Niaz Fatehpuri (–) was the nom de plume of Niyaz Muhammed Khan, a Pakistani In , the Urdu Academy in Karachi published the book “Niaz Fatehpuri: Shakhsiyat aur Fikr–o–Fan” by Farman Fatehpuri on the life and literary. Niaz Fatehpuri is the author of Man-o-Yazdan / من و یزداں ( avg rating, 44 ratings, 4 reviews), Niaz Fatehpuri’s Followers (13) Niaz Fatehpuri’s books. Niaz Fatehpuri. · Rating details · 44 ratings · 4 reviews Lists with This Book . This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list».
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Niaz Fatehpuri — was the nom de plume of Niyaz Muhammed Khan a Pakistani Urdu poet, writer, and polemicist. He was also the founder and editor of Nigar, which he turned into one of the most prestigious Urdu literary journals in the Indian subcontinent.
He died in in KarachiPakistan. He resigned his post in as a Police Sub-Inspector after working in this capacity for a couple of years.
Thereafter, he worked in different posts untilwhen he started editing and publishing his famous monthly journal, Nigar, which served as a mirror to the literary scene in Uttar Pradesh till his migration to Pakistan in the early sixties. His fiction consists of seven collections, besides many short stories published in the Nigar.
Although at a later stage he wrote a few stories attacking religious hypocrisy and fanaticism and there is evidence to show how his desire grew to reform the society through short stories, his literary romanticism was too frank to permit him to tread the paths of reality freely. Since the publication of his first story, “Ek Parsi Dosheeza ko Dekh Kar” “Having Seen a Parsi Girl” inmost of his stories have revealed an imaginative preoccupation with things unworldly.
Such writings can perhaps be regarded more fahehpuri pieces of poetic prose than short stories which are normally pregnant with happenings. Whenever bookx chooses to bring in events, as in “Cupid aur Psyche” “Cupid and Psyche”abstract ideas make their sneaky appearance and overcrowd the events, with the result that they are prevented from proceeding further.
By the early forties, Niaz Fatehpuri had already switched over to philosophy and criticism, for the true features of the short story having been identified with those of Premchand by now, he could not but feel the futility of his wanderings in imaginative wilderness.
He was the editor of the famous Urdu literary magazine Nigar, some of whose issues are considered permanent additions to the Urdu literature; later, was interested in Islamic history, especially the nisz and political aspects of it.
He was awarded Padma Bhushan for his services to Urdu in Niaz Fatehpuri was a fiction-writer of repute, whose Urdu short-stories, which are poems in prose, are considered to be on a par with those of Munshi Premchand and find a prominent place in Urdu literature.
He was also an Urdu poet and critic, and a polemicist who dared to raise his voice against Fundamentalism. Until he migrated to Pakistan in he had continued to publish and edit Nigar the Urdu monthly journal, which he had launched in This was farehpuri published from Agrathen from Bhopal and subsequently from Lucknow.
It is still published from Karachi by Farman Fatehpuri.
Niaz Fatehpuri wrote on Urdu literature, on religion and on the many evils affecting the social fabric of India in his time. He has more than two dozen major works to his credit. He was awarded the Naiz Bhushan in for his services to Urdu. He died in KarachiPakistan on 24 May InMalik Ram included him in his award-winning book of essays Woh Surten Ilahi The Immortals on nine unforgettable giants in the Urdu literary world. Niaz Fatehpuri — was the nom de plume of Niyaz Muhammed Khan, a Pakistani Urdu poet, writer, and polemicist.
He died in in Karachi, Pakistan. Thereafter, he worked in different posts until allamw, when he started editing and publishing his famous monthly journal, Nigar, which served fatehpyri a mirror to the literary scene in Uttar Pradesh till his migrati Farman Fatehpuri addresses during a global conference Farman Fatehpuri Urdu: He wrote many scholarly articles, book reviews, and editorials. He received Sitara-e-Imtiaz Award for his literary accomplishments in from the President of Pakistan.
His final rites were offered on 4 Augustand he was buried in the Karachi University graveyard. He received his matriculation from Fatehpur and intermediate education high school from Allahabad in He graduated from Agra University in Farman migrated to Pakistan in Prithviraj Kapoor 3 November — 29 May born Prithvinath Kapoor, was a pioneer of Indian theatre and of the Hindi film industry, who started his career as an actor in the silent era of Hindi cinema, associated with IPTA as one of its founding members bioks who founded the Prithvi Theatres, a travelling theatre company based in Mumbai, in He was the patriarch of the Kapoor family of Hindi films, four generations of which, beginning with him, have played active roles in the Hindi film industry.
However, his father, Basheshwar Nath Kapoor, also played a short role in his movie Awaara. The Government of India honoured him with the Padma Bhushan in and the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in for his contributions towards Indian cinema.
