Idris Azad

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Idris Azad
ادریس آزاد
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Idris Azad
Born Idrees Ahmad
(1969-08-07) 7 August 1969 (age 46)
Khushab, Khushab District, Punjab, Pakistan
Occupation Urdu Poet, Journalist, Writer, Philosopher
Nationality  Pakistan
Ethnicity Punjabi
Education Master of Philosophy
Literary movement Progressive Writers Movement
Children 4
Website
www.idrisazad.com

Idris Azad (Urdu: ادریس آزاد‎, born Idrees Ahmad Urdu: ادریس احمد‎) on 7 August 1969,[1][2][3] is an author,[1][4] philosopher, novelist,[1] poet,[1][5] dramatist and columnist. He has written several books on fiction, journalism, critic, poetry, philosophy, mysticism and art.[6] He is teacher of logic and philosophy at International Islamic University, Islamabad.[7] Idrees Azad is also associated with Pakistan Film Industry.[8] He is Head of the Department of VFX & CGI at Paragon Academy of Performing Arts, Shabab Noor Studio, Lahore and assists the director Syed Noor in film making as well.[8]

Early life[edit]

Azad was born in the house of Saeed Ahmad,[3] in Khushab, city of Punjab, Pakistan.[1][3] He got his Masters in Philosophy from the University of the Punjab, Lahore.[9]

Philosophy[edit]

He elucidated Socio-Biological Evolution.[10] He expands the idea of Indian philosopher Sir Muhammad Iqbal that every living organism on Earth is tightly attached to it and it needs an Anti-Gravitational force to get rid of Earth-Rootedness.[11] He calls this freedom from Earth-Rootedness. He asserts that, being nearer the Earth degrades the value of life.[12][13] He also asserts that socio-biologically, there are four classes of animals.[14]

  1. Swarm
  2. Gangs
  3. Droves
  4. Flocks[14]

Publications[edit]

Philosophy

  • Aurat, Iblees aur Khuda (عورت، ابلیس اور خدا) (Women, Devil and God)[15]
  • Maoseeqi, Tasweer aur Sharaab[16] (موسیقی، تصویر اور شراب) (Music, Picture and Vine)
  • Islam Maghrib kay Katehray Main (اسلام، مغرب کے کٹہرے میں) (Islam in the court of West)[17]
  • Tassawuf, Science aur Iqbal[10][18] (تصوف، سائنس اور اقبال) (Mysticism, Science and Iqbal)

Novels

  • Sultan Muhammad Fateh[19] (سلطان محمد فاتح)
  • Ibn e Attaash[20] (ابن عطاش)
  • Sultan Shamsuddin Altamash[21] (سلطان شمس الدین التمش)
  • Behr e Aswad kay Us Paar[22] (بحر اسود کے اس پار)
  • Undlus kay Qazzaaq[23] (اندلس کے قزاق)
  • Qartaajna[24] (قرطاجنہ)

