ISSN(Print): 2709-9636 | ISSN(Online) : 2709-9644 | ISSN-L : 2709-9636

(2020) Volume 1, Issue 4

Protest litrature in Jammu and Kashmir (With reference to Urdu short stories)

  1. Dr. Falak Fayrooz
    Assistant Professor, Higher Educaion, Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, India
Abstract: The protest litrature has gained a remarkable space in the world of current literature. the world famous writers viz. Aga sahid ali, MiChil focoo, Muhammad Darvesh, Auran dati Roy,Faiz Ahmad Faiz, Mushraf Aalam zooqi, Anwar sajad, Rasheed Amjid etc have written master pieces of creative writing in the protest litrature. Like other parts of the world j and k is not Forbehind in creating of protest litrature which is a strong Manisfistation and outlet of public emotions .The protest litrature has become a strong plate from for the writers to raise their voices aganist the chaos and disordernees of social, political, socio economic setups. In j and k Protest litrature is evident in other urdu literary genres but has a great apeal in Urdu short stories like in (aajadi), (Arustoo ki wapse), (yai Basti aazaboon ki) etc, where in the different fictious characters have completely amalgamated in the prescribed roles of protest as is depected by the little boy of (Aajadi) created by Gh. Nabi. Sahid. In (Aroustoo ki wapsce) Wahshe sayed has Buetifully inscribed the degradation of current values as compered to the values setup during the era of great skinder azam for soldiers. The short story (Yae basti aazaboon ki) by mansoor ahmad mansoor vividly potraites the gloom of a city and is optimistic about the arrival of sind baad jahazi that he would vanish the sorrows and worries of the people in the basti
Keyswords: Healing Touch, psychological conflict, freedom, raid, Identity parade, Custodial death, Solider, Immorality, Lawlessness, rumours, Sexual exploitation.
Pages: 01-08
Article: 1 , Volume 1 , Issue 4
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-IV)1
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Ghalib's Uniqueness in the Background of Corona

  1. Mehmood Qureshi
    Agra U.P, India
Abstract: India has a special place in the historic city of Agra. Literature is remembered as Akbar Abad. The list of Urdu poets from Dabstan Akbar Abad is long enough. Mir Taqi Mir king of Ghazal, born in Agra. Not only literature, but the city of Agra has its special identity in various fields. People from different states come here
Keyswords: Special, Historic, Agra, Literature, Urdu Poets, Identity
Pages: 09-18
Article: 2 , Volume 1 , Issue 4
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-IV)2
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Saleem Ahmed’s views about Akbar Allahabadi and Thought of Iqbal

  1. Dr. Abdul Wajid Tabassm
    Assistant Professor, Department of Pakistani Languages, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad
  2. Zara Kiren
    Scholar Ph.D Urdu, GC Women College University, Sialkot
Abstract: Salim Ahmad is considered to be the most controversial critic in the history of Urdu criticism. His creative criticism opened a new dimension of discussion. We can disagree with his thoughts but his questions can not be denied. He also raised many questions on the thought of Iqbal in his book “Iqbal ak shair”. At the same time he also expressed his critical views on Meer, Ghalib, Hali and Akbar Alabadi. Akbar influenced his views about the revival of old muslim civilization.This article is the comparative study of the thought of Akbar Alabdi and Iqbal about free Muslim’s state to safeguard Muslim’s civilization.
Keyswords: Controversial, Critic, History, Criticism, Dimension, Discussion, Disagree, Thougts, Questions, Muslim Civilization
Pages: 19-24
Article: 3 , Volume 1 , Issue 4
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-IV)3
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Terrorism as a Theme in Rashid Amjad’s Fiction

  1. Babar Hussain
    Scholar Ph.D Urdu, ational University of Modern Languages, Islamabad
  2. Dr. Muhammad Afzal Butt
    Chairperson, Department of Urdu, GC Women University, Sialkot
Abstract: Terrorism is a well Known term. It is means any action whitch creats harassment and fear amind the people of same region or a country and the perpetrator who fabricate the problem are called Terroists , Terrorism is considered the most serious threat in any society.This has become a huge security challenge for a country to sustain its sovereighty. Terrorism has also had a profound effect on world literature of urdu literature simultaneously i.e Ghazal,Nazam,Novel and short stories Many Urdu fiction writers have generated the best literature in contaxt of terrorism Dr Rashid Amjad is also a well Known name in urdu fiction . He has written important short stories regarding terrorism in which he has adopted symbolic style. In this article we discuss the terrorism as a theme in Dr Rashid Amjad fiction
Keyswords: Terrorism, Action, Harassment, Fear, Region, Country, Terroists, Security Challenge, Sustain, Profound, Effect
Pages: 25-34
Article: 4 , Volume 1 , Issue 4
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-IV)4
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A Study of the Intellectual Dimension of Praveen Shakier In the Context of the Twentieth Century Feminist Movement

