Umr-e-Lahaasil Ka Haasil

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Umr-e-Lahaasil Ka Haasil
Author Haider Qureshi
Country Pakistan / Germany
Language Urdu
Genre Poetry and prose
Publisher Education Publications House Delhi, India

Umr-e-Lahaasil Ka Haasil (Urdu: عمر لاحاصل کا حاصل ‎) is a collection of a poetry and prose book.[1][2] It is authored by Haider Qureshi a Pakistani poet, writer and journalist. The book comprises four published poetry books, titled ' Sulgate Khwaab, Umr-e-Guraizan, Muhabbat Kei Phool, Dua-e-Dil and fifth unpublished poetry book, ' Dard Samunder.[1][3] In prose comprises these books, 'Roshni Ki Basharat, Qissay Kahanian, Meri Muhabbatein, Soo-e-Hijaaz, Khati Meethi Yaadein and one collection on Inshiye 'Faasiley Qurbatein.[1][3]


Haider Qureshi's poetry is basically on the theme of love and affection but his some nazms are on different topics, as like on corrent issues of the globe, history and mythologies. Qureshi has also written heart touching Mahiyas, a form of the Urdu poetry.[1][4]

In prose, the second part of the book, Qureshi expresses his emotions, views and feelings.[1] His work of prose and poetry is based on the universe, human being, God, soul and cultures.[1] In his short stories, he speaks about the oil-driven wars imposed by western world[1] and rich and poor. He has also written his impressions in his autobiography.[3]

Qureshi's literary work one can easily admire and praise.[1]


Qureshi has expressed and recalled, in many poems, articles and short stories, his memories of old days in Pakistan. He has also written his views about poets and writers like Faiz Ahmad Faiz, Dr Wazir Agha, Mirza Adeeb, Ghulam Jeelani Asghar and Azra Asghar.[3]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Leading News Resource of Pakistan". Daily Times. 16 December 2011. Retrieved 13 January 2012. 
  2. ^ "Urdu Literature: His life`s work | Latest news, Breaking news, Pakistan News, World news, business, sport and multimedia | DAWN.COM". Retrieved 13 January 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d "The Statesman". Retrieved 13 January 2012. 
  4. ^ "Nidaimillat". 27 January 2011. Retrieved 13 January 2012. 

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