Legendary Writers of Pakistan

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Basic InformationAbdul HameedBano QudsiaFaiz Ahmad Faiz
NationalityPakistaniPakistaniPakistani, British Indian
Date of Birth192828th November 192813th February 1911
Place of BirthAmritsar, British IndiaFirozpur, Punjab, British IndiaKala Qader, Narowal District, Punjab, British India (currently in Faiz Qader, Punjab, Pakistan)
Date of Death29th April 20114th February 201720th November 1984
Place of DeathLahore, PakistanLahore, Punjab, PakistanLahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Age83 years old88 years old73 years old
StatusWriterWriterWriter
OccupationNovelist, short story writer, playwright, and broadcasterWriter, playwright, intellectualWriter, Poet, journalist, Pak-Army officer
School / CollegeHigh school education in AmritsarKinnaird College for Women (KCW), Lahore.Local Masjid by Maulana Hafiz Muhammad Ibrahim Mir Sialkoti
GraduationCollege education in Pakistan as a private candidateM.A from the Government College University, LahoreMurray College at Sialkot, Government College University Punjab University, Lahore
SpouseN / AAshfaq Ahmed (1925 – 2004)Alys Faiz
Active in Career1955 – 20111947 – 20171935 – 1984
Works have doneAmbar, Naag & Maria, Tahly Thallay (TV serial), Ainak Wala Jin (1993) (A TV serial for children)Raja Gidh (1981)Subh-e-Azadi Naqsh-e-Faryadi Dast-e-Sabah Zindan-Nama
AwardsPride of Performance Award (1997)Sitara-e-Imtiaz (1983), Hilal-e-imtiaz (2010), Kamal-e-Fun Award (2012), Lifetime achievement award (2016)Nigar Awards (1953) Lenin Peace Prize (1962), HRC Peace Prize, Nishan-e-Imtiaz (1990), Avicenna Prize (2006)

Abdul Hameed:

Abdul Hameed was born in 1928 in Amritsar, British India was an artist, novelist, story writer, and playwriter. He got his early education from Amritsar high school and later came to Lahore for higher education after Pakistan came into being in 1947. He could not much education in Lahore due to a lack of money. He completed most of the education by Private organizations. He joined Radio Pakistan, Lahore as an assistant script editor[1].

Abdul_Hameed reading a book of Naryal ka Phool (flower of coconut)
Abdul_Hameed reading a book of Naryal ka Phool (flower of coconut)

Abdul Hameed’s early life and education:

Abdul Hameed was born in the city of Amritsar in 1928, British India. He was known to be an Urdu Literature writer from Pakistan. He gained education from Amritsar and after that independence of Pakistan gained privately. He joined Radio Pakistan which was in Lahore and remained there as an editor for some years. He is known to be the Drama writer, playwriter, and children’s dramas. The drama due to which he was famous in Pakistan was a child’s drama “Ainak wala jin” which was telecast on PTV (Pakistan television) in the 1990s[1].

Abdul Hameed as a Writer:

There are a lot of short stories of Abdul Hameed which was very popular among the people. But there is one of them was liked by most of the people which was “Manzil Manzil”. This short story became famous in the public which was recognized as the short romantic story writer. As well as a writer, he also wrote many of the columns for the national newspapers. He wrote many plays for the radio and television in his career. According to our research, there are more than 200 books which were written by him. Urdu She’r Ki Dastan, Urdu Nasar ki Dastan (in which he gave us the evidence about the style poetry of numerous Urdu style authors from Banda Nawaz Gesu Daraz to the recent prose writers of Deccan and Gujarat), Mirza Ghalib, Dastango Ashfaq Ahmed, and Mirza Ghalib Lahore Mein are his utmost renowned Urdu books[1].

Many dramas were famous in Pakistan, but the most favorite drama of all time was “Ainak Wala Jin” which was played on Pakistan Television (PTV) in the 1990s. Furthermore, there are many novels for children who are more than 100 novels. There is one of the series was famous in that era “Ambar Naag Maria” [1].

