Abul Kalam Azad Biography | Abul Kalam Azad Life History


Abul-Kalam Azad was a great scholar and politician. We are providing you the valuable information of Abul-Kalam Azad Biography in the following lines.

His actual name was Muhaiudin Ahmad and Azad was his Pseudonym. Abul-Kalam Azad was born on 11th November 1888 in Macca. He was younger than all his siblings. He had 5 siblings in total. Azad was given the historical name of Feroz Bakht.

He was fond of reading Urdu books while his father “Molana Khair-ud-din” had kept him away from Urdu teachings. The father forced him to learn Arabic and Persian languages. He was addicted to poetry at the beginning stage of his age. For his first couplet, he was given the Pseudonym of “Azad” by Abdul Wahid Khan.

The first ever poem of Abul Kalam Azad, “Armaghan-e-Farakh” was published in Bombay magazine. After it, there was a stream of poems that were regularly published in different magazines. He introduced his own magazine named “Nearing Alam” just because of his deep interest in poetry.

He was blessed with a wonderful ability to make speeches and people were suspicious of his young age. Similarly, you will find plenty of information regarding Abul Kalam Azad’s life history in this Urdu article.


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