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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Siyasat Shayari

Siyasat Shayari


Kayede Kanun Ki Dhajji Uda Kar Chal Diye
Din Dahade Be Wajh Lashe Bicha Kar Chal Diye

Shanti Or Ekta Ki Hath Mein Lekar Mashal
Begunaho Ke Hazaro Ghar Jala Kar Chal Diye

Kahte Hain Khud Ko Masiha, Deen-Dukhiyon Ke Magar
Haddiyon Par Unke, Apna Ghar Bana Kar Chal Diye

Kya Dharam Iman Se Or Jaat Se Inko Garaz
Ye Havas Ke Bande, Gairat Ko Duba Kar Chal Diye

Desh Ki Inko Kya Khabr Hogi Ab
Chand Sikko Ke Liye Danv Laga Kar Chal Diye

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Aaj Jo Insaniyat Ke Muh Par Kalikh Mal Gaya
Dekhiye To Uska Chehra Kis Tarh Bedaag Hai

Hath Jode Muskura Kar, Puchta Hai Haal Chal
Par Yahi Sab Se Bada Vishdhar Hai, Kala Naag Hai

Door Hi Isse Rahiye Agar Rahiye To Behtar Hai
Kab Jala Kar Rakh Kar De aadmi Ye Aag Hai

Aadmi Ko To Chabata Hai Zalim Iss tarh
Aadmi Iske Liye Goya Ki Roti-Saag Hai

Loot Karke Din Dahade, Bach Nikalta Hai
Kon Uss Par Shak Kare, Itna Bada Wo Ghagh Hai

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Mizaj Apna Badalna Chahta Hu
Hawa Ke Rukh Ko Badlna Chahta Hu

Suno Kashmiri Hawao, Barfili Hawao
Tumhare Sath Jalna Chahta Hu

Gani Jiske Tavssut Se Hua Main
Usi Ka Sar Kuchalna Chahta Hu

Koi Likh Lo Meri Bhi Aapbiti
Ke Main Sab Kuch Ugalna Chahta Hu

Wahi Par Thokare Lagti Hai
Jaha Par Main Sambhlna Chahta Hu

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Gaon Esa Hua Shahar Logo
Khoj Hai Na Koi Khabar Logo

Ghoot Jo Bhi Pilaye The Maa Ne
Umr Bhar Tha Wahi Asar Logo

Aap bhi Ek Makan Le Lena
Bas Raha Hai Alag Nagar Logo

Wo Dawa De Raha Mujhe Esi
Jese Deta Koi zahar Logo

Khof Ese Basa Hai Aankho Mein
Waqt Phir Se Gaya Thahar Logo
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Rehnumayo ne milkar mulk sara loota hai
Ab ise bachane ki apni zimmedari hai".
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Siyasat Or Nafrat Se Dhaka Ho Asman Sara
Muhabbat Ka Suraj Uga HarDam Dubara
Nahi Hai Chehre Pe Dhadi, Nahi Hu Mai TilakDhari
Muje Bhgwa, Hra Pahne Hue Logo Ne Mara Hai

Waha Sab Log Mere Khoon Ke Pyase Hain, Ab Lekin
Wahi Hai Gahr Mera, Wahi Jana Dubara

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Iss Tarh Mohre bane Satranj Ke Hum
Wo Siyasi Khel Har Dam Khelta Hai

Zahar Ka Wo paed Kya Kya Bo Gya Hai
Ab Yaha Panchi Na Koi Dolta Hai

Kat Kar Yun Pankh Bebas Kar Diya
Baaz Ki Manind Humko Kar Diya


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Jo Lote Nahi Jung Se Ghar Waps 

Khabar Unki Bhi Kuch Lao To Jane
________________

Esa Kuch Kamal Kar
Kaam Ye Bemisal Kar
Mulq Ka Ye Haal Ku

Khud Se Bhi Ye Sawal Kar

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Mil Ke Mulk Loota Hai, Rahnumao Ne Ab Tak

Hum Ise bachayenge Ab hamari Baari Hai






Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Hasrat Jaipuri Biography


Hasrat Jaipuri

Hasrat Jaipuri: Complete Biography
Hasrat Jaipuri

Hasrat Jaipuri is considered an immortal lyricist in the history of the Indian film industry. He has given more than hundreds of wonderful and unforgettable songs to Hindi films. His songs and poetry mirrored an amalgamation of both Hindi and Urdu.
Jaipuri was an enormously talented personality and is referred to as a “Shayar” in Indian Society.

