Komil Horazmi (1925-1899)

Category: Literature of National Renaissance period Published: Saturday, 29 September 2012

Pahlavon Niyoz Komil was born in 1825 in Hiva. He was a poet, translator, musician and statesman.

Komil was a lyric poet. In his works human love and a man’s nice character were highly praised. In his satiric poems “Fuzalo va juhalo” were compared. He was the author of enlightment works such as “Komil”, “Ikki sho’h” and “Qasidai navro’z”.

Komil as a composer and musician created the following works “Murobbai Komil”, “Peshravi feruz” and “Tambur notasi”.

As a translator he translated “Mahfilaro” of Barhudor Turkman Mumtoz, “Latoyif ut-tavoyif” of Safiy, “Ravzatus safo” of Mirhand, from Persian into Uzbek.

M. Yunusov wrote a candidate dissertation about Komil’s life and works. Prof. Sh. Yusupov from National University of Uzbekistan and A. Haitmetov and others are working on Komil’s inharit.

Sources.
Komil Horazmi. Tanlangan asarlar (Selected works). Uzadabiynashr, 1961.
Komil. Devon. Tashkent, 1975.
Asrlar nidosi. Tashkent, 1982, pages 393-408.

Scientific literature.
Yunusov M. Komil Horazmi, Tashkent, 1960.
Yusupov Sh. Komil haqida yangi ma’lumot (New information about Komil). “Sharq yulduzi”, 1968, issue-7.
Haitmetov A., Mo’minova V. “Jaholatga yov bo’lib”. See Komil. “Devon”. Tashkent, 1975. Introduction pages 3-14.

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