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Jamiluddin Aali

Chairman

Senate’s Standing Committee of Education , Scientific and Technological Research

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Senate’s Standing Committee of Education , Scientific and Technological Research

Background Information

Employment History

President

Pakistan's


Chancellor

Federal Urdu University


Various Positions

National Bank of Pakistan


Deputy Chair

Senate Finance Committee


Affiliations

The Anjuman-i Taraqqi-i Urdu

Honorary Secretary


Pakistan Banking Council

Membeivexecutive Board


Anujuman

Honorary Secretary


Urdu College

Honorary Administrator for Three Years


Education

sciences

Federal Urdu University


honorary D.Litt. degrees

University of Karachi


Web References(24 Total References)


www.go-pakistan.com

Jamiluddin Aali: Jeevay, Jeevay Pakistan
In poetry, Mr. Aali has been an innovator par excellence, in so far as he has revived the classical form of doha and adapted it into Urdu imparting a distinct South Asian Muslim cultural flavour while retaining its beauty. Besides doha he has also written ghazals, poems, lyrical ballads or geets and patriotic songs. His long poems reflect a unique discourse on great Scientific and Philosophical themes, blended with aesthetics. At mushairas Aali recited dohas in his melodious voice, which became instant hit and made him one of the most sought-after poets at poetry recitals. His Dohas do have a tinge of Hindustani Language and also the rural Urdu dialect which is still being spoken in parts of North India. The Urdu Science College (now Urdu University - where all subjects upto the level of Masters are taught in Urdu) building was raised during Mr. Aali's tenure. He was highly instrumental in growth of the English-Urdu Dictionary of baba-i-UrduDr. Moulvi Abdul Haq and in the arrangement and publication of some rare manuscripts and great classics has been one of Mr. Jamiluddin Aali's main passion. He is one of the principal founding fathers of the Pakistan Writers Guild during the Ayub Khan era along with Qudratullah Shahab which has a membership comprising men of the letters of all Pakistani languages. Mr. Aali has been constantly devoted to services for the welfare of indigent Pakistani Writers and the bereaved families of those who are no more. Mr. Jamiluddin Aali as an expansion of his activities also entered the field of practical social science. He has been a Senator from Sindh in the upper house of parliament where he was also elected as Chairman of Senate's Standing Committee of Education, Scientific and Technological Research. The many awards he has received include the President's Pride of Performance, Hilal-i-Imtiaz, Canadian Urdu Academy Award, Sant Kabeer Awardand Kamal-i-Fun Award. Besides, he has received honorary D.Litt. degrees from a private university and the University of Karachi. He has a huge collection of photographs with a number of renowned personalities, and even with JFK and at a gathering in Harvard where he used to wear Jinnah Cap and even as of today he religiously follows it. In these troubled times which Pakistan is facing on various fronts, he is a optimist to the core. (1) His Rare Collection : Audio Poetry of Jamiluddin Aali during Radio Pakistan Karachi Mushaira 1963 (2)Jeevay Jeevay Pakistan. All time favourites in his own voice can be heard here. You will have to choose Aali from the drop down menu. Credits: Article on Jamiluddin Aali in DAWN by Naseer Ahmed; Raju Jamil, for his photo collection; Mushaira.org; Urdulife.co.


