AllahDad Bohyo (Sindhi: ڊاڪٽر الهداد ٻوهيو) was born on 18 August 1934 in village Pechoha, Larkana District, Sindh. He was a known writer, educationist, scholar, linguist and poet. He died on 16 July 1994.
ڊاڪٽر الهداد ٻوهيو
8 August 1934
Kamber Sindh, British India
|Died||16 July 1994(aged 59)|
|Occupation||Teacher, linguist,Poet, and Philosopher|
|Alma mater||University of Sindh|
|Spouse||Muhammad Ali, Sindhya , Haya o Nisa and Nasraan|
He did Master of Arts in English and Bachelor of Teaching. He got PhD degree in 1977 under the supervision of Ghulam Ali Allana from University of Sindh. The topic of his research article was "Sindhi Boli jo Samaji Karaj" Sindhi: سنڌي ٻوليءَ جو سماجي ڪارج.
Dr. AllahDad Bohyo started his practical life as a teacher in 1957. Later on he was promoted as director of education and remained on this post till the last days of his life. Dr. Bohyo is known as literary circle with his criticism and linguistic qualities. He worked his whole life for the promotion of language and literature, his favorite fields were research and he took a deep interest in social linguistics.[unreliable source?]
His PhD thesis was published by Institute of Sindhology in 1978. His articles and essays have been published in different periodicals and newspapers. He has also written some books on research and criticism. It includes "Tanqeedaan" in 1980. Adab ja fikri moharik (Sindhi: ادب جا فڪري محرڪ) in 1984 and Ilm Tahkqee in 1970. Dr. Bohyo has compiled a book on poetry named "Chawanda karo Karo" (Sindhi: چوندا ڪارو ڪارو) but so far it has not published.
He died on 16 July 1994 from a heart attack while he was addressing a Seminar at Tando Adam, Sindh.
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