Nasir Kazmi

Nasir Kazmi was born on December 8, 1925 in Ambala. His real name was Syed Nasir Raza Kazmi. Her father Syed Muhammad Sultan Kazmi was a Subedar in the Army and his mother was an educated woman and a teacher at the Mission Girls School in Ambala.

Nasir studied at the same school until the fifth grade. Later, under the supervision of his mother, he read books like Gulistan, Bustan, Shahnameh-e-Ferdowsi, Qissa-e-Chahar Darwish, Fasana-e-Azad, Alif Laila, and Urdu Poetry.

Nasir kazami Poetry Categories
Nasir Kazmi Poetry | Urdu Nazam | Ghazal | Shayari
Dil Dhadakne Ka Sabab Yaad Aaya
Wo Sahilon Pe Gane Wale Kya Hue
Tum Aa Gaye Ho To Kyun Intezar-E-Sham Karen
Badli Na Us Ki Ruh Kisi Inqilab Mein
Naye Kapde Badal Kar Jaun Kahan
Kisi Ka Dard Ho Dil Beqaraar Apna Hai

Nasir Kazmi Biography

Nasir Kazmi was born on December 8, 1925 in Ambala. His real name was Syed Nasir Raza Kazmi. Her father Syed Muhammad Sultan Kazmi was a Subedar in the Army and his mother was an educated woman and a teacher at the Mission Girls School in Ambala.

Nasir studied at the same school until the fifth grade. Later, under the supervision of his mother, he read books like Gulistan, Bustan, Shahnameh-e-Ferdowsi, Qissa-e-Chahar Darwish, Fasana-e-Azad, Alif Laila, and Urdu Poetry.

The influence of fictional literature read in childhood is also found in his poetry. Nasir passed 6th class from National School Peshawar and 10th class from Muslim High School Ambala. He had enrolled in Lahore Government College for BA, but had to drop out due to the turmoil of partition.

He arrived in Pakistan in a state of extreme depression.

Nasir started writing poetry at an early age.

At a time when ghazal-writing became few and sparse, Nasir Kazmi emerged as a unique ghazal composer who not only revived ghazals, but also amazed his readers with the beauty of nature and the universe, with his creative essence.

Kazmi emerged as a poet who succeeded in restoring the creative character of ghazal to its fullest., Nasir Kazmi, compared to poets who preach humanity and collectivism, feels more realistic and tangible.

He was convinced to immerse himself in the beauty of nature like a free bird and to sing songs about his emotions and experiences. He called poetry his religion.

He had heart disease since the age of 26 but never abstained. Chain-smoked, went to any roadside chain and ate anything and everything, and drank tea dozens of times a day. Due to this perpetuated negligence, he got stomach cancer in 1971 and died on March 2, 1972. But before passing away he left his readers with a treasure trove of poetry and literature.

After ‘Barg Ne’, his two collections “Diwan” and “Pahli Barish” were published. Then a collection of his Nazms ‘Khwab-e-Nishat’ came to the fore. He also wrote a drama series “Sur Ki Chhaya”. As well as being a poet, he was also a good prose writer. During .his radio career, he wrote sketches of classical Urdu poets which became very popular.he was very famous and gretest poet