J-K man’s inspiring journey as ‘Zero Man of India’

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Shahbaz Khan, famously known as Shahbaz Hakbari, was born on January 3, 1958, in the small village of Kosam Baagh Hakbara in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandipore district.
According to a report, he is a multifaceted individual with exceptional talent in poetry, prose, mathematics, and education. With an MSc in Mathematics and a BEd degree, Shahbaz Khan is highly educated and has also received training at the national level to become a teacher.
Over the years, Shahbaz Khan has established himself as a Master Trainer at the Election Commission of India and Census Department. He has also served as a Resource Person at TeleClass and EDU Satellite, sharing his knowledge and expertise with aspiring educators.
The report said that in addition to his impressive credentials, Shahbaz Khan is a Broadcaster. He has translated numerous works from various Indian languages and has even composed the anthem for JKIMS. However, his most notable achievement is being the first Kashmiri poet to translate Veshnaw Jantto, a work later adopted and played by the Government of India.
One of Shahbaz Khan’s significant contributions is his unique ability to intertwine mathematical and physics concepts with Sufi and Shastter thoughts. He has introduced a new concept called “Shooniyah Sampoorna,” which represents every entity in the universe lying between zero and one.
“Every entity in this universe lies between zero and one, and it is fascinating to explore the infinite possibilities within this range,” Shahbaz Khan said.
Shahbaz Khan’s exceptional skill lies in his ability to transform complex concepts into poetic and prose forms, earning him the title of the “Zero Man of India” for his contributions to mathematics and his innovative teaching approach.
“Mathematics and poetry may seem like two different worlds, but both require creativity, imagination, and thinking outside the box,” Shahbaz Khan explained.
His love for poetry is evident in his translation of Iqbal’s renowned poem “Khude Hae Teg Fusaan” and his translation of 15 poems from 25 Indian languages for the NZOP Republic Day Mushaira.
“Poetry is a powerful tool for self-expression, conveying ideas and emotions,” Shahbaz Khan expresses.
Furthermore, Shahbaz Khan is a unique government teacher who has dedicated his career to teaching and has placed great trust in the government education system by ensuring his own children receive their education in government schools. Despite being part of the system, he has successfully navigated it, providing quality education to his children, the report said.
Shahbaz Khan has also made significant contributions to the literary world through his publications.
Some publications by Shahbaz Khan include “Fikrow Gaetchhe Gaetchhe,” delving into profound thoughts and reflections, and “Keshri Saqafatek Nundbani Anhaar,” which explores the cultural heritage of the Kashmiri region. These works highlight his ability to capture the essence of cultural and intellectual themes, the report said.
Among his other publications are “Moakhe pruen Mushkiaw,” “Noorook Nabi Chhoo Baemisaal,” “Zargar Zooms Zero,” and “Faizan Formula.” These titles cover a wide range of topics, including spirituality, inspiration, and personal development.
Shahbaz Khan has also compiled books such as “Sufi Poetry in Kashmir” and “9 to 15,” featuring works by other writers. These compilations showcase his passion for literature and his desire to bring together diverse voices.
With his impressive achievements, Shahbaz Khan serves as an inspiration for many young people aspiring to make their mark in various fields. His dedication to education and his passion for literature and mathematics is truly remarkable and set an example for others to follow, the report said.

This report is filed by ANI news service.

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