Urdu Literature (humour) in 1956.
Well-known physicist Dr Abdul Salam, who was also studying at Government College, Jhang at the point, was recognized by Dr Agha as a young man of exceptional intellectual qualities. Wazir Agha was the editor of the college magazine ‘Chanab’ and on his demand; Salam wrote a play for the magazine. Next year, Agha left for Lahore. In his book ‘Inshai Tanqeed’, lecturer Jamil Aazar relates Wazir Agha’s ‘Dastak Us Key Darwazey Par’ with Hermann Hesse’s novel ‘Journey to the East’.
Dr Wazir Agha is a great name in criticism and his most famous Urdu works are: Adam Mein Tanz-o-Mazah (1958), Takhleequi Amal (1970), Urdu Shairi Ka Mizaaj (1965), Tasawuraat-e- Ishq-o- Khird – Iqbal Ki Nazar Mein (1977), Majeed Amjad Ki Dastaan-e-Muhabbat (1991) and Ghalib Ka Zauq-e-Tamasha (1997).
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