• Javed Iqbal
  • Rukhshanda Murad


Urdu literature, fictions, writers


Mustansir Hussain Tarar is a unique writer of Urdu literature who used his God-given talents to make a name for him in novels, fiction, travelogues, dramas, sketches, and columns. Due to the personality and literary services of Mustansir Hussain Tarar, people seem to respect him. His travelogues and novels have given him immense respect and fame. In recognition of his scholarly and literary services, he has been honored with national and international awards. Critics have always written about Mustansir Hussain Tarar's novels, travelogues or his plays. One of his genres has always been ignored. It has always been avoided to write about it.Mustansir Hussain Tarar's fictions contain lamentations of eroded values. They keep the culture and the vanishing customs alive in their myths. Three of his legendary collections have now come to light, especially "Black Eye Picture" and "15". Stories. "Picture in the Black Eye" includes sixteen of his novels, including "Kot Murad", "Octopus", "Darkht", "Baba Baglos", "Midnight Sun", "Yorkshire Cow", and "Black". These include "Eye Picture", "Time Machine", "Caste Murder", and "King".Other legendary collections include "Flower Hill", "The Story of a Snowy Eagle", "The City behind the Fog", "The Girl Who Drowned in the Pond", "Who's Writing This Story", and "Art Gallery". And Beethoven's moonlit nights, "O Murray Carpenter," "Their Mothers Cry," "The Body Is Burning," "A Dumb Diary," "Spiders, Spiders," and "The Girl in the Back of the Scooter." Who laughed?


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Javed Iqbal, & Rukhshanda Murad. (2021). MUSTANSIR HUSSAIN TARAR’S FICTION WRITING. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(10), 3371-3374. Retrieved from