Shayari, Urdu Sad Shayari, Urdu Shayari, Urdu Poetry
Jo Zulm Peh La?nat Na Kare, Aap La?een Hai
Jo Jabar Ka Munkir Nahi, Woh Munkire Deen Hai
Hasrat-e-deed mein guzraan hain zamaney kab se
Dasht-e-umeed mein gardaan hain dawaney kab se
Der se ankh mein utra nahin askhon ka azaab
Apne zimey hain tera farz najaney kab se
Kis tarah paak ho be-arzu lamhon ka azaab
Dard aya nahin darbaar sjanaey kab se
Sar Karo saaz ke cherrein koi dil sooz ghazal
Dhoondta hai dil-e-shoreeda bahaney kab se
Pur karo jaam ke shayed ho isi lahta rawaan
Rok rakha hai jo ik teer kazzaa ne kab se
Faiz phir kab kisi maktal mein karain ge abad
Lab pe veeran hain shaheedon ke fasaney kab se
Faiz Ahmad Faiz (1911–1984) was a Pakistani intellectual, poet, and one of the most famous poets of the Urdu language. He was a member of the Anjuman Tarraqi Pasand Mussanafin-e-Hind (All India Progressive Writers’ Movement) and an avowed Marxist. In 1962, he was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize by the Soviet Union.
Faiz Ahmad Faiz was born in Kala Kader village, Sialkot : سیالکوٹ in Punjab in British India to Sultan Mohammad Khan and his youngest wife Fatima.
Following the Muslim tradition in South Asia, at an early age Faiz was sent to the Masjid (Mosque) to be oriented to the basics of religious studies by Maulvi Muhammad Ibrahim Mir Sialkoti. He went on to the Scotch Mission School, Sialkot, for academic education and after matriculation joined Murray College, Sialkot, Punjab for intermediate study and graduation. His most influential teachers were Professor Yousuf Saleem Chishti, who taught Urdu, and Shams-ul-Ullamah Syed Mir Hasan, who taught Arabic. Hasan had also taught the renowned philosopher, poet, and politician of South Asia, Allama Dr. Muhammad Iqbal. Faiz acquired a post-graduate degree from the Government College, Lahore, a Master of Arts in English Literature, and he also attended the Oriental College in Lahore, where he obtained another master’s degree in Arabic Literature.
Faiz started a branch of Progressive Writers’ Movement in Punjab in 1936. Also he was a Member and Secretary of this branch. He was also an Editor of Mahnama (Monthly). Faiz became a lecturer in English at M. A. O. College, Amritsar in 1935 and then at Hailey College of Commerce, Lahore. He briefly joined the British Indian Army and was promoted to the rank of Lieut. Colonel in 1944. He resigned from the Army in 1947 and returned to Lahore to become the first editor-in-chief of the Pakistan Times. In 1959 he was appointed as Secretary, Pakistan Arts Council and worked in that capacity till 1962.
Mere Dil Mere Musafir
All these have been combined as one book Nuskha Haa-e-Wafa
In the 1930s Faiz Ahmad Faiz married a British woman, Alys Faiz. They had two daughters, Moneeza and Salima Hashmi. Salima is an eminent artist and Moneeza is a TV producer. Salima and Moneeza are married to brothers Shoaib Hashmi and Humair Hashmi respectively, who are noted media personalities.