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Which poet called himself Tuti-e-Hind (parrot of India).?

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Asked by khabardar, 07 Jun '12 04:24 pm
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Ameer khusro!!
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 07 Jun '12 04:25 pm

 
  
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Ameer Khusro served as an ambassador of Hindu-Muslim unity in his time. His Hindu or Hindwi poetry for which he has been so popular among the school-going children as well as elderly generation. In his introduction to Ghurra-ul-Kamal, Khusro writes, "A few poems that I have composed in Hindwi, I have made a gift of them to my friends. I am a Hindustani Turk. I compose verses in Hindwi with the fluency of running water."

It was he, who himself called Tuti-e-Hind(parrot of India). To speak the truth, I am an Indian Parrot. If you want to listen from me some subtle verses, ask me then to recite some of my Hindwi poems." He himself did not collect and preserve his Hindwi poems but made a gift of them to his friends. His poem, Kaliq Bari is a lexicon composed of synonymous words, from four languages, Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Hindwi.
Answered by anil garg, 07 Jun '12 07:58 pm

 
  
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Yaminuddin Abul Hasan Ameer Khusro ...
Answered by Prince Deva, 07 Jun '12 04:26 pm

 
  
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