pakistaniat.com

Jamiluddin Aali: Jeevay, Jeevay Pakistan
Seen in the photo are Obaidullah Aleem, Professor Jamil Akhtar, Professor Mumtaz Hussain, Jamiluddin Aali (standing), Ibn-e-Insha and Pir Hisamuddin Rashdi. In poetry, Mr. Aali has been an innovator par excellence, in so far as he has revived the classical form of doha and adapted it into Urdu imparting a distinct South Asian Muslim cultural flavour while retaining its beauty. Besides doha he has also written ghazals, poems, lyrical ballads or geets and patriotic songs. His long poems reflect a unique discourse on great Scientific and Philosophical themes, blended with aesthetics. At mushairas Aali recited dohas in his melodious voice, which became instant hit and made him one of the most sought-after poets at poetry recitals. His Dohas do have a tinge of Hindustani Language and also the rural Urdu dialect which is still being spoken in parts of North India. During the 1965 war, the Chairman PIA then approached Jamiluddin Aali to write something focusing on integration of East and West Pakistan as problems had started arising between two wings of our country then. Jamiluddin Aali then wrote 'Jeevay Jeevay Pakistan', which was recorded by the then PIA Arts Academy under Hameed Nasim. As the world celebrated Women`s Year in 1976, Aali composed Hum ma-ain, hum behnain, hum baiteyan - a song that was banned by the Zia regime and was subsequently employed to good effect by the Benazir government. In 1986, Aali wrote a song, Jo nam wohi pahchan, Pakistan, at the request of former president Ghulam Ishaq Khan. Mr. Aali has been constantly devoted to services for the welfare of indigent Pakistani Writers and the bereaved families of those who are no more. Mr. Jamiluddin Aali as an expansion of his activities also entered the field of practical social science. He has been a Senator from Sindh in the upper house of parliament where he was also elected as Chairman of Senate’s Standing Committee of Education, Scientific and Technological Research. The many awards he has received include the President’s Pride of Performance, Hilal-i-Imtiaz, Canadian Urdu Academy Award, Sant Kabeer Awardand Kamal-i-Fun Award. Besides, he has received honorary D.Litt. degrees from a private university and the University of Karachi. He has a huge collection of photographs with a number of renowned personalities, and even with JFK and at a gathering in Harvard where he used to wear Jinnah Cap and even as of today he religiously follows it. In these troubled times which Pakistan is facing on various fronts, he is a optimist to the core. The photo below is the occadion of Pakistan writers guild's 10th anniversary on January 31, 1968 at Hotel Metropole, Karachi. Jamiluddin Aali, Secretary PWG on mike with Shahid Ahmed Dehlavi on his left followed by Hafeez Jallundhari (who wrote Pakistan's National Anthem) and Akhtar Hussain Saheb, former Governer West Pakistan and President Anjuman-e-tarraqi-e-Urdu Pakistan. The photo shows Qateel Shifai, Zehra Nigah, Parveen Fana Syed, Iftikhar Arif, Himayat Ali Shaiyar, I.H. Burney (Host BCCI), Zamir Jannery, Jamiluddin Aali and guest. In the following photo Neelofer Abbasi is seen interviewing Jamiluddin Aali during daily morning show 'subah-e-nau' of Radio Pakistan. (1) His Rare Collection : Audio Poetry of Jamiluddin Aali during Radio Pakistan Karachi Mushaira 1963 (2)Jeevay Jeevay Pakistan. All time favourites in his own voice can be heard here. You will have to choose Aali from the drop down menu. The 1965 War got Aali to compose his first national song. Poetry is by Jamiluddin Aali and the song is sung by Mehdi Zaheer. 1. Article on Jamiluddin Aali in DAWN by Naseer Ahmed; Jamiluddin Aali never appeared in the Central Superior Services examination CSS 1951. Owais Mughal says: September 10th, 2009 3:38 pm Last photo of the post added today. It is just above the heading 'Audio collection' and shows a radio interview of Jamiluddin Aali with Neelofer Abbasi in the program 'subah-e-nau'


www.archpresspk.com [cached]

