SHAHAB NAMA BY QUDRATULLAH SHAHAB URDU EBOOK

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Shahab-Nama-by-Qudrat-Ullah-Shahab-Completeشہاب نامہاز قدرت اللہ شہابfor more books visit bestthing.info LanguageUrdu. Shahab-Nama-by-Qudrat- Ullah-Shahab-Complete. شہاب نامہ. از قدرت اللہ شہاب. for more books. Qudrat Ullah Shahab (or Qudratullah Shahab) (Urdu: قُدرتُ اللہ شہاب ), (26 February – 24 July ) was an eminent Urdu writer and civil servant from . Urdu Books Shahab Nama a biography of Qudrat Ullah Shahb Read online Free Download in Shahab Nama Urdu Book Authored by Qudratullah Shahab.


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To ask other readers questions about Shahabnama / شہاب نامہ, please sign up. One of the finest book in Urdu history and one of the best books of my life yet. Qudrat Ullah Shahab (or Qudratullah Shahab) (Urdu: قُدرتُ اللہ شہاب ), (26 February – 24 The real disclosure came in the final chapter of Shahab Nama that alluded to an out-of-world personality whom he used to call Bano Qudsia, a veteran Urdu writer, wrote a book Mard-e-Abresham on Shahab's personality. Read Ebooks of Qudratullah Shahab on Rekhta Ebook Library. well known for his mysterious personality and remarkable autobiography 'Shahab Nama'.

He played a vital role to solve the issue of refugee and their settlements. He served this post till the regime of Skandar Mirza and Gen. Ayub Khan. Qudrat ullah Shahab also served as the ambassador of Pakistan in Holland.

Shahabnama / شہاب نامہ

Qudrat ullah Shahab has clear views on Sufism. All personalities as mentioned earlier are much impressed by Sufi thoughts. In his life, Qudrat ullah much impressed from Khawaja Qutubuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki who was the great saint of Chishtia order.

He declared this Sufi helped him a lot in all parts of life. It made him immediately a household name in Pakistan.

Its idea came when he was visiting his friend Ibn-e-Insha in England and they were talking about the philosophy of life. He then started writing chapters and read them in reading circles. Some were published in newspapers and magazines. The "Shahab Nama" is a most wonderful book in its simplicity. In the main, a memoir of Qudrat ullah Shahab, this book allows one to contemplate and think about what should be important in our lives and to relish those things before it is to late.

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His words and insights have a simple clarity, which would live on in the hearts of the readers. The "Shahab Nama" is in effect, a candid, moving and entertaining memoir.

It's real amazing that old people who knew him when he was in main screen of bureaucracy, never had thought that this serious gentleman has such delicate heart. I really can't mention everything which made me laugh so hard because this review won't be enough. The humbleness of the writer played most cunning trick that might no writer would be able to do. It's extraordinary for a writer to make it believe the reader that he was an ordinary guy.

He really got succeeded and this makes him extra ordinary person. His piracy of poetry in childhood, stealing money from tombs, teaching an English brat in Camblepoor Currently known as Attock which is my district as well , Winning competition of international essay award pretending that it just happened mistakenly , Helping Mumtaz Mufti for his jobs but never mentioned it in here Mumtaz Mufti claimed it in his Book Alakh nagri and the attack of inferiority complex while entering in Examination Hall of ICS.

Writer was so religiously Fundamental but part moderate which is very rare combination. His respect of Saints specially tombs, Helping a Paish Imam when he asked for help by the reference of Holy Prophet, beating the black magic sorcerer who dominated the area by his black magic tricks, resigning in front of Ayub Khan when Ayub decided to exclude "Islamic" from Islamic Republic of Pakistan, volunteering for spying for Philistine kids and for their propaganda school course and performing Hajj in first priority.

He got hold of the book by Combining historic events in interesting way that new generation can easily remember about main events after Partition. Patriotism and Corruption could be one of themes which are influencing the book.

The shaky situation of Pakistan after Partition like when he explains that they used thorns for paper pins, Corruption in claim department, lack of management when he was commissioner and most importantly the real faces of our so called leaders and head of states. Explaining all Emotional shocks which anyone usually faces in life in such frank style that nobody will share personal life as he did. His unfinished love with Chandra Watti.

Death of Iffat and Maan Jee. The haunted events made this book so so famous.

I never believed in supernatural things before reading this book. It's certainly true that evil spirits can elect very nasty way to convey their message to living. The determination, Tolerance and integrity is main lesson for us Youth.Older generations have a This is an amazing book.

Shahāb, Qudratullāh 1920-1986

Sep 02, Sidra Hateem rated it it was amazing. It's not like Such people are true assets of our country. This book contains a lot of hilarious incidents that can make you laugh till your brains out.

He had to face Kabbalah Magic too. Mumtaz Mufti made him the subject of his autobiography Alakh Nagri and later dedicated another book Labbaik.

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I loved the narrative style and the free flowing of information in the book. It was fault of the Pakistani politicians east and west alike and the our prejudiced British-complex bureaucrats faults and it took 24 years and a lot of dirt money make it happen and propaganda. Literary works[ edit ] Shahab published in English and Urdu languages for contemporary newspapers and magazines of Pakistan Writers' Guild, founded at Karachi in January

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