The 25th death anniversary of renowned poetess Parveen Shakir is being observed today (Dec 26). Born on November 24, 1952, in Karachi, Parveen Shakir was a self-made woman and adopted a purely eastern style in her poems.
Her famous poetry books include Khushbu, Mah-i-Tamam Sad-Barg, Khud kalaami and Inkar. The spontaneity of expression is the hallmark of her poetry that continues to mesmerise the readers, especially the youth. Parveen Shakir is remembered for the depiction of romanticism in her poetic work. She also portrayed the issues related to women. The poetess started writing at an earl
She was granted one of Pakistan’s most noteworthy respects, the Pride of Performance for her extraordinary commitment to writing in 1976. She was passed away in 1994 in a car accident.
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