Narratives of traumatized women form the structural foundation of Paradise _ those who are violated not by the Whites, but by the men of an all-black town of a newly established paradisal community ... Read More

Leitner was Hungarian by birth and “an Austrian Subject”. As an intelligent young student he learnt the major languages of the Islamic countries (e.g. Arabic, Turkish, Persian and later on Urdu) an ... Read More

Seikh Muhammad Ismail Pani Pati was a well known writer, scholar and critic. He was also known as a Haali shanas. He wrote and compiled three important books on Haali, like ''Jawahrat-e-Haali'',''Ta ... Read More

Masnavi Ramzul Ish'q is a unique literary master piece of Classic Urdu Literature. It also has great importance as an early Urdu writing in Punjab. It is an important Urdu poetic composition on myst ... Read More

The sentiments particular to Pakistani society and the different linguistic features of the Pakistani version of Urdu language are very evident in Urdu Novels written over here after independence. T ... Read More

Apartheid was a system of institutionalized racial segregation and discrimination that existed in South Africa from 1948 until the early 1990s. The system was based on white supremacy and the repres ... Read More

Jabir Ali Sayyed possesses a unique status in criticism, linguistics, prosody, Iqbaliyat and poetry. This unique status of his includes him in the list of genius personalities. He gave a disciplined ... Read More

Goli Taraghi is a representative modern fictionist of Iran. She has introduced new trends in Iranian fiction. Her fiction works abound with the element of reminiscence. This aspect does not only dep ... Read More

Dr Jamil Jalibi (1929-2019) is a well-known writer, literary historian and critic. There are over thirty books on these genres, to his credit. He wrote a matchless History of Urdu Literature and edi ... Read More

Allama Iqbal (1877...1938), as a poet of Persian, had passionate feelings about Iran and its literary heritage. In this article, the writer introduces four important Irani scholars who introduced Iq ... Read More

This article reproduces 28 unpublished letters of Prof. Maulavi Muhammad Shafi, the founder chairman of the editorial board of the Urdu Encyclopedia of Islam and his successors (Dr. Muhammad Wahid M ... Read More

Prof. Aal-e-Ahmed Suroor was a prominent writer, critic and Iqbaliat expert. He was the editor of Anjuman Taraqi-e-Urdu's weekly news letter "Hamari Zabaan" published from Ali Garh. He had to travel ... Read More

Moulvi Abdul Haq (1870-1961) was one of the greatest lovers of Urdu literature who continuously strived for the survival and evaluation of Urdu language, throughout his life. One of his most conside ... Read More

In this research article, for the first time, a rare manuscript on the city of Delhi titled Zikr-e-Umooraat-e-Aam Delhi by Ram Ji Dass has been introduced. The book was written before 1854. This is ... Read More

This article is an unpublished chapter of Vol-2 of this writer's Urdu work, (The Pre-Islamic Arabic Literature). It introduces to the Urdu world a comparatively less known poetess, Jalilah bint Murr ... Read More