In Punjab, Peerzada Ghulam Ahmad Mehjoor met Urdu poets like Bismil Amritsari and Maulana Shibi Nomani. In 1908, he returned to Srinagar and then began his poetic works in Persian and Urdu. Peerzada Ghulam Ahmad spent his free time composing poetry while working as a patwari. Peerzada Ghulam Ahmad Mahjoor’s early poem, Vanta Hay Vesy was published in 1918. His poetry was based on diverse subjects. Which included expression of love, promoting unity between communities and advocating social causes. If you looking for buy Peerzada Ghulam Ahmad Mehjoor India Stamp or other Miniature Sheet then visit Philacy.com
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Peerzada Ghulam Ahmad Mehjoor was a prominent poet of the Kashmir Valley. He earned the title of father of Kashmiri language. His birthplace was in Mitrigam village of Pulwama, situated 38 km from Srinagar and 5 km from Pulwama. The Indian Postal Department has issued a postage stamp recognizing his services in Kashmir. Peerzada Ghulam Ahmad adopted his surname Mahjoor during his visit to Punjab. He received his early education from the Maktab of the famous poet Ashiq Trali of Tral. He completed his middle school education at Nusrat-ul-Islam School, Srinagar and moved to Punjab.