Known for his honest, poetic and lovely verses, Hasrat Jaipuri was one of the most compelling writers throughout the entire existence of Indian film. Jaipuri worked in 200 movies before his retirement in the late-1980s. He was cherished by every last one in the film industry and was one of the last pillars of the RK Studios."

Early Life and Education

He was born in a Muslim Family as Iqbal Husain in Rajasthan on April 15, 1922. Poetry was a part of his family since childhood. Jaipuri spent most of his early time in Jaipur and moved to Bombay later where he got the best rewards for his ability for composing poems and songs. 

He did his initial education in the English language only but started to learn Urdu and Persian languages as well from his grandfather Fida Husain when he was 20 years old. Later he received the title of Hasrat Jaipuri.

After gaining expertise in both the languages Jaipuri began composing poems in Urdu and Persian as well. He also fell in love with a Hindu girl who also lived near him in the early years of his writing and some of his poems were inspired by the love he felt for Radha.  
"Yeh Mera Prem Patra Padh Kar, Ke Tum Naaraaz Na Hona" was one of the most renowned lines found in his love letter to Radha. That line was later immortalized by Raj Kapoor in the film Sangam sung by legendary singer Rafi.

Jaipuri was a romantic person and believed that love should not be bound by caste and religion. Hasrat Jaipuri had broadly said in a meeting that he never anticipated that his love should be reciprocated by Radha despite the fact that he loved her dearly.

Personal Life

Despite his successful career in Bollywood, Hasrat Jaipuri always remembered his foundations and remained a simple man throughout his life. However, the credit to his simplicity can be given to his equally supportive wife who helped him to remain connected to his roots regardless of fame and popularity. 

As per reports, Hasrat Jaipuri viewed himself as a conventional and ordinary man and always traveled by regardless instead of by airplane even if he could easily afford it.

Career

After leaving Jaipur and moving to Bombay with his wife had to sell tickets on buses as a bus conductor to survive in Bombay. He was paid a monthly income of 11 rupees at that time. Nonetheless, he likewise ensured that enough time was given for his poetry. Hasrat Jaipuri regularly attended mushairas and probably the most famous shayar within his contemporary shayar during the 1940s. And remained in touch with his interest in writing and composing poetry.

It is said that it was during one the mushaira that he was found by the legendary actor Prithviraj Kapoor who was very much impressed by his remarkable poetry and offered him a chance to be a part of the Hindi Film industry. Prithviraj Kapoor introduced him to his son Raj Kapoor who was working on the film Barshat at that time and decided to sign him to write songs for the film. 

The music of the film was composed by Shankar – Jaikishan. He debuted in the film by writing the song 'Jiya Beqaraar Hai'. This was followed by the similarly well-known song 'Chhod Gaye Baalam'. 'Barsaat' was the first step towards the success of Hasrat Jaipuri in Bollywood and the beginning of his blooming association with the actor Raj Kapoor.


During 1949 and 1971 almost every film of Raj Kapoor had either Hasrat Jaipuri os Shailendra as the lyrist.  The music composers of these films were also Shankar-Jaikishan. However, a glorious era of Bollywood ended with the demise of Jaikishen in 1971. After that Raj Kapoor did not favor Hasrat Jaipuri due to the frailer of the films “Mera Naam Joker” and “Kal Aaj or Kal” and signed new lyrists and music composers for his upcoming films.  

After some years, he wanted to get back to Jaipuri for his upcoming film “Prem Rog” but decided to hire another writer, Amir Oazalbash. However, he asked Jaipuri to write songs for his film “Raam Teri Ganga malee”, and “Sangam”. The song “Sun Sun Sahiba Sun” became very popular among the people. Later he also wrote three songs for the film “Heena” and that enabled him to bring back the real flavor of a Hasrat Jaipuri’s writing.

However, Bollywood was not the same place for Hasrat Jaipuri after the death of Raj Kapoor in 1988. Music composer Ravindra Jain had no regard for the Jaipuri and purposely barred the well-known lyricist from composing for more films. Help came as Shailendra when he welcomed Hasrat Jaipuri to compose the verses of his Bollywood production 'Teesri Kasam'. The last songs written by him were used in the film 'Hatya: The Murder' in 2004.

Apart from the lyrics for Bollywood movies songs he also played the role of screenplay writer for the movie “HulChul” in 1951.

