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Bashir Badr Biography

Full Name Syed Muhammad Bashir
Nick Name Bashir Badr
Known as Bashir Badr
Nationality Indian
Residence Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, India (Lives in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh)
Address unknown
Occupation Urdu Poet
Debut unknown

Bashir Badr Age Birthday Birth Place Education

Age 82 Years
Sex unknown
Date of Birth 15 February 1935
Birth Place Ayodhya, United Province, British India (Now, Uttar Pradesh, India)
School Not Known
College Aligarh Muslim University
Qualification B.A. From Aligarh Muslim University M.A. From Aligarh Muslim University Ph.D. From Aligarh Muslim University
Hobbies Reading, Writing

Bashir Badr Biography : Family

Father Name Not Known (an Assistant Accountant in the Indian Police)
Mother Name Not Known
Sister Not
Brother Not Known

Bashir Badr biography : personal life

Married or not ? Married
Wife Rahat Badr (2nd wife) & One More
Boy Friend unknown
Children Sons- Nusrat Badr and Masum Badr (from 1st wife), Taiyeb Badr (from 2nd wife; Rahat) Daughter- Saba Badr (from 1st wife)

Syed Muhammad Bashir Salary And Net Worth

Salary unknown
Net Worth unknown

Bashir Badr Biography : other

Awards/Honours • Honoured with the Padma Shri by the Government of India in 1999 • The Government of India awarded him the Sahitya Akademi Award in Urdu for his poetry collection “Aas” in 1999 • Awarded with ‘Chirag Hasran Hasrat Award’

Bashir Badr biography: favorite things

Her Favourite Poets are Mir Taqi Mir, Ghalib, Majrooh Sultanpuri, Faiz Ahmad Faiz.

Bashir Badr Biography : Some Facts

  • Bashir was born as the 4th child of Sayyed Nazir and Aaliya Begum in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh.
  • His father was an Assistant Accountant in the Indian Police and highly respected in the community.
  • Bashir started doing poetry at the age of seven.
  • At the age of 16, Bashir had to discontinue his studies to earn for the family as his father was ill.
  • While in Merrut, Bashir lost his entire belongings, when his house was set on fire on communal grounds. This event had affected him badly and he went through an anguish and dejection. Soon, he also lost his wife. He gave up writing and kept himself in desolation for a long time.