Maa Or Maamta (Urdu Language) By Sheikh Habib Ur Rehman Butalwi
Author: Sheikh Habib Ur Rehman Butalwi
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2010
About This Book:
Sheikh Habib Ur Rehman Butalwi's "Maa Or Maamta" is a touching and genuine portrayal of the fundamental love between a mother and her child. The author blends lyrics that commemorate mothers' unlimited love, compassion, and caring spirit into the beautiful fabric of the Urdu language. This book is a lyrical ode to mothers' holy and irreplaceable role in creating lives and nurturing the virtues of love, sacrifice, and resilience.
Dedicated to Motherhood:
"Maa Or Maamta" is essentially an homage to motherhood. Sheikh Habib Ur Rehman Butalwi captures the essence of a mother's love through the beauty of Urdu poetry—a love that is unconditional, unselfish, and an enduring source of strength for her children.
The verses in this book have a strong emotional resonance. The author articulates the complex emotions experienced inside the sacred link of mother and child using the eloquence of Urdu. Each sentence captures the complexities of this one-of-a-kind and irreplaceable bond, from the warmth of a mother's touch to the unspoken language of understanding.
"Maa Or Maamta" celebrates the earthly expression of motherhood while also delving into the spiritual qualities of a mother's love. The author incorporates Sufi wisdom and Islamic teachings into the poems, infusing them with a profound awareness of the spiritual virtues exemplified by mothers.
The book pays attention to the cultural reverence that Urdu-speaking societies bestow on motherhood. Sheikh Habib Ur Rehman Butalwi employs not only the language beauty of Urdu but also its cultural depth, producing work that speaks to people who share this cultural legacy.