|Birth Day||June 29, 1914|
|Age||106 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||May 11, 1974 (age 59)|
Pakistani, Urdu-language poet who is best known for his philosophical poetry and ghazals. His collected works were published in 1989 under the title of Kuliyat-e-Majeed Amjad.
He studied Persian and Arabic at a Punjab mosque and later entered Islamia College in Lahore. He published his debut poetry collection, Shab-e-Rafta, in 1958.
He lost his position as Editor of the Arooj newspaper after the paper published one of his anti-British Empire poems.
He married his cousin, a Teacher, in 1939. The couple later divorced.