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Home Urdu Books Raja Gidh novel by Bano Qudsia Pdf Download Bano Qudsia is one of those Urdu authors who’d think twice before. Read Raja Gidh Urdu Novel Bano Qudsia, Best Famous Romantic Urdu Novels List. Raja Gidh (Urdu: راجه گدھ ) by Bano Qudsia is an Urdu novel. Gidh is the. Bano Qudsia (بانو قدسیہ) also known as Bano Aapa, was a Pakistani novelist, playwright and spiritualist. She wrote literature in Urdu, producing novels.

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Adamjee Literary Award for Urdu Prose Much hyped, but an overall disappointing read.

Open Preview See a Problem? Bano Qudsia died in Lahore on 4 February May 06, Shabana Mukhtar rated it really liked it Shelves: Qudsia is best known for her novel Raja Gidh. She was best known for her novel Raja Gidh. Woh bechu ko geniouses ki kitaaben padha ker aam bnany ki koshish kerta hai aur yehi taalim ka sub sy barha almiyah hy. Though he also loves her, he can not rise above his family values and succumbs to his parent’s pressure to marry someone against his wishes and leave for London to look after his family business.

I do nvoel have anything against religion, but not everyone follows religion so much extremely and we are destroying our literature by these recurring themes.

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Raja Gidh / راجه گدھ by Bano Qudsia

Beautifully written, impeccably crafted and surprisingly bold, this book deserves to be translated and spread across the world so that lovers of literature enjoy this gem of a book. Review of “Raja Gidh” by Bano Qudsia It is very difficult to not like something that’s written by a legend. I was surprised at the direction it took, the sensitive issues it tackled and how it laid bare the struggles and psyche of men and women of all classes.

I only read old Urdu classics and english literature now.

Raja Gidh / راجه گدھ

Account Options Sign in. It is interesting to note how Banu Qudsia takes a character and destroys him completely by throwing him in every situation deemed responsible for insanity.

Vultures are compared with human beings quite logically. I do not have anything against religion, but not I don’t know why we no longer have writers like Bano Qudsiyah and novels like raja gidh. The book is divided into four banno and the main theme of the story is determining the answer to a question or mystery; what causes madness in human beings?

We are working hard for making app better and more useful for you. Raja Gidh was This was so not what I expected. Thorough, inquisitive, painful, and all that a good book should be.

Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. As far as I thinkthis all started from that first introd Original rating: If one wants to live and die in peace and stick to religion and trust what God says.

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Dec 29, Sajjid Khan rated it it was amazing. Not mentioning them won’t remove them from our society. Its story about the love story of a News reporter girl and a naughty college boy. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The relation is Much hyped, but an overall disappointing read.

Just because of this I stopped reading modern urdu literature. Its story about the love story of a News reporter girl and a naughty college boy. I need to read a few pages or chapters, then take a break to absorb it and then come back to resume the book. View all 9 comments. Welcome to French Conversation Beginners.

Return to Book Page. Like she kept describing the beauty of Seemin but when it came to her religious class fellows she talked about them as some forbidden species.

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This is my third urdu novel so consider it a rookie’s review. May 26, Abdullah Khalid rated it liked it Shelves: She attributed the hostilities raging across the quddsia to the Intolerance and selfishness of the human race. Thanks to bano qudsia for enriching urdu literature!