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  • Surhk Fetah | Qudratullah Shahab

    Surhk Fetah

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 7 mins)
    • By Qudratullah Shahab
    • Narrated By Arif Bahalim
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    A selection of short stories from the book Surkh Feetah written by an eminent Urdu writer Qudrutullah Shahab. Titles include:1)Karachi; 2) Aey Bani Israel; 3) Shalwaar; 4) Aasar e Qadeema; 5) Ek Puncture. Shahab published in English and Urdu Languages for contemporary newspapers and magazines of Paksitan Writers' Guild, founded at Karachi in January 1959.

  • A Selection from 'Chiragh Talay' | Mustaq Ahmed Yusufi

    A Selection from 'Chiragh Talay'

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    • By Mustaq Ahmed Yusufi
    • Narrated By Arif Bahalim
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    A selection from one of the classics of Urdu Humour, Chiragh Talay. Ttiles include: "Coffee, Moozi", "Aur Aana Ghar Mein Murgion Ka", "Junoon-e-Latifa". About the author: Mustaq Ahmed Yusufi is an Urdu satirical and humour writer from Pakistan who has also served as the head of several national and international governmental and financial institutions. He received Sitara-e-Imtiaz and Hilal-e-Imtiaz, the highest literary honors by the Governmet of Pakistan in 1999.

  • Hind Yatra [Urdu Edition] | Mumtaz Mufti

    Hind Yatra [Urdu Edition]

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    • By Mumtaz Mufti
    • Narrated By Arif Bahalim
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    Mumtaz Mufti was born in Batala, Punjab (now in India). He became a civil servant under British rule and started his career as a schoolteacher. Soon after partition he migrated to Pakistan with his family. He was awarded the Sitara-e-Imtiaz and Munshi Premchand Awards. Hind Yatra is his much acclaimed travelogue, recounting his trip to India in fascinating detail.

  • Collected Urdu Children's Stories Vol. 1 | Shaukat Hashmi,Naima Sohaib

    Collected Urdu Children's Stories Vol. 1

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    • By Shaukat Hashmi, Naima Sohaib
    • Narrated By Arif Bahalim
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    A collection of timeless Urdu Children's stories and folk tales. Includes original Urdu fiction and translated stories in easy to understand language. Sure to provide hours of listening pleasure to both parents and children. A fun way to brush up on elementary Urdu while letting your imagination run wild as you are transported to mythical lands and far away places!

  • Patras Kay Mazameen | Patras Bukhari

    Patras Kay Mazameen

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    • By Patras Bukhari
    • Narrated By Arif Bahalim
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    Patras Kay Mazameen is a collection of humorous short stories that are the favorites of Urdu listeners and students. This set conains eight of the stories from the collection. Please note: This audiobook is in Urdu.

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  • Nagri Nagri Phira Musafir |  Ibn-e-Insha

    Nagri Nagri Phira Musafir

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    • By Ibn-e-Insha
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    Ibn-e-Insha, real name Sher Muhammad Khan was a Leftist Urdu poet, humorist, travelogue writer and columnist. 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.

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  • Himaqatain:

    Himaqatain: "Blood Pressure" and "Taveez" [Urdu Edition]

    • UNABRIDGED (34 mins)
    • By Shafiq Ur Rahman
    • Narrated By Arif Bahalim
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    Shafiq-ur-Rahman (November 9, 1920-March 19, 2000) was a Pakistani humorist and a short-story writer in Urdu. He was a medical doctor by profession and served in the Pakistan army. He received Hilal-e-Imtiaz for his military and civilian services. Rahman's work added a new dimension to humor in Urdu literature. His unforgettable characters include Razia, Shaitaan, Hukoomat Aapa, Maqsood Ghora, Buddy, Judge Sahab, Nannha, and many others.

  • Chaltay Ho To Cheen Ko Chaleay | Ibn e Insha

    Chaltay Ho To Cheen Ko Chaleay

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    • By Ibn e Insha
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    One of the classics of Urdu literature, Chaltay Ho To Cheen Ko Chaleay is a highly engaging and informative travelogue about China by Ibn e Insha. Through his experiences Ibn Insha takes the listener on a journey that teaches one about the rich Chinese culture, literature, history, lifestyle, technology, language and much more.

  • Naya Qanoon | Saadat Hassan Manto

    Naya Qanoon

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    • By Saadat Hassan Manto
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    "Naya Qanoon" is a classic Urdu short story set in the background of British rule in the sub-continent. It was inspired by the promulgation of the Act of India, 1935. The story revolves around a tonga driver, Mangoo, who despises the British colonizers and cannot wait for the new act which he mistakenly believes will end colonial rule. He receives a big shock when on the first day under the new act he refuses to be humiliated by a British customer and hits back. He is shocked when he is arrested for assualting a Gora Sahib.

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  • Bajang Aamad | Colonel Mohammad Khan

    Bajang Aamad

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    • By Colonel Mohammad Khan
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    Bajang Aamad, one of the classics of Urdu Literature by Colonel Muhammad Khan is a humorous autobiographical account of his time in the army. Colonel Muhammad Khan was a Pakistan Army officer and a war veteran. He also served in the Indian Army of the undivided British India during World War II. The success of this, his first book earned him critical acclaim and he is considered one of the most influential humor writers of his era.

