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Kalim Hazique
--: Biography of Kalim Hazique :--


Kalim Hazique (born 20 December 1961) is an Urdu poet, essayist, critical analyist, educator and a social worker who participated actively in bring about a change in the social and educational spere of the locality from 1981 on.
Hazique was born in Pilkhana Howrah. As an Urdu poet, he compiled his anthology of Ghazal named Khushboo ki Sawari, a Chand Khilaoney collection of Urdu Rhymes, and his collection of literary essays named Aagahi Gar Nahin (If not a consciousness) won praise and an award from the West Bengal Urdu Academy in 2003. With Afsar Ahmed, a Bengali fiction writer, he translated the Urdu Novel Do Ghaz Zamin (a two yards land) into Bengali in 1998, and was awarded the Sahitya Academy Translation Prize in 2001. He edited two Urdu magazines, Ilmo Adab in 1978 and Inkeshaf in 1984.
In 2007, he won 8th place in a poetry competition, by mushaira, as selected by Sarwar Alam Raz Sarwar.
§  his Gazal
§  Khushboo ki Sawari, Chand Khilaoney collection of Urdu Rhymes
§  Aagahi Gar Nahin (If not a consciousness), 2003.
§  Abdus Samad, Do Ghaz Zamin (a two yards land), Translators Afsar Ahmed, Kalim Hazique, 1998
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