Teer-e-Nigah, a socio-moral novel by the one of great urdu legends, M. Aslam, well known indian / pakistani writer, who started writing in United India (before partition) and soon gained fame an popularity. He had written more than 200 books of around 10000 pages on the variety of topics, including, Romantic Novels, Social Issues Novels, Islamic Historic Novels and the sabotage during partition. In the decade of 1950, his books were so popular, people will buy them in advance before printing. His books Fitna-e-Tatar, Zawal Alhmara, Fateh Qustuntunia, Taigh-e-Abdali, Ju-e-Khoon are islamic historic novels Ashk-e-Nadamat, Sham o Saher, Akhri Raat, Farangan are socio-moral stories, Chashm-e-Laila, Ram Kali are pure romantic novels, and Raqs-e-Iblees is on the sabotage and destruction during Indo-Pak Partition. Many of his books were in the school / college course of the then India. One of his book Mirza Ji was a satire on the double standards of Indian Congress.