Dajla (دجلہ) is a collection of short Urdu stories (افسانے) written by famous Urdu humor writer Col. Shafiq-ur-Rehman. First published in 1980, this book is a recipient of the Adamjee literary award.
There four travelogue-type essays in this collection. Each follows a different storyline and has a distant set of characters. This book begins with the history of the pyramids of Egypt and then takes you through the Danube River, Vienna, and ends at Dajla and Baghdad.
The essays in this collection are titled as follows:
- Neel (نیل)
- Dhund (دھند)
- Danube (ڈینیوب)
- Dajla (دجلہ)
The most noteworthy of the bunch is Dhund and Dajla. But then again, It’s impossible to choose between them because they are all equally brilliant. If you love reading Afsana Urdu books, this is a must-read for you.
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