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    Fatima Surayya Bajia

    Fatima Surayya Bajia
    Native name فاطمہ ثریاّ بجیا
    Born 1 September 1930
    Hyderabad, India
    Died 10 February 2016 (aged 85)[1]
    Karachi, Pakistan
    Nationality Pakistani
    Occupation Writer
    Years active 1960–2016
    Religion Islam



    'Fatima Surayya Bajia (') (1 September 1930 – 10 February 2016) was a renowned Urdu novelist, playwright and drama writer of Pakistan. She was awarded various awards at home and abroad including Japan's highest civil award in recognition of her works. She also remained Advisor to the Chief Minister of Sindh province in Pakistan.[2] Surayya died on 10 February 2016 inKarachi, Pakistan.



    She was a well-known personality in social welfare, literary Radio, TV and Stage. She was writing for PTV Centres Islamabad and Lahore since beginning of the channel. She wrote her first long play Mehman. She also contributed for the literary programmes like Auraaq, and beauty care programmes under the title Aaraish-e-Khaam-e-Kakal and she also produced some children programmes



    Early life and family



    Native of Hyderabad, India, she was born near "Panj Bibi Mountain", in Karnataka. She migrated to Pakistan soon after independence, along with her family.She never attended a formal school, all her education took place at home, but instead she is ranked an eminent intellectual, reader and writer.[4]



    Talking about her childhood, she said that

    "I never attended a formal school. The elders of the family decided that all my education should take place at home. The teacher lived in our home where we were taught discipline along with our education. My family was settled in Hyderabad Deccan, which was then a paramount cultural center in undivided India. Although there were a few prominent schools e.g. Saint Josephs School, although my grandfather could afford the fee (which was Rs. 20), he still preferred to educate us at home. These schools were primarily attended by pampered girls from the elite families of nawabs and jagirdars. From the beginning we were taught self-sufficiency, although we employed 60 to 70 servants, we were not allowed to ask anyone of them for water. There was a huge difference between girls of the elite families and us. My grandfather felt that if we attended such schools, we would suffer from an inferiority complex, but since proper upbringing is not possible without coaching, he decided to carry out our education at home. Nevertheless, we were taught all the subjects that were taught in the formal Hyderabad schools with separate teachers for every subject e.g. calligraphy and maths."[5]


    One of ten children, her other siblings include: Anwar Maqsood, Zehra Nigah, Zubaida Tariq (cooking expert) and Mrs Kazmi, a famous dress designer.




    Career


    Bajia first got involved with PTV in 1960's when her flight to Karachi had been delayed and she came to PTV Islamabad station for a visit. Director Agha Nasir hired her and Bajia made her debut in 1966 by acting in one of his plays. She began writing afterwards. Nasir said about her that


    “During Ziaul Haq's time when the 'dupatta policy' was implemented and women were forced to behave a certain way, Bajia wrote about characters from Baghdad and Granada. This was brilliant because these places were supposedly Islamic societies and no one could say anything about them."


    He further added that when writing a play, Bajia would literally move with her belongings to the TV station and then become an authority by default.

    “Anyone who had a problem would go to Bajia, not to the chief of the organisation."[6]


    Most of her dramas like Shama, Afshan, Aroosa, Ana, Tasveer had large ensemble casts and her dramas portrayed huge families and their problems.



    She produced great number of Women programmes, especially she is founder of Khwateen key Meilaad. Nowadays, she is retired from writing.



    Awards, honours and recognitions





    Bajia has won numerous awards, including the Pride of Performance Award for her services to the performing arts in Pakistan it is one of the highest civil awards conferred by the Pakistan Government and abroad including Japan's highest civil award in recognition of her works. She also remained Advisor to the Chief Minister of Sindh province in Pakistan. Most recently she appeared in The Big Show on CNBC alongside another legendary writer Haseena Moin. In 2012, she was awarded Hilal-i-Imtiaz by President of Pakistan.[7]



    On 22 May 2012, the biography of Bajia titled Apki Bajia (Your's Bajia) written by Syeda Iffat Hasan Rizvi after six years of research was released



    Death





    Fatima was was suffering from
    throat cancer. She died on 10 February 2016 in Karachi, Pakistan at the age of 85.


    Plays




    Some of her popular drama serials:


    • Shama 1974 (adopted from A.R. Khatoon's novel)
    • Afshaan (adopted from A.R. Khatoon's novel)
    • Aroosa(adopted from Zubaida Khatoon's novel)
    • Tasweer (adopted from A.R. Khatoon's novel)
    • Zeenat (adopted from Mirza Quleech Baig's Sindhi novel)
    • Ana
    • Aagahi
    • Aabgeenay
    • Babar [9]
    • Tareekh-o-Tamseel
    • Ghar aik Nagar
    • Faraz Aik Karz
    • Phool Rahi Sarsoon
    • Tasveer-e-Kainaat
    • Asaavari
    • Arzoo
    • Sassi Punno
    • Aabgeenay
    • Anarkali
    • Auraq
    • Jisse Piya Chahe
    .....................


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    Quote Originally Posted by cutepoison View Post
    Fatima Surayya Bajia
    Native name فاطمہ ثریاّ بجیا
    Born 1 September 1930
    Hyderabad, India
    Died 10 February 2016 (aged 85)[1]
    Karachi, Pakistan
    Nationality Pakistani
    Occupation Writer
    Years active 1960–2016
    Religion Islam



    'Fatima Surayya Bajia (') (1 September 1930 – 10 February 2016) was a renowned Urdu novelist, playwright and drama writer of Pakistan. She was awarded various awards at home and abroad including Japan's highest civil award in recognition of her works. She also remained Advisor to the Chief Minister of Sindh province in Pakistan.[2] Surayya died on 10 February 2016 inKarachi, Pakistan.



