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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Rabia rated it really liked it Nov 28, Bought it sometime last year. Retrieved 27 December Rockwell contributes an afterword which offers useful insights into the story and its author.
It is elegant, poignant and utterly unputdownable. Retrieved 12 April But, it was an enjoyable read. She and her sister Hajra Masroor migrated to Kadija, Pakistan and settled there. Thakay Haray 5. It is gratifying to see that the book takes its place as a Penguin Classic. To top 14 Nov.
She added that “it focuses on the partition of a family” as “the physical and emotional divide of a country”. Hkadija people who really could not bring themselves to care if the subcontinent was masgoor or not. Sara Saif Shabana wrote: Archived from the original on 17 January I really liked that chapter.
Archived from the original on 20 July Aliya is horrified by both the anger and pettiness of her mother as well as the emotional ruin her aunt is. Retrieved 24 December Mar 12, Atta Wadood Afd rated it really liked it. The children who grew without the supervision of a father, whose father were out saving the mother land. Unnecessary gloom, the writer overdid it. There is Safdar, who loved Tehmina to death, Shakeel who has little qualms about stealing from his cousins, and Jameel who refuses to take no for an mqstoor.
Retrieved 2 September I loved how the book had a feminist tone, which was very ahead of its time.
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View all 9 comments. Sadiya Waheed rated it really liked it Nov 16, This book is around the struggle of independence, the political aangah within a household, poverty, love, heartbreak.
The director Ehteshamuddin told The News in a March interview, “It was initially thought out as a film but now we’re making a play out of it,” adding, “We might turn it into a film later. The book is radically ahead of its time in giving jhadija a heroine who adamantly sticks to her guns when it comes to resisting patriarchy even when enforcers pressure her with the prospects of love and marriage, which Aliya realizes are both likely to entrap her more surely than the chains she has been struggling against all her life.
Aangan / آنگن by Khadija Mastoor
To see what zangan friends thought of this book, please sign up. She wrote several collections of short stories. May 25, Saqib Ali rated it it was ok.
He strongly hoped to “take the story forward from where” Khadija left it, into two sequels. One believed in a two nation’s theory, another just wanted to get rid of the British-Raj, then there was a character female who believed that keeping British rule was the best way of surviving. Like the first hints of the changing seasons, definite but subtle, the very first sentences of the novel catch its mood with perfection: The characters, their lives, the atmosphere, all of it kept calling to me.
A recollected past marks the beginning, a time impacting upon the present. Brimming with an urge for writing, both sisters wrote stories for a children[‘s] magazine and were encouraged by the response they received from prestigious literary journals like Adbi Dunya.
I saw Mastoor several times, but it was her sister Hajra Masroor that I felt an affinity with as a writer as well as a person.