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Raaste Khamosh hain - fiction by Mukarram Niyaz

Raaste Khamosh hain - fiction by Mukarram Niyaz
Raaste Khamosh hain is a collection of 13 Urdu short stories written by Mukarram Niyaz. The stories tells the complex and ever-changing human relationships as well as reveal different aspects of the bond of affinity shrouded in a multi-layered complexity of family life. It include Introduction Essays written by renown Urdu Authors Allama Aijaz Farrukh (Hyderabad, India), Mohammad Hameed Shahid (Islamabad, Pakistan), Naeem Baig (Lahore, Pakistan), Ishrat Moin Seema (Germany) and a critical analysis of short story "Khaleej" by Dr. Arshad Abdul Hameed (Rajasthan, India).

راستے خاموش ہیں - منتخب افسانے از مکرم نیاز محمد حمید شاہد لکھتے ہیں کہ: مکرم نیاز کا تخلیقی موضوع درد دِل رکھنے والا وہ انسان ہے جس کے ہاں مشینی اخلاقیات نہ ہوں۔ مکرم نیاز کو فطرت سے گریز پسند ہے نہ فطرت کا قیدی ہو کر سماجی تشکیل میں ناروا رخنے ڈالنا۔ سو اپنی فکر کے اس چراغ کی روشنی کو اپنے قاری تک پہچانے کے لیے وہ ایسی کہانی لکھتے ہیں جس میں فطری بہاؤ قائم رہتا ہے۔

Book NameRaaste Khamosh hain
AuthorMukarram Niyaz
ISBN9789356206847
LanguageUrdu
CategoryFiction
Subject keywordsurdu, urdu short stories, urdu fiction, literature
Pages192
Book Dimension6x9 inches
Publication Month/YearAugust-2022

کتاب کا نامراستے خاموش ہیں
مصنفمکرم نیاز
آئی۔ایس۔بی۔این9789356206847
زباناردو
زمرہفکشن
موضوع کی-ورڈزفکشن، افسانے
صفحات192
کتاب کا سائز6x9 انچ
ماہ و سالِ طباعتاگست 2022ء

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