Ali Zaryoun is a multilingual poet, songwriter, and thinker hailing from Faisalabad, born in 1983. With a mastery in languages including Urdu, Hindi, Farsi, Punjabi, and English, Ali has established himself as one of the most renowned modern-day poets.
With a diverse range of writing styles, Ali’s couplets, Ashaar, Ghazals, and poems have garnered widespread recognition and a loyal following. Through his exceptional work and social media presence, Ali has won the hearts of audiences and has performed at numerous Pakistani events, including mosques, weddings, and cultural establishments, since 1999.
A Career in Literature
A Multi-talented Poet from Faisalabad. At a young age, Ali began his professional journey as a poet, authoring numerous poems in Urdu, Punjabi, and Hindi. With his unique voice and powerful messages, Ali quickly rose to prominence and became a sought-after performer at poetry readings and events.
Three of Ali’s earliest works, Rajnjh Thikane Lag Jate Hain, Main Ishq Nu Qibla Keeta, and Meri Janib Se Issy Khas Muhabbat Samjhen, solidified his place as a talented and influential poet. Through his work, Ali tackles societal preconceptions and provides a sense of realization and understanding to his audience.
Inspiring love, harmony, respect, and acceptance, Ali’s poetry promotes a more inclusive and harmonious society.
Famous Works of Ali Zaryoun
Ali Zaryoun’s some of his most famous works include:
- Tum Sarwat Ko Padhti Ho
- Mein Jis Ka Maula Hota Hai
- Parai Niend Mein Sone Ka Tajraba Kar Ke
- Pehle-Pehal Ladenge Tamaskhur Udaenge
- Ada-e-Ishq Hun Puri Ana Ke Sath Hun Mein
Social And Political Views
Ali’s Shayari stands out for its audacious narrative, challenging societal norms and preconceptions with every verse. His poems provide a sense of realization, reminding readers to embrace love, respect, tolerance, and peace in society.
With his powerful words, Ali uses poetry to encourage a more harmonious and inclusive community.
A Multilingual Poet, Lyricist, and Thinker from Faisalabad. With a mastery of languages including Urdu, Persian, English, Hindi, and Punjabi, Ali is not just a poet, but also a gifted lyricist and thinker.
His poems in Urdu form the foundation of his impressive body of work, and his ghazals and couplets are highly praised by fans and critics alike.