Introduction

Currently residing in the UK, Ali Arman, was born on August 25, 1973 in Rawalpindi. He started poetry at the age of 14. Arman joined major literary forums of Rawalpindi and Islamabad in 1990, where he attracted

Ali Arman


Professional Achievements


Currently residing in the UK, Ali Arman, was born on August 25, 1973 in Rawalpindi. He started poetry at the age of 14. Arman joined major literary forums of Rawalpindi and Islamabad in 1990, where he attracted the attention of prominent poets, writers and critics with his unique style.

Apart from his mother language Pothhari, Arman also writes in Urdu and Punjabi. He has created poetry in the forms of ghazal, nazm, nasri nazm and taweel nazm. His first book of poetry was published in March, 1998.

Arman is also an editor of The Mosaic Journal, a bilingual magazine containing both Urdu and English literature. His poetry has been translated into English, French, Spanish and German. He is regarded as an emerging poet by many renowned critics of Urdu poetry.

Arman strongly believes in freedom, democracy and human rights and regularly advocated against the military regimes in Pakistan through his poems and articles.

His new book of Punjabi/Pothohari poetry titled Mitti Di Bukkal has been published recently. This book has been hailed as a major book of Punjabi/Pothohari poetry by readers and critics alike. The book is published in Lahore by Sanjh Publications. His three new books of poetry are due to publish very soon.