THE SAVED SECT

ISLAMIC ARTICLE-THE SAVED SECT

By Shaikh Muhammad Ibn Jameel Zainoo (1)

1. Allaah says: "And hold fast, all of you together, to the Rope of Allaah (i.e., this Qur'an), and be not divided among yourselves." Surah Aali-`Imraan [3:103]

2. And He says: "And do not be among the polytheists. Of those who split up their religion and became sects, each sect rejoicing in that which is with it." Surat-ur-Room [30:31-32]

3. The Messenger of Allaah said: "I counsel you to have Taqwaa of Allaah and to hear and obey, even if an Abyssinian slave were to command you. For, verily, whoever amongst you lives (to grown old), he will see many differences. So stick to my Sunnah and the Sunnah of the rightly guided khaleefahs. Cling tightly onto it and hold onto it with your molar teeth. And beware of newly invented matters. For, indeed, every newly invented matter is an innovation, and every innovation is a thing that leads astray, and everything that leads astray is in the Hellfire." 2

4. And he also said: "Indeed those from before you from the People of the Book divided into seventy-two groups. And, indeed, this group (Muslims) will divide into seventy-three. Seventy-two groups will be in the Hellfire and one of them will be in Paradise. And it is the Jamaa'ah (group)." 3

And in another narration, he said: "Everyone of them in the Hellfire, except for one group that which I and my companions are upon." 4

5. Ibn Mas'ood said: "The Messenger of Allaah drew a line for us and then said: 'This is the Straight Path of Allaah.' And he drew lines on the left and right of it, and then said: 'These are paths of which there is not one except that there is a devil upon it calling towards it.' Then he recited the statements of Allaah 5: 'And verily, this is My Straight Path, so follow it, and do not follow (other) paths for they will separate you away from His path." 6

6. Shaikh ' Abd-ul-Qaadir Al-Jeelaanee Rahimahullaah said: "As for the saved sect, then they are the Ahl-us-Sunnah wal-Jamaa'ah. And there is no name for Ahl-us-Sunnah except for one and that is Ashaab-ul-hadeeth (those who stick to the hadeeth)." 7

7, Allaah, has commanded us to hold tightly onto the Glorious Qur'an, and to not be like the polytheists who divide their religion into sects and parties. And the honorable Messenger has informed us that the Jews and the Christians have divided into many sects, and that the Muslims will divide into more sects than them. And that these groups will subjected to the entrance into the Hellfire due to their deviation and their distancing away from the Book of their Lord and Sunnah of their Prophet. He also informed us that one saved sect from among them will enter Paradise, and it is the Jamaa'ah (group), those who cling tightly onto the book of Allaah and the authentic Sunnah, and the actions of the companions of the Messenger of Allaah.

O Allaah! Make us from among the members of the Saved Sect and give victory to the Muslims so that they may be from among them.

The Best Quality is to Have Trust in Allaah

Shaykh ul-Islaam ibn Taymiyyah rahimahullaah



As for the next part of the question, about the most valuable quality to aim for, then the answer to this is that the best prize is to have trust in Allaah, reliance upon Him of His sufficiency, and keeping a good opinion of Him, the latter being that if anyone is anxious regarding their sustenance then he should turn to the shelter of Allaah, as the Exalted said, from what is narrated by His Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam,

"O My servants, all of you are hungry except for those I have fed, so seek food of Me and I shall feed you. O My servants, all of you are naked except for those I have clothed, so seek clothing of Me and I shall clothe you." [Upon Aboo Dharr, related by Muslim, at-Tirmidhee, and Ahmad]

In this regard there is also a hadeeth which at-Tirmidhee narrates from Anas (radiyallaahu `anhu), who said that the Messenger of Allaah (salalllaahu `alayhi wa sallam) said,

"Each of you should ask for his needs from Allaah, even if the strap of your sandal breaks, because if Allaah does not facilitate it, it will never be possible."

Allaah the Most High says in His Book:

"...But ask Allaah for His bounty..." [4:32]

"And when the prayer is finished, then you may disperse through the land, and seek the Bounty of Allaah..." [62:10]

Although this aayah is in the context of the congreagational Friday prayer, its meaning applies to all the prayers. That is why- and Allaah knows best - the Prophet sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam instructed the person entering the mosque to say,

"AllaahummaftaH lee abwaaba raHmatik" (O Allaah! open the doors of Your mercy for me)

and when leaving the mosque to say,

"Allaahumma innee as'aluka min faDlik" (O Allaah! I ask of You some of Your Bounty)

[Muslim, Aboo Daawood, an-Nasaa'ee, ad-Daarimee, ibn Maajah, Ahmad, Aboo 'Awaanah, Abdur-Razzaaq and al-Baihaqee]

Also the Friend of Allaah (i.e. Ibraaheem, `alayhis salaam) had said,

"...then seek sustenance from Allaah, serve Him, and be grateful to Him." [29:17]

Allaah the Exalted says:

"I have only created jinn and men that they may worship Me. No sustenance do I require of them, nor do I require that they should feed Me. For Allaah is He who gives (all) sustenance, Lord of Power, Steadfast (forever)." [51:56-58]

HADITHS

The Prophet (Sal-allahu-aleihi-wasallam) said, Surat al-Ikhlas (Sura 112) was equal to a third of the Qur'an, and that Surat al-Mulk (Sura 67) pleaded for its owner.


The Prophet said, "If one recites the last two Verses of Surat-al-Baqarah at night, it is sufficient for him (for that night)."


The Prophet (Sal-allahu-aleihi-wasallam) said, "If anyone recites surat al-Kahf on Friday, a light will shine brightly for him till the next Friday."


 Allah's Messenger (Sal-allahu-aleihi-wasallam) said, "If anyone recites al-Imran on a Friday, the angels will invoke blessings on him till night comes."

QURANIC VERSES

Allah your Lord. His is the kingdom,

La ilaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He).
How then are you turned away?--Sura Zumar 6



But as for him who feared standing before his Lord,
and restrained himself from impure evil desires, and lusts.
Verily, Paradise will be his abode.--Sura Naazi'aat 40 - 41



All who obey Allah and the Apostle
are in the company of those on whom is the Grace of Allah of the Prophets (who teach) the sincere (lovers of truth) the witnesses (who testify) and the righteous (who do good):
what a beautiful fellowship!. --Sura Nisaa 69




Allah has endeared the Faith to you and has beautified it in your hearts,
and has made disbelief, wickedness and disobedience (to Allah and His Messenger SAW) hateful to you.
These! They are the rightly guided ones,--Sura Hujraat 7



Those who believe (in the Oneness of Allah - Islamic Monotheism), and work righteousness, Tuba (it means all kinds of happiness or name of a tree in Paradise) is for them and a beautiful place of (final) return. --Sura R'ad  27-29



Say: "Whose is the earth and whosoever is therein? If you know!"
They will say: "It is Allah's!"
Say: "Will you not then remember?"
Say: "Who is (the) Lord of the seven heavens, and (the) Lord of the Great Throne?"
They will say : "Allah."
Say: "Will you not then fear Allah (believe in His Oneness, obey Him, believe in the Resurrection and Recompense for each and every good or bad deed)." --Sura Mu'minuun 84-87

Ghazals

WAQTE JUDAI USNE POOCHA MUJH SE
KIYA MUJH SE AB PYAAAR NH KARTI

ASMAN SE JESE EK SITARA TOOOTA
SATH HUMARA BHI KUCH ESE CHOOOTA

HATH SE HATH NA MIL SAKE
LUB MERE KHAMOSH RAHE

BUS ANKHEN MERI BARASTI RAHIN
OR USKO JATA MA TAKTI RAHI

AB US KE JANE K BAAAD TANHAIII MUJH KO DASTI HAI
OR HAR PAL MUJH SE POOCHTI HAI

AB USKO KAISI BATAO GI TUM
K USSE KITNA PYAAR KARTI HO
K USSE KITNA PYAAAR KARTI HO





Haal-e-Dil Woh Kabhi Kisi Ko Na Kehti Ho Gi
Par Bina Mairey Bohat Mushkil Say Rehti Ho Gi

Kabhi Din Ke Kisi Udaas Pal Mein Woh
Mairi Shararton Ko Soch Ke Hansti Ho Gi

Be-sabab Udaasi Ka Sabab Jab Koi Na Poochta Ho Ga
Mairey Israar Ko Kar Ke Yaad Woh Bhi Roti Ho Gi

Mairi Nazar Uss Ke Chehrey Pey Jeeti Ho Gi
Mairi Zaat Uss Ki Aankhon Mein Terti Ho Gi

Main Kar Raha Hoon Sirf Uss Ke Iqrqar Ka Intezaar
Jaaney Woh Mairi Ye Baat Bhi Samjhi Ho Gi

Issi Aas Pay Jee Raha Hoon Main Abb Tak
Shayad Woh Khuwaab Mairey Bhi Yoon Hi Daikhti Ho Gi

Educational insitutions of Pakistan

Universities and Chartered Institutes
 
Hajvery University, Lahore
 University of the Punjab
 Beaconhouse National University
 King Edward Medical College (KEMC)
 Government College University (GCU)
 Forman Christian College
 COMSATS Institute of Information Technology - Lahore Campus
 Lahore School of Economics (LSE)
 Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS)
 Minhaj University
 University of Central Punjab
 University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore
 University of Lahore
 Imperial College Of Business Studies (ICBS)
 University of Management and Technology
 University of South Asia
 National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences - Lahore Campus
 Lahore College for Women University
 Virtual University of Pakistan
 Allama Iqbal Open University - Lahore Campus
 National College of Business Administration & Economics (NCBA&E)
 Institute of Management Sciences
 University of Education
 University of Health Sciences
 University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences
 Kinnaird College for Women
 College Of Medical Technology
 Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan - ICAP
 Institute of Continuing Dental Education
 Institute of Leadership and Management
 KAPLAN International
 KEYNESIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & SCIENCES
 KSA-Institute of Management & Information Technology
 Punjab Institute of Cardiology
 Institute of Cost & Management Accountants of Pakistan (ICMAP) - Lahore Campus
 Institute of Chartered Accountancy, Pakistan - Lahore Campus
 Pakistan Readymade Garments Technical Training Institute Lahore
 Allama Iqbal Medical College
 Mansora University

