Muzaffar Warsi

Muzaffar Warsi

Muzaffar Warsi

Muzaffar Warsi was a Pakistan-based Urdu scholar, lyricist, essayist, and poet. Initially, he started his professional career as Deputy-Treasurer in Pakistan State Bank. Later he started his academic career, authored a rich naat collection, and several anthologies of Nazams and ghazals and wrote his autobiography entitled ‘Gae Dino Ka Suragh.’

He also wrote Rubai for Nawa-e-Waqat the daily newspaper of Pakistan. Two titles ‘Sharaf u Shu’ara’ and ‘Faseeh-ul-Hind’ were awarded to him. This article consists of every information about him, including Muzaffar Warsi Biography.

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Personal
Name:Muzaffar Warsi
In Urdu:مظفروارثی
Famous As:Urdu Poet
Also Known:Scholar of Islam, a Doctor and Poet
Nationality:Pakistani
Religion:Islam
Profession:Poet (Hamd and Naat lyricist, film songs lyricist)
Worked at :State Bank of Pakistan
Received Two Titles:Faseeh ul Hind & Sharaf u Shu’ara
Year Active:1961-2006
Awards :Pride of Performance Award in 1988
Born
Date:23rd December 1933
Place:Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, British India
Family
Children:Grandson Amsal Qureshi
Siblings :Dr M. S. Zafar Warsi
Relatives:Nephew (Usman Warsi)
Died
Date:28th January 2011
Rest Place:Lahore Punjab Pakistan

Muzaffar Warsi Biography

Muzaffar Warsi Biography

Warsi was a noted poet and Naat Khawan who won recognition and fame for lending his soothing, melodic, and soulful voice to Naats and many of his Naats have been used as mobile ringtones. His work never failed to surprise his fans as he was never afraid of experimenting with new styles.

His naats are true contentment for the human soul, and his poetic collection gives the spirit to begin a new life. He also gave lyrics for many Lollywood films, and some of his songs were sung by renowned Pakistani and Indian singers such as Masood Rana and Latta. He is the recipient of Pride of Performance Award. 

Warsi Date of Birth

He opened his eyes as Mohammad Muzaffar-ud-Din Siddique on 23rd Dec 1933 in Meerut, British India. 

Muzaffar Warsi Family

He was the son of Alhaj Mohammad Sharf-ud-Deen Ahmed commonly recognized as ‘Sufi Warsi.’ It was a landlord family of Meerut (Presently Uttar Pradesh in India). Sufi was an Islamic Scholar, poet, and doctor. Two titles ‘Sharaf u Shu’ara’ and ‘Faseeh-ul-Hind’ were awarded to him.

He was a friend of Akbar Warsi, Hasrat Mohani, Azeem Warsi, Allama Iqbal, Mahindar Singh, Abdul Kalam, Ahsan Danish, and Josh Malihabadi. Muzaffar has one son and three daughters. His nephew Usman Warsi is a poet, music composer, singer, and grandson Amsal Quraishi is also a poet, songwriter, composer, guitarist, and singer. 

Muzaffar Warsi rekhta

Career

He worked as deputy-treasurer at Pakistan State Bank. He began his poetic career by writing lyrics of songs for Lollywood films but slowly shifted direction and started writing poetry in praise of Allah and Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H). Later, he began writing Naats and Hamad. He also regularly wrote a Stanza on current-affairs in Nawa-e-Waqat and kept writing until his death. 

Academic Work

  1. Lashareek-Hamdiyya Kalam
  2. Tajdaar-e-Harram-Natiya Kalam
  3. Alhamd-Hamdiyya Kalam
  4. Wo He Khuda Hei-Hamdiyya Kalam
  5. Baba-e-Harram-Nattiya Kalaam
  6. Kaba-e-Ishq-Nattiya Kalaam
  7. Mere Ache Rasool-Nattiya Kalam
  8. Kaba-e-Ishq-Nattiya Kalam
  9. Sahib-ut-Taaj-Nattiya Kalam
  10. Dil Se Dar-e-Nabi Tk-Nattiya Kalam
  11. Ummi Laqabbi-Nattiya Kalam
  12. Baraf Ke Naoo-Ghazaliyaat
  13. Gae Dino Ka Suragh-An Autobiography
  14. Lehjja-Ghazaliyat
  15. Khulay Darechay Band Hawwa-Ghazaliyat
  16. Rakh Ke Dhair Mein Phool-Ghazaliyat
  17. Sitaron Ke Aabju
  18. Lahoo Ke Haryyali
  19. Hisar-Ghazaliyat
  20. Tanha Tanha Guzri Hei-Ghazaliyat
  21. Zulam Na Sehna
  22. Dekha Jo Teer Khaa Ke-Ghazaliyat
  23. Koi Tu Hei Jo Nizaam-e-Hasti Chalaa Raha Hei
  24. Pukara Hei mada Ko
  25. Tu Kuja Man Kuja

Popular Poems/Songs

  1. Kiya Bhala Mjh Ko Parakhnay Ka Nateeja Nikla
  2. Mere Tasvir Mein Rang Aur Kisi Ka Tu nahein
  3. Karam Ke Aik Nazar Ham Par Ya Rasool Allah
  4. Kya Kahun Ae Dunya Walon Kya Hun Mein
  5. Naqsha Tere Judae Ka Ab Tk Nazar Me Hei
  6. Ho Gae Zindagi Mjhe Payari
  7. Qadam Qadam Pe Naye Dukh
  8. Mjhe Chor Kr Akela Kahin Door Jane Walay
  9. Yad Krta Hei Zamana Unhe Insaano Ko

Muzaffar Warsi naat Books

Naat-Albums

  • Shaheed-e-Azam
  • Al-Hamd
  • Azmat-E-Bashar
  • Ameer-e-Haram
  •  Awaz Ke Tasvir

Muzaffar Warsi Books

  1. Hisaar
  2. Lahu Ke Haryaali
  3. Zulam Na Sehna
  4. Bhooli Basti Batein
  5. Jaari Hei
  6. Kalam Qatale
  7. Quran-o-Sukhan
  8. Lahu Ka Raqs
  9. Zameen Key Chaand
  10. Kamand
  11. Parbat Ka Paani
  12. Subho Ka Taara
  13. Sitaron Ke Abju
  14. Gae Dino Ka Suraagh

Muzaffar Warsi Death

He passed away on 28th Jan 2011 in Lahore and embedded in Lahore at Johar Town Graveyard.