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Zavia (زاویہ) by Ashfaq Ahmad (اشفاق احمد)

Ashfaq Ahmed, who recently passed away, authored more than 20 books in Urdu. His works included novels, short stories and plays for television and radio. The government awarded Ashfaq Ahmed the Sitara-e-Imtiaz – the highest civilian award – in recognition of his contribution to Urdu literature.

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Man Chalay Ka Sauda (من چلے کا سودا) by Ashfaq Ahmad (اشفاق احمد) – Urdu Drama

  

Mr. Ashfaq Ahmad is a famous writer in recent times. He died a few years back.

He has written numerous plays and one of them is Man Chalay Ka Sauda. PTV also produced this play and the play became quite famous. This play is about a modern man who gets fed up with his life and turns to Sufism for solace.

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Aik Muhabbat Sau Afsaney (ایک محبت سو افسانے) by Ashfaq Ahmad (اشفاق احمد) – Urdu Dramas

  

Ashfaq Ahmed has written quite a few plays for Pakistan Television. The subjects of his dramas are close to life and the characters very believable. ‘Aik Muhabbat Sau Afsaney’ is once again a highly acclaimed drama by Ashfaq Ahmed that encompasses real life situations centered on real life characters.

Ashfaq Ahmed, (Urdu: اشفاق احمد) (August 22, 1925 – September 7, 2004) was a distinguished writer, playwright, broadcaster, intellectual and spiritualist from Pakistan. His prime qualities of heart and hand earned appreciations across the borders. He was regarded by many as the best Urdu Afsana (short-story) writer after Saadat Hasan Manto, Ismat Chughtai and Krishan Chander following the publication of his famous short-story “Gaddarya” [The Shepherd] in 1955.

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Dastango (داستان گو) – Ashfaq Ahmad (اشفاق احمد) by A. Hameed

Ashfaq Ahmed, (Urdu: اشفاق احمد) (August 22, 1925 – September 7, 2004) was a distinguished writer, playwright, broadcaster, intellectual and spiritualist from Pakistan. His prime qualities of heart and hand earned appreciations across the borders. He was regarded by many as the best Urdu Afsana (short-story) writer after Saadat Hasan Manto, Ismat Chughtai and Krishan Chander following the publication of his famous short-story “Gaddarya” [The Shepherd] in 1955.

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