Dayan (Complete) Novel By M.A Rahat

Dayan (ڈائن) is a famous Urdu novel written by evergreen Urdu novelist M.A Rahat. The novel’s story is haunting and mesmerizing at the same time, featuring mystery, horror, and supernatural elements. Originally, it appeared in a monthly digest, followed by four volumes published as paperbacks. 

Some people believe in ghosts and spirits, while others do not. No matter what group you belong to, this mysterious tale will captivate you from start to finish. This story focuses on a young girl who is enslaved by a person who possesses evil powers. His goal is to drag her into the demonic world. Despite her best efforts to escape him, he is far too powerful to defeat. She is finally drawn into his world, and in the end, a series of thrilling events takes place that lead to the end of the story.

The novel consists of four parts, each of which is about 320 pages long. The story seems a bit drawn out at first, but you won’t be able to put it down once you get started. You will enjoy reading this story if you like reading about supernatural, and horror events.

M.A Rahat, the author of Dayan Novel, is a household name in Urdu horror and mystery fiction. He has written numerous super hit novels and stories about ghosts, demons, and war between good and evil. The following books are among his most acclaimed: Sarfarosh Novel, Kala Jadu Novel, and Samandar Ka Beta Novel.

Download Dayan Novel By M.A Rahat in PDF

The book is available to read online – or you can download free the complete four volumes of Dayen Novel By M.A Rahat in pdf for offline reading. Please follow the below links to read online or download this book.

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Dayan Novel All 4 Parts in 1 PDF
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