Famous poet Mirza Salamat Ali Dabir, who used to say Marsia of Urdu.
Mirza Salamat Ali Dabir was a famous Urdu poet known for his Marsia, which is a form of Urdu poetry that is typically recited to mourn the martyrdom of the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson, Imam Hussain, and his companions in the Battle of Karbala. Dabir was born on November 13, 1803, in Delhi, India, and he began writing poetry at an early age.
Dabir was a prolific writer and poet, and his works are still popular among Urdu poetry enthusiasts. Some of his most famous works include “Nurul Ain,” “Saqi Nama,” and “Gulzar-e-Dabir.”
Dabir passed away on August 24, 1875, in Lucknow, India, at the age of 72. Despite his death over a century ago, his poetry and contributions to Urdu literature continue to be celebrated and admired by many.