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Faiz Ahmed Faiz (Punjabi, Urdu: فيض احمد فيض; born 1911, died 1984) was a South Asian poet considered to be one of the most famous modern Urdu poets, though he also wrote in Punjabi. He was born in Sialkot, in the Punjab during British rule (now Pakistan). After the partition of 1947, he decided to live in Pakistan, and died in Lahore. Faiz was a member of the Anjuman Tarraqi Pasand Mussanafin-e-Hind (Progressive Writers' Movement), and an avowed Marxist. In 1962 he was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize by the Soviet Union Personal life and background Faiz Ahmed Faiz was born in Sialkot to Sultan Fatima and he acquired his literary skills from his father. Education: Following the traditions of the Muslim community in the Indian subcontinent, Faiz, in his early age was sent to the Masjid (Mosque) to be oriented with the basics of religious studies by Maulvi Muhammad Ibrahim Mir Sialkoti. Later, he went to Scotch Mission School, Sialkot, for academic education and after matriculation, joined the Murray College, Sialkot for intermediate and graduation. His most influential teachers were Shams-ul-Ullamah (The Sun of Scholars) Syed Mir Hasan (Arabic) (who had also taught the well renowned philosopher, poet, and politician of South Asia, Allama Dr. Muhammad Iqbal), and Professor Yousuf Saleem Chishti (Urdu). He acquired his post-graduate studies from the Government College, Lahore (Master of Arts in English Literature) and the Oriental College, Lahore to achieve another masters degree in Arabic Literature. In the 1930s Faiz Ahmed Faiz married Alys Faiz, a British woman. They had two daughters Moneeza and Salima Hashmia well known artist. Moneeza is wife of Shoaib Hashmi and mother of Adeel Hashmi (actor). Faiz Career: Faiz started a branch of Progressive Writers' Movement in Punjab in 1936. Also he was a Member and Secretary of this branch. Faiz was also an Editor of Mahanama (Monthly) Adab-e-Lateef (1938-1942 AD). Faiz became a lecturer in English at M. A. O. College, Amritsar in 1935 and then at Hailey College of Commerce, Lahore. He briefly joined the British Indian Army and was promoted to the rank of Lieut. Colonel in 1944. He resigned from the Army in 1947 and returned to Lahore to become the first editor in chief of the Pakistan Times, a paper started by Mian Iftikharuddin. In 1959 he was appointed as Secretary, Pakistan Arts Council and worked in that capacity till 1962. Returning from London in 1964 he settled down in Karachi and was appointed as Principal at Abdullah Haroon College. He was editor of the monthly magazine Adabe-Latif from 1947 to 1958. Faiz distinguished himself as a journalist and was editor of the Pakistan Times, the Urdu newspaper Imroze and the weekly Lail-o-Nihar. In the 1965 war between India & Pakistan he worked in an honorary capacity in the Department of Information. In exile he acted as Editor of the magazine Lotus in Moscow, London and Beirut. Faiz wrote poems that opposed the bloodshed occurring in what became Bangladesh during the conflict with Pakistan. Sufism: Faiz was an avowed supporter of Sufism. He has close relations with several Sufi saints of his time. He was all time favourite of Baba Malang Sahib, a Sufi of Lahore. Once when he was asked how can he compares Sufis with socialist comrades, he replied, "These Sufi men are the real comrades". He is also credited for coining the term Ana al-Haqq in political sense. Imprisonment: Faiz was charged with complicity in a failed coup attempt known as the Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case and was sentenced to four years' imprisonment in 1951. The jail term gave him a first-hand experience of the harsh realities of life, and provided him with the much-needed solitude to think and write poetry. Two of his greatest works Dast-e-Saba and Zindan-Nama were products of this period of imprisonment. Publications: Naqsh-e-Faryadi, 1941 Dast-e-Saba, 1953 Zindan Nama, 1956 Mizan, a collection of literary articles, 1956 Dast Tah-e-Sang, 1965 Sar-e-Wadi-e-Seena, 1971 Sham-e-Shehr-e-Yaran, 1979 Merey Dil Merey Musafar, 1981 Nuskha-Hai-Wafa, 1984 (A collective work) Pakistani Culture, (Urdu and English) Awards: Faiz was the first Asian poet to be awarded the Lenin Peace Prize, the Soviet Union's equivalent to the Nobel Prize in 1963. Other notable recipients include Pablo Neruda, Nelson Mandela, W. E. B. Du Bois, Bertolt Brecht, Fidel Castro and Nobel Prize winning Chemist Linus Pauling. The real award for a poet is the love and appreciation of his fans and Faiz enjoyed both for most of his life. He recorded for the Library of Congress in 1977 which has fifty two works by him. Before his death in 1984 he was also nominated for the Nobel Prize

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