Heer Ranjha By Waris Shah Complete 2 Volumes

Heer Ranjha Punjabi

Heer Ranjha By Waris Shah Complete 2 Volumes

Heer Ranjha is the most well-liked and traditional love story from the geographical area of Punjab. A mix of reality and imagination, which was written by Waris Shah in the middle of the fifteenth century which fascinate the readers still today.

The story of Deedho Ranjha and Heer Sayal. Deedho Ranjha belonged to a Zamindar family of Thakht-e-Hazara, an area close to Sarghoda. Being the youngest son and his father’s beloved, he spent most of his time enjoying flute whereas his brothers toiled on the lands. After the death of his father, the property was divided among the brothers; sad with the distribution, Ranjha left his town and headed towards Jhang. Jhang was the place wherever the Sayyal tribe lived. Chuchak Sayal the ruler of the tribe had a pretty young daughter Heer. Unlike other girls of that era, Heer was rather froward. She was intrigued by the young handsome trespasser may play the flute therefore well and employed him to tend her father’s buffaloes. Ranjha on the opposite hand was bewitched by her beauty then began a romance that later became immortal. Heer met Ranjha once he took the buffaloes for grazing. Heer’s uncle Kaido reported  this to her father and he arranged her wedding with Saida Khera . Despite her protest, Heer was married off to Kherra.

Ranjha became a Jogi and went door to door sorting out his Heer. He found her in the future and with the assistance of her friends and sister in law, Heer eloped with Ranjha. The couple was followed by the members of the Kherra tribe eventually caught them within the land of Raja Adli. When a shot conducted by a Muslim Qazi, Heer was given back to the Kherras. ravaged by the choice Ranjha looked towards the heavens and asked for justice. Incidentally a fireplace poor enter the city and Raja Adli ordered the trial. Heer was then two-handed over to Ranjha. Reaching home they were welcome by the Sayal tribe and asked Ranjha to move back home and convey a correct Baraat (marriage Ceremony) in order that the wedding may well be organized with eclat and show. Truly the Sayal tribe had not forgiven Heer as she had soiled their name and set to poison her. Heer died when intake poisoned food, the news of her death reached Ranjha and he also died with heart attack .

This book is a complete Pujabi poetry form of this traditional love legendary. You can download this book from the links given below in Pdf format to read offline.

Download link Volume I

Download link Volume II

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