  1. Dr. Sadaf Fatima
    Assistant Professor, Department of Urdu, University of Karachi, Karachi
  2. Uzma Noreen
    Lecturer, Department of Urdu, GC Women University, Sialkot
Abstract: Perveen Shakir was known feagure of poetry. She was individual personality. Due to her individual poetry very short period many people never paing respect due to her special poetry. She was really a respectable position of poetry. In her poetry it reflects in her critiazing poetry.20th century in Urdu literature the personality of Perveen Shakir is a different style poetry and prose.I like Perveen Shakir because of her being a generation of have
Keyswords: Parveen Shakir, Individual, Poetry, Respectable, Reflects
Pages: 35-50
Article: 5 , Volume 1 , Issue 4
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-IV)5
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The Aspect of Political Oppression in Ahmad Dawood's Short Stories

  1. Dr. Tahseen Bibi
    Head of Urdu Department, University of Sawabi, KPK
  2. Anjum Yousaf
    Scholar Ph.D Urdu, Qurtaba University of Sciecne and Technology, Peshwar
Abstract: Ahmed Daud is an important name of Urdu fiction he is not only a simple addition but has given a meaningful position of present time’s fiction writing. He has taken start of his writings in great political struggle. He describes political and social environment, struggle and martial law with great beautification. He describes his great wish to free from political cruelties. This article describes a survey of Ahmad Daud,s fiction writings with special reference to high light political situation and struggle۔
Keyswords: Important, Urdu, Fiction, Addition, Position, Writing, Enviroment, Beautification, Martial Law, Political
Pages: 51-60
Article: 6 , Volume 1 , Issue 4
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-IV)6
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The Influence of Eastern Scholars on Iqbal

  1. Beenish Fatima
    Lecturer Department of Urdu, Federal Urdu University of Arts, Sciences & Technology, Islamabad
  2. Riffat Choudhary
    Lecturer Department of Urdu, GC Women University, Sialkot
Abstract: Allama Muhammad Iqbal is a distinguished poet, a brilliant scholar and a gifted philosopher. But above all else, he is a true visionary. He is a Sufi poet for all the modern ages that aroused a revolutionary spirit in the nation through his poetry. His poetry has been translated in many languages. In his work, he always stressed the greatness of Islam and Muslims. Iqbal did not grow in isolation. He is representative of some basic elements of culture. We cannot think of Iqbal without referring to Ghalib as his predecessor. At the sometime, Molana Rumi and Hafiz Sherazi too influenced Iqbal. We have one thousand years of History of Persian in this era that is why Iqbal preferred this language in his poetry. No doubt, he is the "spiritual father of Pakistan". He followed his predecessors but made his own identification .This is his wisdom and vision, that makes him a remarkable poet of worldwide fame and his work will live forever.
Keyswords: Distinguished poet, Brillant, Gifted, Philosopher, Visionary, Revolutionary, Spirit, Nation, Translated, Elements
Pages: 61-72
Article: 7 , Volume 1 , Issue 4
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-IV)7
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Shahida Latif's Travelogue "Oh Yeh Bartania" in the Perspective of Feminism

  1. Mr. Liaqat
    PhD Urdu Research Scholar, Department of Urdu, Hazara University Mansehra
  2. Dr. Sadia Khalil
    Assistant Professor, Department of Urdu, Jinnah College for Women, University of Peshawar
  3. Dr. Hashmat Khan
    Assistant Professor, Govt Degree College Batkhela (Malakand)
Abstract: Shahida Latif is the life partner of Abdul Hafiz, a highly esteemed senior lawyer at the Supreme Court. In their loving family, they are blessed with one daughter and four sons. These days, she resides in Islamabad. She possesses exceptional expertise in Urdu Literature. She excels as a poet, accomplished writer, seasoned journalist, patriot historian, highly skilled travelogue writer, and proficient translator. She held the esteemed position of Chief Editor at Mahnama Overseas International in Islamabad. Shahida Latif has described this Mahnama as a usurper of Pakistan, characterized by its literary and cinematic nature. For 22 years, she dedicated herself to the field of journalism, and in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the profession, she was bestowed with the highest honor. Additionally, she received awards on both national and international levels, and her remarkable achievements led Jamiludin Aali to bestow upon her the title of a national poet.
Keyswords: Shahida Latif’s, travelogue, "Oh Yeh Bartania”, Feminism, Islamabad, Mahnama, 22 years, Jamiludin Aali
Pages: 77-85
Article: 8 , Volume 1 , Issue 4
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-IV)8
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