Mustafa Zaidi

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Mustafa Zaidi
Born Syed Mustafa Zaidi
(1930-10-16)16 October 1930
Karachi, Pakistan
Died 12 October 1970(1970-10-12) (aged 39)
Pen name Tegh Allahbadi
Occupation Poet
Nationality Pakistani
Genre Nazms and Ghazals
Notable awards Tamghia-e-Quaid-e-Azam
Spouse Vera Zaidi
Relatives Syed Lakhte Hussain Zaidi (father)

Mustafa Zaidi (Urdu: مصطفیٰ زیدی‎) (1930–1970) was a progressive Urdu poet.[1] He studied from Allahabad University, where he was 1 year junior to Ibn-e-Safi and Mohammad Uzair.

Literary work

His published works include:

  • Zangeerein (1949)
  • Roshni (1950)
  • Shehr-e-Azar (City of Idol Worshippers) (1958)
  • Mauj Meri Sadaf Sadaf (1960)
  • Gareban (1964)
  • Qaba-e-Saaz (1967)
  • Koh-e-Nida (1971) (published posthumously)

References

  1. ^ "Mustafa Zaidi: murder or suicide?". DAWN. 14 October 2008. Retrieved 13 October 2015. 

External links

  • Asad Amanat Ali sings Mustafa Zaidi on YouTube – Kisi Aur Gham mein
  • Abida Parveen sings Mustafa Zaidi on YouTube – Dard e dil bhi
  • Abida Parveen sings Mustafa Zaidi on YouTube – Andhi Chali
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