AANGAN BY KHADIJA MASTOOR PDF

Aangan (Urdu: آنگن) is a famous social and political Urdu novel written by a famous Pakistani writer Khadija Mastoor. It was first published by. Documents Similar To Aangan by Khadija Mushaf By Nimra Ahmad. Uploaded by. Omer Arshad. Yeh Hansta Howa Mousam by Farhat Ishtiaq. Read Book Aangan ebooks 1 by Khadija Mastoor on Rekhta Urdu books library. Navigate to next page by clicking on the book or click the arrows for previous.

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Khadija Mastoor

The women of the household are engrossed in gossips and picking fights over events in the past. Its not a story of just victims but of those they victimized. Dear reader, online ads enable us to deliver the journalism you value. Retrieved from ” https: Archived from the original on aanhan August Its the story of narrow-minded cultural practices which were mostly pushed by women of the family, the senseless and hypocritical nature of them and how these made up cultural taboos took lives and nobody even in their hearts felt sorry for what they have done.

These episodes leave her with no faith where romance is concerned, especially since she is also an appalled witness to the marriages of her mother and aunt, to men who are more wedded to their politics. The reviewer is a critic and fiction writer and teaches literature and the humanities at Habib University, Karachi. Dec 27, S. Pakistan is once again at a critical juncture of political transition.

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All you need to know about Khadija Mastoor’s novel Aangan before the drama goes on air

My parents would often talk about it. For Aaliya, the main leading lady, it felt to me that this cramped up space didn’t allow her to think her decisions through. The male cast of the character had a different political view and agenda each.

She longs to educate herself and spread her wings in the wide sky. Dec 23, Shabana Mukhtar rated it it was amazing. Open Preview See a Problem?

She added that “it focuses on the partition of a family” as “the physical and emotional divide of a country”.

Retrieved 17 January Retrieved from ” https: Like many, I was directed khadina this book by a chapter in the Urdu text book of my elder sister. Those large events remain off-stage.

I sort of want bu cry, I’m confused? Archived from the original on 20 July Archived from the original on 17 January Still, I wish to find some historical literature of pre-partition that would show me the struggles of the men of that time.

Published by Sang-e-Meel Publications first published The many characters are clearly delineated and memorable, each sad and unfulfilled in their own way. Jago Pakistan Jago Wonderful Indonesia.

Retrieved 24 December Anosha Rehman You b search for pdf easily on google. She is sensitive and intelligent yet very humble and a caring soul. Archived from the original on 27 September Other aspects of the picture always get lost.

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What was happening there? Thakay Haray 5. Retrieved 20 December It is an acute portrayal of the times and lives of women, not just from a female point of view, but also a tale that mirrors the political times outside the courtyard, set in a few decades before partition and moves to the post-partition times eventually.

Return to Book Page. What an incredible book.

The author lives in Singapore, is an obsessive reader of Urdu literature and is an avid follower of Urdu serials. Khadija began writing short stories in Good-looking and romantically inclined, Jameel does not wear the shoes of a hero. December 31, Economic direction? Dear reader, please upgrade to the latest version of IE to have a better reading experience.

It also puts light on the political furore that went within the country during those times. Khadiaj Mastoor was born on 11 December in BareillyIndia. I personally love a book that is critical of everything—nothing is objectively matsoor or bad, and good and bad can be found in everything.

Want to Read saving…. View all 4 comments. Its mastoof, main idea, struggles and plot twists are natural. What happened in the streets?