TALAASH MUMTAZ MUFTI PDF

adminComment(0)

Talash /تلاش book. Read 31 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Mumtaz Mufti started writing Urdu short stories while working as a school teacher before partition. The two phases of his life are witnessed by his autobiographies, Ali Pur Ka Aeeli and Alakh Nagri. Talaash was the last book written by Mumtaz Mufti. Documents Similar To Talaash Mumtaz Mufti. Alipur Ka Ailee (Part 1) by Mumtaz Mufti. Uploaded by. BTghazwa · Alakh Nagri. Uploaded by. roadsign · Chup by.


Talaash Mumtaz Mufti Pdf

Author:CHERRI FEDORIW
Language:English, Arabic, Hindi
Country:Cambodia
Genre:Politics & Laws
Pages:681
Published (Last):16.11.2015
ISBN:862-2-21483-882-3
ePub File Size:20.51 MB
PDF File Size:14.47 MB
Distribution:Free* [*Registration needed]
Downloads:23192
Uploaded by: MARIANNA

Read Book Talash by Mumtaz Mufti on Rekhta Urdu books library. Navigate to next page by clicking on the book or click the arrows for previous and next page. sirochaterfarm.tk Page 2. sirochaterfarm.tk Page 3. kitaabiyat. sirochaterfarm.tk Page 4. sirochaterfarm.tk Page 5. sirochaterfarm.tk Oct 22, Free download or read online free Urdu book "Talash" and read excellent articles in the Urdu language, written by Mumtaz Mufti. "Talash" is the.

Apr 03, Muhammad Arqum rated it liked it.

Sahibo, bus 2 chapters parh lo kafi hai. View 1 comment. Feb 24, Maliha rated it really liked it. I am no one to rate the books written on tasawuf I love this book. The books I have rated so far about religion or tsawuf was a state of mind so I am not going to alter them I might rate such books later but honestly I am no one to do that.

Nov 05, Asif Ali rated it it was amazing. Amazing, Great book..

May 21, Sidra Irfan Malik rated it liked it. Talash is a collection of short stories based on Mumtaz Mufti's quest in discovering the true meaning of Islam and Muslims and addresses some of the major questions concerning the minds of Muslims in the current era. The book addresses some of the major questions baffling the minds of Muslims in general and addresses them quite comprehensively.

The purpose of this collection was to provide readers with an indepth insight on the religion Islam but this seemed more like a compilation of self-contra Talash is a collection of short stories based on Mumtaz Mufti's quest in discovering the true meaning of Islam and Muslims and addresses some of the major questions concerning the minds of Muslims in the current era.

The purpose of this collection was to provide readers with an indepth insight on the religion Islam but this seemed more like a compilation of self-contradictions.

Also, the idea projected by the author was seering clear of fundamentalist mentality but more often than not I found the author to be endorsing it. One of the amazing book at first I thought he is totally against Islam and playing with belief but later on I got know that really I got my destination.

Jun 29, Tariq Mahmood rated it really liked it Shelves: I don't know about this book. First of all there is a lot contradiction between the way he takes down Alims but than follows others of his own choice. The book is also incredibly positive outlook on Pakistan which is a theme he seems to have borrowed from Qudrat Ullah Shihab. Also the role of the Prophet, Koran and Muslim race has been greatly eulogised. He has also indulged in taking down the Western race without properly looking into reasons why they have done better.

I give credit to Mufti for trying to get youngsters out of the doctrinal clutches of Pakistani Islam, but he fails to give them any future direction.

Why should the young not be impressed by Western development? Haven't the Westerners after having learned from Muslims doing a great job currently? The issue is, that when knowledge is lost, or moves away from one culture how do you recapture it back? And that is what these scholars need to be thinking about.

Oct 05, Iqra rated it really liked it Shelves: This book is literally outstanding! When people write something, they write their experiences.

Related titles

Mumtaz Mufti had an interesting perspective. He was connected to ALLAH by heart, his thoughts were different, actually everything was different for him. He believes in becoming a good person first. Instead of compelling others to tread on the way of Islam, he, himself tries to tread on a straight path.