Abdul Hameed – The playwright behind Ainak Wala Jin
Abdul Hameed – The playwright behind Ainak Wala Jin

Abdul Hameed Novels[1]:

Abdul Hameed Novel is given below;

  1. Doobay Jahaz Ka Raaz
  2. Sona Gachi Ki Ratain
  3. Ahraam Kay Devta
  4. Sher Maidaan e Jang
  5. Mera Dost Mera Dushman
  6. Ganga Kay Pujari Naag
  7. Veeran Haweli Ka Asaib (2 Parts)
  8. Gulistan e Adab ki Sunehri yadain
  9. Daastango (Ashfaq Ahmed And A Hameed)
  10. Sanp Devdasi Aur Commando
  11. Atoon Series
  12. Paris Ki Rangeen Raatian
  13. Paris Ki Sunehri Raatian
  14. Baleedan (02 Parts)
  15. Janoobi Hind Kay Janglon Main
  16. Toofan Ki Raat
  17. Asiab Zada Taboot
  18. Jabroo (2 Parts)
  19. Kashmir Ke Shaheen (Part 1)
  20. Kashmir Ke Shaheen (Part 2)
  21. Kashmir Ke Shaheen (Part 03)
  22. Watan Ke Sarfrosh (05 Part)
  23. Kargal Kay Shaheen
  24. Pur Israr Mandar
  25. Zonash
  26. Target Israel
  27. Barf Bari Ki Raat
  28. Jahanum Kay Pujari
  29. Talash e Mohabbat
  30. Shamshan
  31. Khushbu Ki Talash
  32. Weeran Jazeeray
  33. Lahore Ki Batain
  34. Rangoon Say Faraar
  35. Gulistan e Adab Ki Sunehri Yaadein
  36. Aur Chanar Julty Rahy
  37. Peela Udas Chand
  38. Bhayanak Nagri
  39. Champakali
  40. Laash Bheeg Rahi Thi
  41. Nariyal Ka Phool
  42. Ehram-E-Misr Say Farar
  43. Aaton Mount Kay Darwazay Par
  44. Harappa Ki Nagin
  45. Undlas Ki Aakhri Shama
  46. Barish Mein Judai
  47. Khazan Ka Geet
  48. Dekho Shehar Lahore
  49. Phool Udas Hain
  50. Qartaba Ki Khamosh Azaanein
Paheli Mohabbat Ke Ansu by A Hameed Urdu Novel.jpg
Paheli Mohabbat Ke Ansu by A Hameed Urdu Novel

Ranger series of Abdul Hameed[1]:

There are many series which were written by Abdul Hameed for the Army and Rangers.

  1. Kaid Se Farar, Qaid Se Frar
  2. Murdon Ke Saray
  3. Zeher Ka Pyala
  4. Phansi Ke Takhtay Par
  5. Srinagar Kay Sherdil
  6. Qartaba Ki Khamosh Azaanein
  7. Samander Mein Dhamakha
  8. Hands Up by A Hameed – Commando Series 7
  9. Commando boy ka fraar
  10. Kanta zehreeli larki
Commando Attack Urdu Novel By A Hameed Bharat Ke Firon series
Commando Attack Urdu Novel By A Hameed Bharat Ke Firon series

Amber Naag Maria Series of Abdul Hameed[1]:

There are many series of Amber Naag Maria Series which was written by him.

  1. Neeli Ankhain Ambar Maria series
  2. Qabar Ki Awaz Amber Maria And Naag series
  3. Naag Zinda Hay, Amber Maria series no. 21
  4. Qaid Se Farar, Amber Naag Maria series no. 14
  5. Makday Ka Jaal, Amber Maria and Naag series, serial no. 9
  6. Harappa Ka Sheesh Naag, Amber Maria and Naag series
  7. Ambar, Naag, Maria series Roohon Ka Shehir
  8. Badruhoon Ka Maskan, Amber Naag Maria series
  9. Shehzaday Ka Aghwa, Amber Nag Maria series

Maut Ka Taaqub Series by Abdul Hameed[1]:

The novels that were written by Abdul Hameed in his career life.

  1. Misar Ki Malika (مصر کی ملکہ)
  2. Firaun ki tabahi (فرعون کی تباہی)
  3. Phansi Kay Takhtay Par (پھانسی کے تختےپر)
  4. Shahzaday Ka Aghwa (شہزادے کا اغوا)
  5. Roohon Ka Shehar (روحوں کا شہر)
  6. Harappa Ka Shees Nag (ہڑپا کا شیش ناگ)
  7. Zehar Ka Piala (ذہر کا پیالا)
  8. Murdoon Kay Siraye
  9. Makray Ka Jaal (مکڑے کا جال)
  10. Main Saanp Hoon (میں سانپ ہوں)

Death:

Abdul Hameed died on 29th April 2011 in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. At that time his age was about 83 years old. Some writers and actors attend the funeral include; Atta ul Haq and the Veteran journalist Mujibur Rehman Shami. His death made a great loss for the literacy circles of Pakistan. His contributions could not be denied by any of the Pakistani[1].