Literary work

Hasrat Jaipuri was not just famous for his lyrics for Bollywood movies but also for his remarkable poetry.  He composed many poems which were later published in books in both Hindi and Urdu languages. 

Hasrat Jaipuri thought of himself as a representative of love whose principle intention was to spread love through his work. Every one of his compositions mirrored this sentiment of Hasrat Jaipuri.

Awards and Honors

Obviously, as a lyricist of Raj Kapoor films, Hasrat Jaipuri was effective in winning the devotion, admiration, and love of the audience. Hasrat Jaipuri likewise got numerous awards and honors for his massive contribution to the Bollywood music industry. In 1966 he was honored with the Filmfare for the brilliant song “Baharon Phool Barsao” for the category of Best Lyrics. 

He was awarded another Filmfare for lyrics of the song “Zindagi Ek Safar hai suhana” from the movie “Andaz” in 1972. Hasrat Jaipuri also received the Josh Malihabadi Award from an Urdu meeting. He was honored with the Dr. Ambedkar Award for his verses in the Brajbhasha song 'Jhanak Tori Baaje Payalia'.

Death

Hasrat Jaipuri died on September 17, 1999.


Monday, January 6, 2020

Sahir Ludhianvi Complete Biography


Sahir Ludhianvi 


Sahir Ludhianvi: Complete Biography
Sahir Ludhianvi

Sahir Ludhianvi was one of the most eminent writers and lyricists who could weave fascinating images through his words in songs. He was the writer who spells bounded his listeners and readers for decades. 

For around thirty years, he remained associated with the film industry and composed more than a hundred songs in Hindi and Urdu.

Almost all of his songs turned out to be masterpieces and became hugely popular and people of all generations still hum them. Sahir's most astounding contribution is that through his writing, he launches the measures of Hindi film songs to a level that turned into the trademark for quality poetry. His verses have immortalized numerous songs of Hindi film.

Jaun Elia Life History

दर्द की गलियों का हमसफ़र, शायर जॉन एलिया


Introduction:


जॉन एलिया का जन्म 14 दिसंबर 1930 में अमरोहा में हुआ था.जॉन एलिया उर्दू के एक महान शायर है.इनको बड़े ही अदब से पढ़ा जाता है और ये इस समय के सबसे ज्यादा पढ़े जाने वाले शायरों में से एक है.जॉन सिर्फ पाकिस्तान के ही नहीं बल्कि हिनस्तान के भी बहुत प्रसिद्द शायर है.इनको पाकिस्तान और हिन्दुस्तान के साथ-साथ पुरे दुनिया में बड़े ही अदब से पढ़ा और जाना जाता है.

जॉन अपने माता-पिता की सब संतानों में सबसे छोटे थे.जॉन के पिता का नाम अल्लामा शफ़ीक़ हसन एलिया था.इनके पिता एक खगोलशाश्त्री थे और बहुत अच्छे कवि भी थे साथ ही उन्हें कला और साहित्य की भी अच्छी जानकारी थी. उन्हें इन सब विषयों से काफी गहरा लगाव था.शायद इसीलिए जॉन में भी ये सब गुण पिता से ही आए होंगे.




जॉन भी पिता की तरह ही शायरी में माहिर होते चले गए और जब वे सिर्फ 8 साल के थे तभी उन्होंने अपनी पहली कविता लिख दी थी,जो की बहुत ही छोटी उम्र थी. उनके पिता की इन सब विषयों पर पकड़ और रुचि देखकर उनको बनी अपने पिता से सिखने भरपूर प्रेरणा मिली.और उनकी प्रकृति भी इसी तरह की होती चली गयी.


 Personal life:





जॉन का विवाह उर्दू लेखक ज़ाहिद हिना से हुआ. जॉन जब साहित्यिक पत्रिका" इंशा" के संपादक बने थे, उनकी मुलाक़ात एक लेखिका से हुई थी जो कि बाद में उनकी शरीके हयात बनी.ज़ाहिद हिना भी उर्दू की एक बहुत ही अच्छी लेखक,कहानीकार,नाटककार व संपादक है

जॉन की शादी के बाद दो बेटिया और एक बेटा हुआ.लेकिन जॉन की शादी ज़्यादा दिन तक नहीं चली और इन दोनों का तलाक़ हो गया.इसके बाद जॉन डिप्रेषन के शिकार हो गए,और उन्होंने शराब भी पीना शुरू कर दिया था.

