LAHORE (JTN) Urdu poet Sagar Siddiqui
The 48th anniversary of the great poet of Urdu literature Sagar
Siddiqui will be celebrated today on July 19. Various events will be
organized in other literary circles of the country in which the
speakers will pay tribute to the literary services of Sagar Siddiqui.
=The great poet of Urdu literature born in 1928 in Anbala, India
Sagar Siddiqui was born in 1928 in Anbala, India to a well-to-do
middle-class family. There are few historic records of Saghar’s
personal life. He rarely spoke to any one in this regard and most of
what is known of him tends to be from witness accounts.
=His real name was Muhammad Akhtar
Siddiqui was the only child of his parents and spent the early years
of his life in Ambala and Saharanpur. His real name was Muhammad
Akhtar while Sagar was his surname. Sagar Siddiqui moved from
Amritsar to Lahore.
=He known also the creator of the unofficial national anthem of Pakistan
Sagar Siddiqui made virtual love, true love, struggle, dedication and
wandering the subject of his poetry. He known also the creator of
the unofficial national anthem of Pakistan.
=Sagar Siddiqui spent most of his life on the streets
Darvish-style poet Sagar Siddiqui spent most of his life on the
streets in the midst of lack of service. Sagar Siddiqui left this mortal
world on July 19, 1974. Homeless Siddiqui was found dead on a
street corner of Lahore at age 46. His dog also died a year later,
reportedly at the same spot.
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