Life History Of Naseem Hijazi Written By Pro. Abdulrahman Shaheen
The great man was born on 19 May 1914 in eastern Punjab. He was a great Urdu novel writer and his real name was Muhammad Sharif. His father Mr. Ibrahim was from an average class family. He was inspector in fisheries. He loved to write historical novels. His stories were also used in different dramas and films. He passed his matriculation examination in 1932. He worked as editor in daily newspaper “Tanzeem” and “Tameer”. He issued another paper with the help of his colleague Ch. Anayat with the name of “Kohistan” and it was one of the most popular at the time. As a journalist he wrote many novels which were at their peak of fame. In his writings he discussed the peak and diminishing periods of Islamic history. He also discussed the renowned personalities like Muhammad Bin Qasim. He launched lolly wood film in which shift of Muslims from India to Pakistan has been elaborated. He was died in 1996 in Rawalpindi and buried in Islamabad. He was a man of character and an intelligent person. All the details about his life are given below in Urdu and you can read it.