Archives for June 2014
Suspense Digest July 2014 Edition Online. Monthly Urdu Suspense Digest for the month of July 2014 Contains interesting fiction adventure stories, latest suspense novels and serial mysterious novels of the popular Urdu writers of Pakistan. Click on the following link to read online and download Suspense Digest July 2014 in PDF format for offline reading.
Naye Ufaq Digest July 2014 new edition online. Monthly Naye Ufaq Digest July 2014 contains different social instructive and moral stories, interesting novels, Spiritual Treatment, selected Urdu poetry, useful Islamic articles and much more in Urdu language. Click on the below mentioned links to read online and also download full version of Naye Ufaq digest for the month of July 2014 in Pdf format for offline reading.
Samandar Shayad Hi Itna Gehra Tha Ke Woh Doob Gayi By Ali Knight
Samandar Shayad Hi Itna Gehra Tha Ke Woh Doob Gayi By Ali Knight.
The UnSaid By Rashid Mahmood
The UnSaid By Rashid Mahmood is book of english poetry. Download this book from the link below.
Kiran Digest June 2014 is is one of the most famous monthly Urdu digest of Pakistan which is very popular specially in female. Kiran Digest is an information and entertainment base monthly digest. It contains best social romantic stories, interesting novels, useful articles, health tips, beauty tips, lovely poetry, tasty Urdu recipes and much more in Urdu language. Kiran Digest can be download free of the cost from the link below. Thank you for visiting urdunovelist.blogspot.com. Below the link of Kiran Digest June 2014 Online Pdf Free Download.
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Some two decades back, I read a book by Raj Mohan Gandhi, titled Understanding the Muslim Mind. The book is about eight great Indian Muslims, including Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Liaquat Ali Khan, who shaped the destiny of the Muslims of the subcontinent. I thought of doing a similar book that would provide insight into the Kashmir mind. But then I asked myself, could any of them really be called great men?
The eight people Raj Mohan Gandhi has written about are truly great minds and out of them I see Muhammad Ali Jinnah as the greatest, for his “indomitable will”. Also, as put by his biographer Stanly Wolpert, “his place of primacy in Pakistan’s history looms like a minaret over the achievements of all his contemporaries.”
In my search for finding what was missing in our contemporary leaders, I found that instead of redeeming people they have pushed them into a morass of uncertainty. I had an opportunity of finding a Jinnah outside his famous biographies. In two articles about him, I found a Jinnah that has hitherto remained eclipsed from people — one by his sister Fatima Jinnah titled “A businessman Becomes A Barrister” and another by Sadat Husain Manto called “Jinnah Sahib”.
His sister says his eager mind was keen to benefit from his visit to England at a time when the spirit of British liberalism was making profound impact on the minds of people. He adopted the typically English habit of reading carefully his morning newspapers. About his joining the Lincoln’s Inn, Fatima Jinnah quotes his brother as saying, “My inquiries and discussions made me decide for another inn than Lincoln’s. But then I saw the name of the great Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) engraved on the main entrance of Lincoln’s Inn among the great lawgivers of the world. So I made a sort of vow that I would join Lincoln’s Inn.”
Saadat Hasan Manto’s writings on Jinnah makes for an interesting reading in that he talks about the lifestyle of this great leader, his relations with his sisters other than Fatima Jinnah and with his servants and drivers. “The Quaid had three sisters, one of them lived at Chowpati and her husband did not earn much. Jinnah Sahib would send her some money every month.” Jinnah played billiards and would hit with precision. Manto also wrote that in politics “the Quaid never made hasty decision. As in billiards, he would examine the situation from every angle and only move when he was sure he would get it right the first time”.
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Naye Ufaq Digest June 2014 new edition online. Monthly Naye Ufaq Digest June 2014 contains different social instructive and moral stories, interesting novels, Spiritual Treatment, selected Urdu poetry, useful Islamic articles and much more in Urdu language. Click on the below mentioned links to read online and also download full version of Naey Ufaq digest for the month of June 2014 in Pdf format for offline reading.