HCU selects Renzushah’s novel for MPhil research
Srinagar, Dec 8: In a significant and landmark development, Zakhmon KI Saalgirah, the literary novel of renowned Kashmiri author Khwaja Farooq Renzushah has been selected by prestigious Hyderabad Central University (HCU) as a syllabus novel for MPhil degree in the University for research by scholars, a spokesman of the University said in a statement.
The research work for the year 2012 -2013 has been assigned to Kashmir based research scholar Manzoor Ahmad who would conduct his research for award of MPhil degree on Renzushah’s famous novel “Zakhmon Ki Saalgirah”. Earlier, in 2006 and 2009 Jammu University awarded MPhil degrees to Dr Imran Tak and Dr Irfan Qureshi for conducting research on rare literary short stories of
Renzushah and research on spiritual content of his literary writings, the spokesman said.
Pertinently, Khawaja Renzushah started his literary career from teenage when he was class 9th student. His first book "Doobtay Kinaray" was published when he was a student at SP College Srinagar and while recommending his literary works, the renowned literary personality of the time Aali Ahmad Saroor compared Renzushah’s Afsana with Munshi Prem Chand and observed that with the passage of time entire literary fraternity would understand the extraordinary literary content of Renzushah’s writings. Three researches on Renzushah’s literary contribution have proved the prediction of Aali Ahmad Saroor as true.
Renzushah's first literary novel “Zakhmon Ki Saalgirah” was published in 1982 which received all round appreciation throughout the subcontinent. The book was widely read in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. The well-known personalities of the subcontinent documented their observation about valuable literary contribution at that time. Khwaja Renzushah was honored with Aalmi Urdu Conference award at New Delhi which he received at the hands of Prime Minister. This literary novel was followed by series of novels and other books in Urdu, English, and Kashmiri for which Renzushah received prestigious awards at state level, national level as well as at international level. He was honored by international literary organization at Los Angels USA and he also received awards at Tripoli and Syria for his literary contribution.
Renzushah being the author of 11 books has assumed the status of being first living Kashmiri novelist and author, on whose literary works three MPhil degrees have been awarded to three Research scholars. It is for the first time that Hyderabad Central University has selected the novel of any Kashmir-based author for research work.
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