Qazi Abdul Jaleel (Sindhi: قاضي عبدالجليل) (born 1936 in Rohri), popularly known as Amar Jaleel, is a Sindhi fiction writer and a columnist whose columns appears in various Sindhi, Urdu and English-language dailies of Pakistan. He has authored 20 books, and received awards including Pride of Performance (Pakistan), and Akhal Bharat Sindhi Sahat Sabha National Award (India).
Professor sahib, (a hearing-impaired person), brought a hearing aid from baazar, worn in ear and was became able to hear everything. One day I asked from him, " sir, how are you feeling with this device?" He replied, "Baba, "there is too much noise in your world." After few days Professor sahib took out device from ear, writing on paper I asked from him,"sir why do not use the hearing aid device". He replied, "Baba there is nothing listenable in your world.
After hearing the expression, removal of the bottom, thought of my own bottom had come (in mind). I decided to change my state and I immediately became the spoon, rather than bucket. My personal experience is that those people who will have become the spoon or any member of the family of spoon like ladle, scoop or dipper from the bucket. They will have remained in joy and their bottom could never have gotten out. Their bottom is not extracted because the spoon don't have the bottom. Excerpt from book of Amar Jalil.
Indra I have two Bhagwans. One who created me and the other is animating me.
|Date of Birth||November 8, 1936|
|Birthplace||Kazi Mohala, Taluka Rohri, Sukkur Sindh, Pakistan|
|Claim to Fame||Raani Kot jo Khazano|