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Zahida Khatun Sherwani (18 December 1894 – 2 February 1922) was an Indian poet and writer who wrote in the Urdu language and was also an activist for women's rights. She published her poetry under the pseudonyms Zay Khay Sheen (or Z-Kh-S) and Nuzhat, as her conservative Muslim society did not permit women to write poetry or initiate movements upholding the rights of women.
Chokherbalyy  7/7/2020
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Zahida Abbasiyah (Arabic: زاهده عباسیه‎, born 1279 – died 1328) was an Abbasid poet and philanthropist. Born in Baghdad, she founded a school in the Emadiyah (Arabic: عمادیهٔ‎) district of the city called the "Zahediya School"; poets and scholars gathered at her home to express their views.
Chokherbalyy  7/7/2020
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Zahida Zaidi (4 January 1930 – 11 January 2011) was an Indian scholar, professor of English literature, poet, dramatist, playwright, and literary critic. Her literary contributions include more than 30 books in Urdu and English related to social, psychological, and philosophical aspects, and the translation of the literary works of Chekhov, Pirandello, Beckett, Sartre, and Ionesco.
Chokherbalyy  7/7/2020
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Also used in Pakistan (written as "زاہدہ" in Urdu). [noted -ed]
lezginkas  5/17/2017
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The Turkish form of this name is Zahide. [noted -ed]
Shibbeh  10/5/2014
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Zahida Hina is a noted Urdu columnist, essayist, short story writer, novelist and dramatist from Pakistan.
LMS  7/31/2007

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