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Des Des ke Safer namay (Travelogue), mazay ki batain, nagri nagri phira musafir

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<br>Allah Kaba Or Banda is a Book on the Spiritual Journey of Hajj with all its Glory. Itís a Travelogue and Reportage of Dr. Asif Mehmood Jah's eyewitness account of Hajj and has been written while sitting in front of KAABA, ROZA RASUL and other Holy places in Makkah and Medina. Allah, Kaaba aur Banda contains feelings and expressions created during the visit of holy places in Mecca & Medina during Hajj. The Hajj pilgrimage rites performance and visits of various Holy sanctuaries is a wonderful experience. Whatever he felt in his heart and mind, he tried to capture those precious moments and images in black and white.
You may notice that the writer of this book has somewhat looks de-tracked but this is not the case. This is his emotional absorption with the situation, place and the moment that he forgot himself OR his writing is overfilled with love, passion devotion and commitment. All the narratives in this book is talk of the heart, talk of inner of the man. The talk of the feelings bursting out of his heart. These are the sobbing, groaning, crying and firehouse of sentiments which can never cool down. The book has been reviewed by eminent writers and scholars including Mr. Majeed Nazami, Mr. Mustansar Hussain Tarar, Mr. Hassan Nisar, Mr. Atta ul Haq Qasmi, Maulana Tariq Jameel, Mufti Rafi Ahmed Usmani, Dr. Anwar Sadeed and others.
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<br>Hindustan Hamara is a Travelogue of India by Qamar Ali Abbasi, perhaps the most popular Travelogue Writer of Urdu Language. He was born In Amroha (India) and later moved to Pakistan. After completing his higher studies of M.A (Economics) and M.A (Urdu), He joined the National College Karachi as Lecturer of Economics. He passed C.P.S.C and joined Radio Pakistan Lahore as Assistant director in 1966. He served Radio Pakistan for 32 years as a station director in Kuzdar, deputy controller and chief editor Ahang Pakistan Calling, Controller, Station director Radio Pakistan Karachi. After leaving Radio Pakistan he joined Jang publication as an Editor of Info Line. In 1999, he moved to the United States and joined the Weekly publication Awam as a Cheif Editor. Presently, He is writing Daily and Weekly Columns in Urdu newspapers all over the world which can be accessed through most of the news papers and their web sites. He has written 18 children's books and 28 Travelogues. He received the prestigious All Pakistan Newspaper Award for the best Column in 1991. He received pride of the Tamaga-i-Imtiaz in 2000. He has received many awards from different association and countries for his contributions to the Urdu literature.
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This Safarnama is written by Mubashir Nazir, the author of "Quran aur Bible key Des Mein". The author has explored Turkey from Istanbul to Iranian Border. He has provided details of Istanbul, Bolo, Samson, Trabzon, Uzon Gol, Tortum, Erzurum, and Mount Araraat (Mount of Prophet Noah). He has also visited Ankara and Bursa. The author has explored the history of Turkey and provided details about Kemalist Movement, Sufi Movement of Maulana Jalal ud Din Romi and other important events in the history of Turkey. How did Muslims conquered Turkey and what was their position during different ages. All that you can find in this safarnama.
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Labbaik is a travelogue and reportage of Mumtaz Mufti's Hajj. Its a classic of Urdu and is one of the best selling books in Pakistan. In this journey he was accompanied with Qudrat Ullah Shahab and had many mystical experiences. Mumtaz Mufti (1905 October 1995), was a writer from Pakistan. In the beginning of his literary career, Mumtaz Mufti was considered a non-conformist writer having liberal views. Like Mumtaz Shireen he appeared influenced by Freud. As Ashfaq Ahmed, a close friend, once said before partition, Mumtaz Mufti used to read unpopular literature and even novels by a Swedish writer. He disliked the partition plan but later became a patriotic Pakistani and defender of Islam and its principles. His main transformation from a liberal to a hardline sufi came about after he came under the influence of Qudrat Ullah Shahab. All the same, he did manage to retain his individual accent and wrote on subjects which were frowned upon by the conservative elements in society. He writings more or less resemble Sadat Haddan Manto
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A Travelogue of Fairy Meadows. Bayal camp and Nanga Parbat Base Camp
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