Jamiluddin Aali's - Profile
Jamiluddin Aali's - Profile: The charisma, the intellect, the visionary, I could associate to through all stages of my life. Jamiluddin Aali's multifaceted contribution cannot be rendered in few words as every aspect of his life requires an in-depth lifetime research. On one hand, his intellectual contribution in forms of ghazals, 'dohas', prose and songs fascinates many generations and on other hand his struggle to earn due recognition for Urdu as national language brings him in the line of national heroes. Establishment of 'Urdu Dictionary Board', 'Pakistan's Writers' Guild' and managing the office as Honorary Secretary of Anjuman-i Taraqqi-i Urdu for 62 years unveil another aspect of his life in which he devotes himself for the welfare of writers and promotion and dissemination of Urdu language. While rendering his services in the fields of literature, education and politics, he also carves a niche for himself in banking sector and attains the highest positions. With great determination and steadiness he travelled his long journey of successes and achievements through the difficult circumstances of his time. Now, when he has embarked on another journey to the next world, his thoughts, his work and his memories are left behind for future generations to reflect upon. Jamiluddin Aali's admirers and followers are spread all over the world. Being a widely published scholar both at national and international levels, his work and personality draws attention of academia for delve into. Paying tribute to the dignitary, Lt. General (R) Sahabzada Yaqub Khan noted that Jamiluddin Aali interpreted his own metaphysical aspects of being. "Jamiluddin Aali had shown a great depth of understanding on consciousness, art, and on the resistance, as it is very difficult to cover such a vast field of human endeavor". - Sahabzada Yaqub Khan Jamiluddin Aali was a profound poet, upright columnist, scholarly analyst, renowned researcher, professional banker and a leader who possessed very fine leadership qualities. The life of Jamiluddin Aali is a synchronized combination of prose and poetry, 'dohas' and 'geets', thoughts and practice. Major segments of his life are seen as holistic efforts to create awareness for education, disseminate and promote Urdu literature and culture, instill the sense of patriotism and spiritualism and to leave a legacy for future generations. Jamiluddin Aali was a man of multiple talents who served the nation in many diversified fields. About such unique characteristics, Ameena Saiyid OBE writes and I quote: 'Multiplicity seems to have been a characteristic of his personality. Aali jee wore many hats in his life. He was a successful banker for much of his life yet found the time to be a protector and benefactor of Urdu by working or campaigning for institutions like The Writers' Guild, The Urdu Dictionary Board, The Anjuman-i Taraqqi-i Urdu, Urdu College, and the Pakistan Academy of Letters. He was in every way a Renaissance man and the preserver of a great tradition. ' - Ameena Saiyid OBE Jamiluddin Aali was born to Sir Ameeruddin Ahmed Khan, the great grandson of Nawab Ahmed Bakhsh Khan and to Syeda Jamila Baigum, the direct descendant of Khwaja Mir Dard. In 1967, Jamiluddin Aali joined the National Bank of Pakistan where he held various positions up to Senior Executive Vice President. He also rose to the rank of Member Executive Board of both NBP and Pakistan Banking Council. He remained with NBP until his retirement in 1988. In 1971 he obtained an FEL and LLB degrees from the University of Karachi. He was also elected as the member of the Senate for a six-year term. He authored many books, poetry, 'dohas', songs and columns. As a poet... In poetry, Jamiluddin Aali is well known for the revival of the classic form of 'doha' (a ghazal couplet containing a complete theme in two lines) which he adapted it into Urdu imparting a distinct South Asian Muslim cultural essence. Besides 'doha' he also wrote ghazals, poems, 'geets' (lyrical ballads) and national songs. His long poems reflect a unique discourse on great scientific and philosophical themes, blended with aesthetics. His penchant of work has kept him for doing full justice to his primary talent, being poetry. While he has published about ten books in prose, his poetry collections remain comparatively small. His 'dohas' and poetry paint a true picture of our society facing numerous challenges of illiteracy, inequality and disparity. Aali is regarded by most critics as a poet of considerable and notable talent. His poetry also embraces the spirit of social democracy and describes the injustice in the society in a profound manner. In prose, Jamiluddin Aali is famous for his keen interest in penning down his travel experiences in form of travelogues with a flavor of patriotism in a very subtle manner. He persuaded through prose, his mission of searching and dissemination of knowledge. As an analyst ... As an anchor person and analyst, Jamiluddin Aali also appeared on Pakistan Television. One of his programs on Pakistan Television by the name of 'Dunya Pakistan' carried a comprehensive content on social and economic issues of Pakistan. It focused on the fact that Pakistan is a resourceful country and is unparalleled in many ways. Jamiluddin Aali used to extrapolate statistically the quotes of Quaid-e-Azam about the natural resources of the country. Those extrapolations and analysis still hold true. As a leader... Anjuman-i Taraqqi-i Urdu is an institute which publishes books, journals and periodicals and promotes literature and culture in the society. It has a worth treasure of researches and critics. Jamiluddin Aali remained very instrumental in the publication by the Anjuman of around 300 books and manuscripts to which he has contributed learned introductions. Maulvi-Abdul-Haque He also held the position of the Chairman of Urdu Dictionary Board. After Maulvi Abdul Haq, Jamiluddin Aali took the reins of Anjuman Taraqqi-e-Urdu Pakistan and completed 62 years of service as Honorary Secretary of Anujuman till 2014 which celebrated its 111th anniversary. After that he remained lifetime honorary advisor to the Anjuman. Under the aegis of this very Anjuman he was associated as Honorary Secretary for 12 years and Honorary Administrator for three years with the Urdu College and expanded the College into Federal Government University and remained the Deputy Chair of its Senate for 3 years. There was a time when College went into crisis and had no money to pay the salaries. Jamiluddin Aali mortgaged his personal property in the bank and acquired loan to pay the salary to the staff of the college. He substantially contributed honorary, to the establishment of Federal Urdu University with two campuses already in Karachi and a third in Islamabad with more than 1500 students in sciences. This service was widely acclaimed at the national and International levels. In lieu of his age-long voluntary services in academia, the President of Pakistan, who is also the Chancellor of the Federal Urdu University, appointed him the Honorary Deputy Chair of its Senate in April 2002 . He presided over this Senate in the Chancellor's absence for several years. Stone-laying-cermony-Urdu-College Jamiluddin Aali also entered the field of practical social science and rendered his services as a Senator from Sindh in the upper house of parliament. Being an elected member of Senate of Pakistan, he rose to the position of Chairman of Standing Committee for Education, Science and Technology. He presented 16 resolutions on education in the Senate and all were accepted. Pakistan Writers' Guild was the brain child of Jamiluddin Aali who was joined by a group of intellectual minds including Qudratullah Shahab, Ibn-e-Inshaa, Abbas Ahmed Abbasi, Shahid Ahmed Dehlvi and many more. The strong networking of Jamiluddin Aali helped in raising the money for the Guild which now has a membership comprising men of the letters of all Pakistani languages. Mr. Aali had been constantly devoted his services for the welfare of indigent Pakistani Writers and the bereaved families of those who are no more. Once a writer visited Jamiluddin Aali at his residence and invited him to preside over the launching ceremony of one of her books. Jamiluddin Aali consented to grace the occasion and handed over his visiting card. When the writer looked at the card, it had no address but a single word 'Pakistan'. It shows his love for the country and his position which requires no other introduction. He always carried the flag of Pakistan in the world and urged Pakistanis to pay back to the country as he himself always contributed for the betterment of Pakistan.


