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Mehjoor is a name well known to every kashmiri. One who doesn't read or write poetry is also acquainted to him because of his far and wide popularity in kashmir. Many of the themes of the poetry of Mahjoor involved freedom and progress in Kashmir and he was against oppression and tyranny, his poems awakened latent nationalism among Kashmiris. His popular verses engaged such topics as love, communal harmony, social reform, and the plight of the Kashmiris. He also wrote on such timeless themes as youth, the flowers of Nishat Garden, peasant girls, gardeners, and the golden oriole. At that time, such songs were unknown in formal Kashmiri poetry.