Kazim Jarwali

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Kazim Jarwali
کاظم جاروالی
Kazim Jarwali reciting in Mushaira
Kazim Jarwali reciting in Mushaira
Born Jarwal, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Poet

Kazim Jarwali (Urdu: کاظم جاروالی‎) (born 15 June 1955) is an Indian Urdu language poet.[1] He has written several books of poetry and has received awards for his literary work.


Jarwali was born in Jarwal, Lucknow city.[citation needed] He received his early education in Jarwal.[citation needed] In 1973 he moved to Lucknow for higher education, completed his master's degree in Arab culture at Lucknow University in 1977, and was awarded Gold Medal.[citation needed] He settled in Lucknow and married to daughter of shia scholar of Lucknow Ayatullah Saeedul Millat Abqati, the lineage of abqati family.[2]

Literary career[edit]

He is also known as "Shair-e-Fikr".[3][4] He has written several collections of Urdu poetry and participated in several mushairas. He has received awards for his literary work.[5]


  • Hussainistan (Urdu salam)
  • Kitab-e-Sang (Urdu Ghazals)
  • Kooche aur Qandeelein (Poetic form of Nahj al-Balagha)
  • Karwaan-e-Gham (Urdu Nauhe)
  • Shaheed-e-Salis ka sanchipt jivan parichay (Hindi Translation of Tazkira-e-Majeed by Allama Sibtul Hassan Hansvi)
  • Ali (Hindi) short history and aqwaal of Imam Ali

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Srijan Shilpi. "About Kazim Jarwali". 
  2. ^ Shia Islam. Books.google.co.in. Retrieved 2012-05-27. 
  3. ^ Kavita Kosh. "Kazim Jarwali". 
  4. ^ Kavya Kosh. "Kazim Jarwali ka Parichay". 
  5. ^ "Award in Mumbai". Sahafat.in. Retrieved 2012-05-27.