Other Books

  • Nai Saleebi Jang aur Usaama[25][26] (نئی صلیبی جنگ اور اسامہ)
  • Baazgusht[27][28](باز گشت)
  • Manashiyaat aur Tadaaruk[29] (منشیات اور تدارک)
  • Nijaat kay Raastay Par (نجات کے راستے پر)
  • Ibn e Maryam Hua karay Koi[30][31](ابن مریم ہوا کرے کوئی)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Government of Pakistan, PAL. "PAL Writers Directory". Writers Directory. Pakistan Academy of Letters, Government of Pakistan. Retrieved 24 May 2014. 
  2. ^ OpenLibrary, Idris Azad (7 August 1969)
  3. ^ a b c "Urdu adab kay faroog may Khushab ka hissa". Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad. Retrieved 18 June 2012. 
  4. ^ "Library of Congress – Authorised Author". Retrieved 25 June 2012. 
  5. ^ Jouhar Abad, Govt. Technical Model High School (2010–2011). "ilm-o-Hunar". School Journal 2: 67. 
  6. ^ Scribd: AIOU Thesis: 2004 online PDF version : Page # 63 to 68
  7. ^ Azad, Idris. "Idris Azad's Website". Idris Azad's Official Website. Khana-e-Farhad. Retrieved 24 May 2014. 
  8. ^ a b Syed, Noor. "PAPA Academy Lahore". Paragon Academy of Performance Art, Lahore. PAPA Academy. Retrieved 10 June 2014. 
  9. ^ Khana-e-Farhad,
  10. ^ a b "Taṣavvuf, sāʼins aur Iqbāl". K̲h̲azīnah-yi Ilm o Adāb, Urdu Bazar, Lahore. 
  11. ^ Academy, Iqbal. "The Principle of Movement in the Structure of Islam". http://www.allamaiqbal.com. IQBAL ACADEMY PAKISTAN. Retrieved 21 August 2014.  External link in |website= (help)
  12. ^ Azad, Idris. "Earth Rootedness and Animal Spirit by Idrees Azad". Lecture. desktopclass.com. Retrieved 11 March 2014. 
  13. ^ Azad, Idris. "Earth Rootedness and Animal Spirit by Idrees Azad 2". Lecture. desktopclass.com. Retrieved 11 March 2014. 
  14. ^ a b Azad, Idris. "Earth Rootedness and Animal Spirit". Lecture. desktopclass.com. Retrieved 11 March 2014. 
  15. ^ Āzād, Idrīs (2002). "Aurat, iblis aur Khuda : tahzibon ki jang ke rumani muhaz falsafah-yi jinsiyat par ek ba zabitah tahrir / Idris Azad". Book. Lāhaur : K̲h̲azīnah-yi ʻIlm o Adab : Milne ke pate, Maktabah-yi Raḥmāniyah. pp. 328 p. ; 22 cm. Retrieved 20 June 2012. 
  16. ^ Moseeqi, Tasveer aur Sharab. Khazeena-e-Ilm-o-Adab, Urdu Bazar, Lahore. OCLC 57285315. 
  17. ^ Āzād, Idrīs (2004). "Islām mag̲h̲rib ke kaṭhaire men̲ / Idrīs Āzād". Book. Lāhaur : K̲h̲azīnah-yi ʻIlm o Adab : Milne ke pate, Maktabah-yi Raḥmāniyah. pp. 334 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. Retrieved 20 June 2012. 
  18. ^ Āzād, Idrīs (2005). "Taṣavvuf, sains aur Iqbal / Idris Azad". Book. Lāhaur : K̲h̲azīnah-yi ʻIlm o Adab : Milne ke pate, Maktabah-yi Raḥmāniyah. pp. 424 p. ; 22 cm. Retrieved 20 June 2012. 
  19. ^ "Sultan Muhammad Fateh". Al-Quraish Publications, Urdu Bazar, Lahore. 
  20. ^ Ibn-e-ataash. Al-Quraish Publications, Urdu Bazar, Lahore. 
  21. ^ Sultan Shams-ud-deen Altamash. Al-Quraish Publications, Urdu Bazar, Lahore. 
  22. ^ Behr-e-Aswad kay us Paar. Al-Quraish Publications, Urdu Bazar, Lahore. 
  23. ^ Undalas kay Qazzaq. Maktabah al-Quraish, Urdu Bazar, Lahore. 
  24. ^ Qartajana. Al-Quraish Publications, Urdu Bazar, Lahore. , 2008
  25. ^ "Naʼī Ṣalībī jang aur Usāmāh". K̲h̲azīnah-yi Ilm o Adāb, Urdu Bazar, Lahore. 
  26. ^ Āzād, Idrīs (2001). "Naʼī Ṣalībī jang aur Usāmāh / Idrīs Āzād". Book. Lāhaur : K̲h̲azīnah-yi ʻIlm o Adab : Milne ke pate, Maktabah-yi Raḥmāniyah. pp. 240 p. ; 22 cm. Retrieved 20 June 2012. 
  27. ^ Āzād, Idrīs (2002). "Mashāhīr-i ʻālam kī taqrīrain̲ : bāzgasht / Idrīs Āzād". Book. Lāhaur : K̲h̲azīnah-yi ʻIlm o Adab : Milne ke pate, Maktabah-yi Raḥmāniyah. pp. 360 p. ; 22 cm. Retrieved 20 June 2012. 
  28. ^ http://clio.cul.columbia.edu:7018/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=5648186 clio.cul.columbia.edu Masha¯hi¯r-i ?a¯lam ki¯ taqri¯rain_ : ba¯zgasht / Idri¯s A¯za¯d
  29. ^ "Manashiyat aur Tadaruk". Khazena-e-Ilm-o-Adab, Urdu Bazar, Lahore. 
  30. ^ Idris Azad (December 1998). Ibn-e-Maryam Howa Karay Koi / Idris Azad. Khushab: Young Scholars Academy, Khushab. p. 165. 
  31. ^ Idris Azad (December 1998), Ibn-e-Maryam Howa Karay Koi, Khushab, Punjab, Pakistan: Young Scholars Academy, Khushab 

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