Badla Mere Humraz Ka Rang(Stories) By Farhat Ishtiaq

Badla Mere Humraz Ka Rang (بدلا میرے ہم راز کا رنگ) is a collection of short Urdu stories written by renowned female novelist Farhat Ishtiaq. The central theme of all the stories is win and loss, dreams and desires, selfishness, and stubbornness of people in the way of love.

Book Summary:

Badla Mere Humraz ka Rang comprises thirteen (13) short stories about love, tragedy, and loss. Each story focuses on a different topic and number of characters. You will feel a personal connection to each story, and it will warm your heart while also leaving you with a deep sense of sadness and grief at the end.

The book contains the following list of stories:

  • Badla Mere Humraz Ka Rang
  • Yeh Khawab Toh Ek Sarab Hai
  • Yeh Shierakat Gawara Hai Mujhe
  • Yeh Hansata Hua Mausam
  • Main Chanda Mama
  • Kuch Pagal Pagal Se
  • Ap Apne Daam Mein
  • Taqreeb Kuch Toh Behar Mulaqat Chahiye
  • Ulti Hogai Sab Tadbeerein
  • Chalo Toro Qasam Iqrar Karein
  • Sirf Mohabbat
  • Hum Khawab Kyon Daikhein
  • Mausam-e-Gul

It’s difficult to say which of these is better because they’re all excellent in different ways. This book can be read in one sitting. If you enjoy short Urdu stories, this is the book for you.

Farhat Ishtiaq is a prominent and accomplished novelist of Urdu literature. Half of her writings are adapted into TV Dramas and movies by major Pakistani TV channels. She has written multiple popular novels such as; HumsafarBin Roye Ansoo, and Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu.

You might also want to these similar books: Zameer Ke Aseer by Aleem-Ul-Haq Haqi, Titli Ki Uraan by Aliya Bukhari, May Day by Nighat Seema.

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