Today marks the 26th death anniversary of famous Pakistani poetess Parveen Shakir whose verses have left an engraving on a large number of individuals dwelling in the sub-continent.
Parveen Shakir turned into an acclaimed artist with her initially distributed gathering Khushbu in 1976.
Teray paymanay main gardish nahin baqi,saqi
Kay teri mehfil say ab koi utha chahta hai.#UrduPoetry
Remembering #ParveenShakir on her 23rd death anniversary today. May her soul rest in peace, ameen. pic.twitter.com/7vwLYm5D2c
— muazzum zamir (@muazzumzamir) December 25, 2017
She got the Pride of Performance grant for her critical commitment to Urdu writing.She also worked as a teacher and a government worker.
Remembering Parveen Shakir!
— FM91 Pakistan (@FM91_official) December 26, 2017
Moreover, On 26 December 1994, Parveen Shakir left a great many her fans in grieving when in mourning when she died in a tragic car accident.
Until this day, her verses are recollected and presented by set up and trying artists.
— BOL NETWORK (@BOLNETWORK) December 26, 2017
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