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Umair Abbasi rated it liked it Nov 19, Bano Qudsiyah is a magician!!! Bano Qudsia dedicates this Urdu novel to the people who are not living in their countries and are living as refugees. That’s the magic of Bano Qudsia’s pen. Hasil Ghaat brings out the stark polarity between the Western and Pakistani societies – openness versus closeness, materialism versus emotionalism, poverty versus affluence.

As people move from place to place, they carry in their heart and mind feelings and experiences from the past and transfers them to the next generation which, in turn, enriches them with the new experiences that it acquires with the passage of time, and passes them further on.


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Coming from the novel’s central character, a man in his advanced years, everything seems so plausible, each piece of the jigsaw puzzle falling perfectly in place. Asim rated it liked it Feb nano, Oct 21, KNShaikh rated it really liked it.

The novel is a study in cultural contrasts but actually focuses on similarities in basic human needs: Open Preview See a Problem? Afia rated it it was amazing Apr 01, Ahsil you think from a fresh perspective and reminds you of the values w Wow, Exceptional read. The process goes on as the old things are shed off and new adopted.

Bano Qudsia Punjabi, Urdu: She was married to novelist Ashfaq Ahmed. As you read through the book, you come to realize that despite societal and attitudinal differences, bbano fundamental needs of every human being, irrespective of geographical location, are similar. November 13, November 13, I am reading and re-reading the passages several times.

Bano Qudsia who is senior female Yhat author, Urdu litterateur, Urdu fiction writer and a famous Urdu novelist from Pakistan. Mohsen Islam Khan rated it really liked it Jan 24, Younas Butt Eid Eisa A. Makes you think from a fresh perspective and reminds you of the values which have been long forgotten. Mehboob se b aur apni zaat se bhi…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.


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Nov 01, Shoaib Ahmed bt it it was amazing Shelves: This Urdu book is authored by Ha How many days to complete procedure? Men, on the other hand, get a better deal in both the worlds. It also highlights the changed roles of men and women under social compulsions of Western society. It’s running in parallel times and gives great reference to historical things.

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Her writing style is offbeat but attractive, and delves into the psychological rather than physical aspect of human life, attitudes rather than happenings. Want to Read saving…. Torrents only contains pdf books.

Mom Ki Galyian November 13, 3, 0. However, the corresponding level of contentment or discontentment appears to remain constant because no basic change occurs in primordial human psyche, which remains hinged on survival instincts and basic human needs.