Ali Baba Taj
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Ali Baba Taj (born 1977) is an Urdu, Persian and Hazaragi poet, based in Quetta, Pakistan. He is known for his use of nazm style in Urdu poetry. He received his Master's Degree in Persian language and literature from the University of Balochistan, Quetta in 2003. He has written several articles in Urdu and Persian regarding poetry and literature.
World Poetry Festival
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Ali Baba Taj represented Pakistan in the World Poetry Festival held in Kolkata, India in 2008. He also attended the second Daryanagar poetry fair at Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh in 2010.
Visits for Cultural and Peace mission
Ali Baba Taj has visited India several times for academic and literary purposes. His aim on these visits is to foster love and peace in humankind, especially between the people of Pakistan and India. He has met with scholars, poets, writers and other social and peace activist during these peace missions.
- muthee mein kuch saansain  Urdu مٹھی میں کچھ سانسیں Poems Book, published in 2007.
- translations of various verses of Mirza Bedil jahan e muaani جھان معنی بیدل.
References and Readings
- "Ali Baba Taj's Articles for Literature and Poetry'" Articles of Alibabataj. Archived 2009-10-25.
- "Ali Baba Taj's Research Paper report on Rabia the First Poetess of Persian'" Paper of Alibabataj on Rabia the first Poetess of Persian, Dawn.com
- "The Balochistan literary scene." The Balochistan literary scene. Dawn.com
- "World Poetry Festival Report Kolkata A Report published in Vietnam." World Poetry Festival Report. vannghequandoi.com.vn
- "Crossborder Muse." Visit of Ali Baba Taj to India for peace. expressindia.com
- "Utteroradesh News." Ali Baba Taj in A peace delegation to India for peace. jagran news India
- "(Indian) Punjab News." with A peace Pakistani peace delegation in Indian Punjab jagran news Punjab, India
- " Reviews on Ali Baba Taj's book'"
- Kausar, Kausar Ali (2003). "tarekh wa saqafat e hazara" (The History and Culture of Hazara) (in Urdu and p281) (1st ed.). United Printers, Quetta, Pakistan.