A. K. Brohi
Allah Bukhsh Karim Bukhsh Brohi (Urdu: الله بخش کریم بخش بروہی; Sindhi: الھ بخش ڪريم بخش بروھي (1915 – 1987) known as A.K. Brohi) was a prominent Pakistani politician and lawyer. He originated from Shikarpur in Sindh. He was the first partner, and mentor of famous Indian lawyer Ram Jethmalani as acknowledged in his authorized biography.
Allah Bukhsh Karim Bukhsh Brohi
|Died||September 1987 at age 72|
|Other names||A K Brohi|
He also served as the High Commissioner of Pakistan to India from 1 February 1960 to 31 March 1961.
Brohi wrote a long preface for the book of Brigadier General S. K. Malik (i. e. Malik ul-Khan) The Quranic Concept of War (1979), a manual of the brigadier's impression of military tactics from early Islamic times, which has been reprinted in Pakistan and India.
His younger brother, Ali Ahmad Brohi, who passed away in 2003, was also a writer and scholar, more particularly on Sindhi culture.
A prolific writer, some of his notable writings include:
- The Qurʼān and its impact on human history
- The poetry of Shah Abdul Latif
- Religious way of life
Awards and recognitionEdit
- Profile of A.K. Brohi on Center For Islamic Sciences (Canada) website Retrieved 20 May 2018
- Haider Nizamani (26 May 2012). "Manto and Sindh". Dawn (newspaper). Retrieved 21 May 2018.
- Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Knowledge and the Sacred : Revisioning Academic Accountability, SUNY Press (1989), p. 126
- CEC has no power to fix date for polls, Lahore High Court told Dawn (newspaper), Published 8 October 2002, Retrieved 21 May 2018
- Ghulam Nabi Kazi (10 August 2007). "A.K. Brohi: Insights into a Legal Mind". All Things Pakistan website. Retrieved 20 May 2018.
- From the past pages of Dawn: 1965: Fifty years ago: 'Alien influence' Dawn (newspaper), Published 27 February 2015, Retrieved 21 May 2018
- "The Quranic Concept of War" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 September 2015. Retrieved 11 January 2015.
- "KARACHI: A. A. Brohi passes away (A.K. Brohi's younger brother)". Dawn News. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
- "Forever Qaim (Qaim Ali Shah)". The Express Tribune (newspaper). Retrieved 20 May 2018.
- Rauf Parekh (18 July 2016). "LITERARY NOTES: Pakistan Academy of Letters promoting country's literature and languages". Dawn (newspaper). Retrieved 21 May 2018.