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خاک اور خون

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This historical novel describes the challenges faced and losses suffered by Muslims of the Indian Sub-continent during their migration to Pakistan after the Partition of India in 1947. On June 3, 1947 Lord Mountbatten announced that district of Gurdaspur was to be assigned to Pakistan but Redcliffe, Head of the Boundary Commission, conspired with Indian politicians such as ...more
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Published 1950
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Ammar Ibnezia
ایک بہترین کتاب۔ باب اول میں نسیم حجازی کے قلم کے کمالات متاثر کن ہیں۔
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I have read many stories at the time of partition but this one is no way near to them. clear, precise, true and exact picture has been taken by naseem in this book.
maazi ki talakh yadain, na insafian or bahaduri k muzahiray is kitab mai mehfuz karlie gayi hain. shru say le kar akhir tak maazi ki Yeh jhalkiyan, mamlaat, mamulaat or malumaat is kitab ka ahem hissa hain.
I am in love with this book. :)
also, this book has made me fell in love with Pakistan. the efforts and the hard work of Muslims
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Sharīf Husain (Urdu: شریف حسین), who used the pseudonym Nasīm Hijāzī (Urdu: نسیم حجازی, commonly transliterated as Naseem Hijazi, or Nasim Hijazi) was an Urdu writer famous for writing Islamic Historical fiction. Born in British India he settled in Lahore, Pakistan after independence. His novels based on Islamic history are considered one of a kind in Urdu literature.
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