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Readers Also Enjoyed. About Josh Malihabadi. Josh Malihabadi. He did his senior Cambridge from St. Peter's College, Agra in In , he spent about six months at Shantiniketan. He studied Arabic and Persian. Due to the death of his father, Bashir Ahmed Khan, in , Josh was unable to avail of a college education.
In , Josh started work at the Osmania University, supervising translation work. He was exiled from the state of Hyderabad for writing a nazm against the Nizam. Soon, he was being called "shaayar-e-inquilaab". Dear reader, please upgrade to the latest version of IE to have a better reading experience.
While still in the press, large portions were either lost or stolen. The volume running to pages discusses in detail the sad story of the manuscript written by Josh. Dr Naqvi is a distinguished scholar who, apart from his other research interests and critical studies, has to his credit a number of books devoted to the study of the life and works of Josh.
But to his disappointment he found out that a number of pages from that too were missing. Naqvi succeeded in tracing the calligraphist of this manuscript who confirmed writing this chapter in which Josh had talked about a number of his contemporaries.
After searching further, Naqvi finally succeeded in retrieving most of those lost or stolen papers from Rafiq Naqsh, the editor of a literary journal. Naqsh, however, refused to name the person who had handed him the pages.
Being a researcher, Naqvi was very curious about this mysterious man was and his motive.
Was it an attempt to see that this chapter is deleted from the book? But why?
The calligraphist said that Sibte Sahib had asked him to delete the remarks made by Josh and Firaq, which he had refused to unless asked by Josh Sahib. But can we rely on Dr Aliya Imam and Raghib Muradabadi when they have no evidence to offer in support of their suspicion? As for the evidence advanced by the calligraphist, it is of course understandable.
Sibte Sahib might have asked him to delete remarks concerning him, which were certainly not in good taste. But why would be have the entire chapter deleted? That is simply unconvincing. It was because of his indecisiveness that he could not stick to any one version of his autobiography and went on making drastic changes so that, as Dr Naqvi, tells us, we have more than three manuscripts from him.
Moreover, he did not keep his papers in order. It appears that all kind of visitors had an easy access to his manuscripts. So his own carelessness has played havoc with his book.
Dr Naqvi has tried his best to retrieve all the lost papers which formed a part of the original text. It goes to his credit that he has succeeded in retrieving what he regards the most important chapter of the book. That too should be an interesting part of the book. The latter two parts have also been reproduced here. Josh seems to be in a hurry to accommodate as many friends and acquaintances as possible.
And so he has to be brief while talking about them. But in spite of that, taken together these short sketches, or short notes, make an interesting reading. It is a mixed crowd of writers, non-writers, friends, acquaintances, family members, distant relatives and admirers.
Here is a social gathering on a grand scale. And we feel happy moving among them.