रविवार, जून 01, 2008

Firdaus Khan

Firdaus Khan is known as the princess of the island of the words. She is a journalist, poetess and story writer. She knows many languages. She has worked for several years in Doordarshan Kendra and reputed newspapers of the country.

She also edited several weekly newspapers and magazines.  Her programs are broadcast from All India Radio and Doordarshan Kendra. She has also worked for All India Radio and News channels. She writes for various newspapers, magazines, books, news and feature agencies of the country and abroad.
She has been awarded many awards for excellent journalism, skillful editing and iconic writing. She has also been participating in the Kavi Sammelan and Musashirs. She She has also studied Indian classical music.
She was also an editor of the monthly Paigam-e-Madar-e-Vatan. Se is an editor in Star News Agency. There are also two news portal named 'Star News Agency' and 'Star Web Media'.

She believes in spirituality and is associated with Sufism.
She has written a book ' Ganga-Jamuni Sanskriti ke Agrdoot' based on the life philosophy of Sufi-saints, published by Prabhat Publishing Group in the year 2009. She considers her father late Sattar Ahmed Khan and her mother Shrimati Khusushudi Khan as their ideal. She has translated the national song Vande Mataram into Punjabi.

It is notable that first of all, Firdaus Khan had addressed Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi as Shahzada. And since then, the term 'Shahzada' is being used for Rahul Gandhi.

At present, She is translating the Quran Kareem in simple language. So that more people can read the Quran, understand and reach the message of the Quran to them. She also writes blogs. She has many blogs. Firdaus Diary and Meri Diary are her Hindi blogs. Heer is a Punjabi blog. Jahannuma is an Urdu blog and The Princess of the Words is an English blog. Rahe-Haq is her spiritual blog.

Her  poetry have the effect of making anyone her fan.But when she writes on the situation, her words will become more sharp than the sword. While her poetry has love, dedication, spirituality and purity, there are burning questions in the articles, which force the reader to think.
She says about herself- My words reveal my feelings and my thoughts, because my words are my identity.