    She was a well-known personality in social welfare, literary Radio, TV and Stage. She was writing for PTV Centres Islamabad and Lahore since beginning of the channel. She wrote her first long play Mehman. She also contributed for the literary programmes like Auraaq, and beauty care programmes under the title Aaraish-e-Khaam-e-Kakal and she also produced some children programmes



    Early life and family



    Native of Hyderabad, India, she was born near "Panj Bibi Mountain", in Karnataka. She migrated to Pakistan soon after independence, along with her family.She never attended a formal school, all her education took place at home, but instead she is ranked an eminent intellectual, reader and writer.[4]



    Talking about her childhood, she said that

    "I never attended a formal school. The elders of the family decided that all my education should take place at home. The teacher lived in our home where we were taught discipline along with our education. My family was settled in Hyderabad Deccan, which was then a paramount cultural center in undivided India. Although there were a few prominent schools e.g. Saint Josephs School, although my grandfather could afford the fee (which was Rs. 20), he still preferred to educate us at home. These schools were primarily attended by pampered girls from the elite families of nawabs and jagirdars. From the beginning we were taught self-sufficiency, although we employed 60 to 70 servants, we were not allowed to ask anyone of them for water. There was a huge difference between girls of the elite families and us. My grandfather felt that if we attended such schools, we would suffer from an inferiority complex, but since proper upbringing is not possible without coaching, he decided to carry out our education at home. Nevertheless, we were taught all the subjects that were taught in the formal Hyderabad schools with separate teachers for every subject e.g. calligraphy and maths."[5]


    One of ten children, her other siblings include: Anwar Maqsood, Zehra Nigah, Zubaida Tariq (cooking expert) and Mrs Kazmi, a famous dress designer.




    Career


    Bajia first got involved with PTV in 1960's when her flight to Karachi had been delayed and she came to PTV Islamabad station for a visit. Director Agha Nasir hired her and Bajia made her debut in 1966 by acting in one of his plays. She began writing afterwards. Nasir said about her that


    “During Ziaul Haq's time when the 'dupatta policy' was implemented and women were forced to behave a certain way, Bajia wrote about characters from Baghdad and Granada. This was brilliant because these places were supposedly Islamic societies and no one could say anything about them."


    He further added that when writing a play, Bajia would literally move with her belongings to the TV station and then become an authority by default.

    “Anyone who had a problem would go to Bajia, not to the chief of the organisation."[6]


    Most of her dramas like Shama, Afshan, Aroosa, Ana, Tasveer had large ensemble casts and her dramas portrayed huge families and their problems.



    She produced great number of Women programmes, especially she is founder of Khwateen key Meilaad. Nowadays, she is retired from writing.



    Awards, honours and recognitions





    Bajia has won numerous awards, including the Pride of Performance Award for her services to the performing arts in Pakistan it is one of the highest civil awards conferred by the Pakistan Government and abroad including Japan's highest civil award in recognition of her works. She also remained Advisor to the Chief Minister of Sindh province in Pakistan. Most recently she appeared in The Big Show on CNBC alongside another legendary writer Haseena Moin. In 2012, she was awarded Hilal-i-Imtiaz by President of Pakistan.[7]



    On 22 May 2012, the biography of Bajia titled Apki Bajia (Your's Bajia) written by Syeda Iffat Hasan Rizvi after six years of research was released



    Death





    Fatima was was suffering from
    throat cancer. She died on 10 February 2016 in Karachi, Pakistan at the age of 85.


    Plays




    Some of her popular drama serials:


    • Shama 1974 (adopted from A.R. Khatoon's novel)
    • Afshaan (adopted from A.R. Khatoon's novel)
    • Aroosa(adopted from Zubaida Khatoon's novel)
    • Tasweer (adopted from A.R. Khatoon's novel)
    • Zeenat (adopted from Mirza Quleech Baig's Sindhi novel)
    • Ana
    • Aagahi
    • Aabgeenay
    • Babar [9]
    • Tareekh-o-Tamseel
    • Ghar aik Nagar
    • Faraz Aik Karz
    • Phool Rahi Sarsoon
    • Tasveer-e-Kainaat
    • Asaavari
    • Arzoo
    • Sassi Punno
    • Aabgeenay
    • Anarkali
    • Auraq
    • Jisse Piya Chahe
    kitni choti umar se novel likhe they inho ne aur drama b sare aise jo super hit rahe mashriqi tehzeeb ka namoona dramjo ab to shayad kbhi dekhne ko na mil sakain






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    Quote Originally Posted by Fareena View Post


    kitni choti umar se novel likhe they inho ne aur drama b sare aise jo super hit rahe mashriqi tehzeeb ka namoona dramjo ab to shayad kbhi dekhne ko na mil sakain

    u ne kon konsy drama dekhey? mene to bas aroosa hi dekha hai shyd
    .....................


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    Quote Originally Posted by cutepoison View Post



    u ne kon konsy drama dekhey? mene to bas aroosa hi dekha hai shyd
    mere father k passvideo cassette ma tha afshan drama woh ma ne dekha tha bht pehle k bat phr net p b dekha tha aur shama drama ye black and white hai ye b ptv p classic drama ma repeat hoa tha bht pehle woh dekha to tha but yad nhi hai k kya tha us drama ma but afshan drama ma ne net p b dekha tha 3,4 sal pehle shayad pori nhi dekhin qistain






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    Very informative post, thanks for sharing, may her soul rests in peace.

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