The famous writer, playwright and story writer Abdul Hameed laid to rest in Lahore
The famous writer, playwright and story writer Abdul Hameed laid to rest in Lahore

Awards[1]:

He was awarded by the Pakistani government by the Pride of Performance Award.

A-HAMEED QUOTES | Writer of “Ainak Wala Jin”

Bano Qudsia:

Bano Qudsia was born on 28th November 1928 in Ferozepur, Punjab, British India. She was a writer, novelist, philosopher, and playwright. She wrote about 27 novels, a lot of collection of stories, and many plays for the Television and Radio. She introduced a new style in her literature during the writing of “Gidh Raja” which was very famous in Pakistan. Due to her new style of literature, she became famous in Pakistan. When there was a global encyclopedia compiled in America that covered almost local literature from all around the world, there were only two names which were “Bano Qudsia & Urdu Literature”[2].

Inspiration - Bano Qudsia بانو قدسیہ Sitara-i-Imtiaz
Inspiration – Bano Qudsia بانو قدسیہ Sitara-i-Imtiaz

Education of Bano Qudsia:

Mostly she writes plays in his school time when she was a student but did not start them regularly during school days. When there was a war between Pakistan and India in 1947. She came to Lahore with her family and got an education from there from the Kinnaird College for Women, Lahore. When she came to Pakistan after the partition, her B.A was completed at that time. After that, she got admission to the Government College, Lahore, and completed her education of M.A in the Urdu Language in the year of 1967[2].

Overview of the life of Bano Qudsia:

In her compositions, where the thought is profound, the reasoning is profound. Her significant other, the notable creator Ashfaq Ahmed, had a supernatural, straightforward, and beguiling style. Simultaneously, Qudsia was known for her novel character with regards to her nice, scholarly, and significant philosophical style. She was an essayist as well as a scholarly and the beat of society[2].

Such type of people in the minds of any network who take a more inside and out gander at their environmental factors than the conventional individuals and not just present an exact image of the present yet additionally uncover the untimely impression of things to come circumstance to the peruses[2].

Family of Bano Qudsia:

Bano Qudsia belongs to the family of the Chatha division of the Jutt family. Most of the Jutt belonged from the farming and landlord profession. Bano Qudisa’s father’s name was Badr-ul-Zaman which got the education till B.Sc. in agriculture and was doing a government job. He got the position of Hisar District, Muttahida Punjab. He was fond of horse riding, football, and tennis. He remained the player of tennis. Her father died in 1932 when she was about 4 years old[2].

Bano Qudsia’s mother’s name was Zakria Begum, who was also a highly educated woman and grabbed care of her child’s education. Her husband also took care of the children’s education but he died at a young age. Literary inclinations and mental harmony tied Ashfaq Ahmed and Bano Qudsia in Love Marriage and the couple gave the Urdu Language exemplary dramas, fiction, and novels. They have 3 sons which name Dr. Aniq Khan, Anis Ahmed Khan, and Athir Ahmed Khan[2].

The career of Bano Qudsia:

In Government College Lahore, notable essayist Ashfaq Ahmed was her cohort. At that point, he positively shaped the universe of writing. At the point when he saw the imagination in Bano he urged her to begin composing consistently. She began writing in 1947 after freedom. Movement from Gurdaspur to Pakistan profoundly affected her brain[2].

Bano Qudsia with Ashfaq Ahmed and other writers of Pakistan

Administrations FOR TV:

At the point when TV went to the nation, she began composing for it. She has given her abilities on radio and TV for the greater part a century. Her first show sequential on TV was ‘Sudhraan.’ Qudsia’s insight of writing in Punjabi goes back to the hour of the radio. She composed on the radio until 1965, at that point TV kept her occupied. Qudsia has composed a few TV serials and long dramatizations, including ‘Dhoop Jalli,’ ‘Khana Badosh,’ ‘Klu,’ and ‘Piya Nam Ka Diya.’ Her show ‘Aadhi Baat’ got the status of a work of art[2].

