Bhatkallys News Bureau
Bhatkal 29 Oct 2017: Bhatallys.com on Sunday was privileged to host the man who is recognized across the Nation for his immense contribution to the literature and language of Urdu, Dr. Husain Fitrat Bhatkali, at the residence of Bhatkallys Media Society’s chairman Mohsin Shabandri, and organized a literary meet. Dr. Fitrat despite his ill health was delighted to be a part of the meet.
Moulana Abdullah Damda Abu, briefly introduced Dr. Mohammed Hussain Fitrat before Musayyib Mohtesham a 7 years old kid sung a Naat of Dr. Fitrat Hussain for further delight of him. Bhatkallys Bureau Chief India Jailani Shabandri then read out a dictum penned by Dr. Haneef Shabab on the literary works and services of Dr. Fitrat Hussain.
Bhatkallys Media Society’s chairman Mohsin Shabandri, expressed his pleasure hosting Dr. Fitrat Hussain and thanked him for taking his time out despite his ill health.
Dr. Fitrat Hussain has earned a reputation for himself in South India, despite living thousands of miles away from conventional Urdu speaking cities like Delhi, Lucknow and others which can be justified by the fact that people fondly call him ‘Junoobi Hind ka Iqbal’ (Dr. Allama Iqbal of South India) comparing him to the legendary Islamic poet of Urdu Allama Iqbal. And is also credited for leading the movement generalizing the language in the coastal town which is now recognized across the country for its pure Urdu speaking public including the youngsters.
Dr. Fitrat has been rendering services to the Urdu languages now for more than seven decades, while using his poetry skills to also contribute to Islam and Muslim community by constantly writing Islamic Poetry and on issues pertaining to Muslim community.
Though now 85, Dr. Mohammed Hussain Fitrat also read out a few poems and Naats from his collection which was the icing on the cake for the Bhatkallys.com staffs and management who were present at the meet.
Bhatkallys.com wishes Dr. Mohammed Hussain Fitrat the best of Health and Prays to Almighty Allah to help him serve the language and the community more in years to come.