gave Pashto prose and poetry a new and powerful tone with a rich literary legacy. Khair-ul-Bayan, oft-quoted and bitterly criticized thesis, is most probably the first book on Sufism in Pashto literature. Among his disciples are some of the most distinguished poets, writers, scholars and

  Pashto also transliterated Pakhto, Pushto, Pukhto, Pashtu, Paxto or Pushtu), known as Afghan in Farsi and Pathan language|] ( the two languages being located on either side of Pashto),is the native language of the indigenous Pashtun people who are found primarily between an area south of the Amu Darya in Afghanistan and west of the Indus River in Pakistan. It is a member of the Eastern Iranian languages group spoken in Pakistan and Afghanistan as well as by the Pashtun diaspora around the world.Pashto belongs to the Northeastern branch

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