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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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Awaz e Dost Urdu: Cried when I realized Qahat-ur-Rajal Dsot 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 mukhtr Muslim struggle, hopeless political leadership after the demise of Quaid-e-Azam; I would call him Mukhtar Masood.
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Abid Ali rated it it was amazing Mar 12, Jun 01, Khalid rated it it was amazing. Muhammad Humayun rated it really liked it May 04, Waqas rated it did not like it Apr 09, Farooq Ahmed rated it really liked it Nov 21, Aawaz on he served as chairman of the Pakist Mukhtar Masood Urdu: Sohaib Siddiqui rated it really liked it Jan 06, Aasem Bakhshi rated it really liked it Apr 04, He was considered fairly close to General Ziaul Haq and was his informal adviser on many issues concerning Islamisation of various mu,htar of administration but he refrained from accepting any post-retirement assignment which provided him prestige and stature among Pakistani intelligentsia.
Sep 29, Mukkhtar bin Abdul Jabbar rated it really liked it.
Like his Alig contemporary, Dpst Ahmad Yusufi, he was an infrequent writer but this moderate literary output resulted in Urdu prose of a distinct didactic style — a genre hitherto almost unknown to Urdu letters. Very nice, must read!
Awaz e Dost Urdu: Awaz e Dost was a master piece of Mukhtar Masood.
Awaz e Dost / آواز دوست
Faisal rated it really liked it Oct 13, Usman rated it it was amazing Oct 13, A literary work in history and philosophy of the creation of Pakistan. Syed Mohd rated it really liked it Apr 28, Umar rated it really liked it May 14, The real eye opener is commentary w Dr Ali Shariti and Murtaza Muthari the ideological brains behind the revolution.
Osama Mehmood rated it really liked it Jun 10, Sep 03, Raja Qmasi added it. Hameed Khan rated it really liked it May 18, Published by Ferozsons first published View all 4 comments. 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.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Farrukh rated it really liked it Jun 12, Maryam Qamar rated it really liked it Dec 26, And that was a severance of physical ties with the AMU; he has written somewhere that in an unpartitioned country, he might have preferred to have spent his entire life in Aligarh as a teacher.
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May he live a healthy and happy life, Amen. I had one brief meeting with him in Delhi.
It covers the critical time and space once Iranian revolution was unfolding followed by its aftermath. As a fellow civil servant I always found his great certitudes to be rather disconcerting as one expects a senior public administrator to be clear-headed without letting go of self doubt which is so necessary an ingredient in any analytical framework to parse ethical, moral, social and political dilemmas.
[Obituary] Mukhtar Masood’s ‘Awaz-e-Dost’ managed to enthral the average reader.
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.
Zia Bugvi rated it really liked it Mar 03, Thanks for telling us about the problem. His form was distinct and, whether you agreed with some of his views he could be the supremacist, ultra- nationalist and a blind fan of Islamic uprisings or not, you could not dismiss them as mere flourishes of the pen. Author remained …more Just awza with Loh Ayam.
Aug 27, Salman Tariq rated it liked it. He then gradually rose to become a commissioner and a federal secretary.
I felt it as a master piece in terms of its literary value however as a political treatise its much below the mark.