Tag Archives: Urdu

The Historical Phenomenon of the Development of Urdu

The Indian subcontinent has a rich culture and its history dates back to many centuries. This subcontinent has been rich in not only the culture, traditions and mannerisms but also in the languages. It is a subcontinent where every region has a different language and people take pride in speaking their mother tongue. In such

Indicating Plagiarism in the Urdu Literature and Ways to Eliminate It

The Urdu is suffering from a very bad fate due to the plagiarism these days. Undoubtedly, the Urdu language, both prose and poetry has seen some great writers, authors, columnists, and poets. However, it is a great discouragement and disappointment for them to see their excellent pieces of literature or the poetry being plagiarized. Following

How to encourage masses to read Urdu literature

The literature of any language plays a great role in the broadening of the horizon of the human mind. In this era, we know that out of almost all the nations, the Pakistanis are lacking behind. Along with other things, if they start to read the literature of their own language, Urdu, there is a

Online Urdu Novels by Farhat Ishtiaq

Writing Urdu popular fiction is not an easy thing to do. Of course, the writing of popular fiction sometimes becomes harder than the writing of the literature. This is because the writer of the popular fiction has to touch the hearts of the masses rather than some of the literary minds out of thousands. This

Ways of fighting the plagiarism in the Urdu literature

The Urdu language started from poetry. In the beginning there were no novels in the Urdu language however soon the trend of novels and short story writing picked up in Urdu language. So in fact, the Urdu literature started off at a very good base. Both the poetry and the prose were well received by

The Popular Urdu Fiction Stories By Umera Ahmed

The Urdu popular fiction is blessed to have writers like Umera Ahmed. In Pakistan, the penetration of the popular fiction among the masses is not much. Nevertheless, it is not less either. Especially the Urdu popular fiction extends beyond the urban population. Of course, the English popular fiction is read among the city dwellers only.