Bismil Azimabadi

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Bismil Azimabadi بِسمل عظیم آبادی
BornSyed Shah Mohammad Hasan
1901
Azimabad, Patna, Bihar, British India
Died20 June 1978(1978-06-20) (aged 76–77)
Azimabad, Patna, Bihar, India
Resting placeVillage Kurtha, Bihar
OccupationFreedom Fighter, Landlord, Poet
LanguageUrdu, Arabic, Persian, English
NationalityIndian
GenreGhazal, Nazm
Notable worksSarfaroshi ki Tamanna

Bismil Azimabadi (1901 - 1978) بِسمل عظیم آبادی was an Urdu poet from Patna, Bihar.

Works[edit]

Sarfaroshi ki Tamanna سرفروش کی تمنّا [edit]

In 1921 he wrote the patriotic poem Sarfaroshi ki Tamanna.[1] The poem was immortalised by Ram Prasad Bismil, an Indian freedom fighter, as a war cry during the British Raj period in India.[2] It was first published in journal Sabah, published in Delhi.[citation needed]

Recognition[edit]

Bihar Urdu Academy gives an award in his name, known as the "Bismil Azimabadi Award".[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Noorani, Abdul Gafoor Abdul Majeed (1996). The trial of Bhagat Singh: politics of justice. Konark. p. 16.
  2. ^ Hasan, Mushirul (2016). Roads to Freedom: Prisoners in Colonial India. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199089673.
  3. ^ "Latest Pathankot News 29/03/2016: गजलकार प्रवीन अश्क को बिस्मिल अजीमाबादी अवार्ड". www.bhaskar.com. 29 March 2016. Retrieved 20 September 2016.

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