Hafeez-ul-Rehman c. 1911 – c. 1983, known by his pen name Nushoor Wahidi (Urdu: نشور وحیدی; sometimes spelled Nushoor Wahedi or Nushoor Vahidi), was an Indian Urdu poet.
Nushoor's major breakthrough came in a poetry session featuring the famous poet Jigar Moradabadi. Jigar Moradabadi had been reciting poems for some time and desired to take a break. Nushoor offered to come on stage and recite a few of his own poems while Jigar Moradabadi did so. It was in this forum that Nushoor was first recognized by the literary circles as a talented poet. Even Jigar Moradabadi acknowledged the young man's skill.
He is known as one of Urdu's last romantic poets, Nushoor published several compilations of Urdu poetry and a volume on philosophy, named the Sabah-e-hind. Despite being very popular in literary circles, Nushoor refused to lend his poetry to the then emerging Indian movie industry. It is perhaps for this reason that Nushoor could not gain the massive fame that his contemporaries had.
Nushoor and his wife have two sons and two daughters.
Nushoor died in 1983. His standing as a poet was so great that the Indian Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, personally called his family to condole his death.
A park in the city of Kanpur, India has been named in his honor.