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Shahab Nama Urdu book is an autobiography written by Qudratullah Shahab. He is a renowned Urdu writer of last century. The author was a Pakistani. Qudrat Ullah Shahab (or Qudratullah Shahab) (Urdu: قُدرتُ اللہ شہاب ), (26 February – 24 July ) was an eminent Urdu writer and civil servant from . 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 . Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version .
Mushfiq Khwaja was one of those who criticised Shahabnama for its exaggerations, inaccuracies and 'stretched truths'.
But he, too, was convinced of its absorbability. Khwaja Sahib wrote in his literary column published in an Urdu weekly that though its thickness was threatening, once you started reading the book, it would be impossible to do anything else till you read it through.
And the end made one desire that the absorbing story was still lengthier. Though in the same piece he declared in his usual tongue-in-cheek style that in his autobiography Qudratullah Shahab's art of story-telling and sketch-writing was at its best.
It is beyond any shade of doubt that Shahab was a master story-teller. His novelette Ya Khuda is testimony to it. Appreciated by such reputed critics as Hasan Askari and Mumtaz Shireen, the novelette that tells the sad story of a refugee girl has a satiric theme but makes one feel like crying.
As though three collections of Shahab's short stories - Nafsanay, Maan jee and Surkh feeta - were not enough to confirm a seat for him in the hall of fame of Urdu literature, his autobiography, published shortly after his death, became so popular that it ran into many editions - a rare feat for any Urdu book. Born on February 26, in Gilgit, Qudratullah Shahab was a civil servant, short-story writer, Sufi and the moving spirit behind many government schemes launched for the benefit of writers and intellectuals.
He also served as Pakistan's ambassador to the Netherlands, federal secretary of education and federal secretary of information. 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.
He came from nowhere but got what he deserved. How simple the advice looked given by his dad "1. It was finished in and published in the same year after his death.
The book has sixty chapters and pages Sang-e-Meel Publications, Lahore, edition From anecdotes of his childhood to the author's close proximity to all early Pakistan presidents earned Shahab Nama a household name in Pakistan. Chapter nine to fifteen describe author's experiences during his initial postings to different parts of India and creation of Pakistan in Four chapters are devoted to Mr.
Shahab's writings and critics' comments on them. Chapter 16 to