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He was laid to rest in a Model Town, Lahore. He then got lectureship at Dayal Singh College, Lahore for two years.
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Anyone who has read this already should pick up “krishn chandar k shahkar afsanay” next. Only if typing in Urdu on screen wasn’t so darn painful.
Short stories from an eminent Urdu writer that chronicle human tragedy with a soft pen. Trivia About Aik Mohabbat Sau Here I come YouTube! The thing that I love about short stories in general is the fact that very thin outlines aii enough to create characters that the readers begin to care about naturally but of course that requires serious craftsmanship which not everyone possesses All of the stories I love the art of short story telling and “ek mohabbat so afsanay” is a collection afsaanay short stories done right!
Aik Mohabbat Sau Afsanay / ایک محبت سو افسافے
Amanay Shah rated it it was amazing Jan 14, Like many classics, almost the entire book can be quoted. The thing that I love about short stories in general is the fact that very thin outlines are enough to create characters that the readers begin to care about naturally but of course that requires serious craftsmanship which not everyone possesses All of the stories paint a picture of a certain type of love, therefore it is difficult to pick one out as a favorite.
His close association with Qudrat Ullah Shahab and Mumtaz Mufti was also attributed to this tendency. Apr 05, Ali rated it it was amazing Xo Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Ahmad Afzaal rated it it was amazing Jul mohagbat, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
On 7 SeptemberAshfaq Ahmed died of pancreatic cancer. To view it, click here. His works included novels, short stories and plays for television and radio.
Ayesha Amin rated it liked it Jan 18, Want to Read saving…. Yusra rated it liked it May 31, Abdul Wahid rated it it was amazing Feb 11, He authored several books in Urdu. And for those who are yet to read it, please do it now! After Partition, when Ahmed arrived at the Walton refugee camp with millions of other migrants, he used to make announcements on a megaphone around the clock.
Great short stories by great person, teacher, mentor. He has a way of explaining the philosohpies of life in the most simple manner. After returning to Pakistan from Europe, he took out his own monthly literary magazine, Dastaango [Story Teller], and joined Radio Pakistan as a script writer. Jul 24, Ayesha U rated it really liked it.
None of the short stories in this anthology have a happy ending. Return to Book Page. Review A collection of touching, moving and lovely stories of love, affection, and belonging. Feb 21, Kashif Zafar added it. I don’t think he’s been translated into English, so this review will interest readers of Urdu fiction only. Wakeel Ahmad rated it it was amazing Aug 29, Refresh and try again. View all 41 comments. Verdict Anything less than a 5 star rating, would be unfair.
It makes for a difficult and slow read, but feels worth it. Jess rated it did not like it Jul 16, I real liked “Ammi”, “shab khoon”, “Faheem”, “panahein” and “Talaash”.
No trivia or quizzes yet. His prose has a slightly unsettling, disruptive, vintage quality which bespeaks the black-and-white times in desi television history and made me yearn for ss films. Thanks for telling us about the problem. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
I love the art of short story telling and “ek mohabbat so afsanay” is a collection of short stories done right! Plot of each story was twisty and poignant in the end.
Sunny rated it liked it Nov 14, Aug 06, Muhammad Ahmed rated it it was amazing. Ashfaq Ahmed has a very unique way of drawing the readers into his stories with his vibrant afsansy and characters. He used to appear in a get together with his fans in PTV program Baittakh The Guest Room and Zaviya The Dimension where he gave swift but satisfying responses to each mihabbat every question posed by the youth audience.
Yet, what keeps one hooked to the book is Ashfaq Ahmed’s storytelling, his mastery of words. He also used to teach Urdu at Rome university. He also earned a special training diploma in radio broadcasting from New York University.