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Urdu poetwriter, polemicist.

Whenever he chooses to bring in events, as in ” Cupid aur Aftehpuri ” “Cupid and Psyche”abstract ideas make their sneaky appearance and overcrowd the events, with the result that they are prevented from niaz fatehpuri books further. Thereafter, he worked in different posts untilwhen he started editing and publishing his famous monthly journal, Nigarwhich served as a mirror to the literary scene in Uttar Pradesh till his migration to Pakistan in the early sixties.

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By the early forties, Niaz Fatehpuri niaz fatehpuri books fatehouri switched over to philosophy and criticism, for the true features of the niaz fatehpuri books story bokos been identified with those of Premchand by now, he could not but feel the futility of his wanderings in imaginative wilderness. This page was last edited on 26 Juneat Niaz Fatehpuri wrote on Urdu literature, on religion and on the many evils affecting the social fabric of India in his time. Pavate Datto Vaman Potdar B.

Raghavan Dukhan Ram T. He was awarded the Padma Bhushan in for his services to Urdu.

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Niaz fatehpuri books was originally published from Agrathen from Bhopal and subsequently from Lucknow. He died in in KarachiPakistan. Retrieved July 21, He fateehpuri also an Urdu poet and critic, and a polemicist who dared to raise his voice against Fundamentalism. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. He died in KarachiPakistan on 24 Niaz fatehpuri books Views Read Edit View history. Posthumous conferral — — — — — — — He was awarded Padma Bhushan for his services to Urdu in His fiction consists of seven collections, besides many short stories published in the Nigar.

Since the publication of his first story, ” Ek Parsi Dosheeza niaz fatehpuri books Dekh Kar ” “Having Seen a Parsi Girl” inmost of his stories have revealed an imaginative preoccupation with things unworldly.

He was the editor of the famous Niaz fatehpuri books literary magazine Nigarsome of whose issues are considered permanent additions to the Urdu literature; later, was interested in Islamic history, especially the literary and political niaz fatehpuri books of it. Retrieved from ” https: Ffatehpuri of Home Affairs, Government of India.

Mulahizat Niyaz Fatehpuri

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ramachandran Khushwant Lal Wig. He resigned his post in as a Police Sub-Inspector after working in this capacity for a couple of years. It is still published fatehpurii Karachi by Farman Fatehpuri.

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Retrieved 5 August He has more than two dozen major works to his credit. Padma Bhushan award recipients — Niaz Fatehpuri niaz fatehpuri books 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.

Venkataraman Ardeshir Ruttonji Wadia. Although at a later stage niaz fatehpuri books 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. InMalik Ram included him in his award-winning niaz fatehpuri books of essays Woh Surten Ilahi The Immortals on nine unforgettable giants in the Urdu literary world.

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