Our Writers

Wadhwani Nimarta

My name is Wadhwani Nimarta. Currently, I am studying at Sukkur IBA University. My goal is to leave this place in the better condition as I have found it. In order to achieve my goal, I learn, share, travel,
interact, write and do other similar things which influences on others in a positive manner. For me, Resilient Pakistani” is a platform to speak out from. It helps me to share my opinion and portray the shiny side of Pakistan which is mostly dimmed under the influence of some dark effects. Hence, writing for Resilient Pakistani is my little effort to contribute in this regard.

Sajid Ali

Sajid Ali our writerCurrently, I am a student of Business Administration in Sukkur IBA University. I have done my matriculation (SSC) and Intermediate (HSSC) from Ali Trust College (ATC), Islamabad in 2014 and 2016 respectively. When I entered ATC, I was zero in English as compared to others as I had never taken English lessons formally from school except while preparing for ATC selection test and that too was nothing more than rote learning. But then I struggled and Improved a lot. Now, I can thankfully say I have good writing skills (Alhamdolilah). Writing has now become my passion and is one of my favourite hobbies.

Recently, I have started working on some mini projects/Initiatives among which "Self Help Network" (SHN) is near to my heart. Through SHN I wanted to create an environment of "Self Help" and I hope to achieve more than what I started with.
Furthermore, I am also working on my blogs and Facebook/Twitter page named "Sajid Opines" where I share my Views and other stuff.
Most interestingly, I have emerged to be a great fan of few personalities i.e. Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal (Poet, Philosopher, Politician), Zakir Naik ( Islamic Scholar), Muhammad Amir (Bowler), Aamir Khan (Actor), Fawad Khan ( Actor).

For me like thousand others, "Resilient Pakistanis" is a best place to share their views with public and emerge as a shining star. I along with other writers intend to put all our efforts to bring value to audience of Resilient Pakistanis. It is going to be fun reading all the time insha'Allah.

Besides all this, there is another side of mine, that is Islamic side of Sajid Ali. I feel strongly attached to Islam from the very start of life (Childhood). Though I am much like others in practice of Islamic teachings, but I have a continuous drive of being a practicing Muslim.

In the end, Though future is unknown to all, but I see myself in three different places in the future i.e. after graduation or Masters (may be) that is having a job in corporate sector, Businessman, or a commissioned officer. Only time and situation will decide which way I shall go.

I will end my introduction with a verse of Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal,
مشرق سے ہو بیزار، نہ مغرب سے حذر کر
فطرت کا اشارہ ہے کہ ہر شب کو سحر کر

Hina Naz

I'm Hina Naz, currently studying at Sukkur IBA University in the department of business administration. Being the only girl of my family studying at the university level, I was always Introverted and afraid to socialize, since the very start of my educational life, I had a lack of confidence. I was completely unaware of my potentials and capabilities until one day, through my writing I realized how much I can influence people. Being such an Introverted soul was tough, and writing was my only escape. I would write about all the things that I wasn't able to talk about. Since then, I started to write about everything I saw, whatever I felt. It made me feel liberated and the best part was when people were able to understand the real me through my writings. I wrote all the untold stories that I have been hiding since long and I became unstoppable. Whatever I am today or ever hope to be is because of my love for writing. I write to be a part of something - a world made up of words and ideas, which are sometimes painfully criticized, gratefully loved and can never be destroyed. I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn. I write because I must. It's not a choice or a pastime, it's an unyeilding calling and my passion. My only goal is to make myself better than before and I've always been working hard over it. 

Resilient Pakistani is a golden opportunity for the people like me. It provides me a platform to openly share my thoughts and express my opinions and I would learn a lot from this experience. I hope to learn and make myself better from this platform. Life is uncertain but hope is the only thing we have. It’s always something, to know you’ve done the most you could. But, don’t leave off hoping, or it’s of no use doing anything.

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