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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Reading novels to while away the time, I saw my grandmother read it innumerable times sitting in her own aangan [courtyard], and relating totally with it.

In a similar vein, but without going overboard, Asloob Ahmad Ansari from Aligarh regarded it as one of the 15 major novels in the language. Archived from the original on 7 August Overall this is a masterpiece and I finished masstoor in two days.

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. The khadijz, their lives, the atmosphere, all of it kept calling to me. She has published five books of short stories and two novels.

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The many characters are clearly delineated and memorable, each sad and unfulfilled in their own way. Archived from the original on 21 February I picked up the novel and put it down only after I had finished reading it. Rockwell contributes an afterword which offers useful kahdija into the story and its author.

And if anyone is thinking that why did I gave fewer stars if I loved this book this much, then the answer is that even though the name and synopsis suggested it already, when I began qangan a pre-partition novel, Khadijaa was expecting the author to make us see some teeny-tiny amount of struggle the males of that time did. It also puts light on the political furore that went within the country during those times.

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Then there were tons of emotion of growing up in such closed-up space. I picked up this book since it has started to get dramatized in Pakistan’s telly, just wanted to see if it was something I’m willing to be invested on enough to catch up weekly episodes, hadn’t realized that I would fall so madly in love with these characters and story, even though it covers such a small picture of such a big historic event.


The women of the household are engrossed in gossips and picking fights over events in the past. Mastur’s novel gives an excellent look into the home of Indian citizens at the time of partition and the myriad amstoor in which loyalties were divided in the end. Archived from the original on 1 September Written by Mustafa Afridi, it is the dramatization of the award-winning novel of the same name by Khadija Mastoor.

Now this novel is really different in way of speaking. Retrieved 10 November Archived from the original on 2 October Today as well, clouds had been gathering since evening. Retrieved 11 September I am not going to lie, I still had an inexplicable heavy feeling when I finished but, after a gap of three years, I was able to appreciate the novel far better. I loved this novel. BOTH decision and timing are scarcely believable and will surely give more ammunition to those quarters denouncing I dont like that part otherwise rest is fine.

Mar 25, ahmad afridi rated it really liked it Shelves: Principal photography began on 7 November in Wazirabad. In social terms, this book is believeable because the women of my society tend to make a lot sacrifices that men Like many, I was directed to this book by a chapter in the Urdu text book of my elder sister.

Nobody is more tragic than Israr Mian, son of a low-caste mother but with the same father, who hovers outside the aangan and has to literally beg Kariman Bua, the family servant, if he can get some food once everybody else has finished eating.


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Its a tale narrated by a young Aliyah who witnesses the lives of her family, her father, elder sister, mother and a cousin who lives with them. When she could not find the manuscript, she sat down and wrote it all over again. Love triangles are usually tedious affairs but the prickly one between Aliya, Chammi and Jameel is beautifully realized.

Retrieved 16 December She wrote several collections of short stories. To top 14 Nov. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Refresh and try again. Aliya keeps herself busy in her books and studies and dreams of a free life one day and that forms the rest of the story. A magnificent book that depicts the bitter battles women fight, far from the battlefield. For me, it is a novel of significant absences, no less important for what it is not than for what it is.

Archived from the original on 17 January December 31, Economic direction? Nov 17, Luthien rated it liked it.

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b Hardcoverpages. In social terms, this book is believeable because the women of my society tend to make a lot sacrifices that men are brought up to take for wangan. Mawra Hocane’s look from upcoming drama ‘Aangan ‘ “.

Even though the story plowed through the dullest part of the independence, and you could practically feel the character’s boredom with the stagnancy of their courtyard as the whole political uproar happened, the story had this way of unfolding that kept me wanting for more, kept me wishing to see it through.

It was harrowing to read that aangxn. It is set in the time period 12 years before the independence of subcontinent from British Raj rule. She added that “it focuses on the partition of a family” as “the physical and emotional divide of a country”.

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