Work for the Urdu Literature:

She showed up in Urdu writing when Urdu fiction arrived at certain achievements in its creative advancement. At the point when her novel ‘Wamandgi Shoq’ distributed in the month to month ‘Adab Latif,’ it declared the ascent of another star in the sky of fiction. One reason this novel pulled in so much perusers’ consideration was that it was composed by a young lady who was a MA (Urdu) understudy[2].

Prevalence VIA RAJA GIDH:

Her genuine notoriety and artistic position originated from her novel ‘Raja Gidh.’ The tale was distributed in 1981. Raja Gadh is one of the conspicuous and best books in Urdu writing. The interminable characters of Qayyum, Aftab, Sami educate the perusers about the contrast among halal and haraam, frenzy, and the ramifications of haraam. Raja Gidh turned out to be so famous with perusers that fourteen versions have been distributed up until this point[2].

Other Popular Novels:

Notwithstanding Raja Gidh, a large number of her books, dramatizations, and fictions, have increased an exceptional spot and acknowledged status in the higher writing. ‘Hasil Ghat,’ ‘Mard Abraisham,’ ‘Trail Ki Ghaas,’ ‘Parvah,’ ‘Moum Ke Galiyan,’ ‘Golden Bail’ are her celebrated works[2].

Raja Gidh Urdu Novel by Bano Qudsia
Raja Gidh Urdu Novel by Bano Qudsia

Notwithstanding Raja Gidh, a large number of her books, dramatizations, and fictions, have increased an exceptional spot and acknowledged status in the higher writing. ‘Hasil Ghat,’ ‘Mard Abraisham,’ ‘Trail Ki Ghaas,’ ‘Parvah,’ ‘Moum Ke Galiyan,’ ‘Golden Bail’ are her celebrated works[2].

The accomplishment of Ashfaq Ahmed’s Bio Data:

Ashfaq Ahmad was composing his life account with the name ‘Baba Saheba,’ yet passing didn’t permit him to finish it. Bano finished it, and its second part gave as ‘Rah E Rawaan.’ The divergence in the composing style of this couple is completely clear in these two distributions; the first part is hypnotizing, inciting, and clear, the second part has dismal emotions. In 2011 ‘Rah E Rawaan’ was distributed. It depicts Ashfaq’s philosophical musings and its conceivable connection to various parts of life. Her endeavor to think of her significant other’s life story took her to compose on his progenitors, uncles, sisters, granddad, and siblings to comprehend Ashfaq[2].

Dramas of Bano Qudsia[2]:

  1. Chota Shehar Baraay Log 
  2. Phr Achaanak Yun Hwa 
  3. Lagann Apne Apne 
  4. Aadhi Bat 
  5. Foot Path Ke Ghas 
  6. Assay Pasay
  7. Tamasel
  8. Hawaa Key Nam
  9. Doosra Qadam
  10. Sidhraan
  11. Suraj Mukhi
  12. Piya Naam Kaa Diyaa

Novels of Bano Qudsia[2]:

  1. Parwah
  2. Moum Ke Galiyaan
  3. Shehr E Bemisal
  4. Tauba Shikann
  5. Raja Gidh 
  6. Aiik Din 
  7. Hasil Ghaat 
  8. Shehr E La Zawaal – Abad Weraanay

Short Stories of Bano Qudsia[2]:

  1. Hijratoon Key Darmiyaan 
  2. Dast Basta 
  3. Aatish E Zeer Paa
  4. Amar Bail
  5. Doosra Darwaza
  6. Baaz Gasht
  7. Naa Qabil E Zikar
  8. Saman E Wajud
  9. Tawajaa Ke Talib
  10. Kuch Or Nahe

Biographies of Bano Qudsia[2]:

  1. Raah E Rawan 
  2. Mard E Abresham

Bano Qudsia’s Death:

Acclaimed essayist, spouse of famous scholarly Ashfaq Ahmed, and noticeable author Apa Bano died on 4th February 2017, at 88 years old years. She has made a perpetual spot in the hearts of her friends and family with her compositions[2].

