|Was||Translator Writer Novelist Linguist Playwright Historian Poet Lexicographer Scholar Politician Literary scholar|
|Field||Academia Film, TV, Stage & Radio Literature Social science Politics|
|Birth||4 October 1853, Tando Thoro, Pakistan; Hyderabad, Pakistan; British Raj|
|Death||3 July 1929, Tando Thoro, Pakistan; Hyderabad, Pakistan; British Raj (aged 75 years)|
Mirza Kalich Baig (Sindhi: مرزا قليچ بيگ) was a scholar within Sindhi literature. He was born on 4 October 1853 in Tando Thoro on the bank of Phuleli Canal in Hyderabad, British India (present day Pakistan).
The lives of the Mirza family and their Georgian connections are a subject of the 2005 book A Georgian Saga: From the Caucasus to the Indus by family's scion Meherafroze Mirza Habib, Vice-President of All Pakistan Women's Association.
He wrote 457 books in 43 disciplines, "including chemistry, physics, biology, zoology, plant sciences, Sindhi literature and anthropology", and in over eight languages, including Sindhi, Persian, Arabic, English, while he knew 25 languages as a whole.
Mirza Kalich's books include:
- Maqalat-ul-Hikmat *
- Alamat-ul-Quran (Signs of Quran)
- Bagh ae Bayani
- Zameen pokhin jo ilm ae Hunr
- Zeenat novel
- Sao Pan Karo Pano (Auto-Biography)