Aik Mohabbat So Afsanay By Ashfaq Ahmed – Pdf booksfreepk

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Aik Mohabbat So Afsanay By Ashfaq Ahmed

Aik Mohabbat So Afsanay By Ashfaq Ahmed – Pdf booksfreepk

Writer: Ashfaq Ahmad

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Aik Mohabbat So Afsanay was written by Ashfaq Ahmed the famous fiction writer and novelist Ashfaq Ahmed. It is a famous book of fiction and several editions of it have been sold out of print. Pakistan Television has made a TV series based on the stories of this book. These stories have gained enormous popularity. The themes of all the stories in the book are different. The theme of some stories is social problems, while some stories are written on the subject of poverty.

Short afsanay in Urdu:

Some stories are romantic and some are tragic. Most of Ashfaq Ahmed’s books are related to philosophy, Sufism, spirituality, and religion. He is primarily a fiction writer and has published five books of fiction. Just as the theme of each story in this book is different, the character of each story is also different. Somewhere village life has been depicted and somewhere economic problems of the family have been made the subject. In the stories, the rural culture of the people there is mentioned in the simplicity, innocence, and sincerity.

Names of Short Stories:

  • Toba
  • Faheem
  • Raat Beet Rahi thi
  • Talash
  • Maskan
  • Sang Dil
  • Shab e Khoon
  • Tota Kahani
  • Ajeeb Badshah
  • Baba
  • Panahain
  • Ammi
  • Bandraban ki Kanj Gali Main

About the Author of the Book:

Ashfaq Ahmad was a renowned Pakistani novelist, Sufi intellectual, writer, prose writer, fiction writer, and dramatist. His best research work is what he has done as a dramatist. He worked as a scriptwriter for Radio Pakistan and Pakistan Television for a long time. Due to his academic and literary services, the President of Pakistan awarded him a Star of Distinction and Pride of Performance.

Ashfaq Ahmed was born on August 22, 1925, in the city of Makstar in the Punjab province of India. After the creation of Pakistan, he settled in Lahore. He received his primary education in his city. After settling in Lahore, M. from Government College Lahore. Obtained a degree in Urdu. His wife Bano Qudsia was his classmate here. At the beginning of his writing career, he used to write stories for the children’s magazine Flower, which he became very popular among children.

After that, Anhun joined Radio Pakistan as a script writer. On Radio Pakistan, he used to host an improvisational program called Takzin Shah, which was very popular among the people of the rural areas of Pakistan. Due to his ability and experience, he was appointed as Director of the Urdu Science Board. He worked on this post for many years and also continued writing Urdu pdf books.

During the government of General Zia-ul-Haq, he was appointed as an advisor in the Ministry of Education. Apart from being a writer, and playwright, Ashfaq was also an able teacher of Urdu language and literature. He taught for several years as a professor in the department of Urdu at the University Of Rome, Italy.

Ashfaq Ahmad books pdf:

  • Zavia
  • Baba Sahiba
  • Aik Mohabbat Sou Afsanay
  • Hairat Kadah
  • Man Chalay Ka Sauda
  • Gudariya
  • Khatia Watia
  • Tota Kahani
  • Qalamkar
  • Subhanay Afsanay
  • Safar Dar Safar
  • Aik Mohabbat Sou Dramay
  • Khail Tamasha

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