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Parveen Shakir Syed
Conceived: 24 November 1952
Conceived CITY: Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Kicked the bucket: 26 December 1994 (matured 42)
Kicked the bucket CITY: Islamabad, Pakistan
Occupation: Urdu writer
Nationality of: Pakistani
Outstanding honors: Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pak 1990
Adamjee Literary: Award in 1976
Life partner: Syed Naseer Ali
Youngsters: Syed Murad Ali one kid
Parveen Shakir Profile
Parveen Shakir was conceived on 24th November 1952 in Karachi,
Pakistan. She was exceptionally instructed with two graduate degrees, one in English writing and one in semantics.
She likewise held a Ph.D. furthermore, another graduate degree in Bank Administration.
She was an educator for a long time before she joined the Civil Service and worked in the Customs division. In 1986 she was selected the subsequent secretary,
CBR in Islamabad.
Various books of her verse have been distributed. In sequential requests, they are Khushboo (1976), Sad-barg (1980), Khud-kalaami (1990), Inkaar (1990) and Maah-e-Tamaam (1994). Her first book, Khushboo, won the Adamjee Award. Later she was granted the Pride of Performance grant, which is the most noteworthy honor given by the Pakistan government.
On 26th December 1994, on her approach to work, her vehicle slammed into a truck and the universe of present-day Urdu verse lost probably the most brilliant star.
Parveen Shakir at first composed under the name de plume of ‘Beena’. She considered Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi her ‘ustad’ and used to called him ‘Ammujaan’. She was hitched to Dr. Nasir Ahmed however got separated from him at some point before her awkward destruction in 1994. They had one child – Murad Ali.