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Sheen Kaaf Nizam Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheen_Kaaf_Nizam

Shiv Kishan Bissa
BornShiv Kishan Bissa
1945 or 1946
Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India
Pen nameSheen Kaaf Nizam
OccupationPoet, Critic
NationalityIndian
Notable worksGumshuda Dair ki Gunjti Ghantiyan
Notable awardsMahmood shirani award by Rajasthan Urdu academy Jaipur (1999-2000)

Bhasha Bharati award maysore (2001)

Bhegum Akhtar ghazal award Delhi (2006)

Rastriya Iqbal samaan (2006-2007)

Sahitya Akademi (2010)

Jnvu Gaurav Ratna (2015)

Aacharya vidhyaniwas Mishra smriti samaan Banaras (2016)

Sankriti Saurabh samaan Kolkata (2018)

Gangadhar National Award (2021)

Sheen Kaaf Nizam, born in the year 1945 or 1946 in Jodhpur, India, is an Urdu poet and literary scholar. His birth name is Shiv Kishan Bissa. Sheen Kaaf Nizam is his pen name.[1] He has edited many volumes of poets in Devanagari including Deewan-e-Ghalib and Deewan-e-Mir. [2]

Literary career[edit]

Nizam has published a number of poetry collections. Listed down are his books.[3]

  • Lamhon kee Saleeb
  • Dasht mein Dariya
  • Naad
  • Saya Koi Lamba Na Tha
  • Bayazein Kho Gayi Hai
  • Gumshuda Dair ki Gunjti Ghantiyan
  • Rasta Yeh Kahin Nahin Jaata
  • ”orr Bhi hai naam raaste ka “
  • ”saayon Ke saaye me”


Nizam's poetry collection Gumshuda Dair ki Gunjti Ghantiyan won the 2010 Sahitya Akademi Award in Urdu.[1]

Nizam compiled an appraisal of the life and works of fellow Rajasthani Urdu poet Makhmoor Saeedi titled Bheed mein akelaa was published by the Rajasthan Urdu Akademi in 2007.

He has edited a book on renowned research scholar “allama kalidas Gupta riza” titled “Ghalibiyat or gupta riza” He has also edited and introduced Morden Urdu poet “meera Ji “ with selection of his poems in Nagri. A selection of Famous Pakistani Urdu poet “munir niyazi” has also been published in Nagri by him.

Criticism[edit]

  • ”lafz dar lafz”
  • ”mani dar mani”
  • ”tazkira massir shoara e Jodhpur”

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Shafey Kidwai (29 December 2010). "Words' Worth". The Hindu. Retrieved 5 January 2011.
  2. ^ "The Write Circle with Sheen Kaaf Nizam". Siyahi | A Literary Consultancy. 14 May 2009. Retrieved 3 August 2016.
  3. ^ "Sheen Kaaf Nizam". Samanvay Indian Languages Festival. Retrieved 10 January 2013.
  4. ^ "Eminent Urdu poet Saeedi passes away". The Hindu. 4 March 2010. Archived from the original on 14 March 2010.
  5. ^ Bheed Main Akela(Articles on Makhmoor Saeedi's life & works) (Open Library). openlibrary.org. OL 18587967M.