The Revolutionary Aspect of Pashto Tapa\protect \RL (bibtex)
by Syed Shahid Ali Shah
Abstract:
Folk songs reflect the very internal feelings, emotions and sentiments of a particular area or locality therefore its universality and emotional effects cannot be ignored. These songs keep honesty, sincerity and truthfulness. Tapa or landay is the oldest and most popular form of Pashto Literature having signifience role in Pashto Folklore literature. Pashto Tapa is the mirror of Pashtun society, civilization and culture, reflects its very way of living. No such example is available in any nation’s history. Tapa or Landay consisted of one and half lines and each Tapa is called an essay as a whole. In other words we can say that like different stanzas of Ghazal, Tapa also narrates precise essay and each subject of a Tapa is presented as a whole. Tapa enjoys a world of emotions, sentiments, hopes, ambitions, dreams and inspiration. According to Dr Anwar Ul Haq "Pasho Tapa is the most popular, most attractive and lovable form of Pashto literature". Tapa keeps honesty, sincerity and truthfulness. It is the mirror of Pashtun society, civilization and culture, reflects its very way of living. No such example is available in any history of the other nations. Tapa or Landay is the one and half stanza and each Tappa is called an essay as a whole. In other words we can say that like different stanzas of Ghazal, Tapa also narrates precise essays and each subject of a Tapa is presented as a whole. Tappa enjoys a world of emotions, sentiments, hopes, ambitions, dreams and inspiration. According to Dr Anwar Ul Haq "Pasho Tappa is the most popular, most attractive and lovable form of Pashto literature".
Reference:
The Revolutionary Aspect of Pashto Tapa\protect \RL (Syed Shahid Ali Shah), In Pashto, volume 46, 2017.
Bibtex Entry:
@Article{2017-Pasht-46-Shah-TheRevolut,
Title = {The Revolutionary Aspect of Pashto Tapa\protect \RL{}},
Author = {Syed Shahid Ali Shah},
Journal = {Pashto},
Year = {2017},
Number = {653},
Pages = {39-44},
Volume = {46},
Abstract = {Folk songs reflect the very internal feelings, emotions and sentiments of a particular area or locality therefore its universality and emotional effects cannot be ignored. These songs keep honesty, sincerity and truthfulness. Tapa or landay is the oldest and most popular form of Pashto Literature having signifience role in Pashto Folklore literature. Pashto Tapa is the mirror of Pashtun society, civilization and culture, reflects its very way of living. No such example is available in any nation’s history. Tapa or Landay consisted of one and half lines and each Tapa is called an essay as a whole. In other words we can say that like different stanzas of Ghazal, Tapa also narrates precise essay and each subject of a Tapa is presented as a whole. Tapa enjoys a world of emotions, sentiments, hopes, ambitions, dreams and inspiration. According to Dr Anwar Ul Haq "Pasho Tapa is the most popular, most attractive and lovable form of Pashto literature". Tapa keeps honesty, sincerity and truthfulness. It is the mirror of Pashtun society, civilization and culture, reflects its very way of living. No such example is available in any history of the other nations. Tapa or Landay is the one and half stanza and each Tappa is called an essay as a whole. In other words we can say that like different stanzas of Ghazal, Tapa also narrates precise essays and each subject of a Tapa is presented as a whole. Tappa enjoys a world of emotions, sentiments, hopes, ambitions, dreams and inspiration. According to Dr Anwar Ul Haq "Pasho Tappa is the most popular, most attractive and lovable form of Pashto literature".},
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Timestamp = {2018-01-17}
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