Shah Dil Awan

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Shah Muhammad Awan (Urdu: شاہ محمد اعوان ) born October 12, 1978, in Chak 35 N.B (کوٹ اعوان)Sargodha, widely known as Shah Dil Awan (شاہ دل اعوان ), is a poet, writer, and politician, as well as an academic, advocate and journalist.

Education

Shah Dil Awan got early education from his town and Matriculation from Govt Model High School No.1 Sargodha. F.Sc Pre Medical from Govt Ambala Muslim College Sargodha. He have passed B.A and M.A in Urdu, from University of the Punjab, Lahore Pakistan. LLB, completed from Mohamdan Law College, Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, Pakistan.

Selected awards and recognition

Publications

Shah Dil Awan published 6 books on different topics. Details are as under

  1. Tanhaian Ae Kash Na Hotein Poetry (2005)
  2. Manzar e Soon (History) (2009)
  3. Zakhm Taza Hain (Poetry) (2010)
  4. Qadianion K Kufar Awr Rah E Nijat (Research) (2010)
  5. Mashaheer E Soon (Research) (2015)
  6. Tohfat Al Awan (Research) (2016)

Newspapers

Shah Dil Awan is Chief Editor of following national newspapers.

References

Contest For Member National Assembly NA 48 By Election 2013

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