जॉन एलिया एक कम्युनिस्ट विचारधारा वाले व्यक्ति थे.और वे नहीं चाहते थे कि भारत का विभाजन हो.लेकिन इसको सब को न चाहते हुए भी स्वीकार करना पड़ा और जॉन ने भी इसे एक समझौते की तरह ही स्वीकार कर लिया था.

1957 में जॉन पकिस्तान चले गए और ज़िंदगी भर के लिए वही बस गए, उन्होंने कराची में रहना पसंद किया और फिर पूरी ज़िंदगी वही गुज़ारी.


Career:

जॉन एलिया को अलग-अलग विषयों का अच्छा ज्ञान था.इस कारन से वे साहित्यकारो में जल्दी ही प्रसिद्धि पाने लगे.वे साहित्यकार होने के साथ ही बहुत अच्छे दार्शनिक भी थे.इसीलिए उन्हें अपने कार्य क्षेत्र में बहुत प्रशंसा मिलने लगी थी.

जॉन एलिया एक बहुत ही अच्छे लेखक थे, लेकिन उनकी पुस्तकें बहुत देर से छपनी शुरू हुई.उनकी पहली पुस्तक  तब छपी थी जब वे 60 साल के थे.जो कि एक कविता संग्रह था जिसका नाम "हो सकता है" था.

उनकी कविता का दूसरा संग्रह तब प्रकाशित हो पाया जब उनकी मृत्यु हो चुकी थी.अर्थात उनकी मौत के एक वर्ष बाद 2003 में.जॉन एलिया की मृत्यु 2002 में कराची में हुई थी. और इस कविता संग्रह का तीसरा भाग 2004 में "गुमान" से प्रकाशित किया गया.

 जॉन के बड़े भाई रईस अमरोहावी को इस्लामिक कट्टरपंथी लोगो ने मार डाला था.इसके बाद से जॉन ने धर्म के ख़िलाफ़ संभल कर बोलना शुरू कर दिया था.

जॉन के द्वारा लिखा गया साहित्य आसानी से उपलब्ध नहीं है,लेकिन जॉन आज भी शायरी की दुनिया का एक बहुत बड़ा नाम है और उनकी मक़बूलियत और चाहत आज भी युवाओं के दिलों में बरकरार है.



Saturday, January 4, 2020

Mir Taki Mir

Mir Taki Mir

Mir Taki Mir
Mir Taki Mir

Born-     February 1723

Penname- Mir

Birth Place-Agra, Mughal India

Died- 21 September 1810 (aged 87)Lucknow, Oudh State, Mughal India

Period- Mughal India

Occupation- Urdu poet

Subject- Love, philosophy

Genre- Ghazal, Mathnavi, Persian Poetry

Notable works- Faiz-e-Mir, Zikr-e-Mir, Nukat-us-Shura,Kulliyat-e-Farsi, Kulliyat-e-Mir

मीर तकी मीर का जन्म आगरा में हुआ था.मीर उर्दू और फ़ारसी के महान शायर थे.

उनको ख़ुदा-ए-सुखन मोहम्मद तकी भी कहा जाता है.मीर उस समय की प्रचलित भाषाओं,फ़ारसी और हिन्दुस्तानी के मेल और सामंजस्य से बनी भाषा के लिए जाने जाते है.

उस समय दिल्ली का बहुत ही बुरा हाल था क्यूंकि दिल्ली को बार-बार अहमद शाह अब्दाली और नादिर शाह के हमलों को झेलना पड़ रहा था.

मीर ने इन सब हालातों को अपनी आँखों से देखा था और वे ये सब देखकर बहुत व्यतिथ होते थे.इसी कारण से उनके रचनाओ में उस समय की व्यथा के दर्शन भली भांति मिलते है.

मीर का जन्म आगरा में हुआ और बचपन पिता के साथ बीता था.उनके पिता प्यार और करुणा को जीवन में बहुत महत्त्व देते थे इस बात का मीर के जीवन पर भी पड़ा.

मीर के शेरो शायरी में भी इसका असर साफ दिखाई पड़ता है.उनके पिता की उनके उनके बचपन में ही हो गयी थी.जब मीर 17 साल के थे तब वे दिल्ली आ गये थे.