 Professional Institutes and Colleges
 
Services Institute of Medical Sciences Lahore
 Skans School of Accountancy
 Lahore Medical and Dental College
 Institute of Cost & Management Accountants of Pakistan (ICMAP) - Lahore Campus
 Institute of Chartered Accountancy, Pakistan - Lahore Campus
 Pakistan Readymade Garments Technical Training Institute Lahore
 Allama Iqbal Medical College
 National College of Arts
 Oriental College Of Arts (OCA)
 University College of Information Technology (PUCIT)
 Fatima Jinnah Medical College
 Canadian School of Management - IGS - Lahore Campus
 Teachers Training College
 College of Science Education
 Shalimar Medical College
 Ahmad Hassan Polytechnic Institute
 Institute of Heritage Education- www.inheritedpak.com

 Colleges and Institutes
 
NKFACT Institute of Computer Science and Nasreen Kayani Foundation
 The Superior College
 Central College
 Government College of Science
 Islamia College Lahore
 Islamia College for Girls
 Diyal Singh College
 APWA College for Women
 Queen Mary College (Lahore)
 Institute of Islamic Sciences
 The Superior College
 M.A.O College
 Punjab Group of Colleges
 Kinnard College for Women
 Gulberg College for Women
 Lahore College for Women
 City College Lahore
 Government Degree College Johar Town
 Government Degree College Township
 Government Degree College Batapur
 Government Degree College Harbanspura
 Government Degree College Badamibagh
 Government Degree College Shadbagh
 The Institute of Management Sciences
 The Learners School & College
 The Professionals Academy of Commerce
 Usmania College
 Mughal Pura Degree College
 Unique Scholars College
 Gates College
 GLOBAL College of Commerce
 Hira college
 KIMS College
 KPSI Sons of Pakistan
 Lahore City College
 Lahore Medical & Dental College Lahore
 Leader Ship College
 Markaz Tanzeem-e-Islami
 Modern Group of Colleges
 Superior Group of College
 National Cadet College and School
 Pak Lawrence Institute
 Lawrence College
 Pakistan Public School and Inter College
 Prime College Of Management & Informatics
 Punjab Computer College
 Quaid-e-Azam Group Of Colleges
 Quaid-e-Azam College of Commerce for Girls
 Quaid-e-Azam College of Commerce for Boys
 Quaid-e-Azam College of Sciences for Boys
 Quaid-e-Azam College of Sciences for Girls
 Quaid-e-Azam Law College
 Punjab Law College
 Queens Degree College
 Shahwanis School And College
 CECOS London College
 Centre of Financial Excellence
 College of Physicians & Surgeons of Pakistan (CPSP)
 Forces Cadet School and College
 Lead College for Girls
 Leads College for Boys
 Unique College
 Unique School
 Modern College for Girls
 Modern College for Boys
 Standard College for Boys
 Standard College for Girls
 Comsit College of Commerce
 Leads University
 Superior College for Commerce
 Superior College for Sciences
 Government Degree College of Raiwind for Boys
 Government Degree College of Raiwind for Girls
 Government Degree College Iqbal Town
 Government Degree college Samanabad for Girls
 Government Degree College Samanabad for Boys
 Government Degree College Gulberg
 Government Degree College Mustafa Town
 Government Degree College Mozang
 Peak Solutions College
 Skills College of Information Technology Lahore

 Major Secondary Schools
 
Bait-Ul-Ilm School Website
 Brooklyn International School System
 Government High School Shahdara
 Government M.P.E High School Shahdara
 Central Model School
 Convent of Jesus and Mary, Lahore
 Queen Mary School
 Laurelbank Public School
 International School of Choueifat, Lahore (ISC)
 Crescent Model Higher Secondary School
 Lady McLagun High School
 Aitchison College
 Muslim Model High School
 American School of International Academics (ASIA)
 Noor Din Islamia High School,Ichra Lahore
 Divisional Public School Model Town (DPS)
 Government School Township
 Government Pilot High School
 Din-e-Islam High School Nishter Lahore
 Froebel's International School, Lake City Lahore

Pakistani Radio Channals

CITY FM 89
MAST FM 103
HUM FM 106.2
FM 101
FM 92
FM 99
FM 107
PUNJAB RUNG FM 95
FM 93
RADIO ONE FM 91
FM 100
CAMPUS RADIO FM 104.6

Pakistani Tv Channals

Here is a comprehensive list of most of the international and domestic channels currently running in Pakistan either privately or by the government. Since, the year 1999 the number of channels have increased significantly as demand for different type of channels had respectively increased.


National

* PTV One - Providing viewers with soap operas, telefilms and live national events
* PTV National - Providing viewers with news, education, and entertainment in regional languages
* PTV Sports - Launching in 2007

Centers

* PTV Islamabad - PTV Headquarters
* PTV Karachi
* PTV Lahore
* PTV Multan
* PTV Peshawar
* PTV Quetta

Regional

* AJK TV - Kashmiri language channel (Azad Jammu & Kashmir)
* PTV Bolan - Balochi language channel (Balochistan)
* PTV Panjnad - Punjabi language Channel (Punjab) - Launching in 2007
* PTV Mehran - Sindhi language Channel (Sindh) - Launching in 2007
* PTV Abaseen - Pushto language channel (Northwest Frontier Province) - Launching in 2007

International

* PTV World - Providing for the Pakistani community throughout Asia, the Middle East and Africa
* PTV Global - Providing for the Pakistani community in North America
* Prime TV - Providing for the Pakistani Community in Europe

Virtual University Also known as VU, is Pakistan’s first University based completely on modern information and communication technologies. It was established by the Government as a public sector institution with a clear mission; 'to provide extremely affordable world class education to aspiring students all over the country'. VU uses free-to-air satellite television broadcasts and the internet to broadcast across the country.

* Virtual Television 1
* Virtual Television 2
* Virtual Television 3
* Virtual Television 4



Private Owned


Terrestrial

* ATV - Ik Dunia Nai [1]

Children

* Cartoon Network Pakistan - Strategic Alliances holds rights to the channel and in late 2006 Cartoon Network plans to air a Pakistani-made cartoon (English/Urdu)
* Nick Pakistan - Launched on 29th Oct 2006 (English/Urdu)
* Geo Kids - Expected To Launch In 2007 (Urdu)


Education & Health

* Ujala TV - Educational TV for Pakistani viewers (Urdu)
* Healthline TV - Health television for Pakistani viewers (English/Urdu)
* National Geographic - Coming soon; Apart of Geo Tv Network (English/Urdu)


Entertainment

Urdu

* AAJ TV - Pakistan's Premier Channel
* ARY Digital
* Dhoom TV
* DM Digital TV- Duriyan Mitay "UK based pakistani Channel"
* Express TV - Currently Off Air
* Geo TV- Har Pal Geo
* Hum TV " Pure Entertainment "
* Indus Vision
* Mashriq TV- Currently Off Air
* Premier TV
* Metro One-
* Roshni TV- Roshni Hai Tu Sab Hai
* Royal TelevisionRoyal your Life
* Rung TV " Saray Rung Hamaray "
* Strum TV
* The City Channel
* TV OneOne To Watch
* Uni Plus
* Venus TV
* Waqt TV - Currently Off Air
* Zam TV - Striving Today for Better Tomorrow

Balochi

* Baloch Voice Television

Bengali

* Desh TV - Coming Soon

Pashto

* AVT Khyber
* Sahar TV

Punjabi

* Apna TV
* Punjab TV
* Ravi TV

Saraiki

* Jhook TV
* Kook TV
* Siraiki Plus
* Waseb TV

Sindhi

* Kashish TV
* KTN
* Mehran TV
* Sindh TV


Food

* Masala TV


Fashion & Lifestyle

* Fashion TV Pakistan
* Indus Plus
* Style Duniya
* TV 2 Day


Islamic

* DM Islam TV- " UK Based Pakistani Channel"
* Haq TV
* Islam Channel " UK based channel "
* Ittihad TV- " Muslim life style "
* Labbaik TV
* Noor TV
* Peace TV- " Indian Based Islamic Channel"
* QTV


Movies

* Filmazia
* HBO Pakistan


Music

* Aag Tv
* Channel G
* Mtv pakistan formaly Indus Music a part of Indus Tv Network
* Music One - Coming Soon
* nVibe
* Play Tv
* Sarmast Tv
* The Musik


News & Business

* Al Jazeera Urdu - Coming Soon
* Ary One World
* Business Plus
* CNBC Pakistan
* AMZBiz Tv - 'Coming Soon'
* Geo News
* Indus News
* Stv News - " Not available "
* SunBiz Tv


Sports

* Geo Super
* Ten Sports


International

* ARY Digital Asia
* ARY Digital Europe
* ARY Digital Mideast
* ARY Digital USA
* ARY One World Europe
* ARY One World USA
* ARY Qtv Europe
* ARY Qtv USA
* ARY The Musik Europe
* ARY The Musik USA
* GEO TV USA
* GEO TV UK
* AAG TV UK
* INDUS Vision USA
* INDUS Music USA
* AVS Direct

Ahmad Faraz's Poetry


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Urdu Poetry

khusi meri cheen lee usne,
muskurane bhula diya..
gam de diya mujhe,
zindgi bhar rulane ke liye........

kaise jeete wo bichad ke log
ye humne jana hai..
kaise zinda hai wo log ye hamne jana hai..
hamne to apne katil ko dekha tak nhi........

koi kisi se juda ho khuda na kare,
kisi ka pyar bewafa wo khuda na kare,
zuda ho jaye is jism se jaan
yaar ko khuda kabhi zuda na kare...

