‘’Artist Never Dies’’ to pay the rich tribute to renowned art teacher Masood Abbas Hashmi memorial reference for international art teacher ,artist ,philosopher from historical village Rasool Nagar of Punjab university college of art and design (PUCAD) will be held on Saturday today at 4;00 p.m 17th march, 2018 at Lahore . It is honor for me to disclosing here that the great traditional fine arts teacher Masood Abbas’s first ever teacher was my real grandfather nana jan Nazar Ali Nazar a great painter ,artist and poet of sub continent. Masood Abbas Hashmi started his fine arts work with my grandfather Nazar Ali Nazar at Rasool Nagar late Masood Abbas Hashmi college of art and design, university of the Punjab was the symbol of unity and love an wants all of his students be united his only priority in life was establishing relationships.late Masood Abbas Hashmi when ever meets us during his life proudly stated ‘’i am admire your Nana Jan’’ and behind my success all credits goes to your grandfather’’ this year on moharram 9th night we discussed many personalities of our village Rasool Nagar and he proudly stated ‘’i am proud that i am ‘’ Rasool Nagari’’ his Namaz e Janaza was offered at Sheher Rasool Nagar historical village 30 kilometer away from tehsil Wazirabad district Gujraranwala Punjab Pakistan . This village was the capital of Punjab during the sikh ruler Raja Ranjeet Singh. The foundations of the Sikh empire can be traced to as early as 1707, the year of Aurangzeb’s death and the start of the downfall of the Mughal empire. With the Mughals significantly weakened, the Sikh army, known as the dal khalsa, and a rearrangement of the khalsa inaugurated by guru Gobind singh, led expeditions against them and the afghans in the west. The sikh empire (also sikh khalsa raj, sarkar-i-khalsa or pañjab (punjab) empire) was a major power in the Indian subcontinent, formed under the leadership of maharaja ranjit singh, who established a secular empire based in the Punjab. The empire existed from 1799, when Ranjit Singh captured Lahore, to 1849 and was forged on the foundations of the khalsa from a collection of autonomous sikh misls.