Shahab Nama By Qudratullah Shahab:(Autobigraphy)

Shahab Nama is an autobiography of Qudrat Ullah Shahab. This is the most widely published and best-selling Urdu autobiography. It provides an overview of his young life, education, the world of work, acceptance into the Imperial Civil Service, thoughts about Pakistan, and his religious and spiritual experiences.

Qudratullah Shahab

Qudrat Ullah Shahab is a prominent Urdu writer and Pakistani civil servant, who has written several books. Shahab served as the principal secretary to three heads of state; Governor-General Ghulam Muhammad, President Iskander Mirza, and President Ayub Khan.

Summary & Review of Shahab Nama Book By Qudratullah Shahab

This autobiography opens the mind of a typical reader. In this book, there is an element of patriotism in the author’s writing. This book, which is full of multi-dimensional themes, has a place in Urdu literature. The Shahab Nama book also teaches about oppression in Pakistan.

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It is also an excellent and instructive marquee of a full life of laughter and laughter and tears. It reflects the future of Pakistan in the mirror of the past and present.

This book is an unparalleled account of the crooked attitudes of the chiefs, the manipulation of the poor, and the manipulation of the bureaucracy. There is a flickering lamp

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Both domestic and foreign policies emphasize the image of trustworthy and unreliable allies. This includes the reliance on begging, palace conspiracies and dictatorships, the decline of values, military councils, the jihad in Kashmir, partial independence, and the UN.

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Disrespect and instability of resolutions. On the night of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, revelations of religion, observations of the heart and eyes, and purification matters were revived. At the end of the book, I have given a new dimension to this autobiography by adding a few estimates about Pakistan, the blessings of Islam, and personal observations.


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