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How the ghazal traveled from 6th-century Arabia to Persia, India and the English-speaking world
The literary form has been adopted by many different cultures and adapted for a variety of languages, writes the editor of an anthology of Urdu ghazals.
· Jan 11, 2019 · 05:30 pm
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