Ibn-e-Insha, real name Sher Muhammad Khan, born on June 15th, 1927, died on Jan 11th, 1978, was a Leftist Urdu poet, humorist, travelogue writer, and columnist. He is regarded as one of the best humorists in Urdu. His writing has a distinctive diction laced with language reminiscent of Amir Khusro in its use of words and construction. He was associated with several governmental services including Radio Pakistan, Ministry of Culture, and National Book Centre of Paksitan. He also served the UN for some time and this enabled him to visit a lot of places and was the reason for his subsequent travalogues. Some of the places he visited include Japan, Phillippines, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Afghanistan, Iran, India, France, UK, Turkey, and the US. Nagri Nagri Phira Musafir is a humorous and fascinating account of many such travels.
Please note: This audiobook is in Urdu.
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"Can't beat Ibn-e-Insha's wit. Excellent humour."
Great book from one and only Ibn-e-Insha. Extremely humorous. It made me laugh at night and in bus/train to work. And mind you I don't laugh easily😜
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