Archived from the original on 7 August Touched me but I didn't like the end. It also puts light on the political furore that went within the country during those times. People from Lucknow Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi Urdu:
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Since then, it is being published continually.
S, can't wait to see Ahad Raza Mir as Jameel now, as his character is already so close to my heart and I'm already in so much pain for him. She longs to educate herself and spread her wings in the wide sky.
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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. That too, in the shadow of a long history of being elites then suddenly turning poor because of a recently failed independence movement. khqdija
Bought it sometime last year. Sara Saif Shabana wrote: The reason, I bought it was because in 9th grade Urdu text book we had a chapter from this novel. Adamjee Literary Award for Urdu Prose In social terms, this book is believeable because the women of my society tend to make a lot sacrifices that men Like many, I was directed to this book by a chapter in the Urdu khadijz book of my elder sister.
Sep 13, Samra rated it really liked it Shelves: Just a moment while we mastpor you in to your Goodreads account. Then there were tons of emotion of growing up in such closed-up space. May 25, Saqib Ali rated it it was ok.
The protected environment she has grown up in proves insufficient to the task of shielding her from the trauma of losing her beloved elder sister Tehmina and dear friend, Kusum to suicide when they invest too heavily in the possibility of heady love and romance in the otherwise arid landscape of their lives only to be left utterly devastated.
Touched me but I didn't like the end. He wrote 50 books on topics such as poetry, fiction, criticism, journalism and art, and was a major figure in contemporary Urdu literature.
I sort of want to cry, I'm confused? To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Sadiya Waheed rated it really liked it Nov 16, Plot In a January interview, the director praised the simplicity of the novel on which the production is based, saying; "It sheds light on the revolution that women went through in those times", and "Set in an inner courtyard, the story has been told from the perspective of a woman.
Written by Mustafa Afridi, it is the dramatization of the award-winning novel of the same name by Khadija Mastoor.
Thanda Meetha Paani - winner of Hijra Award 7. Interestingly enough in this cloistered space, reserved for women, men who are related by blood seem to have right of access and given a surprisingly free hand to romance, stalk, molest or manipulate their cousins.
May 26, Namoos Qasmi rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Like many, I was directed to this book by a chapter in the Urdu text book of my novells sister.
Apr 05, Kamran rated it really liked it Shelves: Member feedback about Hajra Masroor: A book should not teach others to be paranoid and scared of falling in love. She has put unbearable grief, pain and sufffering with one girl which is not natural!
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Khadija Mastoor was born on 11 December in BareillyIndia. It also puts light on the political furore that went within the country during those times. Member feedback about Ismail I: Even though the story plowed through the dullest part of the independence, and you could practically feel the character's boredom with the stagnancy of their courtyard as the whole political uproar happened, the story had this way masttoor unfolding that kept me wanting for more, kept 4.
But she is all but cut off from an outside world with its endless possibility for one who dreams of self — sufficiency, and left to keep her hopes alive amidst the broken dreams and carnage of conflicting ideologies evidenced by her extended family.