E-mail; dailyrozan gmail. This compilation of 88 articles in Punjabi… also in Gurmukhi script, English and Urdu remind one effort of sixties when another senior writer, Afzal Khan, the editor of monthly Punj Darya, brought out two thick issues on Waris Shah in Punjabi. Before Kaangaan, Prof. Nasir Rana also published a special issue of his research paper some two years back. And this Kaangaan is the latest which carries some of the articles like Jagpadhar Sahit da Teerthh… Waris Shah which was published in two separate installments in Trinjan and that had minimised the impact of scholarly approach of Ghulam Rasool Atif.
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Waris's parents are said to have died when he was young. Waris spent years in search of the perfect spiritual guide. After completing his education, Waris moved to Malka Hans , a village twelve kilometres north of Pakpattan. Here he resided in a small room, adjacent to a historic mosque now called Masjid Waris Shah, until his death. It is estimated that there are forged  verses in the commonly available Qissa Waris Shah.
Waris Shah is primarily known as the author of Heer Ranjha. Many verses of Waris Shah are widely used in Punjab in a moral context, for instance: .