He was the son of Muhammad Hussain and his first wife Sughra Khanum. He was employed as a civil servant under British rule , having earlier started his career as a school teacher. Soon after partition in , he migrated to Pakistan with his family. In the beginning of his literary career, he was considered, by other literary critics, a non-conformist writer having liberal views, who appeared influenced by the psychologist Freud. According to Ashfaq Ahmed, Mufti used to read unpopular literature by a Swedish writer before Mufti initially did not like the partition plan of British India , but changed his views later to become a patriotic Pakistani.
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He got his early education in Amartasar, Mianwali, and Multan. He got a graduation degree from Islamia College Lahore. Mumtaz Mufti Early Thoughts. In early life, Mumtaz Mufti much inspired by Sigmund Fried.
Before partition, he was also like infamous literature. In the beginning, He vigorously opposed the creation of Pakistan. But, later, became a true Pakistani and Islamist. It is saying that changing came to his personality after the relationships with Hazrat Qudratullah Shahab. He was much impressed with the thoughts, teaching, and nature of Qudratullah. Alkh Nagri is the story of a lover how opposed the social taboos of the time.
While Alkh Nagri is the later part of his autobiography, this book described mysticism, Sufism, and thoughts of Mufti. Death Many people asked the grave of Mumtaz Mufti. He buried in Islamabad grave. He got the award of Sitara-e-Imtiaz and Munshi Premchand in In , Pakistan Post Office also issued a stamped ticket in honor of the legend writer of Urdu.
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