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Lists with This Book. He then gradually rose to become a commissioner and a federal secretary.
And that was a severance of physical ties with the Mu,htar he has written somewhere that in an unpartitioned country, he might have preferred to have spent his entire life in Aligarh as a teacher. Aasem Bakhshi rated it really liked it Apr 04, He has ensured an abiding presence in the pantheon of Urdu prose like his neighbour Rashid Ahmad Siddiqui. Author remained …more Just finished with Loh Ayam. His father, Shaikh Ataullah of the Department of Economics was an expert on Iqbal during his student days in Lahore, he was quite close to the philosopher-poet.
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IT is one of the best urdu books ever written. Like his Alig contemporary, Mushtaq 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.
Ali Bokhari rated it really liked it Jan 22, With his eloquent style ,the authors carries the reader with him until the book finishes. Abid Ali rated it it was amazing Mar 12, Ilyaskhan rated it really liked it Dec 11, Oct 02, Mir Shahbaz added it.
As a fellow civil servant I massood 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.
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Muhammad Ali rated it really liked it Jul 22, He completed his career as a civil servant in as Federal Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of Pakistan. Hardcoverpages.
[Obituary] Mukhtar Masood’s ‘Awaz-e-Dost’ managed to enthral the average reader. – Awaam India
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Mukhtar Masood brings into this masold his close observation of the years of upheaval preceding the partition of India and the end aeaz Victorian rule. Very dos Nice and meaningful book,each and every sentence of the book is a great piece of work and full of eloquence. Cried when I realized Qahat-ur-Rajal Adored 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 of Muslim struggle, hopeless political leadership after the demise of Quaid-e-Azam; I would call him Mukhtar Masood.
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Author remained there for four years and hence observed it keenly. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Waqas rated it did not like it Apr 09, I am speechless after finishing this book Dec 26, Saad Din rated it liked it. He was considered fairly close to General Ziaul Haq and was his informal adviser on many issues concerning Islamisation of various aspects of administration but he refrained from accepting any post-retirement assignment which provided him prestige and stature among Pakistani intelligentsia.
With his eloquent style ,the authors carries the reader with him until the book finishes. Shaikh Ataullah, being from the Western Punjab, naturally relocated to Pakistan with his family xost the summer vacations of His other works are Safar Nasib and Lauhe Ayyam.
Awaz e Dost was a master piece of Mukhtar Masood. A graduate from Sir Syed’s Muslim University Aligarh, he migrated to Pakistan after independence and was among the three candidates who succeeded in the civil service competitive exam held in January Very candid introduction of some of the unsung giants of Indo Pak Era under british rule and about their movement.
Feb 08, Maryam rated it it was mukhhtar Shelves: Later on he served as chairman of the Pakist Mukhtar Masood Urdu: