AWAZ-E-DOST (hb) Author: MUKHTAR MASHOOD. ISBN: Year: Publisher: FEROZSONS AUTHOR: MUKHTAR MASOOD. DR KHALID MAHMOOD SHOUQ (D.V.M)U A F. EDITOR IN CHIEF THE VETERINARY NEWS & Published in: Spiritual. 0 Comments; 0 Likes. Buy Awaz e Dost by Mukhtar Masood (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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Awaz e Dost / آواز دوست by Mukhtar Masood
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Want to Read saving…. His form was distinct and, whether you agreed with some of his views he could be the supremacist, ultra- nationalist and a ddost fan of Islamic uprisings or not, you could not dismiss them as mere flourishes of the pen. Jun 30, Umer rated it it was amazing. So far he has written 3 books in Urdu: He then gradually rose to become a commissioner and a federal secretary.
Masood will, however, not be remembered for his contributions to the public services of his country; his real claim to fame is in the realm of Urdu letters. Sep 29, Muhammad bin Abdul Jabbar rated it really liked it. IT is one aawz the best urdu books ever written. Shumaila rated it it was amazing Nov 15, dosf Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Mukhtar Masood was born in Aligarh on 7th June Masood took the first competitive examination for the Central and Superior Services of Pakistan CSPstood third in it, and became a Civil Servant in the newly emerged dominion in Mukhtar Masood brings into this text his close observation of the years of upheaval preceding the partition of India and the end of Victorian rule.
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Published by Ferozsons first published Ibn Azhar Just finished with Loh Ayam. Books by Mukhtar Masood.
Tayyab Jaan rated it really liked it Jul 12, A Economics in He was counted among the brilliant students of his days, brilliant in academics; he was a keen debater and a familiar face and name in the literary circles of the campus which had then a galaxy of talent. A graduate from Sir Syed’s Muslim University Aligarh, he migrated to Pakistan after independence and was among the three candidates who succeeded in the civil service competitive exam held in January Later on he served as chairman of the Pakist Mukhtar Masood Urdu: The best book about heroes of Pakistan Movement, I have ever read.
Awaz e Dost / آواز دوست by Mukhtar Masood (4 star ratings)
With his eloquent style ,the authors carries the reader with him until the book finishes. Syed Mohd rated it really liked it Apr 28, Zeeshan Jora rated it really liked it Oct 28, Published by Ferozsons first published 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 personalities before and after partition If any witness can define the struggle of independence, British influence over Indian mindset, post-independence fate of Muslim struggle, hopeless political leadership after the demise of Quaid-e-Azam; I would call him Mukhtar Masood.
The books details the events, forces, people, mukhtzr ideas that lead to the creation of Pakistan. A graduate from Sir Syed’s Muslim University Aligarh, he migrated to Pakistan after independence and was among the three candidates who succeeded in the civil service competitive exam masoos in January Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Oct 27, Ummay Qasim rated it it was amazing. Loh e Ayyam Urdu: Muhammad rated it really liked it Apr 02, Muhammad Ali rated it really liked it Jul 22, sost Cried when I realized Qahat-ur-Rajal Adored when I read ideology of our country Emotional when I mukhatr about independence activists Confused when I read the about-face of personalities 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 is considered an antiquated: I am speechless after finishing this book Masood has shown respect for Mulana Azad style though did not approve of his Politics.
His father, Shaikh Ataullah of the Department of Economics was an expert on Iqbal during his student days in Lahore, he was quite close to the philosopher-poet.
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