दिल्ली में बादशाह द्वारा 1 रुपया उनके लिए वजीफा मुकर्रर कर दिया गया और वे वापस आ गए.लेकिन नादिरशाह के भारत पर आक्रमण के कारन बादशाह की मौत हो गयी और इस वजह से उनका वजीफा भी बंद हो गया.

मीर को आगरा भी छोड़ना पड़ा और वे फिर से दिल्ली आ गए.कहा जाता है की उस समय नादिरशाह ने अपने मरने की झूठी अफवाह फ़ैलाने के बदले में एक ही दिन में 20000-22000 लोगो को एक दिन में मरवा दिया था.

उस दौर में बादशाहों के दरबार में शेर और शायरी को बहुत महत्त्व दिया जाता था.जब मीर 25 या 26 वर्ष के हे तभी वे एक दिवाने शायर के रूप में प्रसिद्ध हो चुके थे.

1748 में मीर को मालवा के सूबेदार के बेटे का मुसाहिब बना दिया गया.लेकिन सब इतना अच्छा नहीं रहने वाला था और किस्मत को कुछ और ही मंज़ूर था.और 1761 में अफगान शाशक अहमद शाह  अब्दाली ने भारत पर आक्रमण कर दिया और दिल्ली फिर से बर्बाद हो गयी.

अहमद शाह  अब्दाली नादिर शाह का ही सेना पति था.पानीपत के तीसरे युद्ध में मराठों की हार हुई और फिर पहले की तरह ही सब बर्बाद हो गया.

लेकिन मीर वो सब कुछ भुला नहीं पाए थे.उन्होंने ये सब अपनी आँखों से देखा था और वे बहुत समय तक इस बात  को सीने से लगाये रहे.

दिल्ली पर हमले के बाद वे दिल्ली छोड़कर लखनऊ के अशफ - उद - दुलाह  के दरबार में चले गए और अपना बाकी जीवन वहीं व्यतीत किया. 

मीर ने जो ग़ज़ल लिखी उनसे सम्बंधित उनके 6 दीवान  मिले है.लेकिन इनसे से कुछ शेर ऐसे भी है जिन पर लोगो का मानना है कि वे मीर के नहीं है.लेकिन कुछ शेर और क़सीदे ऐसे भी है जो है तो किसी और के संकलन में लेकिन लोगो का मानना है कि वे मीर के ही है. 

शेरों (अरबी में अशआर) की संख्या कुल 14000 है। इसके अलावा कुल्लियात-ए-मीर में दर्जनों मसनवियाँ (स्तुतिगान), क़सीदे, वासोख़्त और मर्सिये संकलित हैं।




Bashir Badr: Complete Biography


Bashir Badr

Bashir Badr: Complete Biography
Bashir Badr

Dr. Bashir Badr is known as a prominent Urdu writer in India. Born on 15 February 1935, as Syed Muhammad Bashir, was the fourth child of Sayyed Nazir and Aaliya Begum.

Bashir has contributed to Urdu writing with his remarkable ghazals and worked as a Chairman of the Urdu Akademi.


Early Life and Education

Bashir Badr's Father was an Assistant Accountant in the Indian Police and profoundly regarded in the community. Bashir all through was a devoted and respectful kid. He indicated his interest in writing at an early age and composed his first sher when he was only seven. First of his sher were published in the magazine named 'Nigaar' at Lucknow.


Bashir did his education from Halim College, Kanpur. He finished high school from Islamia College, Itawa in 1949.  


Bashir had a close relationship with his father, who showed his child honesty in life. However, when he was only 16 sixteen his father became sick and it caused Bashir to abandoned his studies and earn for the family.


Badr then rejoined to continue his study and completed his M.A. in 1967 and Ph.D. in 1973 from Aligarh Muslim University. During his first year of M.A., he stood first and was granted the 'Sir William MorrisAward' and 'Radhakrishan Award' for achieving the first position in the second year as well. After his Ph.D. 

He published his book 'Azadi Ke Baad Urdu Ghazal'; which was awarded by the Bihar Academy Award. During his M.A. During his M.A., he brought many awards and honors to the university with his extraordinary work in the field of literature.


He showed his extraordinary ability in Shers and Mushayras as well. And his extensive indulgence in the competitions won him awards and acknowledgments during his education. Some of his poems were also included in the syllabus of M.A. (Urdu) in Aligarh Muslim University at the time when he was still studying there.


The books composed by Bashir are a reserve of incredible Urdu literature and still referred by students of the university.