Dete hai kyu yeh dard bas hami ko,
kya samjhenge woh in aankho ki nami ko,
Lakho deewane ho jis chand ke,
woh kya mehsus karenge ek tare ki kami ko.

Maine is taur se chaha tuje aksar jaana,
Jaise mehtaab* ko be anth samander chahe,
jaise suraj ki kiran seep ke dil me utre,
jaise khushbo ko hawa rang se hat kar chahe

Amjad Islam Amjad's Poetry






Today's SMS

Smile a while and while you smile,
smile another smile and soon there
will be miles and miles of smile
just because you smiled,
I wish your day is full of SMILE

Good Morning


kahty hain k ishq main neend ur jaati hai
FRAZ
 koe hum sy b ishq kry kambakht sehri main aankh he nahi khulti

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wasi shah's Poetry

Tum meri ankh k tewar na bhula pao ge

tum meri ankh k tewar na bhula paoge

ankahi bat ko samjhoge to yad aunga



ham ne khushyon ki tarah dukh bhi ikathe dekhe

safah-e-zist ko paltoge to yad aunga



isi andaz mein hote the mukhatib mujh se

khat kisi aur ko likhoge to yad aunga



sard raton k mahkate hue sannaton mein

jab kisi phul ko chumoge to yad aunga



ab tere ashk main honthon se chura leta hun

hath se khud inhen ponchoge to yad aunga



shal pahnayega ab kaun decembar mein tumhen

barishon mein kabhi bhigo ge to yad aunga



aj tum mahfil-e-yaran pe ho magrur bahut

jab kabhi tut k bikhroge to yad aunga



hadse ayenge jiwan mein to tum ho k nidhal

kisi diwar ko thamoge to yad aunga



is mein shamil hai meri bakht ki tariki bhi

tum siyah rang jo pahnoge to yad aonga
<............>




dayar-e-gair mein kaise tujhe sada dete

dayar-e-gair mein kaise tujhe sada dete
tu mil bhi jata to tujhe ganwa dete

tumhin ne ham ko sunaya na apna dukh warna
dua wo karte k ham asman hila dete

hamein ye zom raha ab k wo pukarenge
unhen ye zid thi k har bar ham sada dete

wo tera gam tha k tasir mere lahje ki
k jis ko hal sunate use rula dete

tumhen bhulna hi awwal to dastaras mein nahin
jo ikhtiyar bhi hota to kya bhula dete

tumhari yad ne koi jawab hi na diya
mere khayal k ansu rahe sada dete

samton ko main ta-umr kosta Syed
wo kuch na kahte magar honth to hila dete



<...........>




Sochta hon k usey neend bhi aati hogi

Sochta hon k usey neend bhi aati hogi
Ya faqat meri tarah ashk bahaati hogi

Woh meri shakal mera naam bhulane wali
Apni tasveer se kyaa aankh milaati hogi

Sham hote hi wo chaukhat pe chala kar shammaein
Apni palkon pe kaii khwaab sajaati hogi

Us ne silwaa bhi liye honge siyaah rang libaas
Ab Moharram ki tarah Eid manaati hogi

hoti hogi mere bosay ki talab main paagal
Jab bhi zulfon main koi phool sajaati hogi

Dil ki masoom ragein khud hi sulagti hongi
Juhin tasveer ka kona wo jalaati hogi

Roop de kar mujhe is main kisi shehzade ka
Apne bachon ko kahaani woh sunaati hogi

<...........>

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40. What is the use of friend function?

41. What are the differences between public, private, protected, static, transient, final and volatile?

42. What are the different types of errors in PHP?

43. What is the functionality of the function strstr and stristr?

44. What are the differences between PHP 3 and PHP 4 and PHP 5?

45. How can we convert asp pages to PHP pages?

46. What is the functionality of the function htmlentities?

47. How can we get second of the current time using date function?

48. How can we convert the time zones using PHP?

49. What is meant by urlencode and urldocode?

50. What is the difference between the functions unlink and unset?

51. How can we register the variables into a session?

52. How can we get the properties (size, type, width, height) of an image using PHP
image functions?

53. How can we get the browser properties using PHP?

54. What is the maximum size of a file that can be uploaded using PHP and how can we change this?

55. How can we increase the execution time of a PHP script?

56. How can we take a backup of a mysql table and how can we restore it. ?

Create your own website

Create your own website

Hey Guys

Today i am telling you how can you get ,your own free website. I thinks its 21st century and its time for all IT-related personals to have a home :) , right.

Most of IT people like some of my own friends back in pakistan have completed masters in IT or Bachelors but they didn't even created their Portfolio or profile page. May be they dont know how easy it is to create website on internet.

You will need one editor for you html page creation

Like dreamweaver etc.

Just write as much as you want , stylize it , with some really good fonts. and that's it.

upload it to some of very good free hosting websites Like Geocities, 100gBfree , just go to www.google.com and write " free web hosting" and you will get millions of links as you require.

Even Better way ,

go to www.blogger.com and create a new blog with your free gmail account. and then create new post and write as much as you want , and that's all you require to create a new website your own :)

I hope it would work for you , if you need any help , write in comments.

Pakistani Persanalities

Pakistan
Pakistan: List of Pakistanis
Pakistan is the sixth most populous nation in the world. Below is a list of such people who belong or relate in some way to this nation.

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Heads of State or Government
Muhammad ALi Jinah
Ghulam Mohammed
Liaqat Ali Khan
Sir Feroz Khan Noon
Chaudhury Mohammad Ali
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Gen. Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq
Muhammad Khan Junejo
Benazir Bhutto
Zafarullah Khan Jamali
Ghulam Ishaq Khan
Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi
Iskander Mirza
Moeen Qureshi
Balakh Sher Mazari
Khawaja Nazimuddin
Nawaz Sharif
Hussein Shaheed Suhrawardy
Shaukat Aziz
Muhammad Rafeeq Tarrar

Martial Law Administrators
Ayub Khan (1958–1969)
Yahya Khan (1969 – 1971)
Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq (1977 – 1988)
Pervez Musharraf (1999 - Incumbent)

Other Major (Historical) Political Figures
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
Fatima Jinnah
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
Maulana Mohammad Ali
Choudhary Rahmat Ali
Bahadur Yar Jung
G. M. Syed
Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
Khawaja Nazimuddin
Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar
Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy

Famous Politicians
Allama Mashriqi
Mian Tufail Mohammad
Muhammad Ijaz-ul-Haq
malik amjad ali noon

Other Political/Religious Figures
Qudrat Ullah Shahab
Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri
Muhammad Taqi Usmani
Muhammad Rafi Usmani
Dr Humayun Abbas Shams
Maulana Tariq Azam Shaheed
Maulana Mufti Shamzai Shaheed
Maulana Hazrat Yousuf Ludhiyanvi Shaheed
Syed Ali Nawaz Shah Rizvi
Allama Hassan Turabi Shaheed
Maulana Tariq Jamil
Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi
Allama Ehsan Ellahi Zaheer
Altaf Shakoor
Amir Abdullah Khan Rokhri
Muhammad Ilyas Qadri
Allama Talib Jauhri
Abdul Hakeem
Mujtahid Maulana Hashmat Ali Shah
Allama Rasheed Turabi
Altaf Hussain
Aslam Khattak
Khan Abdul Wali Khan
Fazlur Rehman
Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi
Asfandyar Wali Khan
Ajmal Khattak
Sherbaz Mazari
Sardar Attaullah Mengal
Shabbir Ahmad Rao
Rais Hakim Ali Zardari
Sheikh Amin
Khan Abdul Jabbar Khan
Mian Umar Hayat
Khurshid Ahmed Kasuri
Maulana Shah Ahmed Norani
Maulana Samiul Haq
Maulana Kausar Niazi
Mufti Mahmood
Nawab Khalid Khakwani
Nawabzada Musa Khakwani
Qazi Hussain Ahmed
Sardar Amir Azam
Sardar Mehtab Ahmed Khan Abbasi
Gohar Ayub Khan
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto
Benazir Bhutto
Asif Ali Zardari
Sayyid Abul Ala Maududi
Dr. Israr Ahmed
Sheikh Kashif Ibn Khalid
Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain
Dr. Safdar Sarki
Dr. Ghulam Murtaza
Ishaq Khan Khakwani
Khurshid Shah
Nasim Ur Rehman
Qaim Ali Shah
Chiragh Ali Hakeem
Allama Naseem Abbas Rizvi
Allama Agha Zameer-ul-Hassan Najafi
Syed Ahmad Anwar Shah
Murtaza Bhutto
Mir Shahnawaz Bhutto
Syed Baryab Hussain Naqvi
Allama Abbas kumaili
Allama Arif Husain al Husiani
Dr.Mohammad Ali Naqvi
Shaheed Agha Zia-ud-Din Rizvi
Joseph Cordeiro
Malik Anwer Ali Noon
Khalid Q Awan
Arshad Nawaz Malik

Famous Social Scientists
Dr.Syed Ali Wasif, President, Society For International Reforms And Research, Washington DC, USA
Dr. Feroze Khowaja
Dr. Akhtar Hameed Khan
Dr. Mehboob-ul-Haq
Dr. Hafiz Ahmed Pasha
Dr. Zeba Ayesha Sathar

