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Born: Lucknow, India
Died: September 13, 2020, The Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH), Karachi, Pakistan
Education: University of Karachi (PhD)
Syed Zameer Akhtar Naqvi also known as Zameer Hassan Naqvi, was a Pakistani writer, poet and religious scholar born in Lucknow, British India, and permanently moved to Karachi, Pakistan, in 1967.
He was a scholar, writer, and researcher and had written multiple books on religion and poetry. He was the editor of Al Kalam magazine besides heading the Anees Academy.
He studied at Lucknow until graduation. He did his matriculation at Hussain School Lucknow and intermediate at Government Jubilee College Lucknow.
He received his post graduate degree from the Shia College Lucknow.
He died at age 80 years on 13 September 2020 in Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi due to cardiac arrest after a prolonged illness.
Funeral prayer was held at Imam Bargah Shuhda-e-Karbala, Ancholi, and he was buried in Wadi-e-Hussain graveyard in Karachi.
He authored more than 300 books on various subjects, including Urdu poetry, Islamic history, literature, culture, religion, philosophy, sociology, science, oratory, languages, journalism, events of Karbala, and current affairs.
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Education: PhD from University of Karachi
Worked As: Pakistani scholar & religious leader
Known For: Poetry & Literature
Birth: 24 March 1944 in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India
Age: 76 years
Cause of Death: Heart attack
Has Written: More than 300 books
Literary Rank: President of Mir Anees Academy and Editor-in-chief of Quarterly Magazine Al-Qalam
Allama was born in Lucknow, India in 1944. His birth name was Zameer Hasan, which later changed when entered the literary circle. He migrated to Karachi, Pakistan with family in 1967.
Did his matriculation from Hussainabad School, Inter from Government Jubilee College, and a graduate degree from Shia College Lucknow. His major education was from India. After moving to Karachi, he did his PhD from Karachi University.
Allama has authored more than 300 books in various fields including culture, literature, logic, journalism, oratory, language, sociology, philosophy, science, religion, computer technology, and history among others.
He has also lectured in the same areas as well. Not just this, but he conducted lectures on various subject matters including evaluation, future telling, current affairs, flexibility, and contemporary issues.
He also worked as a President of Mir Anees Academy and an Editor-in-Chief to Al-Qalam Magazine. He also appeared as a public speaker on multiple forums. Allama himself did Urdu poetry too.
His extensive work in the literary sphere has also received recognition locally and globally. In 1980, he received Mir Anees Award on the compilation of the book, ‘Josh Malih-Abadi’s Marthiyah’.
In 1999, he received the Commonwealth Award from the UK by Anjuman-e-Farogh-e-Aza.
Allama Zameer became famous throughout the country and beyond when a snippet from one of his lectures was posted on social media. The lecture was associated with how Nepali boys were reborn every day due to the miracle of religion.
Years after Allama gaining popularity due to the reason and staying in limelight because of it as well, when Corona started, he stated that he knew how it can be treated but he won’t reveal it to the public because they make fun of him.
From this is where his, “Main nahe bataunga!” phrase became extremely popular that some E-commerce companies introduced merchandise as well.