He worked as a lecturer in the University as well and later as head of the department of Meerut College for seventeen years.

Personal Life

The voyage of this legendary writer was not easy. Bashir married and had two children ‘Nushrat Badr’ and Saba Wahid. However, a fire burnt down his house and he lost every possession of his and later he lost his wife as well.

This unfortunate tragedy affected him greatly and he experienced anguish and dejection. He kept himself in demolition for quite a while, and cut off from the outside world and gave up writing. Later he moved to Bhopal after being constantly insisted by his friends. 

Here he met Dr. Rahat and married her after some time. She gave him support and encouraged him to start writing again. He never looked back after that composed widely admired and award-winning works throughout this life.


Literary Life

He is considered as a pioneer in melting the delicate the delicacy of Urdu literature into English phrasing in a significant number of his verses.

His Ghazals, similar to those of Meer Taqi Meer, contain exceptionally contemporary Urdu, and can be easily understood by a vast majority of people.

Other than Urdu he also wrote in Persian, Hindi and English. He composed more than seven books of poems in Urdu and one in Hindi namely 'Ikai', 'Image', 'Aamad', 'Aahat', 'Kulliyate Bashir Badr', and so forth. 

He additionally has two books of literary criticism, 'Azadi Ke Bad Urdu Ghazals Ka Tanqidi Mutala' and 'Biswin Sadi Mein Ghazal'. He likewise drew out an assortment of Urdu Ghazals in the Devnagari script, titled 'Ujjale Apni Yadon ke'.

The assortments of his Ghazals have been published in the Gujrati script as well. Some of his work has been translated into English and French.

His collection of 69 Ghazal ‘Aas’ is a jewel in his poetic career Bashir, one of his collection entitled 'Kulliyate Bashir Badr' has been published in Pakistan. The wide readership of his work has made him travel to U.S.A, Dubai, Pakistan, Qatar, and so forth.


Legacy  

His Ghazals are fundamentally an expression of anguished love and mysteries of life. This, together with his numerous perfect works of writing, will always remain as his greatest contribution to the Urdu Poetry and Literature.

He is the only person in the history of education to have studied from his own written books. He is also one of the most quoted writers in Indian pop-culture. The famous Vividh Bharti radio show Ujaale Apni Yaadon Ke also gets its title from one of Badr's most famous Sher.


Ujale apni yaado ke hamare saath rahne do
Na jaane kis gali me zindagi ki shaam ho jaye


Awards and Honors

Bashir was honored and awarded numerous times during his lifetime.
He was awarded Padmashree by the President K.R Narayan, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in 1999 for high literary standards. He received Sahitya Academy grant in 1999 for his accumulation of 69 Urdu Ghazals 'Aas'.

He was also a recipient of 'Chirag Hasran Hasrat Award' in Poonch, J&K in 2000, by Maulana Chirag Hasran Hasrat Award Committee. SVP National Police Academy awarded Bashir with honor at Hyderabad.

He has been honored with the prestigious ‘Padmashree’ award. He likewise has been awarded by UP Urdu Academy multiple times and once by Bihar Urdu Academy. He has been bestowed with the Meer Academy Award, Poet of the year'80 New York, and so forth.


Kaifi Azmi: Complete biography


Kaifi Azmi: Complete biography | Life | Poetry| Family 

 Kaifi Azmi: Complete biography
Kaifi Azmi

Kaifi Azmi, the prestigious Urdu poet, writer, and lyricist is known for his poems that praise love, compassion, and human emotions and equality.

His verse remains firmly rooted in the convention of Urdu poetry with its impassioned yearning for intense feelings and passionate embrace of radical causes. The melodious magnificence and powerful articulation of his songs in films have captivated millions.

Early Life

The real name of Kaifi Azmi was Syed Athar Hussain Rizvi, he was born on 14 January 1919 in a zamindar family in the town of Mijwan in Uttar Pradesh's Azamgarh. 

He composed his first ghazal at the age of 11 'Itna to Zindagi main Kisi ki khalal pade' and later it was sung by the notable artist, Begum Akhtar.

Professional life

In 1942 Azmi abandoned his Persian and Urdu studies due to the Quit India movement and later became a member of the Communist Party of India. Afterward, he went to Bombay and joined Ali Sardar Jafri to write the paper for the paper, Qaumi Jung. 

