Zameer Akhtar Naqvi Biography Wiki Profession Death

1NameDr.Zameer Akhtar Naqvi
2Urdu Nameضمیر اختر نقوی
3ReligionShia Muslim
5NationalityWriter, Scholar, Poet
7Date of Birth1944
8Birth PlaceIndia
10Death Place and Buried inKarachi Pakistan
11No of Books300+

Syed Zameer Akhtar Naqvi (سید ضمیر اختر نقوی) was a Shia Muslim poet, writer, and religious scholar born in Lucknow India in 1944 and died in 2020 in Karachi Pakistan. After 1947 independence he with his family moved to Pakistan permanently. He belongs to a Syed Family.

Zameer Akhtar Naqvi Early Education

Dr.Zameer Akhtar Naqvi started his early education in Lucknow India and completed his Graduation in India. He completed his Matriculation from Hussain School of Lucknow and his intermediate education from Government Jubilee College Lucknow India.

He holds a graduation degree from Shia College of Lucknow India. After moving to Karachi he did not stop his study and got a Doctorate Degree from the University of Karachi. He holds a strong grip on multiple disciplines like Science, Philosophy, Literature, Islamic History, Culture, and Journalism.

Dr.Syed Zameer Akhtar Naqvi Books

In his whole life, he wrote multiple books on multiple topics. He wrote more than 300 books on Islamic History, literature, culture, religion, philosophy, sociology, science, languages, journalism, and Events of Karbala.

List of Dr.Zameer Akhtar Naqvi’s Famous Books

  • Dabistan E Nasikh
  • Josh Maleeh Abadi Kay marsiye
  • Nawadirat Marsia Nigari (1-2 and 3)
  • Shora Mustafa Abad (1 and 2)
  • Zuljinah Hazrat Imam Hussain as
  • Zulfiqar The Sword of Hazrat Ali as
  • Ashaab Imam Hussain as
  • Ehsaan-o-Emaan
  • Halat Zindagi Ashab e Hazrat Ali as
  • Hazrat Umm e Kalsoom sa
  • Hazrat Qasim Bin Hassan as
  • Hazrat Shehr Bano sa
  • Hazrat Ummul Baneen sa (Mother of Hazrat Abbas as)

Syed Zameer Akhtar Naqvi’s Death

Zameer Akhtar died in the year 2020 in Karachi Pakistan due to a heart attack. His death was a huge loss for all his listeners and lovers. followers. Million of his followers joined his funeral prayers and it was one of the most crowded funerals in Karachi Pakistan.