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 Information Of Qabil Ajmeri

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Join date : 2011-10-23
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Location : Pakistan

PostSubject: Information Of Qabil Ajmeri   19/11/2011, 07:23

Born on August 27, 1931, in Churli, a town located 24 miles from Ajmer, Qabil was
orphaned when he was seven. His mother died shortly after the death of Qabil’s
father, a tuberculosis patient, and his younger sister died within a few years. In
January 1948, Qabil migrated to Pakistan with his brother, without any provisions,
after joining a caravan headed across the border, where they settled in H...
Sindh. After a while, Qabil’s brother contracted TB and died. The series of deaths
in the family left Qabil worn and drawn and his poetry grew more sorrowful then
ever before.
Soon after migrating to Pakistan, he became popular at mushairas and was recognised
as a ‘senior’ poet of Urdu at the age of about 21, along with other veterans of
Hyderabad such as Akhter Ansari Akberabadi, Mohsin Bhopali and Himayat Ali Shaer.
This provoked the wrath and jealousy of some of his peers, who never really enjoyed
the popularity at mushairas that they longed for and that Qabil found instantly.
Qabil had contacted TB early and was unable to pursue any career. Early in his
life, for a while, he used to write applications outside government offices for a
small fee, and did some journalistic work as well. After migrating to Pakistan, he
began writing a ‘qataa’, or quatrain, every day in the daily Javed, Hyderabad.
Later on, his quatrains were published in the fortnightly Aftab, Hyderabad.
For the treatment of TB, Qabil was admitted to several hospitals and in 1960 he was
sent to a Quetta sanatorium where he met Nargis Susan(nargis qabil ajmeri), a nurse
who was impressed with his poetry and who later embraced Islam, after which they
got married. A son was born(Zafar Qabil) but Qabil could never really recover as a
treatment for TB was yet to be found in those days. Qabil died in Hyderabad on
October 3, 1962
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