/ NAAT(Ya Rahmatallil Alamen)MUZAFFAR WARSI IN PTV. Classicflv

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  • Location
    Lahore, Pakistan-
    Affiliation
    Hamd / Naat Khuwan & POET
    Birthday
    20 December 1933
    About
    Died (Jan.28th, 2011)
    Biography
    Muzaffar Warsi was born as Muhammad Muzaffar ud Din siddiqui into the family of Alhaaj Muhammad Sharf ud Din Ahmad known as Sufi Warsi (صوفی وارثی). It was a family of landlords of Meerath. Sufi Warsi was a scholar of Islam, a doctor and poet. He received two titles: Faseeh ul Hind & Sharaf u shu'ara. He was the friend of Sir Muhammad Iqbal {(Allama Iqbal (علامہ اقبال)}, Akbar Warsi, Hasrat Mohani, Josh Malih Abadi, Ahsan Danish, Abul Kalaam Azad and Mahindar Singh Bedi. The family raised him with deep religious grounding.Muzaffar Warsi remained attached to State Bank of Pakistan (the Central Bank of Pakistan) as Deputy Treasurer. Muzaffar Warsi started his poetry by writing lyrics for songs for Pakistani movies but gradually changed direction and his style of poetry became more oriented towards praising Allah and the Islamic prophet Muhammad or in other words he started writing Hamd and Naats. He also wrote, regularly, a stanza or two on current affairs in the Newspaper Nawa-e-Waqt until recently.He died on 28-01-2011 in Lahore Pakistan.
    Awards
    Pride of Performance
    Gender
    Male
    Personal information
    Muzaffar Warsi (مظفروارثی) (borned 20 December 1933 in Meerath, India died 28 January 2011 in Lahore Pakistan) was a prominent Urdu poet, critic, essayist, a lyricist par excellence, and scholar of Pakistan. He was one whose work never fails to surprise. A humble man with humble beginnings who is unafraid of experimenting. He began more than five decades ago comprises a rich repertoire of not just Naats, but also authoring several anthologies of Ghazals, Nazms & hycoes including his autobiography Gaye dinon ka suraagh which is considered to be a classic. He was writing quatrains every day for Pakistan's Renowned daily newspaper Nawa-i-Waqt.
    Personal interests
    LITERARY WORK:
    Barf ki Nao
    Baab-e-Haram
    Lehja
    Noor-e-Azal
    Alhamd
    Hisaar
    Lahoo ki Haryali
    Sitaron ki Aabjoo
    Kaaba-e-Ishq
    Khule dareechey band hawa
    Dil sey dar-e-Nabi tak
    Zulm na sehna
    Kamand
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    FAMOUS VERSES:
    Kya bhala mujh ko parakhney ka natija nikla
    Zakhm-e-dil aapki nazron se bhi gehra nikla
    Ghazal sung by Lata Mangeshkar & Jagjit Singh
    Chitra Singh frequently used the Ghazals of Muzaffar Warsi
    Film: 'Hamrahi' was a milestone in Renowned Pakistani Masood Rana's singing career. All songs of 'Hamrahi' are relegated as the 'Best of Masood Rana'.
    Moreover, thousands of movie-goers watched 'Hamrahi' just because of the all-time great songs of Masood.
    'Hamrahi's seven songs are listed here below:
    'Kiya kahoon aye duniya walo, kiya hoon mein' (film: 'Hamrahi': 1966, lyrics: Muzaffar Warsi, music: Tasadduq)
    'Karam ki ik nazar hum per...ya Rasool Allah'
    'Ho gaye zindigi mujhay pyari'.
    'Naqsha teri judaye ka ab tak nazar mein hai'.
    'Mujhay chore kar akela, kaheen dooor janay walay'.
    'Qadam, qadam pay naye dukh'.
    'yaad karta hai zamana unhi insano ko'
    'Pukara hai madad ko, bay kaso nay, haath khali hai...bacha lo doob nay say ye...ya Rasool Allah' will never be forgotten by 130 million Pakistanis.
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