Murtaza Birlas started composing poetry at the age of 12 when he was an 8th Grader. His first verse was:

  Ishq kar ke jo aah kartay hain (Those who sigh after falling in love)
   Sub say burdh kar gunah kartay hain (Are the worst of sinners)

He was greatly  inspired by his elder brother,
Mustafa Rahi, (who was a reputed poet of
Jigar school), Momin, and then Yagana Changezi.
Many Moods of Murtaza Birlas
Contact Info:
210 Shershah Block New Garden Town Lahore Pakistan.
Books by Murtaza Birlas
Tesha-e-Karb (Ghazlein)
Izteraar (Ghazlein)
Irtaash (Ghazlein/Nazmein)
Chaudhveen Raat Mausam-e-Gul Kee
(Romantic Urdu Poetry)
Zinda Ashaar (proverbial verses)
Birlas Beeti - Autobiography
(Under Publication)
Born in a suburb of Rampur in 1934, Murtaza Birlas passed his F.Sc from the Govt Inter-College of Muradabad and then wen on to get a Masters in Science from the Hindu College. Although there were only 25 muslim students in this college, he was elected president of the college union.
After completing his studies he was appointed lecturer in the Muslim College, Muradabad. He migrated to Pakistan in 1956 and served as a teacher at the St Marys School in Rawalpindi.
He was selected for the west pakistan civil services in 1960, started his career as magistrate in Dera Ismail Khan, rose to be a divisional commissioner and retired as Member Board of Revenue in 1994. 
About Murtaza Birlas