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Wasif Ali Wasif 15 January — 18 January was a teacher, writer, poet and sufi intellectual from Pakistan. He was the son of Muhammad Arif. Wasif Ali Wasif received his early education from Khushab before going to Jhang where he passed matriculation, intermediate and bachelors in the first division.
He was proficient at playing hockey and received many awards during his school and college time. After completing his bachelor's degree from Islamia College, Lahore , he opted for English literature for his master's degree. Wasif started writing for the college magazine named "Ravi". He wrote on many topics. He also passed the civil service exam but did not pursue it. Wasif had an interest in Sufism from his very childhood.
He strived to meet Sufis and visited different shrines. He is famous for his literary works. He is said to have been cited in quotations more than any other contemporary Urdu writer. Master of aphorism , he has downright a miraculous ability to capture a rainbow of meaning in a few dewdrops of well-chosen words. Many of his aphorisms have become proverbs in recent years.
He used to write short essays on topics like love, life, fortune, fear, hope, expectation, promise, prayer, happiness, sorrow and so on with the clear objective of highlighting the true spirit of Islam. He was a regular columnist of Pakistani Urdu daily newspaper Nawa-i-Waqt. His shrine is in Lahore in the famous Mianiasaab graveyard where his Urs is celebrated on 22—24 Rajab annually.
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Further notes [ edit ] Staff report 21 September Daily Times Pakistan. Retrieved Staff report 9 August Correspondent 10 July The News International Pakistan.
Ajaz ul Haq Islamabad, Pakistan: National Book Foundation. Sufi orders. List of sufis. Notable early Notable modern Singers. Topics in Sufism.
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