On Daud Rahbar’s assertion that South Asian philosophers greatly contributed to religious tradition
A recently published volume gives readers insight into the accomplished academic Daud Rahbar
A discussion on the latest edition of the book series Dunyazad
On what makes the late Abdullah Hussein such a great literary figure
The renowned poet and lyricist, Gulzar, explores his identity and nature in his latest anthology of poems
The history of Urdu and Hindi writers reveals diverse religious backgrounds
Two young Pakistani girls take us on a journey to the land of the Pharaohs
The importance of studying any text in its original language, and not relying solely on translations
An autobiography collated from Ghalib’s letters and written in the first-person
On the short-story writer and academic Naiyer Masud
What the compilation of Zulmat-e-Neem Roz tells us about literary history
Could Islamic socialism be the solution to Pakistan’s problems?
In a recent book, Rashid’s children talk about the poet’s family life and his involvement in the Khaksar Movement
Syed Rafiq Hussain’s significant contribution to Urdu literature cannot be overlooked despite his brief career
A travelogue writer discovers her love for the country’s great literary figures
The language in the digital world
Ikramullah is a realist. While describing things he never cares to be romantic. Such is the art of this novelist.
THE late Aziz Ahmad is mainly known as a distinguished Urdu novelist and short story writer. In fact, he was far ...
LATE Mulla Wahidi was counted among the few grand old men of pre-Partition Delhi. In 1947, after Partition, he...
I HAVE just returned from Karachi after attending its sixth literary festival, the KLF. Growing gradually year by...