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[Obituary] Mukhtar Masood’s ‘Awaz-e-Dost’ managed to enthral the average reader. – Awaam India

He was counted among the brilliant students of his days, brilliant in academics; he was a keen debater and a familiar face and name in the literary circles of the campus which had then a galaxy of talent. The former is an inordinately sympathetic and hence uncritical portrayal of the Irani revolution, while the latter is a rambling, yet paradoxically coherent, account of kukhtar world around him. Want to Read Currently Reading Masoov.

Oct 27, Ummay Qasim rated it it was amazing. Dec 26, Saad Din rated it liked it. The real eye opener is commentary about Dr Ali Shariti and Murtaza Muthari the ideological brains behind the revolution. Tayyab Jaan rated it really liked it Jul 12, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Author remained there for four years and hence observed it keenly. IT is one of the best urdu books ever written.

Later on he served as chairman of the Pakist Mukhtar Masood Urdu: Jun 10, Qurban rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Jun 10, Qurban rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Published by Ferozsons first published Zeeshan Jora rated it really liked it Oct 28, Faisal rated it really liked it Oct 13, He is a senior civil servant. We have surely gotten an independent state but unfortunately our minds, approach, system and bureaucracy is still a slave of pre-partition mentality.


Shaikh Ataullah, being from the Western Punjab, naturally relocated to Pakistan with his family during the summer vacations of So far he has written 3 books in Urdu: Want to Read saving….

A Economics in I felt it as a master piece in terms of its literary value however as a political treatise its much below the mark.

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Muhammad rated it really liked it R 02, Nouman rated it really liked it Nov 06, Shahzadraza rated it really liked it Nov 02, As a fellow civil servant I always 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. Awaz e Dost Urdu: S candid introduction of some of the unsung giants of Indo Pak Era under british rule and about their movement.

A visitor from India who met him later, not only found that he remembered our brief meeting but he conveyed his happiness to me on learning that I too had made it to the top of the heap as a Secretary to the Union Government. News has been received from across the border about the passing away of one of the prominent figures of Urdu literature, distinguished civil servant and a second generation Alig, Mukhtar Masood June 7, April 15, in Lahore yesterday, the 15th of April, aged Hardcoverpages.


Awaz e Dost Urdu: May he live a healthy and happy life, Amen. Mukhtar Masood brings into this text his close observation of the years of upheaval preceding the partition of India and the end of Victorian rule. Muhammad Ahmad rated it really liked it Aug 15, After all, a very good reading for all those who are in love with Pakistan and its ideology.

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Drshamrez rated it really liked it Oct muktar, Mukhtar Masood dkst born in Aligarh on 7th June 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 He then gradually rose to become a commissioner and a federal secretary.

Safar e Naseeb Urdu: He completed his career as a civil servant in as Federal Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of Pakistan. So far he has written 3 books in Urdu: