Muzaffar Warsi
Muzaffar Warsi

Muzaffar Warsi was a prominent (well-known) Urdu poet, critic, essayist (writer), a lyricist (writer of song words) par excellence, and scholar of Pakistan.He was one whose work never fails to surprise.A humble man with humble beginnings who is unafraid of experimenting.

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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 Na’at 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:23 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:28 January 2011
Rest Place:Lahore Punjab Pakistan

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Biography

Poetry
Muzaffar Warsi was born in Meerath India as Muhammad Muzaffar ud Din siddiqui into the family of Alhaaj Muhammad Sharf ud Din Ahmad known as Sufi Warsi.It was a family of landlords of Meerath.

Poetry Career

Muzaffar Warsi started his poetry by writing lyrics for songs for Pakistani movies but gradually changed direction and his style of poetry became more oriented towards praising Allah and the Islamic prophet Muhammad or in other words he started writing Hamd and Naats. He also wrote, regularly, a stanza or two on current affairs in the Newspaper Nawa-e-Waqt until recently.

Scholar of Islam

Another Poetry
Sufi Warsi was a scholar of Islam, a doctor and poet. He received two titles: Faseeh ul Hind & Sharaf u shu’ara. He was the friend of Sir Muhammad Iqbal, Akbar Warsi, Hasrat Mohani, Josh Malih Abadi, Ahsan Danish, Abul Kalaam Azad and Mahindar Singh Bedi. The family raised him with deep religious grounding. He remained attached to State Bank of Pakistan (the Central Bank of Pakistan) as Deputy Treasurer.[1]  Scholoar of Islam 

Five Decades

Poetry About Karbla
He began more than five decades ago comprises a rich repertoire of not just Naats, but also authoring several anthologies of Ghazals, Nazms & hycoes including his autobiography Gaye dinon ka suraagh which is considered to be a classic. He was writing quatrains every day for Pakistan‘s Renowned daily newspaper Nawa-i-Waqt .[2] Five Decades 

Award and Published Books

Warsi received Pride of Performance award from Pakistan Government. His published books include:[3]  Award and Published Books 

  1. Barf ki Nao
  2. Baab-e-Haram
  3. Lehja
  4. Noor-e-Azal
  5. Alhamd
  6. Hisaar
  7. Lahoo ki Haryali
  8. Sitaron ki Aabjoo
  9. Kaaba-e-Ishq
  10. Khule dareechey band hawa
  11. Dil sey dar-e-Nabi tak
  12. Zulm na sehna Kamand 

List of Poems

1.Teri Jhalak Nigha K Her Zawiye Main Hay4/11/2012
2.Aag Se Sairab Dasht-E-Zindgani Ho Gaya4/11/2012
3.Gham-E-Dauraan Ne Bhii Siikh4/11/2012
4.Kyaa Bhalaa Mujhako4/11/2012
5.Lab-E-Khaamosh Se Izhaar-E-Tamannaa Chaahe4/11/2012
6.Meri Tasveer Mein Rang Aur Kisi Ka To Nahin4/11/2012
7.Zakhm E Tanhai Main4/11/2012
8.Jee Behelta He Nahi Saans Ki Jhankaro’N Se4/11/2012
9.Youn Ek Pal Mat Soch Ke Aa Kyaa Ho Saktaa Hai4/11/2012
10.Merii Judaaiiyon Se Vo Milkar Nahiin Gayaa4/11/2012
11.Zindagi Khinch Gayi Mujh Se Tere Aabroo Ki Tarha4/11/2012
12.Aadmi Chonk Chuka Hai Magar Utha Tou Nahi4/11/2012
13.Shola Hun Bharakne Ki Guzarish Nahi Karta4/11/2012
14.Ab Ke Bar Barsaat4/11/2012
15.Meri Zindagi Kisi Aur Ki4/11/2012
16.Maanaa Ke Musht-E-Khaak4/11/2012
17.Haath Aankhon Pe Rakh Lene Se Khatraa Nahiin Jaataa4/11/2012
18.Ya Rahmatil Alamin4/11/2012
19.Tu Kuja Man Kuja Tu Man Kuja4/11/2012

Death

Muzaffar Warsi passed away on 28 Jan 2011 in Lahore after a protracted illness. He was 77.[4] Death

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