Human Rights Activists and Philanthropists
Dr.Syed Ali Wasif, Secretary General, Human Rights Group of Pakstan, Karachi.
Abdul Sattar Edhi
Altaf Shakoor
Ruth Pfau
Ansar Burney
Hakim Mohammed Said
Afrasiab Khattak
Iqbal Haider
Justice Dorab Patel
I. A. Rahman
Hizbullah Kehar
Hussain Naqi
Aziz Siddiqui
Ahsan M. Saleem
Zia Awan Advocate
Qari Nishan Ali Abbasi
Malik Arshad Nawaz
Waqas Ahmed

Scholars and Scientists
Prof. Dr. Farid A. Khwaja, Physics, Education, Director General, National Institute of Electronics and National Physical Standards Labs. Former Direct General of NISTE.
Dr.Syed Ali Wasif, Professor, International Law / Politics
Dr. Shahzad Shams Neurosurgeon of Pakistan
Professor Ata-ur-Rehman Also Minister of Science & Technology
Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan Founder of Pakistan's nuclear programme
Professor Salimuzzaman Siddiqui
Professor Dr Abdus Salam Nobel Laureate in Physics 1979
Dr Naveed Iqbal Physicst and Nuclear Engineer, Research scholar in Condensed Matter Physics, at Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Dr. Malik Nazir Ahmed, Chair, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Institute of Avionics & Aeronautical Engineering, Air University Islamabad
Dr. Aamir Zafar Khan Hepatopancreatobiliary and Laparoscopic Surgeon
Dr. Abdullah Quddus Pioneer cardiologist surgeon.
Professor Dr Asif Hasan Qureshi, Law School,University of Manchester,UK
Dr. Prof. Abdul Qadeer Rajput Vice Chancellor, Mehran University of Engg. & Tech. Jamshoro.
Dr. Abdul Razzaq Kemal, former Director of PIDE
Mr. Munir Ahmad Khan, nuclear engineer, Chairman Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC)1972-1991, Chairman Board of Governors IAEA, 1986-87.
Professor Ahmad Hasan Dani
Professor Akbar S. Ahmed holds Ibn Khaldun seat at American university
Dr Anjum P. Saleemi, Linguist and Cognitive Scientist
Dr. Arshad Saleem Bhatti, Expert in Semiconductor Physics, Chairman, Phyics Department CIIT, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Dr. Arif Zaman, Computer Scientist, Head of Computer Science Faculty at Lahore University of Management Sciences.
Professor Ayesha JalalScholar and Educationist and Religious and Spiritual leader, Hyderabad, Pakistan.
Dr. afa Rahu, Commisioner of Income Tax, Karachi, Pakistan. Medical Doctor, PHD, Pediatricion
Dr. Hafeez A. Pasha
Dr. Javaid Laghari
Dr. Khalida Ghous M.D., SPDC.
Dr. Talat A. Wizarat
Prof. Syed Sikander Mehdi
Dr. Moonis Ahmar
Dr. Rafat Karim, Shakespearean Research Scholar & Educationist, Karachi, Pakistan
Dr. Javed Hussain, Anthropologist, Head of Department of Social Sciences, IBA, Karachi
Javed Ahmed Ghamidi – author of Mizan and director of Al-Mawrid Institute of Islamic Sciences
Dr. Kaiser Bengali,
Dr. Mahbub ul Haq
Dr. Mahnaz Fatima
Dr. Pervez Hoodbhoy,
Dr. Syed Hassan Raza Gilani
Dr. Samar Mubarakmand, Nuclear Scientist, Chairman,National Engineering and Scientific Commission (NESCOM)
Dr. Shahid Hussain Bokhari [Fellow IEEE and ACM]
Dr. Umar Saif Computer Scientist working on Developing World Technologies
Yousuf Siddiki, holder of the Guinness World Records for youngest CPA, noted for work in Islamic Banking
Zahid Jan, listed in major Who's Who directories, from Peshawar., born on December 22, 1978.
Gordhan Das Valasai, conducting research on "The Least Cost Power Generation Options for Pakistan", at Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, Jamshoro.
Kashif Idrees, Computer Professional working establishing unified Project Management Unit in Pakistan
Tahir Yaqub,Master in Mechatronic Engineering, Researcher and PhD Scholar in an Australian University.
Dr. Khalid Iqbal, Professor and Chairman Department of Neurochemistry,
New York State Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities, New York
Arshad nawaz Malik Arshad Nawaz .A famous prominent political personality of Pakistan People's Party Khushab and Bhalwal of Ali Pur Noon Sargodha and famous ex-police officer of[ [Federal Investigation Agency] of Pakistan] FIA.

Arts, Literature & Mass Media persons
Naseem Amrohvi (Author, Scholar, Poet, Lexicographer, liguist, Author of pakistan's first official urdu dictionary)
Shah Sharahbeel
Dr. Anwar Ahmad
[[Professor,Dr Tariq Salahuddin(One of the top Neuro Surgens of the world)

Writers & Poets
A useful place to see a list that overlaps with this one is List of Urdu poets.
A. S. Bokhari
A. Waliuddin
Abdul Ghani Khan
Adrian A. Husain
Ajmal Khattak
Alamgir Hashmi
Alauddin Masood
Altaf Fatima
Amar Jaleel
Anwar Masood
Anwar Maqsood
Ahmad Faraz
Ahmed Ali
Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi
Muhammad Ahsan Butt
Anis Nagi
Ayaz Alam Abro
Asif Farrukhi
Ata Ul Haq Qasmi
Attaullah Khan (Punjabi poet)
Bano Qudsia
Bapsi Sidhwa
Darya Khan Rind
Daud Kamal
Ejaz Rahim
Faiz Ahmed Faiz
Farida Faizullah
Fatima Bhutto
Fazil Jamili
Fazlur Rahman
G Allana
Khan Ghufran khan
Khawaja Reazuddin Atash
Khawar Chaudhry
Gulzar Bano
Habib R. Sulemani
Habib Rahman Baig
Hakim Said
Hasan Askari Sahar Abidi
Iftikhar Arif
Ihsan Danish
Ilona Yusuf
Imtiaz Ali Taj
Ishfaq Ahmad
Ishtiaq Baig
Jamal Abro
Javid Iqbal
Jon Elia
Kamila Shamsie
Masood Amjad Ali
Mirza Hasan Askari
Moeen Faruqi
Mona Hassan
M. Athar Tahir
Mohammad Iqbal
Muhammad Akram Khan
Muhammad Iqbal Naz
Muhammad Izhar ul Haq
Muhammad Munawwar Mirza
Mehmood ul Hasan Kokab
Dr Syed Muhammed Saeed Shah
Dr Syed Mehboob
Muneeza Shamsie
Mumtaz Mufti
Mushtaq Ahmad Yusufi
Mushfiq Khwaja (Author, poet and scholar)
Naseer Ahmad Nasir
Naseem Amrohvi (Author, Scholar, Poet, Lexicographer, liguist, Author of pakistan's first official urdu dictionary)
Nasim Yousaf
Nasir al-Din Nasir Hunzai
Noon Meem Rashid
Nuzhat Siddiqui
Obaidullah Aleem
Pareshan Khattak
Parveen Shakir
Ustad Qamar Jalalvi
Syed Qudrat Naqvi
Qudrat Ullah Shahab
Rais Amrohvi
Raja Tridev Roy
Saeed Rashid
Saadat Hasan Manto
Saadat Saeed
Sake Dean Mahomet
Syeda Sana Sajid Naqvi
Shahbano Bilgrami
Shaikh Ayaz
Shaukat Siddiqui
Sheryar Singha
Sobho Gianchandani
Soofia Ishaque
Suheyl Umar
Syed Kashif Raza
Tariq Alam Abro
Tariq Ali
Dr Tassaduq Hussain Raja
Taufiq Rafat
Dr Wazir Agha
Yousaf Saleem Chishti
Wasif Ali Wasif
Zahid Ahmed (Artist, writer, National College of Arts)
Zahid Dara Abro
Zaib-un-Nissa Hamidullah
Zamir Jafri

Actors and Actresses Film / TV / Stage
Abid Ali
Anjuman
Aqeel YosufXai
Babar Ali
Ejaz Aslam
Ghulam Mohiyoudeen
Humayoon Saeed
Irsa Ghazal
Moamar Rana
Moin Akhter
Muhammad Ali
Munawar Zareef
Mustafa Qurashi
Nadeem Baig
Nadia Khan
Nuzhat Talib
Nisho
Omar Rao
Qavi Khan
Raisham
Rani
Reema
Sohail Ahmed
Sabiha Khanum
Sana
Saima
Santosh Kumar
Shaan
Shafi Mohammad Shah
Shahid
Saeed Khan Rangeela
Shabnam
Sultan Rahi
Talat Hussain
Umer Sharif
Waheed Murad
Zaiba
Zaiba Bakhtiar

Artists & Painters
Ayaz Alam Abro
Abdul Rehman Chughtai
Ajaz Anwar
Amin Gul Jee
Anna Molka Ahmed
Dara Abro
Hajra Mansur
Iqbal Mehdi
Ismail Gul Jee
Lubna Agha
Mansur Rahi
Mala Iqbal
Moeen Faruqi
Mohammad Ali
Munawar Abro
Nadia Janjua
Rabia Zuberi
Sadequain Amrohvi
Shakir Ali
Shahid Mahmood (editorial cartoonist)
Sheraz Sherry
Template:Suhail Ahmad
Uzma Kazmi
Zafar Kazmi
Zahid Dara Abro
Zahid Ahmed (Artist, writer, National College of Arts)
Zubeida Agha
Dr. Syed Ali Wasif
Kafeel Bhai

