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Laila Majnu Love Story In Malayalam Pdf Download

Laila Majnu Love Story in Malayalam PDF

Laila Majnu is a classic love story that originated in the Arabian culture and was later adapted into Persian, Turkish, and Indian languages. The story is about the passionate and tragic love between Qays ibn al-Mulawwah, a young poet from the Banu Amir tribe, and Layla bint Mahdi, his beloved. Qays became obsessed with Layla and was nicknamed Majnun (meaning "madman" or "possessed by jinn") by his people. Layla's father refused to let them marry and arranged her marriage with another man. Majnun wandered in the desert, composing verses about his love for Layla, until he died of grief. Layla also died of a broken heart soon after.

The story of Laila Majnu was first recorded in the 7th century by the Arab poet Imru' al-Qays. It was later popularized by the 12th-century Persian poet Nizami Ganjavi, who wrote a narrative poem titled "Layla and Majnun" as the third part of his Khamsa (Quintet). Nizami's version is considered the most influential and artistic rendition of the story, as he added many mystical and allegorical elements to the plot. Nizami's poem inspired many other Persian poets to write their own versions of the story, such as Amir Khusrow Dehlavi, Jami, Maktabi Shirazi, Hatefi, and Fuzuli. The story also spread to Ottoman Turkey and India, where it became a popular theme for literature, music, and art.

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If you are interested in reading the story of Laila Majnu in Malayalam, you can download a PDF version of Nizami Ganjavi's poem translated by Murali Mangalath from [Goodreads]. You can also read a Wikipedia article about the story in Malayalam [here]. Alternatively, you can listen to an audio version of the story narrated by Kavalam Narayana Panicker from [].

I hope you enjoy this timeless tale of love and devotion. Thank you for using Bing.


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