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Baba Sahiba

Baba Sahiba

by Ashfaq Ahmed
212 Pages · 2013 · 40 MB · 1,088 Downloads · New!
" You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. ” ― Wayne Gretzky
Aik Mohabbat So Afsanay
by Ashfaq Ahmed
149 Pages · 1998 · 5 MB · 2,985 Downloads · New!
The “Aik Mohabbat So Afsanay” is a great book based on short stories that will win the reader’s heart. Aik Mohabbat So Afsanay is written by Pakistani Urdu author Ashfaq Ahmed. Ashfaq Ahmed was born on 22 August 1925 and he died 7 September 2004. He was a writer, playwright, and broadcaster from Pakistan. Ashfaq Ahmed wrote several books in Urdu, including novels, short stories, and plays for television and radio in Pakistan. He was awarded the President’s Pride of Performance and Sitara-i-Imtiaz awards for his services in the field of Literature and broadcasting.
Basti
by Intizar Hussain
224 Pages · 2012 · 6 MB · 3,961 Downloads · New!
The “Basti” is a great Pakistani novel that describes the history of a country. Intizar Hussain is the author of this fiction novel. Intizar Hussain was born in 1925 and died in 2016. He was a journalist, short story writer, novelist and one of the most significant fiction writers in Urdu. He was born in Dibai, Bulandshahr in India and migrated to Pakistan in 1947. He has written two other novels, such as Naya Gar, which paints a picture of Pakistan during the ten-year dictatorship of the Islamic fundamentalist General Zia-ul-Haq and one other.
Dais Hue Pardais
by Mustansar Hussain Tarar
212 Pages · 2015 · 5.8  MB · 1,435 Downloads · New!
The “Dais Hue Pardais” is a literature, fiction and thriller novel. Dais Hue Pardais is written by Pakistani Urdu author Mustansar Hussain Tarar. He was born in 1939 at Mandi Bahauddin, Pakistan. He was educated at Rang Mahal Mission High School and Muslim Model High School, both in Lahore, Pakistan. Tarar pursued higher studies at Government College, Lahore, and London. He spent more of his time watching movies, hanging out with friends and reading books. Mustansar Hussain has written more than 50 books including fiction and a collection of short stories in his career. He also became a television actor and a host of Pakistan Television Corporation morning show Subah Bakhair.
Dakia aur Jolaha
by Mustansar Hussain Tarar
304 Pages · 2012 · 13  MB · 4,297 Downloads · New!
The “Dakia aur Jolaha” is a fiction and thriller novel that gives some moral lessons to the readers. Dakia aur Jolaha is written by Pakistani Urdu author Mustansar Hussain Tarar. Mustansar Hussain was born in 1939 at Mandi Bahauddin, Pakistan. He was educated at Rang Mahal Mission High School and Muslim Model High School, both in Lahore, Pakistan. He pursued higher studies at Government College, Lahore, and London. He spent more of his time watching movies, hanging out with friends and reading books. Mustansar Hussain has written more than 50 books including fiction and a collection of short stories in his career. He also became a television actor and a host of Pakistan Television Corporation morning show Subah Bakhair.
Kalash
by Mustansar Hussain Tarar
352 Pages · 2015 · 5 MB · 4,411 Downloads · New!
The “Kalash” is a wonderful book which tells about Kalash people’s life. Kalash is written by Pakistani Urdu author Mustansar Hussain Tarar. He was born in 1939 at Mandi Bahauddin, Pakistan. He was educated at Rang Mahal Mission High School and Muslim Model High School, both in Lahore, Pakistan. He pursued higher studies at Government College, Lahore, and London. He spent more of his time watching movies, hanging out with friends and reading books. Mustansar Hussain has written more than 50 books including fiction and a collection of short stories in his career. He also became a television actor, former and a host of Pakistan Television Corporation morning show Subah Bakhair.
Khel Tamasha
by Ashfaq Ahmed
125 Pages · 2009 · 14 MB · 3,199 Downloads · New!
The “Khel Tamasha” is great fiction, thriller and romantic novel. Khel Tamasha is a fiction novel that is written by Pakistani Urdu author Ashfaq Ahmed. Ashfaq Ahmed was born on 22 August 1925 and he died 7 September 2004. He was a writer, playwright, and broadcaster from Pakistan. Ashfaq Ahmed wrote several books in Urdu, including novels, short stories, and plays for television and radio in Pakistan. He was awarded the President’s Pride of Performance and Sitara-i-Imtiaz awards for his services in the field of Literature and broadcasting. From a small town in India to the valleys of Azad Kashmir and then post-partition urban Pakistan, Ashfaq Ahmed recounts his life as spent in the friendship of a modest clarinetist.