Urdu poets and writers of Jammu-Kashmir and Kashmiri origin by Muslim Saleem

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Urdu poets and writers of Jammu-Kashmir and Kashmiri origin by Muslim Saleem

Posted on April 27, 2011 by Muslim Saleem

Muslim Saleem reciting his ghazals at Jashn-e-Muslim Saleem at MP Urdu Academy, Bhopal on December 30, 2012.

Muslim Saleem reciting his ghazals at Jashn-e-Muslim Saleem at MP Urdu Academy, Bhopal on December 30, 2012.

(The poetry portion of this site is edited by Muslim Saleem, who is poet, writer and journalist of repute. Muslim Saleem’s ash’ar are widely popular due to being connected with grassroots. It was his idea that we created this directory of Urdu poets and writers of Madhya Pradesh-Chief Editor, Ataullah Faizan and Editor Abdul Ahad Farhan) (See Muslim Saleem’s poetry with English and Hindi translations at this web site and muslimsaleem.blogspot.com and wikipedia.org) (email: saleemmuslim@gmail.com phone 0755 2730580 Mob: 09009217456)
(Note the list of deceased litterateurs in the end of this directory)
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From Left) Zafar Naseemi, MP Urdu Academy Chairman Saleem Qureshi, Dr. Barqi Azmi, Prof Afaq Ahmad, Dr. Qasim Niazi, Muslim Saleem

From Left) Zafar Naseemi, MP Urdu Academy Chairman Saleem Qureshi, Dr. Barqi Azmi, Prof Afaq Ahmad, Dr. Qasim Niazi, Muslim Saleem at Jashn-e-Muslim Saleem at MP Urdu Academy, Bhopal on December 30, 2012.

Urdu poets and writers of Jammu-Kashmir and Kashmiri origin
Abdul Hafeez Salib
Abdul Hafeez Salib
Abid Peshawari
Abid Peshawari (Real name Prof. Shyam Lal Kalra) was a writer, critic and linguist as well as poet. He remained associated with the Urdu Department of Jammu University for 31 years and benefited scores of Urdu students. Abid Peshawari was born on December 22, 1927 at Dera Ismail Khan (Now in Pakistan). In 1947, he migrated to Delhi along with his family. In 1962, Abid Peshawari passed MA Urdu with first division from Delhi University. Initially, he joined Punjab National Bank, but in 1967 joined Jammu University’s Urdu department. In 1975, he got PhD under the guidance of Prof. Gyandhand Jain on his thesis on Insha Allah Khan Insha. He retired in 1997. He wanted to compile collections of his ‘dohas’ and articles, but his wish could not be fulfilled in his lifetime and he died on January 26, 1999. Abid Peshawari’s book include 1. Insha ke Hareef-o-Haleef (1980), 2. Nuqte aur Shoshe (1980), 3. Insha Allah Khan Insha (1985), 4. Muta’alliqat-e-Insha (1980), 5. Zauq aur Mohammad Hussain Azad (1987) and 6. Gaahe Gaahe Baaz Khwan (1994). Three of his books have been awarded by the Uttar Pradesh Urdu Academi. He was bestowed with Imtiaz-e-Meer Award, Nawa-e-Meer Award and Ghalib Award.
Amin Banihali
Mohammad Amin Banihali belongs to Sanjwaan village of Jammu district. He was born on May 17, 1953 at Banihal. Due to poverty and eye problem, he could not continue further education after passing Higher Secondary Electo exam in 1973. He joined Sheep Husbandry Department in 1997 and retired on March 31, 2011. Banihali consulted Manshoor Banihali and Noor-uz-Zaman Noor in poetry and in short span of time mastered subtleties of poetry. At present, Amin Banihali is the president of Anjuman Farogh-e-Urdu, an active Urdu literary organisation of Jammu-Kashmir. Amin Banjara’s first collection of poetry “Andheron ka musafir” has been published in 2009 by noted Urdu short story writer and critic and convener of Maikash Kashmiri Literary Society, Amin Banjara, who has spend on the publication from his own pocket. The book was released at Bhopal in 2010 at a function by Kausar Siddiqui, Arif Aziz, Javed Yazdani and Muslim Saleem.
Amin Banjara
Amin Banjara: (Real name: Naseer Ahmad Quraishi). He is a journalist, short story writer, critic and researcher. Amin Banjara was born on May 5, 1961 at Jammu. He did Adeeb Kamil from Jamia Urdu, Aligarh and joined as teacher at Jammu in 1985. During service, he completed BA, B.Ed and diploma in computer applications. He topped in MA for which he was given gold medal by the Jammu University and Muslim Education Trust, Rajouri. In 1989, he was transferred as Field Supervisor to Adult Education Programme of the state education department. In 2002, he was deputed to Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (Education for All), where he is Zonal Officer at present (as on April 26, 2011). Amin Banjara joined journalism and wrote features on various subjects in Uljhanen, Taskeen, Ujala, Sandesh and Hind Samachar. In 1984, he edited English newspaper “Our Kashmir”. He is still writing as a freelancer.
Amin Banjara is basically a short story writer and his works get published in esteemed journals. He started his literary journey in 1977-78. He earned name and fame as a drama and feature writer of radio and television. He has been bestowed with several awards for service to Urdu. His efforts for setting up of an Urdu Academy in Jammu & Kashmir are laudable. At a function of Jammu-Kashmir Urdu Forum on May 1, 1997, Amin Banjara egged on the then Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah following which Dr. Abdullah announced setting up Urdu Academy in the state. Amin Banjara’s first book “Gumnaam Shakhseeyat” was published in 1984 followed by short story collection “Alaao” in 1995. other books compiled by him include “Nazr-e-Azad” (1999), “Salaam-o-Payaam” (20030, “Rudaad-e-Iqbal” in 2005, “Baal-e-Anqa” and Baal-e-Huma (2007) and “Andheron Ka Musafir” (2009), which was released in Bhopal. At present, he is busy compiling four other volumes of “Rudaad-e-Iqbal”, which was an ambitious project of Dr. Jagannath Azad but which could not see the light of the day since floods in Tawi river washed away the manuscripts. However, due to untiring efforts of Amin Banjara, the first volume was published after the death of Dr. Azad, who doted on Amin Banjara as his friend even though he was senior to Banjara. Amin Banjara is thoroughly secular and these views reflect in his writings also.
Anand Lehar
Anand Lehar (Real name: Shyam Sundar Anand, advocate) is a name to reckon with in the field of short story in Jammu-Kashmir. He was born on July 2, 1951 at Poonch, which boasts of such stalwarts as Krishan Chander, Thakur Poonchi, Chiragh Hasan Hasrat and Sarla Devi. Anand Lehar obtained degrees of BSc and LLb from Jummu University and started practicing in Jammu after settling down there. “Pathhar ki lakeer” was his first short story. His books include Nirwan and Tapaswi Kaun (both dramas), “Sarhadon ke us par”, “Inhiraaf”, “Batwara” (short stories) and “Agli Eid se pehale” and “Sarhadon ke beech” (Novels). The last mentioned book has been awarded by the Rajasthan Urdu Academi.
Anand Narain Mulla
Anand Narain Mulla (1901 – 1997) Anand Narain Mulla was a poet and crusader of Urdu. He was a Kashmiri Saraswat Pandit born in October 1901 at Lucknow was a prominent Urdu poet of India. He was the 1964 Sahitya Akademi award in Urdu for his poetry, specifically the book Meri Hadis-e-Umr-e-Gurezan His first collection of poems ” Ju-e-sheerr ” published in 1949, was followed by ” Hans cog ” and ” Bamhina bol “. He was also a recipient of the prestigious literary award – ” Iqbal Samman “.
His father, Jagat Narain Mulla was a leading advocate of his time who had also acted as Govt. prosecutor. Anand Narain Mulla was himself a leading practitioner of law and was later on elevated to the Bench as a judge of the Allahabad High Court (23.08.1954 – 24.10.1961). After his retirement he practiced law as senior advocate of the Supreme Court of India. Anand Narain Mulla was a member of the Fourth Lok Sabha (1967 – 1970) elected as an Independent candidate from the Lucknow Constituency. Later on, he was also elected as a Rajya Sabha member (1972 – 1978) as a nominee of the ruling Congress Party.[6]
In 1995 Anjuman Taraqqi-yi published a book by Khaliq Anjum titled ” Pandit Anand Narain Mulla ki Adabi khidmat ” to commemorate his services to Urdu language. Anand Narain Mulla died on 12 June 1997 in New Delhi aged 96 years.
Aseer Kishtwari
Wali Mohd Aseer Kishtwari was born on August 2, 1954 in Kishtwar. He is M.A. in Urdu and an officer of Jammu & Kashmir Accounts (Gazetted) Service (KAS) of 1977 batch. He is presently posted as Director General Accounts & Treasuries, Finance Department of Jammu & Kashmir State. His field of interest is poetry, prose, history and literary criticism/research. He created a large number of poems in Urdu, Kashmiri and wrote more than two thousand articles in Urdu, Kashmiri and English languages. He has twelve publications to his credit, some of which Are Tasveer-E-Zilla Doda (Urdu), Zila-Doda-Ki-Adabi Shinakht (Urdu), Focus on Jammu & Kashmir (English), Change-Reah (Kahsmiri), Pathwan-Sada (Kashmiri), Dag- Dag-Dil (Kashmiri), Anjuman Urdu Magazine (8 Issues-2000 Pages), Puse-Ufaq (Urdu), Khazeenz-ye-Noor (Urdu), Raaz-o-Niaz (Urdu), Tareekh-I-Ishayat-e- Islam (Urdu) and Farash-s-Gul (Kashmiri poetry). He is President of Jammu & Kashmir Urdu Forum Jammu, General Secretary Rasa-Javedani Memorial Literary Society Jammu, Press and Finance Secretary Koushur Markazi-Adabi-
Forum Jammu and founder member of Challant Cultural Forum Kishtwar and Faridia Bazam-e-Adab Doda. He has been honoured with Gandhi Peace Award in 2000 by Smt. Nirmala Desh Pandey of Rachanatmak Samaj, Rasa Javidani Literary Award, Vitasta Award of Nagrad Adabi Sangam Jammu, Urdu Award of J&K Urdu Forum Jammu, Urdu Award of M.A. Urdu (Professional) Jammu University, Best Book Award (English) 2006 by J&K Academy of Art, Culture and Languages, Rashtriya Gaurav Award 2010 by India International Friendship Society New Delhi, The Best Citizens of India Award 2010 by International Publishing House New Delhi and J&K State Award 2011 for excellence in the field of Literature on the eve of Republic Day.
Balam Bhaderwahi
Balam Bhaderwahi’s real name was Malik Mohammad Shafi. He was born at Bhaderwah in March 1932. He could not complete education of high school as he was arrested on political ground in 1947. After the country’s Partition, he went to Pakistan after release from jail and adopted the profession of driver and motor mechanic. He returned to Bhaderwah in 1954. He got the job of technician in Government Degree College, Bhaderwah in 1960. Balam died on March 17, 1980. He was the first executive president of Iqbal Bazm-e-Adab, Bhaderwah. He used to participate in the literary sittings of the college with enthusiasm. His poetry is replete with the episodes of wine and beauty. Some of his works gained popularity after they were published in ‘Kahkashan’, a book by Rind Bhaderwahi and ‘fughan-e-neem shab’, a book published by Iqbal Bazm-e-Adab. After his death, his daughter Shabeena Malik compiled his works and gave them to Aseer Kishtwari, who published it under the title “Raaz-o-Niyaaz” in 2006.
Bashir Bhaderwahi
Bashir Bhaderwahi (Full name: Bashir Ahmad Khateeb) was born on January 24, 1935. He did his BA in (1958) MA in Urdu (1962) from Kashmir University. Bashir Bhaderwahi has contributed literary articles /poems and articles in various magazines of repute in Urdu/Kashmiri. He did diploma in teaching, B.ED, Certificate in teaching English, Certificate course in Educational extension National Institute of Education New Delhi. Bashir Bhaderwahi is a member of working group Sahai Committee on Education
J&K State, delegate of all India Educational Conference Bangalore and on Adult Education Gujarat and Member Educational Liaison committee J and K state for two successive terms. He was appointed teacher in Primary, Middle, L. High and High Schools (1953 –1961), became Head Master/Tehsil Education Officer, District Education Officer and retired as District Education officer, Doda in 1994. He has been associated with Literary Organisations of J&K State and served as President Bazme Adab Bhadarwah, President Bazme Adab Kishtwar and President Kousher Markazi Forum Jammu. His publications include: (a) Kashmiri: Folk Songs of Doda District (1971) (b) Goshan Hind Posh (1998): Collection of selected poems written from 1953-1998 (c) Tohafa-e-Aazmeen-e-Hijaj (2005): Kashmiri Naatya Kalam.darwah Ki Tehrik o Sakaafat, Himalyayee Reastoon Key Tanazur Main (2010): History and culture of erstwhile Himalyan State. Address: 5- Green colony Bhaderwah District Doda, J&K State. PIN Code 182222. Mobile 09419155194 email: bakhateeb@yahoo.com


Braj Premi
Braj Premi was primarily a short story writer but ironically research and criticism did not give him much time to devote to this form of prose. He was born on September 24, 1935 at mohalla Darbi Yar Habba Kadal in Srinagar. His father Pandit Shyam Lal Kaul was a poet, teacher and writer. He names his son as Braj Krishan who was later known as Braj Premi. After doing his MA Urdu and B Ed, he took doctorate of philosophy on the subject “Saadat Hasan Mantoo: Hayat aur adabdi karname”. He was appointed as lecturer of Urdu in Kashmir University in 1977. He along with his family migrated to Jammu in 1990 due to unavoidable circumstances. He died of heart attack on April 20, 1990. His books include 1. Harf-e-Justujoo, 2. Jalwa-e-Sad Rang, 3. Saadat Hasan Mantoo : Hayat aur karname, 4. Zauq-e-Nazar, 5. Chand Tehreeren 6. Kashmir ke mazameen 7. Mabaahis and 8. Sapnon ki shaam (short stories).
(Dr.) Chamanlal Bhagat
Most of people know Dr. Chamanlal Bhagat a highly honest and dedicated politician since he has proved the fact during his tenure as a National Conference MLA from Ramban assembly constituency. But his another identity lies in his contribution to Urdu literary and critical works. Bhagat obtained degrees of ML, M Phil and PhD from Jammu University’s department of Urdu. His books include 1. Hali, Shibli aur Azad tehqeeq ke aaine mein (2008), 2. Braj Premi ki adabi khidmaat (2009) and 3. Ghalib Shanasi (2010). In his books, Dr. Chamanlal Bhagat has stuck to the subject matter and done justice to it. Despite his busy political schedule, Dr Bhagat attends almost every Urdu conference and meeting in the area.
Deepak Budki
Deepak Budki (Full name: Deepak Kumar Budki) is a renowned Urdu writer. He was born on February 15, 1950 atSrinagar. After MSc Botany he did B.Ed fromKashmirUniversity,Srinagar. Here is his resume in Urdu.

Deepak Budki Books

Dr. Arifa Bushra
Dr. Arifa Bushra. She is an Associate Professor, Deptt. of Urdu, KashmirUniversity. She joined the department in 1998. She teaches Urdu Ghazal and Nazm, Development of Urdu in J & KState, Classical Genres of Urdu Poetry and Ghalib. She has two books as well as a number of articles to her credit. Her topic of the research for Ph.D as “ Urdu Mein Mir Shinasi”. Books written by her include – Mir Taqi Mir Ek Mutala, Josh Mali Abadi Ek Mutla and Jammu Wa Kashmir Mein Sharo Adab. Mobile No: 09469018998.
(Added by Muslim Saleem on October 23, 2013)
Farooq Ahmad Farooq
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Ghulam Qadir Berwari
Khwaja Ghulam Qadir Batt, pen name Qadir Berwari, is one of the senior most Kashmiri poets of Kishtwar district. His actual date of birth is not known, as his father had died when he was in his prime youth. He is totally an illiterate person but a par excellent poet, singer, carpenter and hunter of his time. He is contemporary of towering literary figures of J&K like Rasa-Javidani, Kamgar Kishtwari, Ishrat Kashmiri, Janbaz Kishtwari, Nishat Kishtwari, Ulfat Kishtwari and Showkat Faridi. Qadir Berwari was also selected for radio programs which he could not perform owing to his domestic problems. He received cash award from the late Bakshi Ghulam Mohammad, the then Prime Minister of Jammu & Kashmir state for singing his own Kashmiri Gazal at Jashn-e-Kashmir function in Jammu in the year 1956. He has brought out two collections of his Kashmiri poetry titled Chang-e-Reah( Flame of the Lamp) and Pathwan Sada( Voice of the remote area). Both these books were published by his son Wali Mohd. Aseer Kishtwari, who is himself a popular writer, historian, researcher, critic and literary analyst. Qadir Berwari is closely associated with Anjuman Taraqqi-e- Adab Kishtwar and Koushur Markazi Adabi Forum Jammu.
Habibulah Hamdi Kashmari
Hari Krishen Razdam Raaz
Hari Krishen Razdan Raaz picHari Krishen Razdan Raaz. He was born on 18.11.1930 in Gujranwala which is now in Pakistan. Raaz who now lives in Mumbai – India; studied in Farrukhabad, Patiala, Sargodha and Lyallpur (now Faislabad). His father’s name is Pandit Mohan Lal Razdan and mother’s name is Mohini Razdan. The family consists of son, Jeevan, daughter-in-law Sushma; grand-daughter Vaishali; daughter Geeta, son-in-law Nitin Matani, grandson Nikhil and grand-daughter Neha. His nephew, Karan Razdan is well known film director. Raz being a Kashmiri Pandit speaks Urdu as his mother tongue; though he studied Hindi and Sanskrit in school and college. He was always influenced by the finesse of Urdu language and culture. He was always fond of music, singing and poetry even during his college days. His first poem was published in a Delhi magazine, SAINIK SAMACHAR in 1950. After 45 years in 1995, Razdan Sahab, once again, renewed his literary efforts and started writing mostly Ghazals in 1995 and this hobby continues even today. Meantime, in 2005 the first collection of his poetry was published as a book named, ‘HAR LAMHA AUR’ in Hindi script and the second collection, ‘DIL SE UTHA DHUAN’ was published in 2010 both in Hindi and Urdu scripts. Thereafter, ‘HAR LAMHA AUR’ got published also in Urdu script. Razdan Sahab cannot be referred without a reference to his continued interest in great poets who often grace the Nishists, he holds at his residence. Prominent among the regular visitors / participants are Janab Naqsh Lyallpuri, Janab Mumtaz Rashid, Janab Ibraheem Ashk and until they lived also, Ganesh Bihari Shrivastava ‘Tarz Lakhnawi’ and Janab Mukhtar Ahsan Ansari. Razdan Sahab is for ever talking about his greatest friend and motivator for the printing of his two books, Shri Jagdish Bathija. Email : hkrazdan@yahoo.in. Mobile : +91 98210 20801
Hisam Uddin Betab
Hisam Uddin Betab was born in 1932 at village Samhot Sarankot. He joined as a teacher in 1949 and was adjudged as best teacher in 1968 by the state government. His collection of poetry “Dasht-e-Junoon” was published in 2007 and Naqsh-e-Raah (prose). He entered the arena of Urdu journalism in 2004 with the publication of fortnightly “Daaman-e-Shab”. His collection of biographical sketches “Fusoon-e-Shab” and essays “Aieena Khana” are under preparation.
Jaswant Minhas
Jaswant Minhas’ has emerged rapidly among Urdu short story writers of Jammu-Kashmir. Jaswant was born at a small village, Mithula, in Bhaderwah in April 1950. After passing higher sencondary electo, he joined Forest Department in 1974. After passing Kashmir Forest Services exam, Jaswant Minhas rose to the gazetted rank of Divisional Manager before retiring in April 2008. Collections of his short stories include “Tawajjoh” (2002), Muskuratay Nasoor (2006) and Yaaden (2009) while the fourth one “Andhere Ujale” is under publication. Plots of his short stories focus on social evils and malpractices. Amin Banjara, Prof. Zahoor Uddin, Yusuf Nazim, Dr. H.S. Tasawwur, Shahbaz Rajouri, Aseer Kishtwari and Mohammad Ayub Waqif while describing Jaswant Minhas’ short stories as harbinger of style and plot have hoped that he will carve out a special niche in the arena of Urdu literature.
(Dr) Khalifa Abdul Hakeem
Khalifa Abdul HakimDr Khalifa Abdul Hakim (June 13, 1896 – January 31, 1959) was a great writer, philosopher and poet. He was born on June 13, 1896 at Lahore and died at the same place on January 31, 1959. He wrote over 350 books in Urdu, Persian and English apart from penning poetry. Dr. Khalifa Abdul Hakim did his Matriculation in 1910; FA in 1913 from Aligarh Mohammadan Anglo Oriental College (Which was declared as Aligarh Muslim University in the year 1920); BA in 1915 from Delhi St Stephens College; MA in 1917 also from Delhi St Stephen’s College; LLB in 1918 Lahore from Law College. He was appointed Assistant Prof of Philosophy 1919 Osmania University Hyderabad Deccan. In 1925, he did his PhD from Heidelberg University, Germany (paid for by his salary and a loan from the University); The same year (1925) he became, Head of Department Philosophy of Osmainia University Deccan. He became Principal of Amar Singh College 1943-47 Srinagar, Kashmir and Director Education, Kashmir on Deputation. Once again, he was appointed as Dean Faculty of Arts Osmaina University Hyderabad Deccan in 1948-49; He was awarded LLD (Honoris Causa) by the Punjab University Lahore 1957. He penned hundreds of books in Urdu, English and Persian and translated many an epic from Persian. He also translated Gita in Urdu in poetic form, which has been published by Haryana Urdu Academy and Bharti Vidhya Bhavan, Mumbai. His book Fikr-e-Iqbal is taught in higher Urdu classes. Dr Khalifa Abdul Hakim was also the Founder Director, Institute of Islamic Culture, Lahore (1949-1959). (See also tag Dr Khalifa Abdul Hakim on http://www.khojkhabarnews.com)
Liaqat Jafri
Liaqat Jafri’s real name is Liaqat Ali Khan. He was born in Poonch on February 18, 1971. His father Ghulam Akbar Jafri paid special attention to his education. He obtained MA and PhD degrees from Jammu University and joined as lecturer in the School Education Department. Later, he joined Higher Education Department as professor. At present, he is the convener of Committee for Protection and Promotion for Urdu Language of the state government. Liaqat Jafri is a poet and writer of good stead. He is also a good human being and friend. His books include 1. Bayaz (collection of poetry) and literary books are 1. Jadeediye: Faiz se Zafar Iqbal tak 2. Jadeed Urdu Shairi Bahawala-e-Nazm and 3. Jadeediyat, maa baad-e-Jadeediyat bahawala-e-sher. “Farsi Dabistan” is a book translated by him.
Maikash Kashmiri
Maikash Kashmiri’s real name was Pandit Kailash Nath Kaul. He held the status of a ‘ustad shair’ in Urdu. He was the only son of the then Sericulture Director Pandit Jeewan Nath Kaul. Maikash was born on July 17, 1926 in Haft Chinar area of Srinagar. After completing his BA from Prince of Wales College, Jammu, he did Munshi Fazil (Persian) and MA English from Punjab University, Lahore. After Partition, when a station of All India Radio was set up at Jammu, Maikash also joined it along with Rajinder Singh Bedi. He retired after putting in 34 years of services to AIR and then became a lecturer of English at Deewan Badrinath Vidya Mandir, Jammu for 12 years. As a poet, he became a disciple of Abul Fasahat Josh Malsiani and attained the status of “ustad” within a short period. Maikash considered Allama Iqbal as his spiritual guide and teacher in absentia. His first collection of poetry “Baal-e-Huma” was published in 1998, second ‘Baal-e-Anqa” in 1999, third “Shahpar-e-Taus” in 2005 and fourth collection “Saaz-e-Rag-e-Jaan” in 2006. he died at Mumbai on January 19, 2006. After his death, Maikash Kashmiri’s collections “Baal-e-Huma” and Baal-e-Anqa were re-compiled and re-published by his friend and convener of Maikash Kashmiri Literary Society, Amin Banjara in 2007. Prof. Jagannath Azad, Prof. Shameem Hanfi, Dr. Amanat Shaikh, Hakeem Razi Adeebi and Rishi Patialwi give the status of ‘Ustad Shair’ to Maikash Kashmiri.

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