Monday, 3 December 2018

Biography of Josh Malihabadi

Biography of Josh Malihabadi

Sahbbir Hasan Khan (1898-1982), otherwise called Josh Malihabadi, was conceived in a group of medieval experts at Malihabad close Lucknow. In the wake of getting his underlying directions in traditional subjects at home, he proceeded with his instruction in grabs at a few spots like Sitapur, Lucknow, Agra, and Aligarh. Following his dad's passing and the specialist issues rising from that point, he needed to end his training. In 1924, he cleared out for Hyderabad to join Dar-ul-Tajuma, Osmania University's dresser of interpretation. Following a contention, he needed to leave this foundation and come back to his local place. In 1936, he began distributing a diary called Kaleem from Delhi which kept running for a long time. In 1941, he joined Shalimar Pictures at Poona and composed verses for movies. In 1948, he was selected manager of Aajkal, an artistic diary distributed by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India and worked there for a long time. In 1956, he relocated to Pakistan where he was designated as artistic guide of Urdu Board. He ventured out to India in 1967 and gave a meeting in Bombay which prompted his losing employment in Pakistan. Josh inhaled his toward the end in Islamabad where he was covered. 

Josh Malihabadi (conceived as Shabbir Hasan Khan; 5 December 1894 – 22 February 1982) prevalently known as Shayar-e-Inquilab(poet of upheaval) is viewed as one of the best Urdu artists of the time of British India. He is viewed as best in the rundown of Urdu writing who utilizes a great many high sounding rich words in his poetry.He was an ace in Urdu Language.Josh dependably tested the set up request and represented liberal values.Josh was uproarious, daring who never traded off on principles.He composed more than 100,000 excellent couplets and more than 1,000 rubaiyat in his lifetime. His self-portrayal "Yaadon ki Barat" is viewed as a standout amongst other so far in Urdu as it is written in straight to the point and sincere way. The principal Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru held him in high regard and scarcely botched an opportunity to go to the mushaira at Lala Kishan Lal Kalra's United Coffee House where Josh used to be the star fascination. He was an Indian national until 1958, when he emigrated to Pakistan and turned into a pakistani native. 

He learned at St Peter's College in Aggra and later at Tagore's University. And also English and Urdu and the other standard subjects of the day he additionally considered Arabic and Persian. In 1925 he was an interpreter at Osmania University in Hyderabad however was consequently banished for composing against the Nizam of Hyderabad 

In 1925 Josh began work at the Osmania University managing interpretation work. He was banished from the territory of Hyderabad for composing a nazm against the Nizam. He at that point began the pamphlet/magazine called the 'Kaleem' in which he transparently composed articles for autonomy and against the British. Before long, he was being designated "shaayar-e-inquilaab". He additionally got effectively associated with the opportunity battle and turned out to be near a significant number of the political pioneers of that period, extraordinarily Jawahar Lal Nehru 

Josh was conceived in an ethnic Afridi Pashtun family in Malihabad, United Provinces, British India. He learned at St Peter's College, Agra and passed his Senior Cambridge examination in 1914. In spite of the fact that Josh thusly considered Arabic and Persian and, in 1918, put in a half year at Tagore's college, Shantiniketan. The passing of his dad, Bashir Ahmed Khan, in 1916, kept him from undertaking a school instruction. 

Josh is presumed to have had a magnificent order over Urdu and was very strict about regarding the syntax and tenets of the dialect. This is the reason, he is additionally alluded to as, the King of Urdu dialect. The principal gathering of his verse was distributed in 1921. The accumulation of his verse incorporate Shola-o-Shabnam, Junoon-o-Hikmat, Fikr-o-Nishaat, Sunbal-o-Salaasal, Harf-o-Hikaayat, Sarod-o-Kharosh and Irfaniyat-e-Josh (all Urdu titles). On the counsel of movie executive W.Z. Ahmed, he additionally composed tunes for Shalimar Pictures. One of the photos is Aag ka darya. Amid this time, he was remaining in Pune. His personal history is titled Yaadon ki baraat. Later in his life he moved toward becoming Sunni again as referenced in his autobiography.Josh Malihabadi kicked the bucket in February 22, 1982


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