|Died||May 12, 1987 (aged 52)|
|Occupation||Poet, Professor of English language|
|Spouse(s)||Parveen Daud Kamal|
Education and career
Born in Abbottabad in 1935, the son of Chaudhry Mohammad Ali, who served as the vice-chancellor of the University of Peshawar, and was the founder of the Jinnah College for Women in 1964, he received his early education from the Burn Hall Abbottabad there followed by Burn Hall Srinagar, before going to the Islamia College Peshawar. Then, he completed his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Peshawar and the Tripos from the University of Cambridge in England.
- Remote Beginnings
- Compass of love and other poems
- Before the Carnations Wither
Awards and recognition
Professor Daud Kamal died in the United States on 5 December 1987. Later he was buried in the cemetery of the same university where he taught for 29 years, University of Peshawar's graveyard in front of the Pashto Academy.
- Shinwari, Sher Alam (6 December 2014). "English poet late Professor Daud Kamal paid tribute for his literary work". Dawn (newspaper). Retrieved 22 June 2019.
- Journal of the Research Society of Pakistan, vol. 32, p. 67
- Daud Kamal, Four contemporary poets : English translation of Urdu poems, 1992, p. 134
- "Genesis of University of Peshawar"
- Muneeza Shamsie, A Dragonfly in the Sun: An Anthology of Pakistani Writing in English, Oxford University Press (1997), p. 82
- "Celebrating the unsung: After the carnations wither". The Express Tribune (newspaper). 5 December 2013. Retrieved 22 June 2019.
- Ikram Azam, Literary Pakistan, Nairang-e-Khayal Publications (1989), p. 86