Poetry of Noshi Gilani

Image of Noshi Gilani, Urdu Poet - Pic of Noshi GilaniBrief Introduction. Noshi Gilani (born in Bahawalpur on 4 March 1964) is an Urdu poet and a former academic from Islamia University, Bahawalpur. She studied at Bahawalpur University. She settled in San Francisco, USA in 1995. She moved to Australia after her marriage with Saeed Khan, an Australian-based Urdu poet in 2008.

She has written several books of poetry, namely;-
Mohabatain Jab Shumar Karna (1993)
Udas Honay Kay Din Naheen (1997)
Pehla Lafz Mohabat Likha (2003)
Selected poems like Ay Meeray Shareek-e-Risal-e-Jaan
Hum Tera Intezaar Kurtey Rahey (2008)
Noshi Gillani poems (2008) ISBN 978-1-904634-75-1
Hawa Chupke sey Kehti Hai (2011)

She co-founded the Urdu Academy of Australia (Sydney) in 2009. The Academy organizes monthly sittings in Sydney to promote Urdu Poetry and literature.

Ghazal: ‘Koi Mujhko mera Bharpoor Sarapaa laa day’

Noshi Gilani's Ghazal, Koi Mujhko mera Bharpoor Sarapaa laa day - Poetry of Noshi Gilani

Related Pages:
Urdu Poetry
Punjabi Poetry
Sufi Poetry


  1. Maj Rauf Shad says:

    Who so ever has a brain is settled abroad.
    “Gham-e-zindagi mea na kohee jahee baher …Meree ALLAH meree dais ko eisa bana de”.

  2. Nice poetry.

  3. Nice poetry.

  4. Waseem Hashmi says:

    Meri aankhoon ko wohi khwab purana laa day…….. Awesome lines and beautiful approach to evolving social issues and complications.

  5. Brig Latif (r) says:

    She is a poetess par excellence.

  6. Col Shah Alam, Canada says:

    Ma’am! Thank you for sharing your brilliant poetry. Despite my somewhat naive understanding of Urdu poetry, I could still appreciate it. Your passion in pursuing your dreams across continents is commendable and that’s what I’ll raise my hats off to.

  7. Lt Col Masood Alam (retd) 2nd SSC says:

    Excellent poetry.. enjoyed reading. Thanks for sharing.

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