Raza Ali Abidi (Urdu: رضا علی عابدی; born 30 November 1936) is a Pakistani journalist and broadcaster who is best known for his radio documentaries on the Grand Trunk Road and the Indus River. His published works include several collections of cultural essays and short stories. He has worked with the BBC Urdu Service and retired in 1996. In November 2013, he was awarded an honorary doctorate degree by The Islamia University of Bahawalpur for his services in the field of broadcasting, journalism and arts. He was also honored as agjuct professor by the same institute. It is to be noted that The Islamia University of Bahawalpur (where Raza Ali Abdi has honored with adjunct professorship) has recently been declared as the top higher education institute in Southern Punjab, by the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan.
Pehla Taara, Pehli Kiran, Champa, Mun-mun, Meri Ammi, Pyari Maa, Zalim Bhedia, Ulta Ghoda, Qazi ji ka Achaar, Pehli Ginti, Gungunata Qaida, Bandar ki Alif Bay. Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, Kamal ke Aadmi and Nat Khat Ladka (poetry). All published by Sange Meel Publications, Lahore.