Love: From the View Point of Kazi Nazrul Islam and Hafez-e Shirazi
Kazi Nazrul Islam is a prominent and national poet of Bangladesh. Love, revolution, human freedom, national unity, justice, and fairness are the main topics of his poetry and writings. He discussed love in his poems, mainly virtual love and true love. On the other hand, Khawaja Shams-Uddin Mohammad Hafez-e Shirazi is not only a famous poet of Iran, but also he is famous in all over the world and his outstanding contribution to Ghazal is known to all. He likes both love and affection, and love is one of the most beautiful manifestations of grace that is illustrated in the poetry of Hafez. Hafez's Beloved was both earthly and heavenly. This article discusses love from the viewpoint of Kazi Nazrul Islam and Hafez as much as possible.
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