The Punjab was a center of literary activity at the time, and Mehjoor had the chance to express himself via his Urdu rhymes, which led to his poetic moniker, Mehjoor. He was also known as Mian Muhammad Shafi Allah Dehlavi, after the ancestor of his family who was a religious scholar in India.
Mehjoor lived in a period when the culture of poetry was popular among the people of South Asia, especially in India. Thus, he got to know about his cousin's fame and decided to become a poet too. When he did so, he used characters from daily life as his subjects. These included birds, animals, flowers, and even the clothes worn by people of his time.
People called him Mehjoor because he used to compose poems on various topics every day. But unlike other poets who used their talent to praise God or famous people, Mehjoor wrote poems about objects that could have any meaning for anyone. This made him special and earned him many fans across the region.
He died at a young age but still managed to compose many poems. Today, his family is still looking for good singers who can recite his poems on stage in order to make some money but so far no one has been able to do so.
According to a Pakistani submission, the name Meesha means "fragrance of blossoms of paradise" and is of Arabic origin. Meesha is an English name that meaning "I have fantastic," according to a Maldivian user. It is also spelled Mijsha.
Meesha is a Muslim name. The meaning of Meeshah in Islam is "gentle."
Meesha is used in both feminine and masculine forms. The corresponding female name is Meesha. The male form of the name is Meeshak.
Meesha can be used as a given name or a surname.
The first syllable of the name "Meesh-" is pronounced like "mezuh" and the second like "mesha". This makes the whole name sound like "mezuh-mesha".
Meesha has been listed among the top names of 2008 by the Social Security Administration. It was chosen because it "is the perfect blend of elegance and simplicity."
As of 2013, the most popular version of the name in the United States is Meesha, followed by Mesha and Myseha. It is derived from the Arabic word for "paradise", "al-janna".
Meerut, often written Merath or Mirath, derives from several sources. The Jats, on the other hand, claim that Meerut was established by a colony of their cast from the Maharastra Gotra. Others claim that Meerut was named after Mahipal, King of Dehli. However, the most popular story goes that the city was named after Meera, a princess of the Raja of Kaushambi who was married to King Jayavarman II of Cambodia.
There are several theories about the origin of the name Meerut. Some say it is derived from "Mihir", a name used by the ancient Indians for the sun. Another theory says that it comes from "Mirath" which means bright in Sanskrit. Yet another theory claims that Meerut was so called because its founders were from Meru, a region in central India. The last theory is supported by some Hindi words such as "Meer" which means sea and "Gurjari" which means sailor.
After independence, when India began using English instead of Sanskrit in official documents, they adopted the spelling Meerut instead of Merath or Mirath.
Today, Meerut is a major industrial center and the fourth largest city in Uttar Pradesh. It has extensive rail and road connections with all parts of India and is close to the border with Pakistan.