Journalists
Mumtaz Hamid Rao, Pakistan Television
Aslam Malik, Newpaper Ataleeq
[Shakir Husain], columnist at the news, spider, aurora, chowk
Syed Atiq ul Hassan, homepage www.sauhassan.com
M. Haroon Abbas Qamar , Al Qamar Online
Tahir Ikram, CNBC Pakistan
Qamar Moheuddin, Pakistan Television , Islamabad
Nadeem Malik, CNBC Pakistan, Islamabad
Mujahid Barelvi
Mushtaq Minhas President Rawalpindi Islamabad Press Club
Javed Malik
Adil Najam
Zaib-un-Nissa Hamidullah
Hamid Mir
Mubashir Zaidi
Salman Hassan
Ardeshir Cowasjee
Mirza Hassan Askari
Eqbal Ahmad
Mishal Hussain
Rahimullah Yousufzai
Ashar Qureshi
Mazhar Ali Khan
Lady Nadira
Zamir Niazi
Fazil Jamili
Saleem Safi
Dr. Shahid Masood
Syed Kashif Raza
Hameed Nizami
Ahmed Rashid
Najam Sethi
Imran Aslam
Nadeem F. Paracha
Iqbal Jafri
Hasan Jafri
Kamal Siddiqi
Idrees Bakhtiar
Sherry Rahman
Maliha Lodhi
Rehana Hakim
Fauzia Shaheen
Khaled Ahmed
Nisar Abbas
Tahir Mirza
M Ziaudin
Farman Ali
Rafique Jalal
Mehmood Sham
Raja Hussain Khan Maqpoon
Khalid Hasan
Habib R. Sulemani
Nawaz Raza
C. R. Shamsi
Pervaz Shaokat
Hanif Khalid
iftikhar kazmi Editor,director news
Bedar Bakht Butt
D. Shaw Khan
Irfan Husain
Fahd Husain
Syed Saud Zafar
Gul Hameed Bhatti
Razia Bhatti
Malik Siraj Akbar
Siddiq Baluch
Nargis Baluch
Abdul Qayyum Safi
Azra Rashid Producer, CNBC Pakistan
Hina Malik Talk Show Host, CNBC Pakistan
Zarar Khan
Mahtab Aziz Freelance journalist
Shahnawaz Farooqui
Phyza Jameel
Faizan Lakhani
Shahrukh Hasan (Group Managing Editor, Jang Group, The News International)
Mudasser Aziz Reporter, AAJ TV,Karachi, Pakistan
Amjad Aziz Reporter / Producer, AAJ TV, Karachi, Pakistan
Jalil Ud Din
Syed kalbe Ali
Surendar Valasai First English Media Journalist from Dalit communities of Pakista
Mujahid Hussain Investigative journalist
Rana Faheem Aslam
Kashif Munir
[Fauzia Shaheen]Editor monthly newsmagazine
Mazhar Iqbal
Hanan Ali Abbasi
Qazi Abdul Majeed Abid (Founder of The Daily Ibrat Group of Newspapers, Sindh, Pakistan)
Qazi Asad Abid (Editor in Chief, The Daily Ibrat Group of Newspapers, Sindh, Pakistan) (Only person to be elected 8 times as the Secretary- General of the All Pakistan Newspaper Society, APNS)
Muhammad Aslam Kazi (founder of Daily Kawish, Sindhi newspaper aswell as KTN and Kashish, Sindhi tv channels)

Musicians and Bands
Aaroh
Abdul Ahad
Abrar-ul-Haq
Acid Headz
Adnan Sami Khan
Ahmed Jahanzaib
Alamgir (Pop Singer)
Ali Haider
Ali Zafar
Atif Aslam
Awaz
Burzukh
Corduroy
Danish Rahi
Entity Paradigm
Faakhir Mehmood
Faraz Anwar
Farida Khanum
Fariha Pervez
The Fatsumas
Fuzon
Ghufran khan
Gohar
Hadiqa Kiyani
Hassan Jahangir
Haroon Rashid
Jal
Jawad Ahmed
Junaid Jamshed
Junoon
Jupiters
Kaavish
Karavan
Khadija Haider
Lucky Ali
Malika Pukhraj
Mizmar
Mizraab
Muhammad Ali Shehki
Nadia Ali
Najam Sheraz
Nayyara Noor
Nazia Hasan and Zohaib Hasan
Noor Jehan
Noori
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Overload
Rahim Shah
Razam
Rohail Hyatt
Rox3n
Rushk
Sajjad Ali
Shabnam Majeed
Shahzaman
Shallum Xavier
Sharique Roomi
Shehzad Roy
Sifr
Strings
The Banned
Tina Sani
Tehseen Javed
Visaal
Vital Signs
Waqar Ali
Zeest

VJs
Anoushey Ashraf
Mani (born Salman Saquib)
Faizan Haq
Dino
Fakhr-e-Alam
Naveen
Mohsin Ahmed
Waqar zaka
Verdafi
Natasha

Sports

Cricket
Abdul Hafeez Kardar
Abdul Razzaq
Danish Kaneria
Hanif Mohammad (the Little Master)
Imran Khan
Inzamam-ul-Haq
Javed Burki
Javed Miandad
Kamran Akmal
Moin Khan
Mohammad Yousuf (formerly *Yousuf Youhana
Sarfraz Nawaz
Shahid Khan Afridi
Shoaib Akhtar (the Rawalpindi Express)
Shoaib Malik
Waqar Younis (the Burewala Express)
Wasim Akram
Younis Khan
Zaheer Abbas (the Asian Bradman)

Hockey
Shahbaz Ahmad
Sohail Abbas
Shahid Ali Khan
Tahir Karamat

Snooker
Farhan Mirza
Khurram Hussain Agha
Latif Atiq Bukhsh
Syed Mesam Ali Zaidi
Mohammed Yousuf
Naveen Perwani
Saleh Mohammed
Sayed Shah
Shokat Ali

Squash
Hashim Khan
Jahangir Khan
Jansher Khan


Football
Ahsan Raza Shah
Zesh Rehman
Essa Khan
Jaffer Khan
Usman Gondal

Diplomats
A. S. Bokhari
Sahabzada Yaqub Khan
Ashraf Jehangir Qazi
Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri
Ch. Abdul Hameed Khan
Maliha Lodhi
Masood Khan
Syed Mohammad Inaamullah
Jamshed Marker
HE Tahir Schon
Tariq M. Mir

Military personalities
Aziz Bhatti Shaheed Nishan-E-Haider
Major Tufail Muhammad Shaheed (1914–August 7, 1958) Nishan-E-Haider
Captain Muhammad Sarwar Shaheed (1910–July 27, 1948) Nishan-E-Haider
Major Muhammad Akram Shaheed (1938–1971) Nishan-E-Haider
Pilot Officer Rashid Minhas Shaheed (1951–August 20, 1971) Nishan-E-Haider
Major Shabbir Sharif Shaheed (1943–December 6, 1971) Nishan-E-Haider
Sowar Muhammad Hussain Shaheed (1949–December 10, 1971) Nishan-E-Haider
Lance Naik Muhammad Mahfuz Shaheed (1944–December 17, 1971) Nishan-E-Haider
Karnal Sher Khan Shaheed (1970–July 5, 1999) Nishan-E-Haider
Lalak Jan Shaheed (1967–July 7, 1999) Nishan-E-Haider
Naik Saif Ali Janjua Shaheed, (1922–1948) Hilal-e-Kashmir equaliant Nishan-E-Haider
Lieutenant General Javed Nasir, Directorate ISI (1991-1993)
Major General Akhtar Hussain Malik, 1965 war hero
General Iftikhar Janjua, 1971 hero of Runn Kutch
General Mirza Aslam Beg, former Chief of Army Staff (COAS), think tank head
General Jehangir Karamat former Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Ambassador to the United States
General Hakeem Arshad
General Pervez Musharraf, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) and former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC), President
General Rahimuddin Khan, famed 7-year Martial Law Governor of Balochistan and provincial hero
General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, late Chief of Army Staff (COAS) and President
General A.A.K. Niazi Tiger Niazi
Squadron Leader Muhammad Mehmood Alam
Squadron Leader Sarfraz Rafiqui
Brigadier Muhammad Hayat Khan Sitara-e-jurat,War hero 1948,1965 and 1971 wars

