Pakistani, Urdu-language poet who’s most widely known for his philosophical poetry and ghazals. His gathered works were released in 1989 beneath the name of Kuliyat-e-Majeed Amjad. He analyzed Persian and Arabic at a Punjab mosque and later on entered Islamia University in Lahore. He released his debut poetry collection, Shab-e-Rafta, in 1958. He dropped his placement as editor from the Arooj newspapers following the paper released one of is own anti-British Empire poems. He wedded his cousin, a instructor, in 1939. The few later on divorced. He and fellow Pakistani poet Ehsan Sehgal are both known for his or her Urdu-language verse.