لولی و انگریزی عہد ٹی براہوئی رزمیہ شاعری نا جائزہ
An analysis of Brahui Epic and lullaby in British era
Keywords:Loli, mother sings songs
Loli (lulling) carries a great deal of significance in the literature of all parts of the world. A mother sings songs, prays and wished her baby in a way in which she longs to see it (her baby) in future. Such songs, prays and wishes of a mother for her baby are known as lulling in the worlds of literature. There cannot be a single mother who does not lull her baby. In Brahui the word “loli” might have been derived from ‘lodo’ (Rocking/shaking). A mother lays her baby in a cradle or on her lap and sings sweetly while rocking it, as a result of this the baby falls asleep. However, unfortunately, the practice of lulling is dwindling in modern large cities. Loli is also the history of a nation that includes some stories of timidity, bravery, hardships and scarifies. A mother tells and teaches her baby son that how the brave heroes of his motion faced the dangers, took sword, thought and sacrificed their levies for the sake of their dear mother-land. These stories of brave heroes depicted by loli songs are preserved by writers so as to encourage and raise the morale of the youth.
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