Life of Ehsan Danish
Danish was born in Kandhla, a small town in the Muzaffarnagar district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. He belonged to a poor family and he, due to financial reasons, could not continue his study, but still learned the Arabic and Persian languages on his own. Later he migrated to Lahore and settled there permanently. He struggled very hard to earn his living. He worked as an ordinary labourer for years in odd jobs, finally becoming a poet of excellence. His autobiography, Jahan-i-Danish, is a classic and has inspired many people. He died a lonely death in the year 1982.
Ehsan Danish has written more than 80 books and hundreds of articles about and including poetry, prose, linguistics, philology, autobiographies and the famous interpretation of "Diwan-e-Ghalib". Much of his literary work is still unpublished.
Publications by Ehsan Danish
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