Amjad Zafar All was born in August 1986 in the house of Zafar All Asif in Kasur. Amjad Zafar Ali lives at Sardar Colony, near the old bus stand in Kasur city. He is the author of three books. Mr. Amjad Zafar All is an ex-member of the Youth Parliament of Pakistan, and he represented Pakistan at the Asia Europe Youth Forum in Singapore. Educational Journey Mr. Amjad Zafar All passed his matriculation in 2002 from Pakistan Model High School, Kasur. He got his Higher Secondary School Certificate in Arts in 2004 from Government Islamia College Kasur. Mr. Amjad Zafar Ali earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2012 from the University of the Punjab in Lahore. He earned the degree of Master of Arts in History from the University of the Punjab, Lahore, in 2015. He also obtained the degrees of ACCA (partly qualified), CAT, a postgraduate degree in financial risk management, and full stack web development. Books & Research Articles The information about his published and upcoming books is as follows: 1. Morning Tea That Never Reached Kasur (2012) 2. My Last 15 days & Memories with Father (2018) 3. Historical Archives of Kasur (2023) 4. Kasur Tareekh k Ayne Me (Urdu Upcoming-2023) 5. Bulleh Shah (New Ad N Face Magazine New Delhi 6. Raja Toddar Mall (New ad N Face Magazine New Delhi) His work can be found at http://www.amjadzafarali.blogspot.com . He has 12 years of experience working for international donor organizations such as USAID, UN, SIDA, and FFF. He is currently employed as an ERP Support and Implementation Manager in a software firm in Lahore. He can be reached at the following.
HISTORICAL ARCHIVES OF KASUR
Writing history is not an easy undertaking; you must overcome many obstacles and conduct extensive research as you put together your historical work. The history of Kasur is not specifically covered in any literature. Amjad Zafar Ali, who is in the IT and accounting fields but has written a thorough history of Kasur, is someone I got to know. His debut book, Morning Tea That Never Reached Kasur, was the first English-language history of Kasur ever written. His third book, Historical Archives of Kasur, currently offers extensive information and history about Kasur. He has made an effort to include all facets of life, including Kasur’s 2,000-year history and culture, which have been influenced by Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, and British communities. I wish the very best of luck to Amjad, who has made a great contribution to his city of birth.