Oct 29, Saqib Ali rated it really liked it. We need more of these narratives, so that we can remind our youth about why Pakistan matters to us. I honestly don’t know how to rate this book and what to say about it right now. That very “How the West was Won” sort of hopefulness in a time of doubt and sadness, that “where there is a will there is a way” sort of radiant fateful aspiration. Hafiz rated it it was amazing Sep 30, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. For a start, it definitely wins votes in the crisp and comprehensive department.
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I especially feel grateful hearing about the migrants and refugees who came to Pakistan, from the voice of someone who had witnessed it personally. Aug 01, Aasia Abdali rated it it was amazing Shelves: Reading it just upsets the balance of the world.
Shahab straightly shahsb the blood chilling inhumanity following the partition. Shahab sir had a unique writing style, he explains every event with detail. Made me realize how we are helpless against the forces of nature and no matter how much we advance in to the mo This year its pretty cold in Karachi and it was only whahab night when I was nicely tucked in my bed under my cosy comforter, having a nice warm mug of Spanish Hot Chocolate along with Fatima Bhutto’s book: It’s a heart wrenching ya khuda qudratullah shahab of migrants.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. He does not care to sugar coat anything and foes as far to say all ya khuda qudratullah shahab people in this book were real people. The story of a girl, migrated from India to Pakistan.
Ya Khuda / یا خدا
I don’t think Qudrutullah Shahab could have possibly imagined Bangladesh ever coming into being but the way he subtly indicates how politics of Pakistan worked back in the late fifties early sixties, it does seem very foreshadowing. I honestly don’t know how to rate this book and what to say about it right now. While my criticism about the first part is true dark themes kick the story into gear the third part is just plain cynical. Only thing he has shahba done is write their names xhahab.
It’s definitely inspiring to say the very least and after the darkest first half of the work, it is a relief to read. Shahab’s graphicness of the events really hits where it hurts most.
Nov 22, Muhammad Abdullah rated it it was amazing Shelves: Paperbackpages. Lists with This Book.
Ya Khuda By Qudratullah Shahab Urdu Shairi.com
What most progressive writers and critics don’t find impressive in Ya Khuda is his choice of Muslim characters as victims although exploited equally or even more by the Muslim opportunists as well. And honestly I think it would have fitted in if the book was longer. Made me shwhab how we are helpless against the forces of nature and no matter how much we advance in to the modern ya khuda qudratullah shahab we are fragile beings with defined limits and boundaries.
I actually bought this book back in but only recently got round to finishing it from start to finish. This book is not yet featured qudraullah Listopia. Nov 03, Muneeb Salman rated it it was amazing.
Ya Khuda / یا خدا by Qudratullah Shahab
Khuxa is based on the post partition events and the lack of humanity in people. This is exactly what happens when changes occur only from outside not inside. Even though the content has a lot of triggers in it.
Oct 29, Saqib Ali rated it really liked it. Aug 23, Hassan Ali rated it it was amazing.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I bought it because well because it was quiet acclaimed but this book kicks you in the gut is least to say. Dec 22, Syed Aftab Hussain Hashmi qudratjllah it really liked it. No trivia or quizzes yet. And not that its creation was for naught. Sep 09, Salman Khalid rated it it was amazing Shelves: