Everyone has his own views which must be respected so I am not against the authoress. No doubt writers like Banu Qudsia, Ashfaq Ahmed are great assets for our youth’s character-building. Mar 18, Sana rated it really liked it Shelves: Gidh is the Urdu word for a vulture and Raja is a Hindi synonym for king. The tradition of novel in Urdu is not as strong as compared to that of Afsaana short story.

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It could lead to insanity and abnormality which is then genetically transferred to next generations. Open Preview See a Problem? This article needs additional citations for verification.

The only part that I fell in love with is how she introduced the Kingdom of Birds to convey all these complex theories and discussions as they hold a meeting to expel ‘Gidhs’ from their jungle on the account of incurring madness from feeding on human corpses.

Raja Gidh / راجه گدھ by Bano Qudsia

Ishq la-hasil, kabhi na khatam honay wali justujo yan mout ki aagahi? This novel is a thought provoker just like the Alchemist of Paulo Caulho, which leaves a lasting impression on the reader. Is ka apna kirdaar in bechu ko aam banany per masar rehta hai aur iski taalim bechu ko khaas banany per uksati hai. Dec 27, Hamid Raza rated it it was ok.

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It was a very Inspirational psycological and philosophical novel. The way she writes about the love triangle of Semi, Qayyum and Aftab is exceptionally good. Quudsia follows Qayyum, a middle-class man hailing from a rural background, who falls deeply and irrevocably in love with his university friend Seemi who is already in love with someone else.


A book which will shake you to the core, it will make you cry, leave you stunned, make you Ij great book should leave you with many experiences, and slightly exhausted at the end.

Raja Gidh / راجه گدھ

Isy zabt-o-nazam sy middle calss logo sy aur parhaku talbah ko parhany sy muhabbat hoti hai. Sep 12, Rao Sarfaraz rated it it was amazing. No trivia or quizzes yet. According to my views, the solution was religion.

But if a man wanders in the search of truth himself then at some point in his life he’ll surely suffer from the fate of “Raja Gidh” because for millenniums man has been searching the same thing and has not reached to an absolute solution. The nostalgic narration of the historical Government College Lahore and of the Lawrence Garden Lahore bani upon the days of seventies and eighties. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Our protagonist, Qayyum, is metaphorically the Prince of the Vultures for he too has fed on the dead soul of a woman who had lost her everything givh the man she loved left her.

Jun 03, Asif rated it really liked it. All these and many other questions arise in the book and leave one with so many perspectives to dive into. Apr 27, Yusra Hussain rated it it was amazing. These are basic pillars around which the story rotates. Seemin Shah, hailing from an upper middle class family, falls in love with her handsome class fellow Aftab in the MA Sociology class at Government College Lahore.


We need your Support to working constantly. The novel seeks to unravel the mystery of human madness in which there are two forms, either constructive madness or destructive madness. But she does not sacrifice the flow of the narrative anywhere in this novel. Just because of this I stopped reading modern urdu literature. May 24, Saqib Ali rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Apr 12, Madiha J Bookblogger rated it really liked it.

I mean why are we turning into such religion snobs.

From Prem Chand qudzia Manto, there is a huge number of short story writers who gifted urdu literature with gems of Afsaana nigari, but unfortunately, apart from some isolated efforts the trend of novel writing, to my limited knowledge, has been stagnated for Bano Qudsia belongs to the post-independence scholars, poets and intellectuals who filled the void created by separation of Urdu from its birthplace.

Retrieved from ” https: Refresh and raha again. Novel Khawab Sheeshy ka.