Prominent Businessmen/Industrialists
Groups of Companies
[[Salman Awan]], "Director - Insaf Fabrics"
[[Zaheer Mirza]], "Chairman - Engineering Consulrants International (Pvt) Ltd (ECIL)" ; "Chairman - ECIL group of Companies"; "Founding Member - Association of Consulting Engineers Pakistan"; "Member PEC Executive commettee"; "Founder of First Consulting Engineering Company in Pakistan"
Zaheeruddin CEO-Shahzad International Group of Companies,Oil and Gas,Gold and Minerals Mining,Geological surveys,Defence supplies,Travel and Tour Operators,Flash security services and Trading Worldwide.
Javed Ali Khan Managing Director Pioneer Cement Limited, Director Noon Group of Companies
Mr Khalid Saifullah Chief Executive, Asian Business Federation UK
Mr Sheryar Choudhry CEO, G-3 Advertising Inc. NYC USA
Muhammad Saleem Nasir Civil Eng, Contractor and Builder MSN Group
H.E. Tahir Schon - Schon Group, President - Dubai Lagoon, Hon. Consul General Republic of Gambia.
Syed Ali Raza Gilani- Real Estate, Telecoms
Tariq A. Hassan - Banking, BPO The Buying Triangle
Mian Mansoor Iqbal (Managing Director), Manufacturers and Exporters of Leather, Dada Enterprises (Pvt) Ltd
Mian Muhammad Naseem Shafi Leather, Chemicals and Textile Shafi Group
Anwar Yahya owner of BP and AB Industries
Humayun Javed - Stock Exchange, Steel, Coal, Mutual Fund, Media. WE Financial Services Ltd.
Ahmad Dawood Textile, Engineering, Chemicals Dawood Group
Abbas Sarfaraz Sugar, Chemicals Premier Group
Iqbal Ali Lakhani Tobacco, Consumer Goods, Internet, Media Lakson Group
Mian Mohammad Mansha Banking, Cement, Textiles Nishat Group
Tariq Saeed Saigol Textiles, Cement Kohinoor Group
Nasir Schon Schon Group
Nasim Saigol Manufacturing, Banking
Ghulam Muhammad A. Fecto Tractors, Sugar, Cement Fecto Group of Industries
Bashir Ali Mohammad Textiles, Energy, Banking Gul Ahmed Group
Syed Babar Ali Consumer Goods Packages Group
Ghulam Faruque Cement, Sugar, Engineering, Shipping Ghulam Faruque Group
Yusuf Shirazi Automobiles, Finance Atlas Group
Sadruddin Hashwani Hotels Hashoo Group
Tariq Niazi Politics, Tractors, Transport, Lands, Chip Board 'Niazi Group'
Mohammad Ali Habib Banking, Automobiles House of Habib
Khalid Abbas Khan Niazi Tractors, Transport, Trading, Real Estate 'Niazi Group'
Javed Saifullah Khan Telecom, Textile Saif Group of Companies
Aqeel Zaheer Lari Hydrosealers Associates (Pvt.) Ltd.
Dewan Yousuf Farooqui Automobiles, Sugar, Textile, Cement Dewan Group
Ahmed Nawaz Khan President Saif Energy Ltd
Jehangir Monnoo Millionaire, Textile, Sugar, Agriculture Monnoo Group
Mian Muhammad Latif Textile Chenab Group
Munawar Khan Automobile, Textile, Steel, Oil and Ghee, Agriculture Ahmed Group
Aamir Hayat Khan Rokhri Transport, Beverages, Land, Politics, Clubs 'Rokhri Group'
Kazi Zulkader Siddiqui, MIT, Construction, Security, International Business, NGO 'Techcorp Group'
Habibullah Khattak Automobile, Textile Gandhara Nissan Motors and General Tyres
Mir Shakil ur Rehman Media Jang Group
Nadeem B j Sheikh Stock Exchange , Pharmaceuticals
Hameed Haroon, Media, Dawn Group
Fazal Din Group, Millionaire, Conglomerate Fazal Din & Sons
Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain Textile, Sugar Chaudhry Group
Khurram Saleem Kobra Meditech , Laser X Medi Group
Sajjad Hussain Honda Rizvi Trave RIZVI
Awais Saeed paracha tyre dealer ( known as king kong in tyre industry ) millionaire'
Khadim Ali Shah Bukhari Billionaire, Stock Exchange, Banking, Education KASB.
Nasir Ali Shah Bukhari Chairman KASB Group (KASB Bank) * Official website
Usman Ashraf Carpet export and manufacturing, Real estate Usman Carpet House
M.P. Bhandara owner of Murree Brewery
Khurram Z. Malik Sialkot
Shaikh Muhammad Farooq Magoon owner of Daikin (AAA Private Ltd)
Mian Rafique Saigol
Mohammad Khurram Minhas President & CEO Orchid Homes (Home Builders)
Adamjee Group Adamjee Group of Companies
Agha Hasan Abedi, Banker, founder of BCCI
Aftab Ahmed Vohra Chief Executive of VOHRA Group of Companies & MUGHAL AGENCIES
Chaudhary Shahnawaz Millionaire, Shahnawaz Textiles Ltd., Shahtaj Sugars, Shahtaj Textiles, Sheezan Juices and Food, Shahnawaz Fruit Farms, Shahnawaz Automobiles (Mercedes Supplier and Service Provider in Pakistan).]
Mr. Nasier A. Sheikh, COO, Askari Leasing
Mr. Ajaz Sheikh, Director of Food and Beverage, The Lanesborough, Hyde Park, London, United Kingdom
SAEED A MINHAS President & CEO SAM Builders ISLAMABAD & Austin TX USA
H.E Faisal Farooque, CEO - Universal biometric, UB Group of Companies

Pre-Independence Personalities
Daswandi Khan
Ghazi Abdul Qayyum Shaheed

Urdu Poetry websites in pakistan

There are many urdu websites in pakistan which are unique and very colorful. here is a list of few urdu websites which are liked by a big pakistani community , locally and internationally.

UrduPoint.com

At the top list of these websites comes URDUPOINT , this webiste is a great resource of urdu knowledge on internet, urdu poetry , jokes ,mazah, kids section, news articles and so on. Urdupoint.com has more than 200 greeting cards as well which are liked by everyone. Urdupoint office is in Liberty Market , LHR. Urdupoint offers urdu text type material, it is based on fonts.
www.urdupoint.com

Urdu123.com

This website has a bad bad designing infrastructure but still it catches huge number of users. It has almost every thing as contains urdupoint.com. urdu123.com is using images to show urdu text on web
www.urdu123.com

UrduShairy.com

Urdu shairy.com is a urdu poetry forum. and its not in real urdu , but ROMAN URDU. people type in real english to write in URDU.
www.urdushairy.com/forum/

UrduMaza.com

UrduMaza.com is a very attractive website in both designing and material. It as going to become the biggest urdu website on internet sooner or later. This website contains most good looking urdu images on the web. It Contains urdu poetry, urdu jokes , urdu horoscope, urdu cards, urdu sports, urdu islam articles, woman articles, kitchen tips , health tips, make up tips, kithen recipees, Forum , Chatroom , pakistani songs, indian songs, english songs, online games for kids, urdu stories, urdu songs, hindi songs, photogallery of pakistan, photogallery of bollywood, photogallery of hollywood , photogallery of lollywood, urdu sms, urdu shairy, and a lot more. urdumaza.com is the first complete urdu & entertainment website.
www.urdumaza.com

Best WAP Sites

Best Wap Sites

downloadwap.com
wapindia.net
waptrick.com
wapin.in
wap.ibibo.com
click4wap.com
tagtag.com
wap73.com
Sumirbd.mobi
wap.sayni.net

WAP

Wireless Application Protocol:-
                                                    A Wap browser provides all of the basic services of a computer based web browser  but simplified to operate within the restrictions of a mobile phone, such as its smaller view screen. WAP sites are web sites  written in, or dynamically converted to,WML  (Wireless Markup Language) and accessed via the WAP browser.
Before the introduction of WAP, service providers had extremely limited opportunities to offer interactive data services. Interactive data applications are required to support now commonplace activities such as:
  • Email by mobile phone
  • Tracking of stock market prices
  • Sports results
  • News headlines
  • Music downloads  

The WAP standard[1] describes a protocol suite that allows the interoperability of WAP equipment and software with many different network technologies. The rationale for this was to build a single platform for competing network technologies such as GSM and IS-95 (also known as CDMA) networks.

  • The bottom-most protocol in the suite is the WAP Datagram Protocol (WDP), which is an adaptation layer that makes every data network look a bit like UDP to the upper layers by providing unreliable transport of data with two 16-bit port numbers (origin and destination). WDP is considered by all the upper layers as one and the same protocol, which has several "technical realizations" on top of other "data bearers" such as SMS, USSD, etc. On native IP bearers such as GPRS, UMTS packet-radio service, or PPP on top of a circuit-switched data connection, WDP is in fact exactly UDP.
  • WTLS provides a public-key cryptography-based security mechanism similar to TLS  Its use is optional.
  • WTP provides transaction support (reliable request/response) that is adapted to the wireless world. WTP supports more effectively than TCP the problem of packet loss, which is common in 2G wireless technologies in most radio conditions, but is misinterpreted by TCP as network congestion.
  • Finally, WSP is best thought of on first approach as a compressed version of  HTTP.
This protocol suite allows a terminal to emit requests that have an HTTP or HTTPS equivalent to a WAP gateway; the gateway translates requests into plain HTTP.

Make PC run faster?


Perhaps one of the most -- if not the most -- asked question among regular computer users is exactly this. There are a variety of ways to speed up your PC, all of which are simple and require little to no technical knowledge. It is recommended before you make any changes to your computer, as detailed in this guide, that you back-up your system via System Restore or some other means, in the case that you may make any changes that could cause system instability.

Free up hard drive space. Delete any unused files. Clear out your temporary internet files, recycle bin, et cetera. The best way to do this is to use Windows' Disk Cleanup. Go to Start > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Cleanup. You may have to several minutes for Disk Cleanup to read your hard drive. You can check all of the boxes if you wish (recommended), but if there's anything you want to save, keep it unchecked.

Uninstall any unused programs. Many new computers come loaded with unnecessary or -- in some cases, even useless -- programs that do nothing but to clog up your computer. Go to Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs (Windows XP) or Programs and Features (Windows Vista).

Change your Display settings to Windows Classic. Go to Start > Control Panel > Display (Windows XP) or Personalization (Windows Vista). If you are using Windows XP, click the appearance tab; if you are using Vista, click on Window Color and Appearance. Change the color scheme to Windows Classic and click OK.

Disable start-up programs. Go to Start > All Programs > Accessories > Run and type "msconfig". Hit enter. Click on the Startup tab. Uncheck any start-up items you are not using or do not need. Some start-up items are necessary for the proper functioning of Windows, so do not disable anything if you are not 100% you do not need it.

Disable any unused or unnecessary services. Go to Start > Accessories > Run and type "services.msc". Hit enter. You can disable any services you do not need or are not necessary for the proper functioning of your Windows OS. Do not make any changes unless you know precisely what you are doing. You can find out whether or not certain processes are necessary by looking up the service name online.

Use a registry repair program such as CCleaner to clear out any registry errors.

Use ReadyBoost. If you're a Windows Vista user, you can use Readyboost by using a USB flash drive or a memory card to speed up your PC without having to add extra memory. Windows will automatically detect whether or not your flash drive or memory card can be used with ReadyBoost.

And the most obvious choice: add more RAM. You can review your computer's manual, contact your manufacturer, or search online to find out which RAM is suitable for your computer's motherboard.

How to make Your CV impressive?

