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Umrao Jaan Ada (Urdu: امراؤ جان ادا ) is an Urdu novel by Mirza Hadi Ruswa ( –), first published in It is considered the first Urdu novel by many . Umrao Jaan Ada book. Read reviews from world's largest community for readers. UMRAO JAAN ADA by MIRZA HADI RUSWA, To ask other readers questions about Umrao Jan Ada / امراؤ جان ادا, please sign .. Academic research on Umrao Jaan (both novel and the character) led Krupa.

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Umrao Jaan Ada

There she is sold for rupees to Khanum Jaan, the head tawaif of a kotha. She is renamed Umrao and begins to study classical music and dance. Together with the other apprentice tawaif and Gauhar Mirza, the mischievous illegitimate son of a local Nawab, she is taught to read and write in both Urdu and Persian.

As Umrao grows up, she is surrounded by a culture of luxury, music and poetry.

She eventually gains her first client, earning her the suffix of jaan but prefers the impoverished Gauhar Mirza, her friend.

Umrao Jaan attracts the handsome and wealthy Nawab Sultan. The couple fall in love, but after a jealous customer tries to start a fight with Nawab Sultan, he shoots him and the jealous customer Zabardast Khan dies. He no longer comes to the kotha and Umrao Jaan must meet him secretly, by the help of Gauhar Mirza. As Umrao Jaan continues to see Nawab Sultan and also serve other clients, she supports Gauhar Mirza with her earnings. A new client, the mysterious Faiz Ali, showers Umrao Jaan with jewels and gold, but warns her not to tell anyone about his gifts.

On the way to Farrukhabad, they are attacked by soldiers and Umrao Jaan discovers that Faiz is a dacoit and all of his gifts have been stolen goods. Faiz Ali escapes with his brother Fazl Ali and she is imprisoned, but luckily one of the tawaif from Khanum Jaan's kotha is in the service of the Raja whose soldiers arrested her so Umrao Jaan is freed.

As soon as she leaves the Raja's court, Faiz Ali finds her and gets her to come with him. He is soon captured and Umrao Jaan, reluctant to return to Khanum Jaan, sets up as a tawaif in Kanpur.

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Aanandi by Ghulam Abbas Prem Chand ke afsaane: a selection of short stories. A new client, the mysterious Faiz Ali, showers Umrao Jaan with jewels and gold, but warns her not to tell anyone about his gifts.

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