  • Shagoofay [Urdu Edition] | Shafiq Ur Rahman

    Shagoofay [Urdu Edition]

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    • By Shafiq Ur Rahman
    • Narrated By Arif Bahalim, Aeman Najmi, Anjuman Irfan
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    Shafiq-ur-Rahman (November 9, 1920-March 19, 2000) was a Pakistani humorist and a short story writer in Urdu. He was a medical doctor by profession and served in the Pakistan army. He received Hilal-e-Imtiaz for his military and civilian services. Rahman's work added a new dimension to humour in Urdu literature. His unforgettable characters include Razia, Shaitaan, Hukoomat Aapa, Maqsood Ghora, Buddy, Judge Sahab, Nannha, and many others.

  • Jannat Ka Bhoot | Azeem Baig Chughtai

    Jannat Ka Bhoot

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    • By Azeem Baig Chughtai
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    Jannat Ka Bhoot is a selection from the works of Mirza Azeem Baig Chugtai. About the author: Mirza Azeem Chughtai, known in literary circles by his pen name Shabnam Romani, was a renowned Urdu poet based in Karachi, Paksitan. Shabnam Romani wrote a number of books, including Jazeera, Doosra Himala, and Tohmat. He was the publisher and editor of the quarterly Aqdar, a literary Urdu magazine, and wrote a regular column in The Daily "Mashriq" Karachi.

  • Ya Khuda | Qudratullah Shahab

    Ya Khuda

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    • By Qudratullah Shahab
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    Set at the time of Partition, Ya Khuda recounts the gut-wrenching horror of migration and the pandemonium that ensued. Never before had a storyteller described as vividly the horrors of our history. This story is a painful journey through the masses of decrepit humanity, sick by nausea of nationalism, hate, lust, and barbarity. This book is certainly not an incrimination of just one side of the partition boundary, but reminds us that there are beasts on both sides of the border. Only the names change, sometimes it is Balbir Singh and in some places it is Abdul Rauf.

  • Kirnain [Rays]: Fast Bowler [Urdu Edition] | Shafiq Ur Rahman

    Kirnain [Rays]: Fast Bowler [Urdu Edition]

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    • By Shafiq Ur Rahman
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    Shafiq-ur-Rahman (November 9, 1920-March 19, 2000) was a Pakistani humorist and a short-story writer in Urdu. He was a medical doctor by profession, and served in the Pakistan Army. He received Hilal-e-Imtiaz for his military and civilian services. Rahman's work added a new dimension to humor in Urdu literature. His unforgettable characters include Razia, Shaitaan, Hukoomat Aapa, Maqsood Ghora, Buddy, Judge Sahab, Nannha, and many others. This story, Fast Bowler is from the book Himaqatain.

  • Mad o Jazr: 'Shareer Phool', 'Ahmaq'' | Shafiq Ur Rahman

    Mad o Jazr: 'Shareer Phool', 'Ahmaq''

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    • By Shafiq Ur Rahman
    • Narrated By Arif Bahalim
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    Shafiq-ur-Rahman (November 9, 1920-March 19, 2000) was a Pakistani humorist and a short-story writer in Urdu. He was a medical doctor by profession and served in the Pakistan Army. He received Hilal-e-Imtiaz for his military and civilian services. Rahman's work added a new dimension to humor in Urdu literature. His unforgettable characters include Razia, Shaitaan, Hukoomat Aapa, Maqsood Ghora, Buddy, Judge Sahab, Nannha, and many others.

  • Parwaaz [Flight]: Shaitaan Ki Khala and Chay | Shafiq Ur Rahman

    Parwaaz [Flight]: Shaitaan Ki Khala and Chay

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    • By Shafiq Ur Rahman
    • Narrated By Arif Bahalim
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    Shafiq-ur-Rahman (November 9, 1920-March 19, 2000) was a Pakistani humorist and a short-story writer in Urdu. He was a medical doctor by profession and served in the Pakistan Army. He received Hilal-e-Imtiaz for his military and civilian services. Rahman's work added a new dimension to humor in Urdu literature. His unforgettable characters include Razia, Shaitaan, Hukoomat Aapa, Maqsood Ghora, Buddy, Judge Sahab, Nannha, and many others.

  • Lady Doctor - A Selection from Kirnein [Urdu Edition] | Shafiq Ur Rahman

    Lady Doctor - A Selection from Kirnein [Urdu Edition]

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    • By Shafiq Ur Rahman
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    Shafiq-ur-Rahman (November 9, 1920-March 19, 2000) was a Pakistani humorist and a short story writer in Urdu. He was a medical doctor by profession and served in the Pakistan Army. He received Hilal-e-Imtiaz for his military and civilian services. Rahman's work added a new dimension to humor in Urdu literature. His unforgettable characters include Razia, Shaitaan, Hukoomat Aapa, Maqsood Ghora, Buddy, Judge Sahab, Nannha and many others.

  • Lahu Lahaan | Anwer Abbas

    Lahu Lahaan

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    • By Anwer Abbas
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    A collection of short stories by Anwer Abbas, drawing on the author's eventful life journey and touching on deep human emotions.

  • Kharratay | Mehram Ali Chisti

    Kharratay

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    • By Mehram Ali Chisti
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    A selection from monthly Nuqoosh. Originally published in the monthly newspaper Rafiq e Hind Lahore on 18 Novermber 1890. Coexisting with a roommate is always a challenge; moreso when your cohabitant has a propensity of loud snoring. What follows is a hilarious account of how the author tries ingenious methods to take care of the English Officer's "Kharratay."

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