|Biographical detail : ||Journalist and publisher.
Niyaz started publishing the famous magazine Nigar from Bhopal in February 1922, and later on from different places, which continued for forty-two long years without missing a single issue. The magazine, he named, after the Turkish poetess Nigar Bint Usman.
Niyaz migrated to Pakistan in 1962. He authored Sahabiyat, Man wa Yazdan, Intiqadiyat, Taamulat Niyaz, Baharistan Jamalistan and many books on different subjects ranging from theology to palmistry. Niyaz was a great Urdu journalist, writer, critic and a controversial theologian of Muslim India.
Niyaz Muhammad Khan was educated in Madarsa Islamia, Fatehpur, joined the police as sub-Inspector but resigned in 1902.