Anand Mohan Zutshi Gulzar Dehlvi is confirmed dead at the age of 93.
Anand was best known as a Indian Urdu poet.
Anand Mohan Zutshi Gulzar Dehlavi
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Born (1926-07-07) 7 July 1926 (age 93)[1]
Old Delhi's Gali Kashmeerian
OccupationPoet, ghazal writer.
NationalityIndian
GenreGhazal
SubjectLove, philosophy, Mysticism
Anand Mohan Zutshi Gulzar Dehlavi (Urdu: آنند موھن زتشی گلزار دہلوی; Hindi: आनंद मोहन जुत्शी गुलजार आनंद मोहन जुत्शी गुलजार देहलवी) born on 7 July 1926 is a prominent veteran Urdu poet, a celebrated scholar, and journalist. He was honored by the vice president of India on his 91st birthday for his invaluable contribution towards Urdu Poetry. He devoted his entire life to the service of Urdu, for which he was felicitated by various prominent personalities. He served as the pioneering editor of the first Urdu science magazine named "Science Ki Dunya," which was launched in 1975 after the partition of India.
Contents
1 Personal life
2 Attended Mushaira
3 See also
4 References
5 External links
Personal life
Gulzar Dehlvi did his schooling from the Ramjas school and BVJ Sanskrit School. He did his Masters in Arts from Hindu College. His father, Pandit Tribhuvan Nath ‘Zar’ Dehlavi, received the public title of ‘molvi sahib’ for his dedication as a teacher of Urdu and Persian languages at the Delhi University for around 40 years.
Attended Mushaira
2018 – Jigar Fest 18 Mushaira – Moradabad
See also
Poetry portal
List of Urdu language poets
Urdu poetry
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