Famous Pakistani Novels
In Pakistan, urdu novels are a widely read art form. Several legendary authors from Pakistan have written works of art. Reading is a way to learn and understand things. The best Urdu novels really draw you into the story.The easiest method to break away from the routine of daily living is to read. Here is a list of 5 famous Pakistani novels for the readers.
Peer-e-Kamil by Umera Ahmed
One of Umera Ahmed‘s most well-known Urdu works is Peer-e-Kamil. In2004, Shuaa Digest published it. There are readers of the book all around the world.
Characters Salaar Sikandar and Imama Hashmi are essential to the narrative. It tells the tale of the society’s deviant sect, which rejects the Prophet’s (PBUH) position as the last prophet.Umera Ahmed describes the sorrowful path of the two miserable souls in a lovely account of this tale.Salaar is portrayed as a brilliant individual with a high IQ who nevertheless struggles with complex existential issues. Imama Hashim is shown as the exact opposite girl at the same time. When it comes to spiritual awakening, they are both different. But, fate brings them together, and Salaar falls in love with Imama Hashim, which causes their lives to dramatically change.
Mushaf by Nemrah Ahmed
A prolific author, Nimra Ahmed has given her fans fantastic works to read. The Arabic word for the Quran is used in the book’s title, “MUSHAF.” Mehmal Ibrahim, a young orphan living with her aunts and uncles after losing her father, is the main character of the novel. She must put up with their unpleasant behaviour towards Mehmal out of duty to her mother.
She runs across a girl, though, who is holding a book with a black cover. When she asks, she replies that the book contains solutions to every issue. The book turns out to be the Qur’an, and it changes Mehmal’s life.
Namal by Nemrah Ahmed
Namal is yet another excellent Urdu book. The tale is based on Surah “Namal” of the Quran, which is named after ants. The story therefore emphasises those who are seen as the weakest members of society. The story’s premise, which centres on a murder investigation, emphasises the value of money and the extent of its pervasive evil in society.The focus of the book is intelligence officer Faris Ghazi. Namal is a complex tale that blends heinous murder and cunning deceit. An intelligence operative named Faris Ghazi received a sentence for killing his stepbrother and wife. It turns out that Faris Ghazi is not the murderer, nevertheless.
Umrao Jan Ada by Mir Hadi Ruswa
This well-known book by Mir Hadi Ruswa tells the tale of Amiran, who is abducted and sold to Dilawar Khan in Lucknow. The narrative exposes the social and moral hypocrisy that exists in our culture.After being sold, Amiran rises to fame as Lucknow’s “Umrao Jaan Ada,” a well-known courtesan. She gains notoriety due to her alluring beauty and charisma. Umrao Jan Ada is also a brilliant singer, dancer, and poet.
Mirat ul Uroos by deputy Nazeer Ahmed
The two main protagonists, “Akbari” and “Asgari,” as well as their offspring, are at the center of the narrative. It demonstrates how the two differ. Akbar’s granddaughter was nurtured with love but is arrogant. The granddaughter of the Asgari, however, is shown to be the exact opposite. Their grandson eventually married them after falling in love with them. Further, the difficult circumstances that forced them to choose between faith and forgiveness are revealed in the book.
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