At the time, Gujrat, on the river Chenab, was a caravanserai on the trade route between Bukhara and Delhi. Sohni’s town was located on the trading route between Delhi and Central Asia and trading caravans passed through it. Both comments and pings are currently closed. While checking out the merchandize in the town Izzat Baig came upon Tulla’s workshop where he spotted Sohni sitting in a corner of the workshop painting floral designs on the earthenware. Websource: Punjabi Lok Virsa Blog * * * I glanced over at my children thinking that they would both be asleep but I was wrong. Sohni’s husband, meanwhile, had discovered that he could not win Sohni’s heart no matter what he did to please her and started spending more time away from home on business trips. The story also appears in Shah Jo Risalo and is one of seven popular tragic romances from Sindh. Read sohni mahiwal from the story true love stories by alia_bhatt (Janvi Arora) with 518 reads. Hearing Sohni’s cries for help,Mahiwal also jumped into the river to save her. That name stayed with him for the rest of his life and even after. Sohni Mahiwal is a tragic love story which reverts the classical motif of Hero and Leader. He eventually moved to a small hut across the river Chenab from Sohni's new home hamirpur. ... Others agreed, so they named her Sohni, meaning “beautiful” in Punjabi. Sohni, addressing the pitcher:It’s dark and the river is in floodThere is water all around.How am I going to meet my Mahiwal?If I keep going I will surely drownAnd if I turn backI wouldn’t be living up to my promise to MahiwalI beg you, with folded hands,Help me cross the river and meet my Mahiwal.You always did it. She reported the matter to her mother (Sohni’s mother-in-law) and both of them, rather than informing Sohni’s husband, decided to get rid of Sohni. The others are Sassi Punnun, Mirza Sahiba, and Heer Ranjha. Sohni and Mahiwal – A Punjabi Love Story Sohni and Mahiwal – A Love Story Sometime during the late Mughal period there lived in a town on the banks of River Chenab, or one of its branches, a potter (kumhar) named Tulla. Sohni's tomb is located at Shahpur Chakar Road, Shahdadpur, and is visited by lovers. Many paintings of Sohni Mahiwal continue to be created by well-known artists such as Sobha Singh. Sohni Mahiwal is a tragic love story which inverts the classical motif of Hero and Leander. Please do it tonight, too. The story of Sohni and Mahiwal was popularized in the Punjabi qissa (long poem) Sohni Mahiwal by Fazal Shah Sayyad, who also wrote poems on Heer Ranjha, Laila Majnu and others.. One such job was that of grazing people’s cattle – buffaloes. Tulla’a pottery was famous, and in demand all through Punjab, and even in lands beyond. Sometime during the late Mughal period there lived in a town on the banks of River Chenab, or one of its branches, a potter (kumhar) named Tulla. Without thinking, he carved a piece of his thigh. Sohni Mahiwal True Love Story In Hindi With History & Biography Of Sohni Mahiwal, Real Love Story, Sohni Mehar, जाने सोहनी महिवाल की सच्ची अमर प्रेम कहानी Sohni didn't realise this at first but then she told Izzat that this fish tastes different. Sohni grew up to be not only a beautiful young woman but also an accomplished artist who made floral designs on the pots and pitchers that came off her father’s wheel. Abandon the trip and go back or continue trying to swim without the pitcher and drown? On the day the "barat" (marriage party) of that potter arrived at her house, Sohni felt helpless and lost. Sohni mahiwal love story In a village along the Chenab River in Punjab, there was a potter who created the most lovely earthenware pots in the region. The heroine Sohni, unhappily married to a man she despises, swims every night across the river using an earthenware pot to keep afloat in the water, to where her beloved Mehar herds buffaloes. Sohni too lost her heart to Izzat Baig. Her inner struggle at this point – her fear of not being able to make the trip and thus not living up to the test of true love, her hope of making it, somehow, with the help of the pitcher Roughly translated and paraphrased the song runs as follows: The pitcher replies:I wish I were baked in the fire of love like you areBut I am not. Shahzada Izzat Baig, a rich trader from Bukhara (Uzbekistan), came to Punjab on business and halted in Gujrat. She would hide the pitcher in a bush for her next trip the following night. This entry was posted on Sunday, November 24th, 2013, 3:23 am and is filed under Pakistan-A Nation of Hope, Pakistan-A Nation of Love & Romance. In order to linger at the workshop he started purchasing random pieces of pottery as if he were buying them for trading. Both Reza and Mehru had not stirred from their place. As the story goes,their bodies were washed ashore and found next day lying next to each other. Shah begins the story at the most dramatic moment, when a young woman cries out for help in the cold river, attacked by crocodiles. The heroine Sohni, unhappily married to a man she despises, swims every night across the river using an earthenware pot to keep afloat in the water, to where her beloved Mehar herds buffaloes. Because of his newfound occupation people started calling him Mahiwal: a short variation of MajhaNwala or the buffalo-man. He wrote four or five qissas in Punjabi, which include Sohni Mahiwal, Heer Ranjha, Yusuf Zulaikha, Laila Majnu and Sassi Punnu. Their wonderful daughter only … When Mahiwal came to know of Sohni’s marriage he was devastated. Izzat would come to the riverside and Sohni would come to meet him swimming with the help of an inverted hard baked pitcher (inverted so that it would not sink). The other six tales are Umar Marui, Sassui Punhun, Lilan Chanesar, Noori Jam Tamachi, Sorath Rai Diyach and Momal Rano commonly known as Seven Heroines (Sindhi: ست سورميون ) of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai. Sohni Mahiwal Complete Urdu Novel By Unknownz in Pdf file format. Sohni Mahiwal novel pdf by Sana Zaheer Sohni Mahiwal novel by Sana Zaheer. Sana Zaheer is a new writer and its her new novel which is being written for us. © 2020, All Rights Reserved by Pakistan Think Tank. Sohni spent her childhood playing and observing things in her father’s workshop. Eventually he found her house and managed to meet her in the guise of a beggar and gave her his new address – a hut across the river. Road, Barnala-148101 Punjab - INDIA. In the dark of night, when the world was fast asleep, the lovers would meet by the river. Taking advantage of her husband’s absence Sohni started meeting Mahiwal regularly. With their death Sohni and Mahiwal moved into the world of legends and lore. One such caravan that made a stopover included a young handsome trader from Bukhara, named Izzat Baig. Four Hindi film versions, named Sohni Mahiwal have been made: This article is about the love story. Pakistani pop band Noori's song Dobara Phir Se is inspired by the lore of this story as well as the more recent, Paar channa de, from Coke Studio Pakistan (season 9). He took up permanent residence in the town and would visit Sohni at her father’s shop on one pretext or the other. She was sent off to the husband's house in a Doli (palanquin). Once upon a time, on the banks of the river Chenab, near the city of Gujrat, lived a potter named Tulla.