Shajar is the Urdu lafz for a Tree
Yun dekhiye toh aandhi mein bas ek shajar gaya hai
lekin na jaane kitne parindon ka ghar gaya hai
Rough English Translation: On the face of it the storm caused only one tree to fall; but many birds must have lost their home as well.
Shajar al-Durr is also one of the characters of Sirat al-Zahir Baibars (Life of al-Zahir Baibars), a folkloric epic of thousands of pages that was composed in Egypt during the early Mamluk era and took its final form at the early Ottoman era. Fatma Shajarat al-Durr, as the tale names Shajar al-Durr, was the daughter of Caliph al-Muqtadir whose kingdom in Baghdad was attacked by the Mongols. She was called Shajarat al-Durr (Tree of Pearls) because her father dressed her in a dress that was made of pearls.