www.archpresspk.com

Jamiluddin Aali's - Profile
Jamiluddin Aali's multifaceted contribution cannot be rendered in few words as every aspect of his life requires an in-depth lifetime research. On one hand, his intellectual contribution in forms of ghazals, 'dohas', prose and songs fascinates many generations and on other hand his struggle to earn due recognition for Urdu as national language brings him in the line of national heroes. Establishment of 'Urdu Dictionary Board', 'Pakistan's Writers' Guild' and managing the office as Honorary Secretary of Anjuman-i Taraqqi-i Urdu for 62 years unveil another aspect of his life in which he devotes himself for the welfare of writers and promotion and dissemination of Urdu language. While rendering his services in the fields of literature, education and politics, he also carves a niche for himself in banking sector and attains the highest positions. With great determination and steadiness he travelled his long journey of successes and achievements through the difficult circumstances of his time. Now, when he has embarked on another journey to the next world, his thoughts, his work and his memories are left behind for future generations to reflect upon. Jamiluddin Aali's admirers and followers are spread all over the world. Being a widely published scholar both at national and international levels, his work and personality draws attention of academia for delve into. Paying tribute to the dignitary, Lt. General (R) Sahabzada Yaqub Khan noted that Jamiluddin Aali interpreted his own metaphysical aspects of being. "Jamiluddin Aali had shown a great depth of understanding on consciousness, art, and on the resistance, as it is very difficult to cover such a vast field of human endeavor". - Sahabzada Yaqub Khan Jamiluddin Aali was a profound poet, upright columnist, scholarly analyst, renowned researcher, professional banker and a leader who possessed very fine leadership qualities. The life of Jamiluddin Aali is a synchronized combination of prose and poetry, 'dohas' and 'geets', thoughts and practice. Major segments of his life are seen as holistic efforts to create awareness for education, disseminate and promote Urdu literature and culture, instill the sense of patriotism and spiritualism and to leave a legacy for future generations. Jamiluddin Aali was a man of multiple talents who served the nation in many diversified fields. About such unique characteristics, Ameena Saiyid OBE writes and I quote: 'Multiplicity seems to have been a characteristic of his personality. Aali jee wore many hats in his life. He was a successful banker for much of his life yet found the time to be a protector and benefactor of Urdu by working or campaigning for institutions like The Writers' Guild, The Urdu Dictionary Board, The Anjuman-i Taraqqi-i Urdu, Urdu College, and the Pakistan Academy of Letters. He was in every way a Renaissance man and the preserver of a great tradition. ' - Ameena Saiyid OBE Jamiluddin Aali was born to Sir Ameeruddin Ahmed Khan, the great grandson of Nawab Ahmed Bakhsh Khan and to Syeda Jamila Baigum, the direct descendant of Khwaja Mir Dard. In 1967, Jamiluddin Aali joined the National Bank of Pakistan where he held various positions up to Senior Executive Vice President. He also rose to the rank of Member Executive Board of both NBP and Pakistan Banking Council. He remained with NBP until his retirement in 1988. In 1971 he obtained an FEL and LLB degrees from the University of Karachi. He was also elected as the member of the Senate for a six-year term. He authored many books, poetry, 'dohas', songs and columns. As a poet… In poetry, Jamiluddin Aali is well known for the revival of the classic form of 'doha' (a ghazal couplet containing a complete theme in two lines) which he adapted it into Urdu imparting a distinct South Asian Muslim cultural essence. Besides 'doha' he also wrote ghazals, poems, 'geets' (lyrical ballads) and national songs. His long poems reflect a unique discourse on great scientific and philosophical themes, blended with aesthetics. His penchant of work has kept him for doing full justice to his primary talent, being poetry. While he has published about ten books in prose, his poetry collections remain comparatively small. His 'dohas' and poetry paint a true picture of our society facing numerous challenges of illiteracy, inequality and disparity. Aali is regarded by most critics as a poet of considerable and notable talent. His poetry also embraces the spirit of social democracy and describes