Inspiration - Bano Qudsia بانو قدسیہ Sitara-i-Imtiaz
Inspiration – Bano Qudsia بانو قدسیہ Sitara-i-Imtiaz

Awards of Bano Qudsia[2]:

  1. Sitara-e-Imtiaz (1983) from the Government of Pakistan.
  2. Hilal-e-imtiaz (2010) from the Government of Pakistan
  3. Kamal-e-Fun Award (2012),
  4. Lifetime achievement award (2016)
Aik Din Geo Ke Saath Exclusive Interview with Bano Qudsia

Faiz Ahmed Faiz:

Faiz Ahmed Faiz was born on 13th February 1911 in Sialkot, India which became a part of Pakistan currently. He was a teacher, an army officer, a journalist, a trade unionist, and a broadcaster. He was the son of landlord Sultan Fatima and Sultan Muhamad Khan. Although Faiz Ahmed Faiz was not a bad-to-the-bone or extreme left socialist, he burned through a large portion of the 1950s and 1960s advancing the reason for socialism in Pakistan. During the period when Faiz Ahmed Faiz was manager of the Pakistan Times, one of the main papers of the 1950s, he loaned publication backing to the gathering[3].

Faiz Ahmad Faiz Remembered On His 34th Death Anniversary
Faiz Ahmad Faiz Remembered On His 34th Death Anniversary

Joining of the Soviet Union:

Faiz Ahmad Faiz had attaches with the Soviet Union for quite a while, a relationship with a skeptic country that later respected him with a high prize. Also, after his demise, he was regarded by the Russian government by naming him “our writer” to numerous Russians. Despite their scholarly ability, Faiz and others favorable to socialists had the minimal political situations in the district.

Editorial manager of the Pakistan Times:

Faiz Ahmad Faiz had faith in Internationalism and underscored the way of thinking on Global town. In 1947, he became editorial manager of the Pakistan Times and in 1948, Faiz became VP of the Pakistan Trade Union Federation (PTUF) [3].

Joining of Pastor Liaqat Ali Khan:

In 1950, Faiz Ahmad Faiz joined the appointment of Prime pastor Liaquat Ali Khan, at first driving a business designation in the United States, going to the gathering at the International Labor Organization (ILO) at San Francisco. During 1948–50, Faiz drove the PTUF’s assignment in Geneva and turned into a functioning individual from World Peace Council (WPC) [3].

In-Touching with the army military:

He was additionally associated with offering help for military faculty in the circle (e.g., Major General Akbar Khan). His association with the gathering, and the upset arrangement of Major General Akbar Khan, prompted his later detainment[3].

Plan and outcast at Rawalpindi

The administration’s inability to catch Indian-regulated Kashmir by the Liaquat Ali Khan had disappointed Pakistan Armed Forces military pioneers in 1948 including Jinnah. An essayist had asserted that Jinnah had huge reservations concerning the capacity of Ali Khan to ensure Pakistan’s autonomy and power. After getting back from the USA, Ali Khan set cutoff points on both the Communist coalition and the Socialist Party of Pakistan. In spite of the fact that the Communist Party of East Pakistan had extreme accomplishment in East Pakistan after the mass dissent was arranged to perceive Bengali as a public language[3].

Communist party:

The Muslim League had neglected to flourish in West Pakistan since it was set up by Jinnah. PM Liaquat Ali Khan at that point set extreme limitations and put tremendous focus on the Communist Party to guarantee that it couldn’t act transparently as a political gathering. The plot had been figured by left-wing military official and Major-General Akbar Khan Chief of General Staff. A covert gathering was led at the home of General Akbar on 23 February 1951, went to by numerous Communist officials and heads of the Communist Group, including Marxist Sajjad Zaheer and the Communist Faiz Ahmad Faiz[3].

General Akbar guaranteed Faiz Ahmed Faiz and Zaheer that the Communist Party will be allowed to act like each other gathering as a legitimate leftist faction and to participate in the elections But, as indicated by socialist Zafar Poshni , who kept up in 2011 that “no understanding was reached, the arrangement was objected, the socialists were reluctant to acknowledge the expressions of General and the members were scattered without meeting once more. [3]”

The plot was thwarted however the following morning when one of the socialist officials deserted to the ISI uncovering the thought processes behind the plot. At the point when the news hit the Prime Minister, the Prime Minister gave guidelines for significant captures to the military police. General Akbar was detained with different Revolutionaries, including Faiz Ahmad Faiz, before the overthrow could be dispatched[3].

