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|Born||Syed Hassan Rizvi|
1 October 1934
Jalal, Aligarh, British India
|Died||12 November 1966 (aged 32)|
Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan
|Pen name||Shakeb Jalali|
|Spouse||Syeda Mohiddisa Khatoon|
Shakeb Jalali or Shakeeb Jalali (Urdu: شکیب جلالی), born Syed Hassan Rizvi (1 October 1934 – 12 November 1966), was a Pakistani Urdu poet, considered as one of the distinguished Urdu poets of the post-independence era.
Shakeb was born on 1 October 1934 in Jalal, a small village near Aligarh. His ancestors were from a small town, Saddat, near Aligarh. He committed suicide on 12 November 1966 by threwing himself before a passing train near Sargodha, Pakistan. Roushni Aye Roushni, his first poetry collection, was published posthumously in 1972. Sang-e-Meel published his complete poetical works as Kulliyat-e-Shakeb Jalali in 2004.
- Zulfikar Ahsan (2009). Shakib Jalali: Ek Mutallah (in Urdu). Ravalpindi: Naqsh-i-Gar. OCLC 907496077.
- Parekh, Rauf (2015-04-27). "Creativity and mental disorder: Urdu poets and writers who committed suicide". DAWN.COM. Retrieved 2018-02-13.
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