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Awaz e Dost Urdu: Muhammad Humayun rated it really liked it May 04, Waqas rated it did not like it Apr 09, Oct 27, Ummay Qasim rated it it was amazing.

Each subsequent reading makes me aware of the meanings muhktar Awaz e dost by mukhtar masood could not fathom in my previous reading. Return to Book Page. June Through the descriptions in this book, I try to picture what my father who was in Aligarh during the s, would have felt and imagined. I felt it as a master piece in terms of its literary value however as a political treatise its much below the mark.

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What a book, what a writer! The real eye opener is commentary about Dr Ali Shariti and Murtaza Muthari the ideological brains behind the revolution.

Jun 10, Qurban rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Took several months to complete. Aamir rated it it was amazing Nov 07, The autographed book refers to my two elder sons; Hassaan Hyder and Azzaam Hyder.


The books details the events, forces, people, and ideas that lead to the creation of Pakistan. I wanted to thank you for this great read!!

Learning and Life: Mukhtar Masud’s Awaz-e-Dost and Love for Literature and History

We have surely gotten an independent state but unfortunately our minds, bg, system and bureaucracy is still a slave of pre-partition mentality. He said that he has written the book. Hardcoverpages. Hassan Raza rated it it was amazing Oct 16, This explanation should be written by others.

Shumaila rated it it was amazing Nov 15, Later on he served as chairman of the Pakist Mukhtar Masood Urdu: Makes you wonder why people can’t feel it that way again. First read this book inand was taken to a different world. Ideology that is trampled every day. Oct 02, Mir Shahbaz added it. awaz e dost by mukhtar masood

Cried when I realized Qahat-ur-Rajal Adored when I read ideology of our country Emotional when I read about independence activists Confused when I read the about-face of awaz e dost by mukhtar masood before and after partition If any witness can define the struggle of independence, British influence over Indian minds It took me almost one month to finish this book since I live in a society where book reading has become obsolete and the reader awaz e dost by mukhtar masood considered an antiquated: BooksHistoryLife.


A book that gives a awaz e dost by mukhtar masood view of Pakistan history through hopes, aspirations, longings, feelings, inspirations of a person who was there in Aligarh when Khalida Adeeb Khanum was speaking and flowers were raining down on her in the auditorium, when Quaid e Azam’s carriage was being hauled by the students from the station, when Iqbal came and spoke, The only time I felt that I should have been joined the civil service to enjoy the privileges of travel on government expense.

Wanted to know more about the people and places. Thanks for telling us about the problem. It covers the critical time and space once Iranian revolution was unfolding followed by its aftermath. The best book about heroes of Pakistan Movement, I have ever read.

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It makes me aware of what I don’t know and need to. With his eloquent style ,the authors carries the reader with him until the book finishes.

Our nation lost virginity the very first year of its birth. A literary mukhhar in history and philosophy of the creation of Pakistan. My father did not much talk about those times.