Niyaz Fatehpuri

Halqa-e-Niyaz-o-Nigar, Karachi
1994 | More Info
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    Main Aur Mera Khuda

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    Haider Ali

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    Islamiyat, Essays & Profiles

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About The Book


"من ویزداں"نیاز فتحپوری كی مذہب و دینی عقائد كے مختلف موضوعات پر مبنی مضامین كی كتاب ہے۔جس میں مذاہب كی ابتدا،مذاہب كی تخلیق،دینی عقائد ،رسالت كے مفہوم اور صحائف مقدسہ كی حقیقت پر دلائل كے ساتھ مباحثے موجودہیں۔ان مباحث میں صرف مذہبی دلائل کوہی نہیں پیش كیا گیا بلكہ تاریخی،علمی،اخلاقی اور نفسیاتی نقطہ نظر سے بھی مدلل مثالیں بیان كی گئی ہیں۔جس كا مقصدمذہب كی حقیقت بتاتے ہوئے انسانیت كے پیغام كو عام كرنا ہے۔جو انسان مذہب كو جان لے گا وہ خود كو بھی پہنچان لے گا،خود شناسی سے خدا شناسی كا سفر آسان ہوجاتا ہے۔اسی لیے اسلام كے متعلق مصنف كا نظریہ، مذہب كی حقیقت،خدا كا وجود،مختلف مكتبہ فكرکے نظریات،علمائے كرام كے دینی نظریے،مختلف عقائد كے نظریاتی فرق كو بھی واضح كیا گیا ہے۔ اس كے علاوہ بت پرستی كی حقیقت،قرآن شریف كا خدا كے كلام ہونےاور ماخذالقرآن پر بھی علمی گفتگو نےکتاب کی افادیت بڑھا دی ہے۔اس طرح اسلامی عقائد و نظریات پر روشنی ڈالتی یہ كتاب معلوماتی ہے۔

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About The Author

Niyaz Fatehpuri

Niyaz Fatehpuri

Among the authors and intellectuals of Urdu, Niaz Fatehpuri acquired a unique identity as he combined many disciplines with remarkable ease. He made his contributions in the multiple fields of literature, history, culture, religion, philosophy, and journalism. He was also a poet and a short story writer. Niaz edited a journal called Nigar which came to be recognized as a major Urdu periodical in the Indian subcontinent. In recognition of his services, he was conferred with the awards of Padma Bhushan in India and Nishan-e Sipaas in Pakistan.

Niaz Fatehpuri was born in the Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh in 1884. He was given the name of Niaz Mohamad Khan by his mother and Liaqat Ali Khan by his father. He received his education at Madrasa Islamia, Fatehpur and Dar-ul-uloom Nadwat-ul Ulema, Lucknow. His father, Mohammad Ameer Khan, being a police officer, moved from place to place during his period of service which gave Niaz an occasion to interact broadly with people of intellectual bent. In the year 1900, Niaz received his training as a Sub Inspector at Moradabad but relinquished his job in 1902. From 1903 to 1905, he worked as the Head Master at Madrasa Islamia. Following this, he worked in various capacities but it was in 1922 that he launched his journal Nigar at the advice of Laam Ahmad from Agra. This journal was later published from Lucknow, Bhopal, and Karachi. In 1962, he migrated to Pakistan and spent the last four years of his life there. He suffered from cancer and breathed his last on 24 May, 1966.        
Niaz Fatehpuri has written over fifty books on a variety of subjects that constituted his intellectual make up. Some of his major books include Shair ka Anjaam, Nigaristan, Jamalistan, Shahab ki Sharguzasht, Inteqadiyaat, Mala Wama Alaih, Mazaahib-e Alam ka Taqaabuli Mutaleaa,, and Targhwwbat-e Jins.   


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