Manzoor Bismil

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Manzoor Bismil (BalochiUrdu: منظور بسمل ) is a Balochi-language poet.

Balochi poetry

Manzoor began writing poetry in the early 1990's with his first book Aap Rang (آپ رنگ) (2007) which gained attention from literary society. His writing style is unusual and simple which is recognized and liked by Baloch youth.[1] His published poetry collections are:

  • Aap Rang (آپ رنگ) (2000)
  • Hoshke Kaneeg (ہشکیں کانیگ) (2003)
  • Sanjharo (سانجہارو) (2005)
  • Saach (ساچ) (2008)
  • Deed Baame Bramsh (2011) (دید بامیں برمش)[2]
  • Peer Zaala Che Samainth (2013) (پیر زالء چی سما انت)

Balochi literature

Manzoor is a poet by nature but has also contributed to Balochi literature. He has worked in the Balochi Academy, Quetta where he contributed to the development of Balochi Dictionary.[3]

He also represents Balochi language, literature and culture on the forum of Deem Rawi Majlis in Muscat,Oman.