Going to jail was like falling in love again
Going to jail was like falling in love again

The council headed by Faiz Ahmad Faiz:

In a council headed by branch officials of the Judge Advocate General in a military court, Faiz Ahmed Faiz was accounted for to have gone through four years in Montgomery Central Jail (MCJ), attributable to his ground-breaking presence, the legislature of Liaquat Ali Khan continued to put him in Karachi Central Prison and Mianwali Central Jail. The communist Huseyn Suhravardie turned into his indictment counselor. Finally, on 2 April 1955, Prime Minister Huseyn Suhrawardy drove Faiz’s detainment, and not long after he withdrew for London, Great Britain.Faiz returned in 1958 however was again captured by President Iskander Mirza, purportedly denouncing Faiz Ahmed Faiz for detailing favorable to socialist recommendations and supporting a favorable to Moscow strategy[3].

All things considered, Faiz’s term was driven in 1960 attributable to the effect of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto on Ayub Khan, and he left for Moscow, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; he in the long run got comfortable in London, United Kingdom[3].

Associations and social appreciation:

Lenin Peace Prize:

He became the first person who got the Asian poet prize which named as the Lenin Peace Prize, the award was awarded by the Soviet Union in 1964. After in 1976, he got another award which was called as the Lotus Prize for the literature. Before death, he was nominated for the Lenin Prize and he also got the civilian highest award by the government of Pakistan, Nishan-e-Haider[3].

Famous Urdu Nazm of Faiz Ahmad Faiz

Murmur Dekhenge (Urdu: ہم دیکھیں گے‎) is a well-known Urdu Nazm, composed by Faiz Ahmed Faiz in 1979 and first distributed in 1981.Originally composed as Va Yabqá Vajhu Rabbika (The substance of your ruler). It was remembered for the seventh verse book of Faiz Ahmed Faiz — Mere Dil Mere Musafir.The sonnet was sung by Iqbal Bano, purposely wearing a sari (considered by some as an Indian and un-Islamic dress for Pakistani ladies), notwithstanding the prohibition on the public recitation of Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s sonnets around then[3].

Remembering Faiz Ahmed Faiz by his aching words
Remembering Faiz Ahmed Faiz by his aching words

The poetry of Faiz Ahmed Faiz:

ہم دیکینگے

لزم ہے کے ہم بھی دیکینگے

وو دین کے جس کا وڈا ہے

جو لاحضول میں لکھا ہے

جبہ زلم او سیٹم کے کوہ گرن

روئی کی ترہ آپ جانگے

ہم مہکومون کی پاؤن کہانی

تم دھرتی دھر دھرکے گی

اور اھل حکم حکم سر اووپر

جب بجلی کر کر کارگی

جب آرزِ خدا کے کعبے سے

سب لیکن اوتھوے جاینگے

ہم اھل صفا مردوd اذیت

مسناد پہ بیتے جاینگ

سب توج اچھے جاینگے

سبقت گیرے جینجے

باس نام رہ گی اللہ کا

جو غیبت بھی ہے ہزیر بھی

جو منظر بھی ہے نذیر بھی

اتھیگا عن الحق کا نارا

جو مائی بھی ہو تم بھی ہو

اور راج کاریگی خالق خودہ

جو مئی بھی ہن اور تم بھی ہو

ہم دیکینگے ، لزم ہے کے ہم بھی دیکینگے

Translation[3]:

We shall Witness

It is certain that we too shall witness

the day that has been promised

of which has been written on the slate of eternity

When the enormous mountains of tyranny

blow away like cotton.

Under our feet- the feet of the oppressed-

when the earth will pulsate deafeningly

and on the heads of our rulers

when lightning will strike.

From the abode of God

When icons of falsehood will be taken out,

When we- the faithful- who have been barred out of sacred places

will be seated on high cushions

When the crowns will be tossed,

When the thrones will be brought down.

Only The name will survive

Who cannot be seen but is also present?

Who is the spectacle and the beholder, both?

I am the Truth- the cry will rise,

Which is I, as well as you

And then God’s creation will rule

Which is I, as well as you

We shall Witness

It is certain that we too shall witness

Dard itna hai har ragg main hai Mehshar barpaa
Dard itna hai har ragg main hai Mehshar barpaa

Death of Faiz Ahmed Faiz[3]:

Faiz Ahmed Faiz died in Lahore, Punjab Province of Pakistan after he came back to Pakistan. His learning was such that, he had been recommended the Nobel Prize in the literature. He died on 20th November 1984. At the death time, his age was about 73 years old.

Naeem Bukhari reciting faiz ahmed faiz kalm

References:

1.            katabistaan. 10th October 2020; Available from: katabistaan

2.            pakpedia. 10th October 2020; Available from: pakpedia

3.            cultal. 10th October 2020; Available from: cultal


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