the injustice in the society in a profound manner. In prose, Jamiluddin Aali is famous for his keen interest in penning down his travel experiences in form of travelogues with a flavor of patriotism in a very subtle manner. He persuaded through prose, his mission of searching and dissemination of knowledge. As an analyst ... As an anchor person and analyst, Jamiluddin Aali also appeared on Pakistan Television. One of his programs on Pakistan Television by the name of 'Dunya Pakistan' carried a comprehensive content on social and economic issues of Pakistan. It focused on the fact that Pakistan is a resourceful country and is unparalleled in many ways. Jamiluddin Aali used to extrapolate statistically the quotes of Quaid-e-Azam about the natural resources of the country. Those extrapolations and analysis still hold true. As a leader… Anjuman-i Taraqqi-i Urdu is an institute which publishes books, journals and periodicals and promotes literature and culture in the society. It has a worth treasure of researches and critics. Jamiluddin Aali remained very instrumental in the publication by the Anjuman of around 300 books and manuscripts to which he has contributed learned introductions. Maulvi-Abdul-Haque He also held the position of the Chairman of Urdu Dictionary Board. After Maulvi Abdul Haq, Jamiluddin Aali took the reins of Anjuman Taraqqi-e-Urdu Pakistan and completed 62 years of service as Honorary Secretary of Anujuman till 2014 which celebrated its 111th anniversary. After that he remained lifetime honorary advisor to the Anjuman. Under the aegis of this very Anjuman he was associated as Honorary Secretary for 12 years and Honorary Administrator for three years with the Urdu College and expanded the College into Federal Government University and remained the Deputy Chair of its Senate for 3 years. There was a time when College went into crisis and had no money to pay the salaries. Jamiluddin Aali mortgaged his personal property in the bank and acquired loan to pay the salary to the staff of the college. He substantially contributed honorary, to the establishment of Federal Urdu University with two campuses already in Karachi and a third in Islamabad with more than 1500 students in sciences. This service was widely acclaimed at the national and International levels. In lieu of his age-long voluntary services in academia, the President of Pakistan, who is also the Chancellor of the Federal Urdu University, appointed him the Honorary Deputy Chair of its Senate in April 2002 . He presided over this Senate in the Chancellor's absence for several years. Stone-laying-cermony-Urdu-College Jamiluddin Aali also entered the field of practical social science and rendered his services as a Senator from Sindh in the upper house of parliament. Being an elected member of Senate of Pakistan, he rose to the position of Chairman of Standing Committee for Education, Science and Technology. He presented 16 resolutions on education in the Senate and all were accepted. Pakistan Writers' Guild was the brain child of Jamiluddin Aali who was joined by a group of intellectual minds including Qudratullah Shahab, Ibn-e-Inshaa, Abbas Ahmed Abbasi, Shahid Ahmed Dehlvi and many more. The strong networking of Jamiluddin Aali helped in raising the money for the Guild which now has a membership comprising men of the letters of all Pakistani languages. Mr. Aali had been constantly devoted his services for the welfare of indigent Pakistani Writers and the bereaved families of those who are no more. Once a writer visited Jamiluddin Aali at his residence and invited him to preside over the launching ceremony of one of her books. Jamiluddin Aali consented to grace the occasion and handed over his visiting card. When the writer looked at the card, it had no address but a single word 'Pakistan'. It shows his love for the country and his position which requires no other introduction. He always carried the flag of Pakistan in the world and urged Pakistanis to pay back to the country as he himself always contributed for the betterme


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I was born on August 14, 1949, and am the second oldest son of Jamiluddin Aali & Tayyaba Bano.
You are the son of Mr. Jamiluddin Aali, who has made enormous contributions to Urdu poetry; tell us about his accomplishments and what it was like growing up in such a culturally rich and poetic environment? Actor, Banker, Jamiluddin Aali, Pakistan, Zulqarnain Jamil Aali


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