Asrar ul Haq Majaz Urdu: اسرارُالحق مجاز commonly known as Majaz Lakhnawi Urdu: مجاز لکھنَوی (19 October 1911 – 5 December 1955) was an Indian Urdu poet. He was known for his romantic and revolutionary poetry. He composed ghazals and nazms in Urdu. He was the maternal uncle of poet and screenplay writer Javed Akhtar. In memory of the legendary Urdu poet Asrarul Haq Majaaz (1913–54) a Book Launch : Majaz Aur Uski Shaayeri Edited by Salman Akhtar was held in collaboration with The Nehru Centre, London and Aligarh Muslim University Alumni Association (UK). The programme included video clippings on Majaz including comments by Hamida Salim (Majaz's sister) and Ali Sardar Jafri (Majaaz's friend and contemporary poet), the launch of collection of articles on Majaaz edited by Salman Akhtar (Star Publications, New Delhi), a talk, Majaaz Aur Uski Shaayeri, by Parvaiz Alam, Broadcaster and dramatist, a talk, Majaz – Teen Daayeron ka Shayer by Dr Salman Akhtar, the US based Psychiatrist, Urdu Poet and Majaz's nephew and Kalam-e-Majaz sung by Nasser Harvani and Majaz's nephew from New Delhi. Book on Majaz Aur Uski Shaayeri Edited by Salman Akhtar. A dastangoi based on Majaz's life and poetry was performed by Ankit Chadha and Himanshu Bajpai This narrative introduces the audience to Majaz, his childhood, his fame at AMU, his days in Delhi, his love, his poetry and most importantly his aawaargi. The story was told through accounts of the poet's relatives, friends and acquaintances.