Putting together a decent curriculum vitae can be immensely frustrating. You don’t really know what people are interested in hearing, & it can be hard to strike a balance between being professional & still having a personality!

The normal formula for a CV goes something like this…

 Name & contact details — address, phone number, email address.
 Personal information — a little paragraph about yourself & your skills & possibly career goals (though this should be short, maybe four sentences at most).
 Proficiencies — so, if you can program in C++ or speak German or you’re a whizz with spreadsheets, write them down. Be as specific as you can be (“Expert with Access databases”) & list them in bullet-point format.
 Work experience — with your most recent roles listed first. There is some debate as to how far in your history you should go back, but I think listing any more than 10 positions will probably make you look a bit flakey.
 Academic/professional qualifications — this is the place to say that you have a PhD in welding, for example, or that you took a course in tying your shoelaces, etc. You should include grades (don’t fake them, people sometimes ask for proof!) & the institution you studed at.
 Additional skills — you can write anything you like here, say that you have management experience or make great coffee.
 Interests — if you like playing darts or painting, write it down here. Keep it relatively sane-sounding, even if you’re not. I wouldn’t recommend writing about your rabid interest in taxidermy or getting multiple piercings in an evening. But do try to make it interesting, nobody wants to hire a dullard! (I’m sure you’re not, though!)

 If you don’t have a lot of experience, the temptation is to pad out your CV like mad, & mention every crappy newspaper run or short stint cleaning your father’s shoes for pocket money. Don’t do it. Just keep it short & sweet. If it still looks really short, this is your opportunity to dazzle them with your drive & charm. In the ‘personal information’ part of your CV, write articulately about your goals & intentions. Mention something about how you bring enthusiasm to any team — people love that. If you’re not very articulate normally, have someone who is look over what you’ve written before you print it out or send it off.

 Don’t underestimate the value of enthusiasm. This is my number one tip. I have seen hundreds of CVs & hired plenty of people personally, & after a while the CVs all start to blur together. You really have no idea how incredibly boring some of them are. Someone with a bit of spark, a bit of joie de vivre, is like a blessing sent directly from heaven. This, of course, applies in the interview as well. I once applied for a position as a book-buyer for a bookstore, a position for which I was wildly underqualified — my previous job was in a bank, selling people home loan & term deposit packages, ugh! Anyway, I was so hyped up & keen in the interview, that afterwards they called me & said, “We’ve offered the book buyer role to someone with more experience, but we would love you to work for us anyway”. I was thrilled & said yes, & then half an hour later they called me again, saying, “The woman we offered it to doesn’t want it anymore — would you like to take the position?” FABULOUS. So use your enthusiasm as a weapon, people will remember you!

 Some people think you should put your date of birth, nationality & marital status on a CV. I say don’t. It’s nobody’s business, & it’s basically inviting discrimination. (No one is allowed to base a hiring decision on your age, race or marital status, among other things!)

 A lot of dull, stiff-upper-lip type recruitment agencies advise against making your CV too “quirky”. I think that’s bollocks. Do you really want to work for a company that would persecute you for printing your CV on purple paper? No, I didn’t think so. It really depends where your priorities are — if you’re desperate for a job, any job, then sure, make it as dull as you like. But if you’re actually looking for work with some meaning, something you’re going to enjoy, then you should feel free to be yourself in your CV.

 Don’t draw attention to your inadequacies, or otherwise undesirable traits. This rule applies to life in general, too. If you harp on about your huuuuuge nose, terrible typing skills or body odour “issue”, people will know — how couldn’t they? You are constantly blabbing about it! But if you don’t mention it, people will probably not even notice. Our flaws are always more obvious to ourselves than they are to anyone else. Other people are too busy thinking about their own huuuuuge nose, or whatever. Just don’t mention it. Don’t even be tempted to write, “Even though I don’t have a lot of experience…” or “While my track record is pretty stank, I hope to…”. Don’t. Okay? Good.

 Write a really good cover letter. Most people don’t even send them & if they do, they’re tired & a waste of time. Put together a template. Say that you think you are an excellent candidate for the role & then list why. Take the job description & then relate it back to your own experience. Again, BE ENTHUSIASTIC! Get so excited about it on the page that they feel like they simply must meet you, even if it’s because you might be loon of the year. A lot of the time, you will be applying directly to the owner of the company — this company is their baby & they want people who love it as much as they do, so do your best to show that.

 The length of your CV will really depend on your experience. I would say, even if you’ve been in the workforce for thirty years, write no more than 4 pages. Otherwise, it’s just too much. Businesses often receive hundreds of CVs & they just do not have time to read pages & pages of stuff.

 Use a nice typeface. No Comic Sans, please! Eep! Make sure everything is spelled correctly, that there are no typos & all the tenses are correct (I am currently… I was… etc.). Don’t be afraid to print it on nice paper — a pink CV in a stack of white pages will definitely stand out. Don’t include a photo unless it’s relevant (& it won’t be very often). Keep a copy on your computer or even in Google Documents so you’ll always have it. Keep it up to date!

Getting a job can be hard work, & finding a job that you actually enjoy can be even harder. Be good to yourself & try to do something you like — work affects our lives so much, & if every day is hell, maybe it’s time to make a change. Good luck out there!

Just Ghazal

Mujhe kamil yaqeen hai tum meri ban jaao gi ek din
tumhare dil mai utroon ga mohabbat ki sada ban kar

Mere josh-e-janoon par sari khalqat mujhko takti hai
zara tum bhi nazar dalo na bethoo yun Khuda ban kar

Tumhain yeh raaz batla doon k aksar chand ratoun main
teri aangan mai aata hun sitaroun ki zeeya ban kar

Jigar ka khoon laya hoon tere singhaar ki khatir
hatheli par racha leyna ye mehkey ga Hina ban kar
           ..............

Tumhe zid hy k iqrar-e-wafa tum ne nahi karna
Meri taqdeer mein rang-e-HinA tum ne nahi bharna

Tumhe manzoor he shayad mera ghut ghut k he marna
Tumhare faisaly per ab,sar-e-tasleem kham hoga

Main apny hont see loon ga
Yu he bekaif gee loon ga

Tumhare hijer ki tasveer ko dil main saja loon ga
Tumhare jaber apny sabar ko main aazma loon ga

Magar ek baat main pounchoon
Tumhe apni qasam

Tum rakh k apny ser per haath
Phir phir khena

Tumhare dil mian mere naam se hal chul nahi hoti
Mere khat parh k jazbo mian koi tufan nahi uthta

Jawan raaton mein meri yaad ki shamay nahi jalti
Tumhari dharkano main kya meri yadien nahi palti

Tu phir tum ne azziyat ki ye rada
Kyoun taan rakhi hai

Ye dil mian thhaan rakhi hai
Bahut baichan khud rehna

Mujhe barbad sa rakhna
Bhulana bhi tu uss k sath kuch kuch yaad sa rakhna

Har ek andaaz ko apne sitam ejaad sa rakhna
Agar es shauq se tum ko koi taskeen milti hai

Tu mere zakhm-e-talab ka “tazkara” ab kam se kam hoga
................
***Kis ki thi***
Zakhm_e_Tanhai Mein Khushbo_e_HinA Kis Ki Thi
Saaya Deevar Per Mera Tha, Sada Kis Ki Thi

Os ki Raftaar Say Lipti Raheen Ankhein Meri
Os Ne Murr Kar Bhi Na Dekha k Wafa Kis Ki Thi

Ansuon Say He Bhar Gaya Daaman Mera
Haath To Main Ne Uthaaya Tha, Dua Kis Ki Thi

Meri Aahon Ki Zaban Koi Samjhta Kaisay?
Zindagi Etni Dukhi Meray Siva Kis Ki Thi

Aag Say Dosti Os Ki Thi, JaLa Ghar Mera
Dee Gai Kiss Ko Saza, Aur Khata Kis Ki Thi . . .
    ...............

        ***Gungunatay Hue Anchal Ki Hawa Deh***
Gungunatay Hue Anchal Ki Hawa Deh Mujh Ko
Ungliyaan phair Ke BAloon Main Sulla Deh Mujh Ko

Jis Tarah Faltu Guldaan Paray Rehtay Hain
Apne Ghar Ke Kisi Konay Se Lagga Deh Mujh Ko

Yaad Kar Ke Mujhe Takleef He Hoti Hogii
Aik Kissa Hoon Purana Sa Bhulla Deh Mujh Ko

Doobtay Doobtay Awaaz Teri Sunn Jaoon
Akhiri Baar Tu Sahil Se Sadah Deh Mujh Ko

Main Tere Hijr Main Chup Chaap Na Marr Jaoon Kahin
Main Hoon Saktay Main Kabhii Aa Ke Rulla Deh Mujh Ko

Dekh Main Hogaya Badnaam Kitaboon Ki Tarah
Merii Tasheer Na Kar Ab Tu Jalla Deh Mujh Ko

Rhootna Tera Meri Jaan Liye Jata Hai
Aesay Naraaz Na Ho Hans Ke Dekha Deh Mujh Ko

Aur Kuch Bhi Nahi Manga Mere Malik Tujh Se
Us Ki Galiyoon Main Parii Khaak Banaa Deh Mujh Ko

Log Kehtay Hain Ke Yeh Ishq Niggal Jata Hai
Main Bhi Is Ishq Main Aya Hoon,Dua Deh Mujhe Ko

Yahi Okaat Hai Meri Tere Jeevan Mein Ke Main
Koi Kamzoor Sa Lamha Hoon, Bhulla Deh Mujh Ko
..........
**Shaam e Gham Ki Qasam**
Shaam e Gham Ki Qasam

Aaj GhamgEen Hain Hum
Aa Bhe Jaa Aa Bhe ja Aaj Meray Sanam
Dil PreShan Hai Raat Veeraan Hai
Dekh Ja Kis Trah Aaj tAnhA Hain Hum

Shaam e Gham Kii Qasam

Khail Kaisa Jo PehlOo Mein tOo Hi Nahien
Maar Dalay Na dArd e jUdaii Kahien
Rut HaSEen Hai To Ko Kya Chandni Hai To Kya
Chandhi Zulam Hai Or jUdaii Sitam

Shaam e Gham Ki Qasam

Ab To Aaja K Ab Raat Bhe So Gaii
Zindgi Gham K Sehraon Mein Kho Gaii
DhOondhatii Hai Nazar tOo Khaan Hai Magar
Dekhtay Dekhtay Aaya AankhOn Mein Nam
Shaam e Gham Ki Qasam
.............