After reading, reader will surely try to seek all the answers of the questions poses by the book. Mar 22, Muhammad Imran rated it liked it. This is an apt depiction of questions baffling our new generation's mind with regards to the place of Religion and God in their lives - individual or collective.

A book name 'Yaaft' needs to be written to answer these questions and let the wandering souls settle down on some firm ground. May Allah give me strength to write it.

Mar 19, Fahad Naeem rated it liked it Shelves: Mumtaz Mufti didn't start well and his ideas were confusing but he kept on improving with the built up. Talash is a controversial book for many and requires a lot of bookish and real-life knowledge to fully comprehend it. With all of the hype, I neither read it twice nor recommend it to anyone. View 2 comments. Jan 19, Q. Muhammad Imran Shahzad. A brilliant book.

Speaks directly to you. Written in a very simple manner that touches the heart because the reader can relate to it. The book poses some questions without giving the answers and challenges the reader to seek them out on his own.

We all know God differently. In the light of our observation, knowledge and experiences but above all in the light of our pre-determined, planted, programmed and conditioned dogmas and beliefs that have been installed by those who think they know it all. Hence we do not research to seek our the true nature of God on our own. This book, I believe, asks its readers to seek Him out themselves.

Mumtaz Mufti

It is a good insight for the Muslim readers to explore unlimited possibilities in comprehending their knowledge about Islam and being a Muslim on one hand, whereas, on the other it provides a useful insight in to Islam and the Muslim world for the non-Muslims and the western world in order to enable its readers to fully understand the true essence of Islam.

Feb 17, Khalil Ullah rated it really liked it. Jan 18, Sunny rated it really liked it. JazakAllah ul Kher Mufti. Mar 05, Amna rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. Talash is a collection of essays. It presents the basic idea of how a Muslim should be apart from his namaz roza and hajj. This is the book which makes you feel comfortable with being a Muslim and gives you the confidence that you can actually add something positive to this cauldron by just being a Muslim.

Talaash by Mumtaz Mufti

Apr 03, Chaudhry Nasir rated it it was amazing. One of few books in urdu language that depicts the true image of Islam in front of you those aspects and angles you really want to know from the true perspective And this perspective is for away from Mullahs.

Dec 26, Shaheen rated it it was amazing. Aug 18, Ubaid Talpur rated it it was ok.

The writer is totally different as he exposed himself in his novel based autobiography "Ali pur ka Alei". Aug 17, Super Sayan rated it it was amazing. Very inspirational. I was sad and happy at the same time and you really start contemplating about life, Allah, and Prophet SAW. It is another great short story of Mumtaz Mufti.

Mumtaz Mufti is one of the greatest Urdu writers. He wrote some quality books like Labbaik, Pyaz Kay Chilkay and much more. Continue to app Rating: The book contains essays.

In the book, the author describes many evils of the society. Mumtaz Mufti was born on September 11, , Batala, India. He is one of the great Mumtaz Mufti who is best known for his Urdu novels and stories Click stars to rate this APP! Tapped Out. Newsletter Submit. Continue to app. View Screenshots. Urdu Literature Books.In the book, the author describes many evils of the society. I give credit to Mufti for trying to get youngsters out of the doctrinal clutches of Pakistani Islam, but he fails to give them any future direction.

I was sad and happy at the same time and you really start contemplating about life, Allah, and Prophet SAW. I loved his views throughout the book and he keeps mentioning that he doesn't know much about religion himself.

Navigation menu

Description Details Versions. Open Preview See a Problem? A book name 'Yaaft' needs to be written to answer these questions and let the wandering souls settle down on some firm ground. This book, I believe, asks its readers to seek Him out themselves.

Aamir rated it it was amazing Nov 07,

ANTIONETTE from Daytona Beach
I fancy studying docunments kindheartedly. Browse my other posts. I enjoy kilikiti.
>