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An example is the inkqr Departmental Store Mein [In a Departmental Store], which is named thus despite the fact that there the term ‘departmental store’ could easily have been substituted with its Urdu equivalent, and where words like ‘natural pink,’ ‘hand lotion,’ ‘shade,’ ‘scent’ and ‘pack’ are brought into use, and references made to cosmetics brands like, Pearl, RevlonElizabeth Ardenand Tulip.

Hailed as a “great poetess,” her poetry has drawn comparisons to that parbeen Iranian poet Forough Farrokhzadand she is considered among the breed of writers “regarded as pioneers in defying tradition by expressing the “female experience” in Urdu poetry. A translation of each book’s title follows in italics.

Her work was often based on romanticism, exploring the concepts of love, beauty and their contradictions, and heavily integrated the use of metaphors, similes and personifications.

Shakir’s poetry was well-received, and after her untimely death she is now considered one of the best and “most prominent” modern poets Urdu language has ever produced. The most prominent themes in Shakir’s poetry are love, feminism, and social stigmas, though she occasionally wrote on other topics as well. Inkar, is a volume of poetry written by Pakistani poet and columnist Parveen Shakir, and published in Zaidan rated it it was ok Jul 16, innkar To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.


Amjad Bukhari S. Shakir employed mainly two forms of poetry in her work, one being the prevalent Ghazaland the other being fr Parveen Shakir was an Urdu poet, teacher and a civil servant of the Government of Pakistan. Shakir is known for having employed the usage of pop culture references and English words and phrases, that have mixed up with Urduin her free verse — a practice that is both generally considered inappropriate, and criticised, in Urdu poetry.

Shakir’s ghazalyaat are considered “a combination of classical tradition with modern sensitivity”, [4] and mainly deal with the feminine perspective parvwen love and romance, and associated themes such as beauty, intimacy, separation, break-ups, distances, distrust and infidelity and disloyalty. Parrveen she was appointed the second secretary, Federal Bureau of Revenue in Islamabad. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Farhat Yasmeen rated it really liked it Feb 19, Muhammad Shoaib rated it really liked it Mar 12, The accident resulted in her death, a great loss to the Urdu poetry world.

Inkaar / انکار by Parveen Shakir

Refresh and try again. Initially, she wrote under the pen-name, “Beena”. The Delhi Recorder has stated that Shakir “has given the most beautiful female touch to Urdu poetry. Urooj Fatima rated it it was parvefn Jun 14, No trivia or quizzes yet. Shakir’s first book, Khushbu Fragrancewas published in [4: Lists with This Book. She was a teacher for nine years before she joined the Civil Service and worked in the Ihkar Department.


Huma rated it it was amazing Mar 26, She received two undergraduate degrees, one in English literature and the other in linguisticsand obtained MA degrees in the same subjects from the University of Karachi.

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Arguably, Shakir can be termed the first female poet to use the word larki girl in her works—the male-dominated Urdu poetry scene seldom employs that word, and uses masculine syntax when talking about the ‘lover’.

Shakir was highly educated.

During the trip to India for attending International Urdu Conference, Parveen Shakir expressed keen interest in meeting a well-known palmist who was popular among the showbiz celebrities. Similarly, she often made use of the Urdu first-person, feminine pronoun in her verses which, though extremely common in prose, was rarely used in poetry, even by female poets, before her. Parveen started writing at a young age, penning both prose and poetry, and contributing columns in Urdu newspapers, and a few articles in English dailies.

Umair Khan rated it it was ok Mar 12, Following is shakie list of Shakir’s published books.