This book by Tehmina Durrani has virtually defrocked the mullah-moulvis. Tehmina has in her book revealed to the whole world how this class of religious operators indulge in all the sensual pleasures behind the exterior of Islam. Review
Ashfaq Ahmed also produced a program on Pakistan Television known as "Zaviaah" which gained a lot of popularity. The appeal of his stories lie in the universal truths of life portrayed in human hopes, emotions, aspirations and relationships that touch the soul of people of all age groups. Review
A travelogue and reportage of Mumtaz Mufti Sahab's Hajj is a true classic of Urdu Literature. Review
Ashfaq Ahmed also produced a program on Pakistan Television known as "Zaviaah" which gained a lot of popularity. Through this book he has tried to provide solutions of the social problems which are being faced by people in our society.
This book is definitely a precious gift of Ashfaq Ahmed to mankind and especially his fans. Review
Ashfaq Ahmed was a globally-renowned playwright, intellectual and spiritualist. Among his TV plays Aik Mohabbat Sau Afsaney and Tota Kahani were the most popular ones. Review
Ashfaq Ahmed has written quite a few plays for Pakistan Television. The subjects of his dramas are close to life and the characters very believable. This book is the compilation of Ashfaq Ahmed's drama series "Aik Muhabbat Sau Afsaney".
Ashfaq Ahmed was a globally-renowned playwright, intellectual and spiritualist. This book includes short dramas which were telecast on Pakistan Television. Review
The stories in Tilsm-e-Hosh Afza are based on science fiction. This book has been dedicated to Tilsm-e-Hosh Raba, which is known to be Urdu's greatest and oldest book on Science fiction. Review
Hasrat-e-Tameer (Talqeen Shah) is one of Ashfaq Ahmed's famous and interesting novels. He rose to prominence with Radio program 'Talqeen Shah'. Review
Fans of Ashfaq Ahmed will appreciate the message the author has tried to convey in this Urdu drama. Review
Safar dar safar is Ashfaq Ahmed's famous safarnama. He has written many books on various subjects. Every book has its own importance and has some message in it. One of the best thing about his writings is that, his characters are very near to the real life and the scenes that he sketches encompasses real life situations. Review
This book is a compilation of some of Ashfaq Ahmed's famous dramas. Ashfaq Ahmed is considered to be one of the best Urdu drama writers of the current era. Review
Wida-e-Jang by Ashfaq Ahmed is the translation of Ernest Hemingway's famous book, "A Farewell to Arms".
Ernest was a very famous writer who has written various novels and dramas. Review
by Ashfaq Ahmed
Ashfaq Ahmed has written quite a few plays for Pakistan Television. The subjects of his dramas are close to life and the characters very believable. ‘Aik Muhabbat Sau Afsaney’ is once again a highly acclaimed drama by Ashfaq Ahmed that encompasses real life situations centered on real life characters.
by Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi
Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi's short stories are widely read in Pakistan. 'Afsaney' as claimed by the author is a handpicked selection of 40 of his best short stories.
Bano Qudsia manages to convince the reader that money earned through illegal means affects a person's personality (for the worse), and that part of this personality then gets transferred via heriditary genes to the next generation. Review
Kaali Haveli is just one of 24 hair-raising, bone-chilling horror & suspense stories that one will come across in this book. Review
For Manto's fans, Manto Kahaniyan is a must buy. Manto Kahaniyan features, among others, Manto's short stories (afsaney) that have never been published before. Review also by Manto: Manto Nama
[This novel] discusses the problems arising out of emotional and cultural differences between families settled abroad and those living in Pakistan. Review
Surrayya Shehab is a master in writing romance. Review
by Depti Nazir Ahmed
This 'Majmua' contains a collection of Depti Nazir Ahmed's most appreciated novels including 'Mirat-ul-Uroos', which in its time was even recommended by the then Government of India.
by Munshi Premchand
Munshi Premchand's short stories are full of patriotism, love for the country, love for its people and strongly reflect on freedom and independence. This doesn't mean that all his contributions were limited to freedom and patriotism. Munshi Premchand never hesitated from experimenting; 'Barey Ghar Ki Beti', 'Begharz Mohsin' and 'Karishma-e-Intiqam' are a testimony to Munshi Premchand's versatility.
by Qudratullah Shahab
Although titled 'Surkh Feeta', this volume boasts a collection of Qudratullah Shahab's most well know literary efforts including 'Ya Khuda', 'Maa Jee', 'Nafsane' and 'Surkh Feeta'.
by Mushtaq Ahmed Yousufi
The book ‘Zarghasht’ actually contains incidents and lessons from Mushtaq Ahmed Yousufi’s personal life.
Classical Urdu Literature giving way to contemporary modern day Urdu mixed with the freshness of various provincial languages, interesting characters, incidents- both humorous and tragic- all the ingredients for entertainment are present within the book.
Manto, a widely read and controversial fiction writer- this is a collection of his short stories. Review also by Manto: Manto Kahaniyan
by Qudrat-ullah Shahab
The ‘Shahabnama’ is a most wonderful book in its simplicity. In the main, a memoir of Qudrat-ullah Shahab, this book allows one to contemplate and think about what should be important in our lives and to relish those things before it is to late. His words and insights have a simple clarity, which would live on in the hearts of the readers.
by Mustansar Hussain Tarar
Chik Chuk is another feather in Mustansar's cap. Humorous Urdu prose, substantiated by Desi Punjabi humor, Chik Chuk is quite an exception to the Mustansar Hussain Tarar that we are used to.
'Nikley Teri Talash Mein' is the story of a traveler, who while traversing the streets of Paris, falls in love with a women who is unfortunately handicapped. Review
Piya Naam Ka Diya', tells the story of a film actress and the trials and tests she goes through in her film career. Review
by Razia Butt
The novel is based on a city and its inhabitants where every form of corruption is prevalent. In this God forsaken land, comes a pious, God fearing man who inflicts the evil doers with a painful penalty for their misdeeds. Their only salvation lies in making a journey to the sacred land- ‘Musarraton Ka Shaher’.
by Razia Butt
Razia Butt is definitely one of Pakistan’s top most novelists. Her novels not only succeed in entertaining us but also carry subtle lessons and hidden messages for us to refine our character and broaden our thinking.
Once again, through ‘Chahatein Kaisey’, Razia provides the reader with an opportunity to experience reality at close range and as such learn from the experiences of the characters present in the book.
A collection of letters, poetry, afsaney, dramay & critical commentaries penned by Patras Bukhari. Review