Well-known poet and editor of literary journal 'Istefsaar'
Pakistani poet, journalist, and translator known for his book containing translations of Sindhi literature
Prominent classical poet and contemporary of Dagh Dehlavi, reflecting all the values of romantic bohimianism of classical Urdu ghazal.
One of the founders of modern Urdu criticism.
Prominent poet who mastered the poetic idiom of Lucknow poetry.
One of the prominent poets of Pakistan known for his unique responses to modern-day social issues in his Ghazals and Nazms
Prominent among the poets of Kashmir, published two collections, 'Raaste Manzilein' and 'Patta Patta'
A promising poet from Pakistan who committed suicide at the age of 27
Prominent post-modern poet who went missing in 1996
A poet to draw upon traditional poetics, published several poetry collections
A well-known poet of mystical thoughts
A prominent poet and scholar of Lucknow, a disciple of Dagh and Natiq Gulawathhi, known for his annotations of Ghalib and Hafiz, and editing the works of the earliest women poets of Urdu
Poet and writer, known for his critical work on childrens’ literature
A poet and journalist from Haryana; also the editor of a newspaper called 'Paigham'
well-known poet of classical tone and tenor
Prominent among the new generation poets
Contempory Pakistani poet having a popular appeal.
Prominent poet from Mumbai, well-known to connoisseurs of serious poetry.
Prominent Pakistani poet and translator; translated select works from world literature including Tagore’s Gitanjali
Prominent poet of classical mould from Nengal, known for his 'Tazkira 'Sukhan-e-Shoara'.
Known for his poems written in the praise of God and the prophet
A disciple of Jigar Moradabadi, known for his poetry of classical tenor
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