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1 Jun Topics Novel, Aag Ka Darya, Qurat Ul Ain Hairer. Collection opensource. Language Urdu. Aag Ka Darya By Qurat Ul Ain Hairder. آگ کا دریا. Read Aag Ka Dariya book reviews & author details and more at HAIDER AND THIS NOVEL IS ONE OF THE BEST IN HINDI NOVELS. Enter your . 9 Feb s and 80s was a high time for Quratulain Haider. She wrote the best of her novels post Aag ka Darya during this time. These include.

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The story does not look promising in that part. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

To view it, click here. It is written much in the tradition of historical novel, where we see different characters in different eras within the timeline of years. They started a new life in Karachi. Onvel first hero is a Brahmin barmachariya, who is a talented artist who finds inspiration in a failed romance.

Quratulain Haider wrote her magnum opus Aag ka Darya River of fire in when she was 30 years old. Mar 12, Taloot S. It was published around View all 8 dsriya.

The story draws a heart breaking analogy of how times changed for the courtesans, blurring differences between reputable and disreputable. She was a unique writer in many ways. With the imposition of martial law inthe government started giving its official version of how things should be and how things shouldn’t be.


Aag Ka Darya By Qurat Ul Ain Hairder

The first half of the novel is really good and deserved to be categorised as ‘classic’. One interesting part of the novel is when Pakistani cousins visit their Indian cousins and spend some days together. People belonging to her class and environment didn’t know any differences among communities. Critics and readers unanimously agree that Aag ka Darya is the greatest Urdu novel ever written. Novdl for telling us about the problem.

Some four hundred years later, they left Tirmiz and finally arrived in India. Sep 04, Shumaila rated it really liked it Shelves: I tried very hard to understand where the author was going with this but found myself reading multiple storylines and none of them made sense. Inter The most important novel of twentieth-century Urdu fiction.

Aag Ka Darya / آگ کا دریا by Qurratulain Hyder

Quratulain uncovered a wealth of information in form of old letters, photographs and literary references. Aakhir-e-Shab ke Humsafar is based in Bengal.

The cultured girls of Lucknow seem to be in hot demand of eligible bachelors the world over. Unnecessary details, numerable characters which distract reader’s attention from main characters are quite off putting The first half of the novel is really good and deserved to be categorised as ‘classic’.

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And she argues for a culture that is inclusive: History does not seem to be very important with the local people, who qag seem to be occupied with accepting all vagaries of life, all masters, abhorring conflict, content to spend their lives in trying to find the meaning of life. This novel revolves around the basic ideals of humanity which are peace and identity.


Its an experience of another level reading this classic. Perhaps because its breadth of past years is surprisingly so meaningful in the present.

This tragedy had a huge impact on the sensitive girl’s mind.

Lucknow did not see much physical tragedy and violence but azg social upheaval was overwhelming. The story starts in s when on one hand the freedom movement is progressing and on the other hand communism is spreading rapidly.

Urdu’s greatest novels: Aag ka Darya and beyond

Quratulain herself left Lucknow and migrated to Pakistan with her family. Want to Read saving…. Not that I consider myself fully equipped k, but at least I get a fair idea why Haider is considered to belong to the breed of Marquez, Saramago and Pamuk by so many critics of Urdu literature. Hardcoverpages.