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                                                                                                      1. Aaj Ka Shair, alternative title: Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi, subject: Poetry, Modern Indo-European languages, Miscellany, free keyword: Urdu Literature, Urdu Poetry, Short Story, Ahmad nadeem Qasmi, abstract: This page is dedicated to eminent poet, short story writer and columnist Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi. He was born in 1916 and died in July 2006. On this page one can read different articles by Amjad Islam Amjad, Ataul haq Qasmi, Zahida Hina and many others about Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi`s life and his literary services., language: Urdu
                                                                                                      2. Ab-e hayat, alternative title: Shaping the canon of Urdu poetry, creator: Azad, Muhammad Husain, subject: Literary history, free keyword: Muhammad Husain Azad; Literature; Urdu; History of literature; Canon, abstract: The Urdu poet Muhammad Husain was born in 1830 in Delhi as son of Persian emigrants. Later he chose for himself the pen name Azad. He died in 1910 in Lahore. His most famous work is the history of Urdu literature "Aab-e Hayaat" (Water of Life), a seminal work consisting of a discussion of Urdu poetics as well as biographies of various major Urdu poets. This English version is translated and edited by Frances W. Pritchett in association with Shamsur Rahman Faruqi. The digitised version of this book is provided by the 'Digital South Asia Library' (DSAL), University of Chicago., language: English
                                                                                                      3. Ab-i hayat, alternative title: yani mashahir shura-yi Urdu ke savanih umri aur zaban-i mazkur ki ahd ba ahd ki taraqqiyon aur islahon ka bayan, creator: Azad, Muhammad Husain, subject: Literary history, free keyword: Muhammad Husain Azad; Literature; Urdu; History of literature; Canon, abstract: The Urdu poet Muhammad Husain was born in 1830 in Delhi as son of Persian emigrants. Later he chose for himself the pen name Azad. He died in 1910 in Lahore. His most famous work is the history of Urdu literature "Aab-e Hayaat" (Water of Life), a seminal work consisting of a discussion of Urdu poetics as well as biographies of various major Urdu poets. The digitised version of this book is provided by the 'Digital South Asia Library' (DSAL), University of Chicago., language: Urdu
                                                                                                      4. Academy of the Punjab in North America, alternative title: A non-political and non-religious organization for all Punjabis for the promotion of Punjabi language, literature and culture, subject: Education and Research, Print media and newspapers, Old and middle Indo-Aryan languages, Modern Indo-European languages, Miscellany, free keyword: Languagemovent, NGO, abstract: The homepage represents a part of the punjabi language movement. There are many articles about Punjabi literature, theater, and culture as language conflicts. The focus is on the punjabi literature - it´s authors and works. The Gurmukhi, English, Punjabi and Shamukhi texts partly written and setted to music. A part from full text books exists Punjabi music and a online language guide of Gurmukhi and Punjabi., language: English, Panjabi
                                                                                                      5. Adabi Ufaq, subject: Modern Indo-European languages, Descriptive and analytical linguistics, free keyword: Urdu Language, Urdu Poetry, Urdu Short Story, abstract: This page has been divided in different sections. One section consists of articles about Urdu language, its pronunciation and spellings. It explains how Urdu words are correctly pronounced. A list of words has been given for dictation. It contains especially those words in which mistakes are commenly made. In other section poetry of modern poets and short stories of modern writers are provided. Under the title "The world of foreign literature" Urdu translation of foreign literature is also available. In case of problems in reading, one can install Urdu font free of charge from this page., language: Urdu
                                                                                                      6. A guide to writings by or about Women in Pre-Independent India, creator: Johnson, Donald Clay, subject: Literature, free keyword: Women Literature; Colonialism; Colonial Era, abstract: This online guide to women literature by and about South Asian women in the pre-independent era is compiled by Donald Clay Johnson, Curator at the Ames Library of South Asia, with Web assistance by George Swan. Charles Lesley Ames concentrated his book collecting on the British-Indian interaction. The earliest imprint that included is from 1743. Users thus can select a specific time frame and see what works by or about women are available. Also included in the guide are additional works within the University of Minnesota library system which pertain to women in India., language: English
                                                                                                      7. Ahmad Faraz, creator: Rashid Bin Muhammad, subject: Poetry, Modern Indo-European languages, free keyword: Urdu Language, Urdu Poetry, Urdu Ghazal, Ahmad Faraz, abstract: On this page four Ghazals of Ahmad Faraz have been presented in Urdu. He is one of the leading contemporary Urdu poets. He was born in Noshera (Pakistan) in 1931. In the Time of Zia-ul-Haq he went on exile for three years in England and Canada. During that time, he wrote some of his best poetry., language: Urdu
                                                                                                      8. Ahmad Faraz, alternative title: Ashaar-o-Qataat, creator: Naqvi, Nita Awatramani, subject: Poetry, Modern Indo-European languages, free keyword: Urdu Language, Urdu Poetry, Urdu Poet, Ahmad Faraz, abstract: On this page, 64 Ghazals and poems of Ahmad Faraz have been presented in Roman-Urdu Script. Ahmad Faraz is one of the leading contemporary Urdu poets. He was born in Noshera (Pakistan) in 1931. In the Time of Zia-ul-Haq he went on exile for three years in England and Canada. During that time, he wrote some of his best poetry., language: English
                                                                                                      9. Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha'at-e-Islam Lahore: The Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement for the Propagation of Islam, subject: Religion and Philosophy, Islam, Miscellany, free keyword: Ahmadiyya; Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement; Islamic Reform Movement, abstract: The Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement for the Propagation of Islam (Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha'at-e-Islam Lahore; AAIIL) dates back to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad who founded the Ahmadiyya movement in 1989 in Quadian which is now located in the Indian Union State of Punjab. After his death the community split into two separate groups, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, which was supporting the Khilafat model, and the Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement. Both Ahmadiyya communities are not accepted by orthodox Islamic groups and are target of persecution, especially in Pakistan. The AAIIL possesses a strong international network, also in Germany, where it inaugurated the first mosque in Berlin already in 1922. The website provides detailed information on the history and believes of the AAIIL in form of articles, books, audio and video-files and contains also a German part which informs about the activities of the AAIIL in Germany., language: German, English, Urdu
                                                                                                      10. Ahmed Shah Bokhari Pitrus, creator: Rashid Min Muhammad, subject: Literature, Modern Indo-European languages, free keyword: Urdu Language, Urdu Literature, Urdu Short Story, Ahmad Shah Bukhari Pitrus, abstract: On this page, three short stories "Kutte" (Dogs), "Marhoom ki yaad main" (In the memory of deceased) and "Cinema ka Ishaq" (Love for Cinema) of 'Pitras Bokhari' are provided. Pitras Bokhari is a pen name of Sayyed Ahmad Shah, who was a graet humurous writer of Urdu language. "Pitras ke Mazameen" is a collection of his humurous writings which are still read avidly., language: Urdu
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