Aslam Farrukhi

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Aslam Farrukhi
اسلم فرخی
Born Aslam Farrukhi
(1923-10-23)October 23, 1923
Lucknow, British India
Died 15 June 2016 (2016-06-16) (aged 92)
Gulshan e Iqbal, Karachi
Nationality Pakistani
Occupation author, critic

Aslam Farrukhi, PP, (Urdu: اسلم فرخی‎) (October 23, 1923 – 15 June 2016)[1] was an Urdu author, critic, poet, linguist, scholar and broadcaster from Pakistan.[2] He is also known for children's writings. He remained associated as Professor and Chairman with the Department of Urdu, University of Karachi, for many years.[citation needed]

Biography[edit]

Farrukhi was born on 23 October 1923 into a literary family of Lucknow, India. Most of his family members were poets and writers. After the independence of Pakistan in 1947, he with his family migrated to Karachi, Pakistan.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Farrukhi taught at Sindh Muslim College and at Karachi University, where he also served as registrar.[3] His son is also scholar Dr. Asif Farrukhi.[4] He was associated as Professor and Chairman with the Department of Urdu, University of Karachi, for many years, and also with Radio Pakistan for more than six years.[citation needed] He was among the country's few writers of children's literature.[citation needed] He has contributed to several literary magazines as an editor.[citation needed]

Death[edit]

Dr Aslam Farrukhi died on 15 June 2016 in Gulshan e Iqbal, Karachi. He was buried in Karachi University Graveyard on 16 June 2016 after Zohar Prayer.[5]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Muhammad Hussain Azad - Hayat-o-Tasaneef
  • Guldasta-e-Ahbab
  • Aangann main Sitaray
  • Farid-o-Fard Fareed
  • Dabistan-e-Nizam(Publisher:Pakistan Writers Cooperative Society)
  • Bachon ke Sultan jee
  • Bachon ke Ranga Rung Amir Khusraw

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Civil Awards". Pid.Gov.pk. Retrieved 2012-02-27. [dead link]
  2. ^ Salman, Peerzada (16 June 2016). "Scholar Aslam Farrukhi dies". Dawn. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  3. ^ "Urdu has adequate scientific terminology". The Dawn. 24 April 2008. Retrieved 4 March 2010. 
  4. ^ Mutaher, Zia (15 February 2004). "AUTHOR: Asif Farrukhi: Carving a niche". The Dawn. Retrieved 4 March 2010. 
  5. ^ Obituary: Dr Aslam Farrukhi — gentleman, stylist and a teacher

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