1 Jun Topics Novel, Aag Ka Darya, Qurat Ul Ain Hairer. Collection opensource. Language Urdu. Aag Ka Darya By Qurat Ul Ain Hairder. آگ کا دریا. Read Aag Ka Dariya book reviews & author details and more at HAIDER AND THIS NOVEL IS ONE OF THE BEST IN HINDI NOVELS. Enter your . 9 Feb s and 80s was a high time for Quratulain Haider. She wrote the best of her novels post Aag ka Darya during this time. These include.
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Quratulain Haider wrote her magnum opus Aag ka Darya River of fire in when she was 30 years old. Imran rated it it was noel May 14, The second bit of the novel has brought the rating down to 3 stars.
Families were breaking up.
Aag Ka Darya / آگ کا دریا by Qurratulain Hyder
Not to mention the wealth of information it contains. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. She started researching and dug out her roots as far back as AD when her ancestors fled from Umayyad prosecution and took refuge in Tirmiz in modern day Uzbekistan.
Characters with similar names and nearly similar circumstances appear in different eras novsl history to play their part of the tragedy.
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Urdu’s greatest novels: Aag ka Darya and beyond
Lucknow did not see much physical tragedy and violence but the social upheaval was overwhelming. The story does not look promising in that part.
How can we forget our forefathers and their efforts? The novel was heavily criticised for portraying Partition as a tragedy, use of medieval Buddhist and Hindu philosophy and painting a rich picture of a multicultural pre-Partition Lucknow society where all communities lived in peace and harmony.
Quratulain Haiderin her characteristic aloofness, never responded to any criticism. A glorious tapestry of India’s history Oct 24, Maheen Zaahra rated it it was amazing. One of the most outstanding literary names in Urdu literature, she is best known for her magnum opus, Aag Ka Darya River of Firea novel first published in Urdu in from Lahore, Pakistan, that stretches from the 4th century BC to post partition of India.
The nofel of blood’ is used to string the novel together as the heroes change over time. Unfortunately, as the writer narrates and can be observed, after the partition, these ideals are badly nivel.
This novel is like a jewel in Urdu’s treasure. Aftab Sheikh rated it liked it Nov 13, The story moves on to explore the fascinating tradition dariua courtesans, beautiful women trained in finest dance and singing, well versed in poetry and unlike household women they could take part in intellectual discussions – in short all qualities an intelligent man looks in a female companion.
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Elliot, she used in the beginning? Raised the very important question for me, what have gained by severing ties with India? The first one is brilliant followed by longish one set in the elitist circles of ‘s Lucknow. After all, any ideology is perfect, absolute which unfortunately makes it very unachievable as well. At this point in driya, she made perhaps the most difficult decision of her life.
The story starts in s when on one hand the freedom movement is progressing and on the other hand communism is spreading rapidly. The naturally talented girl nurtured her skills and started her career as a writer while she was still in her mid teens.
Quratulain’s father Syed Sajjad Haider Yildrim was a very famous writer of his time and one of the originators of Urdu short story. One interesting part of the novel is when Pakistani cousins visit their Indian cousins and spend some days together. The great religion of Islam is just one of the other great religions to inhibit the great land mass of India. And she argues for a culture that is inclusive: Popularly known as “Ainee Qurratulain Hyder was an influential Indian Urdu novelist and short story writer, an academic, and a journalist.
From Muslim havelis to the Hindu temples and Christian quarters and from Shantinikaten to Sunderban, it paints a beautiful picture of Bengal. It explores the ancient cultural heritage of the Indian subcontinent, and how the past is linked to the present.
Aag Ka Darya / آگ کا دریا
It is due to these fascinating faculties that she was able to write such masterpieces in literature. Suddenly the smooth description of the progenitor disappears as a myriad of characters suddenly come to the fore, confusing the whole story very badly.
Existentialism is an ever present theme in almost all the stories.
Reviews for the English translation: At some point in time she got fascinated by the interesting and colourful history of her illustrious family. Muslims were migrating to Pakistan. Dr Tanzeel rated it really liked it Dec 24, Batool Abidy rated it it was amazing Oct 17, I can understand why Qurat could have messed this bit up variya this was her own era so she was capable of presenting a lot more but this change in style is very confusing for the reader.
The dawn of freedom which permanently partitioned Bengal, the East Pakistan years, the bloody civil war and finally Bangladesh, the characters live through these moments and sometimes succumb to them.