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Death anniversary of Pakistan's "Poet of Ahl Al-Bayt" observed

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Iconic Urdu poet Mohsin Naqvi was remembered on his 26th death anniversary today [Saturday] to pay homages for his lifetime literary services for the entertainment industry.


He was born on 5th May 1947 in Dera Ghazi Khan. Mohsin Naqvi contributed a lot to the Urdu language especially in the genre of Ghazal.


Naqvi was also known as the Poet of Ahl Al-Bayt. Mohsin Naqvi's poetry about the battle of Karbala is recited across the country and received much-deserved accolades. He contributed to Urdu literature through his remarkable works including Azaab-e-Deed, Khaima-e-Jaan, and Berg-e-Sehra.


He was given several awards for his services in Urdu literature and films.


He died in Lahore in 1996.


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