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Islami Tehzeeb aur us kay Usul o Mubadi by Syed Abul Aala Maududi
Her first collection of poetry, Tehzesbpublished inwon the prestigious Adamjee Prize for Literature. This collection of traditional ghazals was followed by a collection of nazms ; translations of foreign poetry; and by many works in free verse. She also wrote for children and for the daily newspaper Jang ; published her autobiography in it appeared the following year in India ; and in saw her collected poetic work released in a page volume entitled Dasht-i-Qais Mein Laila.
Her daily columns in Jang were also collected and published in The Library of Congress has 25 works by Kishwar Naheed in its collection.
She held the position of Director General of the Pakistan National Council of Arts before her retirement, edited a prestigious literary magazine called Mah-i- Nauand founded an organization named Hawwa Eve whose goal is to help women without independent incomes to become financially independent through cottage industries tehxeeb selling handicrafts.
Islami Tehzeeb By Shaykh Mufti Muhammad Zaid Mazahiri | AhleSunnah Library
So little has been written about islmi in Pakistan that this book by Kishwar Naheed must be counted among the very first to appear on this topic. She has been Managing Director of the National Council of Arts, Pakistan, for several years and even otherwise has been personally involved with the Arts and the artists in her professional and private life. The book is comprehensive and touches on every aspect of Pakistani culture covering all its provinces, literature, fine arts, tehzfeb places, theatre, film and drama, food, festivals and sports.
There is no aspect of culture that the book has left untouched.
As could be expected from a writer of her stature, in places it is tfhzeeb of the suppression of cultural activities during the Martial Law of General Zia ul Haq. There is of course a personal touch in her treatment of her subject. Author Description Kishwar Naheed is one of the best- known feminist poets of Pakistan.