Khan Abdul Ghani Khan

KHAN Abdul Ghani Khan (1914-1996) is commonly known as the ‘mad philosopher’ in Pashto literary circles because of his unique style and poetic expression. Despite being the elder son of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (also known as Bacha Khan), leader of the Khudai Khidmatgar Movement, he kept a low profile and engaged mainly in literary and artistic pursuits. He was a multifaceted personality: a poet, sculptor, painter and a philosopher in a league of his own, and has influenced almost four generations of Pakhtun youth through his vibrant and revolutionary poetry. / Dawn

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