This is a list of notable Urdu language writers. One of the pioneers of Allamaa fiction, he, together with R. Narayan, Ahmad Ali and Raja Rao, was one of the first India-based writers in English to gain an international readership. Anand is admired for his novels and short stories, which have acquired the status of being classic works of modern Indian English literature, noted for their perceptive insight into the lives of the oppressed and their analysis of impoverishment, exploitation and misfortune.
Early life Naval was born in Bombay on 30 August to a middle-class Parsi family. Petit Parsi Orphanage by family friends, in an effort to help support them. She is one of the best-known and most respected playback singers in South Asia, especially India.
Inin recognition of her contributions to the nation, she was awarded the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honour and is only the second vocalist, after M.
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Subbulakshmi, to receive this honour. Fatehpur District is one of the 75 districts of Uttar Pradesh state in northern India. The district has a population of 2, Census. Fatehpur city is the administrative headquarters of the district.
Located on the banks of the sacred rivers Ganges and Yamuna, Fatehpur was mentioned in the puranic literature. The ghats of Bhitaura and Asani were described as sacred in the puranas. Bhitaura, the site of the sage Bhrigu, was an important source of learning.
Fatehpur district is a part of Allahabad division. This district is situated between two important cities: Prayagraj, which is also known as “Allahabad”, and Kanpur of the state Uttar Pradesh. Fatehpur is well connected with those cities by train routes and roads.
The north boundary of the district is limited by the river Ganges and its southern boundary is the river Yamuna. In the Vedic era the region of this district was known a Sarabhai received the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Medal in Vikram Sarabhai married the classical dancer Mrinalini in The couple had two children.
His daughter Mallika gained prominence as an actress and activist, and his son Kartikeya Sarabhai too became an active person in science. During his lifetime, he practiced Jainism and belonged to the Shrimal Jain community of Ahmedabad. PRL had a m Narayan A,lama Rajhans, better known as Bal Gandharva 26 June — 15 Julywas one of the greatest Marathi singers and stage actors. He was famous for his roles in female characters in Marathi plays, since women were not allowed to act on stage during his time.
Lokmanya Tilak, a social reformer and a freedom fighter of Indian independence movement was in the audience, and after the performance, reportedly patted Rajhans on the back and said that Narayan was a “Bal Gandharva” lit. Bal Gandharva’s first wife, Lakshmibai Narayanrao Rajhans, died in Bal Gandharva married his leading stage actress, Gohar Karnataki in Gohar died niaathree years after Bal Gandharva died Ustad Bismillah Khan 21 March — 21 August born as Qamaruddin Khanoften referred to by the title Ustad, was an Indian musician credited with popularizing the shehnai, a subcontinental wind instrument of the oboe class.
While the shehnai had long held importance as a folk instrument played primarily schooled intraditional ceremonies, Khan is credited with elevating its status and bringing it to the concert stage. Subbulakshmi and Ravi Shankar to be accorded this distinction. On his nd birthday, Google honored Bismillah Khan with a Google doodle. Padma Bhushan award recipients Year Number of recipients —59 94 —69 —79 —89 —99 —09 —present The Padma Bhushan is the third-highest civilian award in the Republic of India, preceded by the Bharat Ratna and the Padma Vibhushan and followed by the Padma Shri.
Instituted on 2 Januarythe award is given for “distinguished service of a high order As ofthe award has been bestowed on individuals, including 20 posthumous and 94 allzma recipients. The Padma Awards Committee is constituted every year by the Prime Minister of India and the recommendations for the award are submitted between 1 May and 15 September.
He began his career as a teacher in in a Government primary school. After a few years, from he changed his profession and started practicing law, in fztehpuri Magistrates Courts. His main ambition was to uplift the status of the Nair community. Bade Ghulam Ali Aftehpuri Urdu: After partition of India inKasur became a part of Pakistan.
He belonged to the Patiala gharana singing style of Punjab. Pandit Makhanlal Chaturvedi 4 April — 30 Januaryalso called Pandit ji, was an Indian poet, writer, essayist, playwright and a journalist who is particularly remembered for his nias in India’s national struggle for independence and his contribution to Chhayavaad, the Neo-romanticism movement of Hindi literature.
He became a schoolteacher when he was aged Raghupati Sahay 28 August — 3 Marchbetter known under his pen name Firaq Gorakhpuri, ffatehpuri a writer, critic, and, according to allamw commentator, one of the most noted contemporary Urdu poets from India. He finished his basic education and then completed his Master’s degree in Urdu, Persian and English literature.
Yet he was able to make his mark in Urdu poetry at an early age. Sumitranandan Pant 20 May — 28 December was an Indian poet. He was one of the most celebrated “Progressive” left-wing 20th century poets of the Hindi language and was known for romanticism in his poems which were inspired by nature, people and beauty within. Background Pant was born in Kausani village, Bageshwar District in what is now the state of Uttarakhand, into an educated middle-class Brahmin family.
His mother died a few hours after childbirth, and it appears he did not seek affection from his grandmother, father, or older brother, which later influenced his writing. He grew up in the same village and always cherished a love for the beauty and flavor of rural India, which is evident in all his major works.
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