He was innate in Sialkot on February 13, 1911, Faiz in 1963 became a initial Asian producer to be awarded the Lenin Peace Prize, a Soviet Union’s homogeneous of a Nobel Prize.
He was also a target of other awards including a Nigar Awards, HRC Peace Prize, Nishan-e-Imtiaz and Avicenna Prize.
His critical works embody Naqsh-e-Faryadi, Dast-e-Sabah and Zindan-nama.
Faiz married Alys Faiz – a British inhabitant who had a extensive change on his life and poetry.
They had dual daughters — Saleema and Muneeza.
In 1936, he started a bend of Anjuman Tarraqi Pasand Mussanafin-e-Hind in Punjab and was also a member and secretary of this branch.
Faiz had also worked as editor of Mahanama Adab-e-Lateef (1938 1942 AD) and became a techer in English during MAO College, Amritsar in 1935 and afterwards during Hailey College of Commerce, Lahore.
He quickly assimilated a British Indian Army and was promoted to a arrange of Lieutenant Colonel in 1944, though quiescent in 1947 and returned to Lahore to turn a initial editor-in-chief of Pakistan Times — a paper started by Mian Iftikharuddin underneath Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s patronage.
This paper played an critical purpose in a partition.
Faiz spent most of a 1950s and 1960s compelling communism in Pakistan.
He was charged with complicity in a unsuccessful manoeuvre try famous as a Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case and was condemned to 4 years of seizure in 1951.
The jail tenure gave him a first-hand knowledge of a oppressive realities of life and supposing him with much-needed waste to consider and write poetry.
Dast-e-Saba and Zindan Nama were products of this duration of imprisonment.
In 1959 he was allocated secretary Pakistan Arts Council and worked in that ability compartment 1962.
Returning from London in 1964, he staid down in Karachi and was allocated a principal during Abdullah Haroon College.
Faiz renowned himself as a publisher and was editor of a Pakistan Times, a Urdu journal Imroze and a weekly Lail-o-Nihar.
In a 1965 fight between India and Pakistan, he worked in an honourary ability in a Department of Information.
In exile, he acted as editor of a repository Lotus in Moscow, London and Beirut.
He died on Nov 20, 1984.