Habib jalib biography
Habib Jalib was a Pakistani revolutionary poet, born on March 24, 1928, Hoshiarpur, India
And passed away on March 13, 1993, Lahore He was a Left-wing activist and politician who opposed the martial law, authoritarianism and state oppression. Pakistani poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz paid tributes to him by saying that he was truly the poet of the masses.
The history of Urdu Poetry is filled with many multi-talented Poet and Poetess who worked really hard to recognize Urdu Poetry all over the world. Habib Jalib is a revolutionary Urdu Poet of the 20th century, the whose passion behind his words, the style of delivering his poems and his emotional energy associated with the sensitivity of the socio-political perspective are whatever.
Habib Jalib was the founder of the poetry to fight against the politics their real name was Habib Ahmed and father name was Sufi Inayat Ullah Khan who was fond of Allah Iqbal Poetry. He spent his early life in Hoshiarpur and then after Second world war their father go to Dehli.at the age of 14 he was admitted in Anglo Arabic School Dehli in 7th class at the age of 14. He was more likely interested in Poetry other than studies.
After Pakistan independence, they shifted to Karachi and studied in Jackob Lines School. During that time likeliness to poetry they joined Murad Abadi then they joined Haider Bakhsh Jatoi Tehreek in 1954. At that time they fought against the Administration of Ayub Khan and attend mushaira and jalos during that time and write poems about Intel. In this way, they grow up and write their poetry about Inaelab and poetry related that