And when he married Shaukat Kaifi, he was a "full-time" card-carrying member from the gathering, living in a cooperative like arrangement in Mumbai. An individual from the Progressive Writers Movement, Kaifi worked intimately with the labor union movement and his distress for the less favored has found plenty of voice in his verse.


During his mid-50s Kaifi Azmi endured a paralytic stroke in February 1973, which left his left hand and leg incapacitated forever. Indeed, even as he battled with the disability that was forced on him, he kept on composing. 

Even at this stage, he decided to direct his energies to the upliftment of Mijwan, the village where he was born. This remained his concentration until the time he died. In acknowledgment of his commitment to the region, The government of India named the train that ran on the Delhi-Azamgarh-Delhi route as 'Kaifiyat Express'.

However, he did not limit himself to just writing he worked constantly throughout as an impetus for change among the disenfranchised. 

His poems reflect small-town roots, his commitment to socialism, his wide collection of work and the huge changes he brought to the life of the town where he was born. One can without much of a stretch be stricken with the profundity and parabolic lyricism of Kaifi's words in instantly.

In spite of the political and economic changes in India, he held his vision and stayed to the end idealistic of a socialist future for India. This optimism was reflected in his verses loaded with dreams of a socialist democratic society in which the voice of another fellow individual will be felt like melodious music.

Death

Kaifi Azmi died on May 10, 2002, in Mumbai, fifteen months after recording for the Library of Congress in New Delhi. 

At the hour of his passing, he was one of the last delegates of the Progressive Writers Association, an authors' association that employed unmatched impact during India's freedom struggle.

Awards and Honors

Kaifi Azmi was honored by numerous awards including the Soviet Land Nehru Award and Sahitya Akademi Award. He received the principal Millennium Award by the Delhi Government and Urdu Academy in 2000. 

He was also awarded "Padma Shri" one of the Indian Government's highest civilian awards. The Maharashtra government honored him with the Dnyaneshwar award in 1998.





Thursday, January 2, 2020

Rahat Indori Biography

Rahat Indori


Rahat Indori Biography
Rahat Indori Biography


Rahat Indori was a Pedagogist of Urdu in Indore University before he was spotted by Bollywood film industry and the lovers of Urdu poetry around the World. 

An intensive refined man, with philosophical tendencies, Rahat Indori is known for his beautiful splendor and absolute flair in his poetic work. From the last 40 to 45 years Dr. Indori is constantly participating in Mushaira and Kavi Sammelan. 

He also traveled broadly across the world to recite poetry and attended poetic symposiums in almost every one of the cities of India and has additionally traveled multiple times to USA, Singapore, UK, Canada, Mauritius, Nepal, KSA, Bangladesh, Kuwait, Pakistan, Bahrain, Oman, and so forth.

Personal life


Rahat Indori was born on first January 1950 at Indore in the province of Madhya Pradesh, India. He is an Indian Poet, Lyricist, essayist, and Songwriter. He is widely known for his work in Urdu Poetry and Bollywood film industry.

His father’s name was Rafatullah Qureshi and mother’s name was Maqbool Un Nisa Begum. He has two sisters named Taqreeb and Tehzib and two brothers named Aquil and Adil. He married twice. 

He married Seema Rahat on 27th May 1986 and together they had a little girl named Shibil and two sons named Faisal and Satlaj Rahat. Later he married Anjum Rehbar but unfortunately, they also separated after a few years of their marriage.

Early Life and career


Rahat Indori did his initial education from Nutan School Indore from where he finished his Higher Secondary as well. He finished his graduation from Islamia Karimia College Indore and passed his MA in 1975 in Urdu writing from Barkatullah University, Bhopal. 

He was granted a Ph.D. in Urdu writing from the Bhoj University of Madhya Pradesh in 1985 for his thesis titled Urdu Main Mushaira.


Later he became a teacher of Urdu literature in IK College, Indore. As indicated by his students he was the best lecturer at the school.

However, he turned out to be occupied with Mushairas and began getting invitations from all over India and abroad. Soon he began to get famous for the characteristic style of delivering Ashaar and hard work.

He has additionally earned a name for himself in the Bollywood industry as a lyricist. He wrote some of the most acclaimed songs of Bollywood, for example, ‘Khat likhna hame khat likhna’, ‘M bole to ace’, ‘Need Churayee Meri’,  ‘Chori Jab Nazrein Mili’, and ‘Koi jaye to le aye’  and many more. In his distinguished profession, he has met with different awards and honors as well.