Safi initially started writing short stories, humor and satire under
various names such as “Sanki Soldier” and “Tughral Farghan.” In the
Nakhat magazines, he published several satirical articles which
commented on various topics ranging from politics to literature to
journalism. He used the double-edged sword of his beautiful language to
cut through the ailing body of pre-partition India’s slave society.
Besides humor and satire he also wrote some short adventures, namely
Baldraan Ki Malika, Ab Tak Thee Kahaan?, Shimal Ka Fitna,
Gultarang, and Moaziz Khopri. In these
adventures, Ibne Safi takes the reader to
various fictitious lands similar to the ones created by Rider Haggard.
1959, Ibne Safi started writing Aadmi Ki Jarain, a book based on
human psychology. However, it remained incomplete due to his illness.
List of Other Work