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Aik Din

Aik Din

by Bano Qudsia
54 Pages · 2015 · 31 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Aab e Hayat
by Umera Ahmed
739 Pages · 2014 · 94 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Peer e Kamil was an incomplete novel as Umera Ahmed due to her busy schedule couldn’t complete that but later on, she decided to complete the novel. As the success of Peer-e-Kamil, Aab e Hayat is also one of the famous novels from Umera Ahmed. This novel was published in Khawateen Digest. Umera Ahmed is a well-known female writer, many new writers follow her writing style. Aab e Hayat by Umera Ahmed includes various Islamic teachings and the basic concepts of Islam. This story also revolves around the worldly things in comparison with Islam and tries to convey that Islam has everything better but our thinking has limits. If you want to know more about the life of Salar and Imama then you must read this novel. It is full of emotions and suspense. You will love to read this novel. Every Muslim must read this book and should understand the message given by the writer to take their life to the right path.
Hasil Ghat
by Bano Qudsia
303 Pages · 2015 · 12.70 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Among many of the famous novels, Hasil Ghat by Bano Qudsia is one of the most popular novels. Unlike other novels, this novel does not have any story or different characters to explain the scene. In this novel, a man had a visit to her daughter Arjumand living abroad (America). The whole story revolves around that man, he keeps on thinking about all his thoughts, discussions, and his opinions. Bano Qudsia has very closely analyzed both western and eastern societies to compile this novel. According to the author, the eastern societies are much more civilized and careful about the environment, everything is perfect when it comes to the materialistic things. Smooth roads, clean environment, and a lot more. The people are more civilized and everything works fine. Whereas when it comes to the eastern society, the scenario is completely opposite. There is nothing working properly in the society. This novel is for those who think that the eastern life style is better than the western life style. You must read this novel for getting the clear view of two different life styles
Maan Ji
by Qudratullah Shahab
108 Pages · 2015 · 30 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Qudratullah Shahab is one of the well known Urdu who also was a public servant and had different high bureaucracy positions so he saw the state matters very closely. His spiritual approach is clearly visible in all his novels and short stories. Maan Ji by Qudratullah Shahab is one of the masterpieces of short Urdu stories with spiritual, social, and fiction stories full of emotions and spiritual thoughts. This book contains fiction, journey, novel, and spiritual self-development stories. Maan Ji is an Urdu word for mother. Qudratullah Shahab started the book with describing his mother and the family movement to a new city where they were later settled. Then he describes his job, marriage and the achievements in the. He also describes his experiences in small stories to entertain the readers and describe the reality of life. This book has different short stories starting with his mother and ending on a journey. These stories includes Maan ji (Mother), 18-Civil Line, Iqbal ki Faryad (Iqbal’s Complaint), Aasaar-e-Qadeema (Antique), Ae Bani Israel (Calling Bani Israel), Aik Puncture (One Puncture), Aap Beeti (Autobiography), Ayesha aa Gae (Ayesha came), Gham-e-Jana (Sadness for Love), Railway Junction, Sardar Jaswant Singh, Number Please, Surkh Feeta (Red Ribbon), Pakay Pakay Aam (Rotton Mangoes), Phoray wali Taang (Leg with swelling), Stenographer, Shalwar, Jag Jag, Aaya, Talash (Search), Do Ranga (Double Colored), Jaltarang, Le Day (Give and Take), Karachi, and Patiala Peg.
by Umera Ahmed
390 Pages · 2015 · 12.6 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Man o Salwa (Manna and Quail) is the food given to the Bani Israel (Followers of Hazrat Musa A.S.) at the time of Proscription. It was a blessing of God, Man (Manna) was sweet dew drops and the Salwa (Quail) was a bird which came in a huge amount to them so they could eat it. But Bani Israel was not happy with that food, they need simple food from earth instead of that heavenly food. Man-o-Salwa by Umera Ahmed compare both times very beautifully and explains how the people today don’t want the blessings of God and want to earn Haram. Man-o-Salwa by Umera Ahmed is an Urdu novel which was published in Khawateen Digest as episodic form. This Urdu novel has suspense, romance, lessons of life, and thrill which is also played as a drama on Hum TV. The story is about a poor family who later on struggled to get their dreams come true. A good pious girl changed herself to take revenge but in vein. On the other hand who worked hard and sacrificed everything for others and get the true success. This story is beautifully characterized and depicts the difference between halal and haram.
Raja Gidh
by Bano Qudsia
283 Pages · 2015 · 38 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Bano Qudsia one of the well known Urdu novel writer, short story writer, and play writer. She is the wife of Professor Ishfaq Ahmed. Raja Gidh is an Urdu term, Raja means the king and Gidh means vulture. Raja Gidh by Bano Qudsia is one of the most popular and widely read Urdu novels. This novel also depicts the teachings of Islam and the difference between Haram and Halal. The novel explains that the abnormalities are transferred from generation to generation as well as all the moral and emotional things also came from the generations. The story starts from a class room which shows the college life, a girl Seemi Shah from a middle-class family fell in love with one of her classmates Aftab in MA Sociology class. She is also attractive and attracts other male students as well. Aftab married someone else due to family pressure and the story of separation begins. Raja Gidh by Bano Qudsia is a very heart-touching love story which depicts the ethical and traditional issues and their impact on the generation. Raja Gidh by Bano Qudsia is one of the best selling books full of emotions and good lessons.
Shahab Nama
by Qudratullah Shahab
994 Pages · 2015 · 57 MB · 3,535 Downloads · New!
Qudratullah Shahab is a well known Pakistani writer who was the Dupty Commissioner of Jhang and an honest officer. He closely watched the Pakistani politician’s character and the situation of Pakistan. Shahab Nama By Qudratullah Shahab is an autobiography of Qudratullah Shahab. This book is about the life of Qudratullah Shahab from his childhood when he recites Darood e Pak when going to school and his religious background. After then he describes his youth age and marriage. After joining civil services, he wrote about his experiences during the different government positions.