Ibne Safi’s prose work can be classified into two categories: Mystery novels Short stories and articles of humor and mockery Ibn-e-Safi started writing poetry in his childhood and soon earned critial acclaim. After completing his Bachelor of Arts, he started writing short stories, humor and satire under various names such as “Sanki Soldier” and “Tughral Farghan.” In the Nakhat magazines, he published several satirical articles which commented on various topics ranging from politics to literature to journalism. His early works in the 1940s included short stories, humor and satire. According to one of his autobiographical essays, someone in a literary meeting claimed that Urdu literature had little scope for anything but sexual themes. To challenge this notion, Ibn-e-Safi began writing detective stories in January 1952 in the monthly Nikhat, naming the series Jasoosi Dunya. In the preface of Jasoosi Dunya's platinum jubilee number (Zameen Kay Baadal - Clouds of Earth), he mentioned t
I am creating this blog in the memory of great urdu poet "Majaz Lakhnavi", often reffered as "Keats" of urdu poetry. It is a place where you can find all the colors of urdu poetry and all about the poets. I am dedicating this blog to my favorite shayer "Majaz Lucknawi"... So Come and take a dip in DHANAK.