Urdu Safarnama

Ratti Gali Safarnama By Mustansar Hussain Tarar

Ratti Galli(رتی گلی)is one of the most popular travelogue books by Mustansar Hussain Tarar(مستنسر حسین تارڈ). It was published in 2014 by Sang-e-Meel Publications. This Safarnama book is very easy to read and contains 256 pages.

Mustansir Hussain Tarar is a renowned travel correspondent in Pakistan. He has written more than fifty books. He is most known for his travelogues and novels. He was also a dramatist, fiction writer, and actor. Mustansir Hussain Tarar is one of Pakistan’s most popular writers.

Ratti Gali Book Summary And Review

Ratti Gali Book sample

“Ratti Galli” a travelogue of Kaghan Valley & Azad Kashmir.by Mustansar Hussain Tarar. Throughout the book, he describes the natural beauty of the Kaghan valley and Azad Kashmir. He visited Pakistan’s northern regions many times. He described these places as heaven on earth.

Mustansar Hussain Tarrar recalls his first visit to Ratti Gali in the 1950s, and then his visit 47 years later.

In the book, the author shares his experience of visiting Rati Gali lake and the valley. Throughout the book, he explains the natural beauty and scenery of this area. The Kaghan valley is also discussed in the book.

The author has illustrated all the scenes in this book. Naran’s nights, Lake Saif-ul-Malook, and the moonlight that covers its serenity. He wrote about serenity in his writings, including the snowy lakes and green mountaintops of Ratti Gali.

The village was on the outskirts of the Kunhar River, where he would stop to catch trout fish. The yellow light of the sun filtering through Lake LuluSar. Lake Swan. Horseback riding on tops. A soulful setting.

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Ratti Gali is a captivating travelogue by Mustansar Hussain Tarar documenting his visits to the enchanting Kaghan Valley and Azad Kashmir. With his signature storytelling flair, Tarar brings the region’s breathtaking natural vistas alive through vivid imagery.

From Lake Saif-ul-Malook to Naran’s moonlit nights, Tarar’s evocative prose transports the reader right into the heart of the Himalayas’ serene splendor. As an ode to the pristine beauty of northern Pakistan, Ratti Gali succeeds as an enthralling read brimming with lyricism.

The book cements Tarar’s reputation as a consummate travel writer who can ignite wanderlust with his magical realism. For those seeking armchair travel and adventure, Ratti Gali safarnama offers a rewarding literary escape.

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