Khwaja Hasan Nizami

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Khwaja Hasan Nizami (1873 Delhi-31 July 1955 Delhi) (خواجہ حسن نظامی) was an Indian Sufi saint[1] of Chishti Islamic order, a well known Urdu Essayist[2] and humorist who wrote many essays for the Mukhzun Akhbar (Magazine). He wrote more than 60 books he also wrote about the incidents of war of 1857 while Mulla Wahidi, writes that he had over five hundred books on an amazning variety of subjects to his credit (quoted in Naqvi, 1978).. Being a Sufi saint he had many disciples and it appeared in his literature .


He stressed on Muslim of India for Urdu language or Tableegh (Islamic missionary) to work among non-Muslims.[3] He was a highly placed divine in the hierarchy of Nizamuddin Auliya's prestigious silsilã, and widely honored in the Muslim world.

External links[edit]

  • Marcia Hermansen, Professor at Loyola University Chicago has compiled a bibliography of Khwaja Hasan Nizami's Publications He also wrote Stories like Beghmat ke Ansuo And Thele Wala ShehzaDa


  1. ^ By Amaresh Datta. Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature, Volume 2.
  2. ^ Ilmi Encyclopaedia of General Knowledge.
  3. ^ "Khwaja Hasan Nizami".