Muhammad Sjjad Mirza baig Dehlvi (1876-1928) (محمد سجاد مرزا بیگ دھلوی) was prominent Urdu Novelist, Essayist from British India his famous Novels are Dil-e-Figar and Tamana-e-Deed.His other works are Al-Insan,Al-Istadlal,Tasheel-ul-Balaghat and Al-fehrist.He was born in dehli.In 1915 Nizam of Deccan issued 200 rupees monthly scholarship for him. He died due to paralysis on 2 February 1928 in Hyderabad India.

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  • Muhammad Sjjad Mirza baig Dehlvi (1876-1928) (محمد سجاد مرزا بیگ دھلوی) was prominent Urdu Novelist, Essayist from British India his famous Novels are Dil-e-Figar and Tamana-e-Deed.His other works are Al-Insan,Al-Istadlal,Tasheel-ul-Balaghat and Al-fehrist.He was born in dehli.In 1915 Nizam of Deccan issued 200 rupees monthly scholarship for him. He died due to paralysis on 2 February 1928 in Hyderabad India. (en)
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