***Main Roi To Nahi Hoon***

Najaney Kiyoon Mera Kajal
Jab Bhi Dalo Ankhon Main
Ab Aksar Phail Jata Hai

Tum To Jantey Ho In Dino
Bohat Hi Thand Hoti Hai
Tab Hi Hai Surkh Meri Naak

Main Roi To Nahi Hoon……

Kaha To Hai Yunhi Buss
Bheega Hai Aanchal Ka Kona
Choro Tum Fiker Mat Karo

Main Roi To Nahi Hoon……

Nahin, Udaas Kab Hoon Main
Ziyada Kaam Kay Baies
Thakawat Ho Hi Jati Hai

Main Roi To Nahi Hoon……

Eid Aai Hai, Woh Ab Bhi
Nahin Aata To Na Aaye
Ab Us Ki Yaad Mai Dekho

Main Roi To Nahin Hoon…..

Bata Dena Us Ko Ja Ker
Koi Khush-Fehmi Na Palley
Waisey Hi Surkh Hain Ankhin

Main Roi To Nahin Hoon…..
.......

***Iqbal tery dees ka kya haal sunnaun***
Iqbal tery dees ka kya haal sunnaun,
Bebaqi_o_haq goi sy gabrata hai momin,

Makkari_o_robahi py itrata hai momin,
Jis rizq sy parwaz main kotahi ka dar ho,

Woh rizq bary shoq se khata hai momin,
Kirdar ka, guftar ka, aamal ka momin,

Qaail nhi aisy kisi janjal ka momin,
Sarhad ka hai momin koi punjab ka momin,

Dhondy sy b milta nhi Quran ka momin,
Iqbal tery des ka kya hall sunaun.!
........
**Muhbat hum say karni hai**
Muhbat hum say karni ho to phir wada nahi karna,
ye waday hum nay Dekhay hain k aksar tot jatay hain

Muhbat hum say karni hai to phir zid bhi nahi karna,
ye zid bhi hum Nay dekhi hai k sathi chhot jatay hain

Muhbat hum say karni hai to phir tohfa nahi daina,
ye tohfay hum nay Dekhay hain buht majbor kartay hain

Muhbat hum say karni hai to phir shikwa nahi karna,
ye shikway hum nay Dekhe hain dilon ko dor karte hain

Muhbat hum say karni hai to phir roya na karna,
ye aanson hum nay Dekhay hain dilon ko cheer detay hain
...........

**MUJHE TUM SE BATIEN KRNI HAI**
Kabhi aajao tum pal bhar ko,
Mujhe tum se batien krni hain,

Kuch ghum k geet sunanay hain,
Kuch raaz hain jo batlanay hain,

Kuch dil ko b batlana hai,
Kuch zakhm hain jo dikhlanay hain,

Kuch dil se yaadain dhoni hain,
Kuch naatay nai bnanay hain,

Jo sher likhay hain teri furqat mein,
Kuch sher tumhe wo sunanay hain,

Kuch dard sunanay hain dil k,
Kuch piyar ki batien krni hain,

Kabhi aajao tum pal bhar ko,
........

***KASH***
mein kuch b nahin hoon tere liye
kuch tere liye mein ho jaon

tere dil men rahoon ankhon mein basoon
dharkan men shamil ho jaon

to jab koi baat kare
mera naam b us meia shamil ho

to jab b mange kuch rab se
meri zaat b us men shamil ho

har bar nahin ik baar sahi
ik bar to aisa ho jae

ik pal k liya ae jan-e-wafa
tujhe mujh se mohabbat ho jae

AY KAASH K AISA HO JAE
AY KAASH K AISA HO JAE
.........
**Neend Nahi aati**
Rahte hain unke khayalon me,
ab neend mujhe aati nahi,

hanste hai ab jab bhi hum,
bas yaad unhi ki aati hai,

wo uski meethi muskan,
humara dil dhadkati hai,

jagte sote har pal hi,
unki yaad hume tadpati hai,

bas ek jhalak unki paakar,
hum khush ho jaaya karte hain,

jab bhi wo aate hain saamne,
hum chup ho jaya karte hain,

Bolta hai per dil mera,
kuch bol sake to tu kah de,

per sochta hoon main,
is baat se, mera dil use na kho baithe,

wo dost nahi mera sab kuch hai,
ye kaun use batlaye,

kaas waqt ke saath hi,
wo apne aap samajh paaye,

Ay …………… ab teri yaad me,
kisi kaam me ruchi nahi,

dil me tum, dhadkan me tum,
aur baat kisi ki bachi nahi,

rahte hain tumhare khayalo me,
an neend mujhe aati nahi…..
........


**jis ki chahat ko**
jis ki chahat ko her chaht say mootaber rakha,
Khud tha ghamgeen mager us ko baykhaber rakha,

aaj wahi shakhs mayray g ko jalata hay bohat,
roh ko ghayal ankhoon ko rulata hay bohat,

kon c main nay thee us say khudaii mangi,
jub bhi mangi tu fakt us say mohabt mangi,

mayri chaht ka badla mujh ko istarah say mila,
hansta jo dil tha mayra mujh ko hay ujra sa mila.
..........

**Kahun K Kia Ho Tum**
Mere liye meri Duniya ho Tum,
Cho k jo Guzre wo Hawa ho Tum,

Maine jo Mangi wo Dua ho Tum,
Kya maine Mehsos wo Ehsas ho Tum,

Meri Nazar ki Talash ho Tum,
Meri Zindagi ka Qarar ho Tum,

Maine jo Chaha wo Pyar ho Tum,
Mere Intizar ki Rahat ho Tum,

Mere Dil ki Chahat ho Tum,
Tum ho tu Duniya hai Meri,

Kaise Kahun k Sirf Pyar Nahin,
Meri JAAN ho Tum.
.......

**KOI KIYA JANAY**
Mosam-e-hijr k lamhat koi kiya janay,
Kya guzarti hai meray sath ko kiya janay,

Doriyon me bhi tere sath marasim hen woi,
Roz hoti hai mulaqat koi kiya janay,

Log hansti hui ankhon pe yaqeen rakhtay hain,
Mere ansuu mere jazbat koi kiya janay,

Ek tu hai jisay malum hen sari batain,
Shab-e-hijran mere halat koi kiya janay,

Koi kiya janay k khamoshiyan kia kehti hain,
Aay “Dhani” teri ankhon k sawalat koi kiya janay
............

**TEHREER MEIN THA**
Ye jo shafaaf sa ik aks us jheel mein tha,
Koi chehra tha magar chaand ki tamseel mein tha,

Yaad karta hu kahan bhool k aya hu usay,
Aisa hi aks meri soch ki zambeel mein tha,

Baat kia thi ye mujhe achi tarah yaad nahi,
Haan aap ka zikr b tha aur bari tafseel se tha,

Koi pegham tha ankhon mein so ankhon mein raha,
Masla asal to paigham ki tarseel mein tha,

Is naye nuskhe mein takhreef hui hai warna,
Zikr mera bhi kahin pyar ki injeel mein tha……
............

**KOI NAAM NAHI AY GA**
Ab koi harf-e-dua kam nahi ay ga,
Ab wo mehtab sar-e-bam nahi ay ga,

Ab dhalay ga na kabi hijr ka jalta suraj,
Ab kabi wasl ka hangama nahi ay ga,

Ja k us kochay mein hum u hi palat ay gay,
Waqt-e-rukhsat koi 2 gham nahi ay ga,

Uski galyon mein hamay koi nahi pehchanay ga,
Koi tana koi dashman nahi ay ga,

Dil k darwazay per dastak nahi de ga,
Koi nama koi paigham nahi ay ga,

Umr bhar matam mein shehr-e-tamana ho ga,
Neend to ay gi aram nahi ay ga,

Magar ae bad-e-saba us se ja kr kehna,
Is kahani mein abkoi nam nahi ay ga……
.........

**Mujay awaz day laina**
Mujay awaz de laina

Kabi jab ankh chalke to
Kabi jab dil na sambhle to
Mujay awaz de laina

Kabi jab dur ho koi
Bohat majbur ho koi
Koi awaz na day to
Mujay awaz de laina

Koi ansu na ponche to
Koi hansnay se roke to
Koi tum ko sataye to
Mujay awaz de laina

Kabi jab din na guzray to
Kabi jab raat tarpaye
Kabi din mei andhera ho
Mujay awaz de laina

Main tere passhota hon
Main teresath rehta hun
Mgr phir bhi guzarish hai
Mujay awaz day laina
.......

***Phele mai or tum the ab hum ho gaye***
Phele mai or tum the ab hum ho gaye
wo mere zakhmo ka marham ho gaye..

jab se unse meri shana sayi howi
wo mera sarmaya ghum ho gaye

wo sar-e-gulshan sanwer kar agaya
or sab hi pholo ke sar kham(open) ho gaye

dekhiye matlab mera kuch or tha
ap to ase hi bharam ho gaye

ishaq main pher koi uljhan na rahi
mashware jab unse baham ho gaye

jab ayadat ke lye wo agya
dard-e-dil ke nisbatan kam ho gaye…
...........
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