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Gopi Chand Narang

Gopi Chand Narang

Gopi Chand Narang is a major Urdu critic, theorist, and linguist. He has the distinction of being recognized by the Presidents of both India and Pakistan. A writer, literary critic and scholar, Prof. Narang is unique in holding this record. He was awarded the prestigeous Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Star of Excellence) by the Government of Pakistan and Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri by the Government of India.

 

His works have brought him several other laurels also, some of which include the Mazzini Gold Medal from Italy, Amir Khusro Award from Chicago, Ghalib Award, the Canadian Academy of Urdu Language and Literature Award, and the European Urdu Writers Society Award. The Sahitya Akademi conferred on him its prestigious Fellowship in 2009. Narang has also authored books in Hindi and English. A strong advocate of Urdu, he rues the fact that this language has been a victim of politicization as he believes that Urdu has its roots in India and is a sister language of Hindi.

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Meer Hasan

Meer Hasan

Meer Hasan Dehlavi is considered to be the foremost poet of mathnawi. He also practised other poetical forms but his fame rests primarily on his mathnawi entitled Sehr-ul-Bayan

In his Tazkira-i-Shuara-i-Urdu, Meer Hasan has recorded his name as Meer Ghulam Hasan. He used Hasan as his nom de plume. There is a difference of opinion about his date of birth. According to Qazi Abdul Wadood, he was born in 1717 but Malik Ram in his Tazkira-i-Maah-o-Saal has recorded 1740-41 as the year of his birth. Meer Hasan was born in the locality of Syed Wada in the walled city of Delhi. Because of the deteriorating condition of Delhi, he migrated to Awadh with his father, Meer Ghulam Hussain Zahik. Mus’hafi has related that Meer Hasan was only twelve years old at the time of his migration. After migration, he stayed in Faizabad where he got associated with the estate of Nawab Sarfaraz Jung, son of Nawab Nawab Salar Jung. When the capital shifted from Faizabad to Lucknow in 1775, he also shifted to Lucknow where he ultimately died. 

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