Bashir Badr, born on the February 15th 1935 at Ayodhya, did B.A. M.A. and Ph D. from Aligarh Muslim University. He worked as a lecturer in the Aligarh Muslim University and later as the lecturer and head of the department of Meerut College, Meerut for 17 years. He knows Persian, Hindi and English as well.
He has brought out more than seven collections of poems in Urdu and one in Hindi. He has seven collections of Ghazals.
Bashir at home
Innocence touches your heart, when you’ll see the simplicity enfolded in purity of human soul. Bashir’s home is like any others common man’s home. Dr. Bashir very much chooses to lead a customary standard of living. At the age of 76yrs, he still helps in daily chores and chooses to do his tasks by himself. He has an immense regard and honour for the guests. He shall leave no stone unturned in the hospitality extended
Sayyed Mohd. Bashir Badr was born into a Muslim family at Ayodhya, in India. This city is known for its cultural and religious history. Bashir was the fourth child of Sayyed Nazir and Aaliya Begum.
His father was an Assistant Accountant in the Indian Police and highly respected in the community. Bashir as a child was far clearer in thoughts and visions of life than the children of his age.
Dr Bashir Badr did his schooling from Halim College, Kanpur. He completed his high schooling in the yr 1949 from Islamiya College, Itawa.
Thereafter, he had to take a break from his studies owing to the fact that; he had to take care of the family, due to the ill-health of his father, ‘Sayyed Mohd. Nazir’.
Bashir Badr lost his entire belongings, when his house was set on fire in…yr. This event had a great effect on him and he went through an anguish and dejection. He kept himself in desolation for a long time, cut off from the outside world. He gave up writing.
Later owing to constant insisting by friends, he moved to Bhopal. Here he met Dr. Rahat, to be his wife in future.
Naseem Nikahat, editor Aalimi Sahara Urdu, Delhi, took this interview over the telephone. The medium of communication though was a telephone, yet it is one of the best interviews of Bashir Badr. Poet Nilesh Neel has...
When the world is seeing him as a departed person who would no more walk the earth, I see him as an imprint on the world of voice, which for eternity will remain inimitable. He may have gone as a living body but my...
‘International Readers Society of Poet Bashir Badr’ is a non-governmental and non-profit organization. Founded in 2004; it is an undertake to divulge the riches of Bashir Badr’s written work. IRSPBB dedicates its efforts in promotion of Urdu poet Bashir’s commended work to the general readers...
Bashir wrote this poetry in the magazine named “NAI KADRE” page no. 3 volume 4, year 1958 Hyderabad, Pakistan. The poetry was written as a visionary in the light of what Bashir forethought of himself in future.
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Ujjale Apani Yaadon Ke…
This book has exclusively being publicized on the website. It is tribute to Mr. Vineet Pathak from Jabalpur. Mr. Vineet Pathak was an all time fan of Dr. Bashir Badr. And he insisted that he wants to publish the book. "Ujjale apni yadon ke..." Bashir gave him the rights to do so.
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Bashir express grief for the deceased sunlit voice Jagjit Singh