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Kulliyat - e - Manto (Manto ke Afsane - Vol. 2) URDU
by Saadat Hasan Manto      (Author ALERT)



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ProductID: 15098 - Hardcover - 687 Pages (Year: 2009)
Educational Publishing House ~ ISBN: 8182230683


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 Indiaclub.com Description

Manto was a prolific writer of fiction and non-fiction. His short stories have been assembled in a 3-volume set. Volumes have been arranged in alphabetical order of the title of the stories.

This volume is second in the series, and covers titles beginning with Urdu alphabet J, Ch, H, Kh, D, R, S and Sh etc and includes 93 short fiction of Manto besides a comprehensive introduction, critical survey of his works, philosophy and style. .



 Table of Contents

MUKADAMA
PESH LAFZ
MANTO NAMA

1. Janki
2. Mohamad
3. Jaraz Istemal
4. Jao Khaf if Jao
5. Jism Aur Rooh
6. Gentlemeino Ka brush
7. Joota
8. Ji Aya Sahab
9. Jeyli
10. Jhmkey
11. Jhooti Kahaniy
12. Chugat
13. Chaudhvin Ka chand
14. Chor (1)
15. Chor (2)
16. Chori
17. Choohedan

ISHARIYA

1. Hafiz Hussain Den
2. Hamid Ka Bachha
3. Haj Akbar
4. Hazamat
5. Husan Ki Tafleek
6. Halal Aur Jhatka
7. Haiwaniyat
8. Khalid Mian
9. Khali Botle Khali Dabbe
10. Khabardaar
11. Khuda Ki Kasam
12. Khat Aur Uska Jabab
13. Khwab Khargosh
14. Khuz Fareb
15. Khudkashi
16. Khoshat
17. Khashboodar Tel
18. Khushya
19. Khooni Thook

ISHARIYA


1. Dus Rupy
2. Dawate Amal
3. Dadda Pehlwan
4. Do Kaumen
5. Dhuan
6. Dekh Kabira Roya
7. Dewali Ke Diye
8. Dewana Shayer
9. Darling
10. Dr Shirodkar
11. Darpok
12. Dharas
13. Rajo
14. Ram Khilaman
15. Ram-Eshgar
16. Rati-Masha Toza
17. Rehmat Khuda / Vandgi Ke Bhool
18. Rishwat
19. Riyayat

ISHARIYA


1. Saare Teen Aane
2. Sayat Sheree
3. Subz Sandal
4. Sajda
5. Saraj
6. Sarkandon Ke Peechey
7. Sarmai
8. Sarak Ke Kinare
9. Cigarette Aur Fountain Pen
10. Santar Panch
11. Sauda Bechne Wali
12. Suraj Ke Liye
13. Sorry
14. Sau Candle Pawar Ka Bulb
15. Saunorqi
16. Saune Ki Anguthi
17. Sahae

ISHARIYA


1. Shadan
2. Shadi
3. Sharda
4. Shanti
5. Shah Dole Ka Chhuha
6. Shareefan
7. Shaghal
8. Shikari Auraten
9. Shaljam
10. Shushu
11. Sheh Nasheenpar
12. Shaheedsaz
13. Shaida
14. Sher Aaya-Sher Aaya Davrna
15. Sheru
16. Sahabe Karamat
17. Sadke Iske
18. Safai Pasandi
19. Taquat Ka Imtehan

ISHARIYA

 


 About the Author

Saadat Hasan Manto was born on 11 May 1912 at Samrala in Punjab's Ludhiana district. In a literary, journalistic, radio scripting and film-writing career spread over more than two decades, he produced around 250 stories, scores of plays and a large number of essays. He wrote over a dozen films, including Eight Days, Chal Chal Re Naujawan and Mirza Ghalib. The last one was shot after Manto moved to Pakistan in January 1948.

He was tried for obscenity half-a-dozen times, thrice before and thrice after independence. Two of his greatest stories - Colder than Ice and The Return - were among works considered 'obscene' by the Pakistani censors. Manto's greatest work was produced in the last seven years of his life, a time of great financial and emotional hardship for him. He died several months short of his 43rd birthday in January 1955 in Lahore.


 

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