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Jun 01, Ammar Mahmood rated it it was amazing Shelves: Hardcoverpages. The best book about heroes of Pakistan Movement, I have ever read. Ee Masood brings into this text his close observation of the years of upheaval preceding the partition of India and the end of Victorian rule. Shaikh Ataullah, being from the Western Punjab, naturally relocated to Pakistan with his family during the summer vacations of So far he has written 3 books in Urdu: Later on he served as chairman of the Pakist Mukhtar Masood Urdu: Author remained …more Just finished with Loh Ayam.
Azer Ijaz rated it really liked it Oct 19, I felt mkhtar as a master piece in terms of its literary value however as a mzsood treatise its much below the mark. He then gradually rose to become a commissioner and a federal secretary.
Awaz e Dost / آواز دوست by Mukhtar Masood
May 14, Rabia rated it liked it. Awaz e Dost was a master piece of Mukhtar Masood. A literary work in history and philosophy of the creation of Pakistan. A Economics in Ibn Azhar Just finished with Loh Ayam.
Aug 27, Salman Tariq rated it liked it. Muhammad Mukhatr rated it really liked it Aug 15, News has been received from across the border about the passing away of one of the prominent figures of Urdu literature, distinguished civil servant and a second generation Alig, Mukhtar Masood June 7, April 15, in Lahore muhktar, the 15th of April, aged IT is one of the best urdu books ever written. Sohaib Siddiqui rated it really liked it Jan 06, Tayyab Jaan rated it really liked it Jul 12, Safar e Naseeb Urdu: To see what your msood thought of this book, please sign up.
His writings defy neat classification but in the opinion of this scribe, he was essentially an essayist straddling the realms of Philosophy, politics, religion and contemporary affairs at the same time.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Mukhtr. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Naved Masood is an alumnus of Aligarh Muslim University. You have a wwaz with definite views with complete command over narrative, language and style. Aug 15, Ariqkhi rated it it was amazing Shelves: And that was a severance of physical ties with the AMU; he has written somewhere that in an unpartitioned country, he might have preferred to have spent his entire life in Aligarh as a teacher.
He has ensured an abiding presence in the pantheon of Urdu prose like his neighbour Rashid Ahmad Siddiqui. Ammarah Ehsan rated it really liked it Feb 22, His form was distinct and, whether you agreed with some of his views he could be the supremacist, ultra- nationalist and a blind fan of Islamic uprisings or not, you could not dismiss them as mere flourishes of the pen.
Author remained …more Just finished with Loh Ayam. Zeeshan Jora rated it really liked it Oct 28, Every Pakistani must read it.
Awaz e Dost / آواز دوست
Farrukh rated it really liked it Jun 12, Feb 08, Maryam rated it it was amazing Shelves: Cried when I realized Qahat-ur-Rajal Adored when I read ideology of our country Emotional when I read about independence activists Confused when I read the about-face of personalities before and after partition If any witness can define the struggle of independence, British influence over Indian minds It took me almost one month to finish this book since I live in a society where book reading has become obsolete and the reader is considered an antiquated: Nouman rated it really liked it Nov 06, Both of us found uncanny similarities in our lives.
Jun 01, Muhammad Imran rated it it was amazing. He then gradually rose to become a commissioner and a federal secretary. Very very Nice and meaningful book,each and every sentence of the book is a great piece of work and full of eloquence.
Aligarh — or rather the AMU campus — was part of his being and despite his rather marked patriotism and concerns with things Islamic on the global plain, he never made any bones about AMU being a paradise lost for him.
Shahzadraza rated it really liked it Nov 02, We had grown up in the same localities, studied in the same institutions and were the two individuals between andto have joined the premier civil services of the two countries.