Famous Urud Books And their Authors - PPSC , FPSC, OTS, PTS AND NTS PAST PAPERS AND BOOKSBased on literary, cultural, and historical importance, this list tries to present some of the most remarkable works in Urdu. It is not limited to literature and includes books on history, culture, philosophy and religion. Readers may, of course, disagree and make their own lists. The list is not in order of preference. Bagh-o-bahar: a dastan, written by Mir Amman, is an example of simple yet idiomatic classical prose. Fasana-i-ajaib: a dastan, penned by Rajab Ali Baig Suroor, is among the samples of the most ornate classical Urdu prose. Kulliyat-i-Nazeer Akberabadi: collected works of a classical yet modern poet.
10 Entertaining Urdu Books Every Pakistani Millennial Should Read
Pakistani writers are notable for writing the nonfiction, historical, romance and love stories books. Only a few are there who wrote or writing on the real fiction material. Work on romance and love fiction is although there but the work on modern fiction is considerably low. Here is the list of some famous and top writers of Pakistan who are known for delivering the unique subject matter or common story in a different way. Mustansar Hussain Tarar is the renowned writer in Pakistani writing line. Born on March 01, , Mustansar Hussain Tarar has earned fame for being a writer, traveler, novelist and columnist.
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India has a unique literary history and tradition that extends back over 3, years. Indian English literature may have a relatively shorter history, but is nonetheless rich with award-winning and critically acclaimed masterpieces no book lover should miss out on. The book is a thrilling first-person narrative told from the perspective of Balram Halwai, a young man from a poverty-stricken small village who moves to Delhi to work as a chauffeur for the elite. From her arranged marriage to Nathan, a farmer, to the changes brought about by the advent of a large tannery in their village, the novel covers a rich range of subjects with uniquely gripping prose. This historical Indian book by Khushwant Singh was widely revered during its release in for bringing a human perspective to the partition of British India into India and Pakistan.