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Saadat Hasan Manto () was a prolific writer of Urdu short story. He was a journalist, literary critic, screenplay writer, play writer, and a. کھول دو [Khol Do] has 42 ratings and 9 reviews. Rajni said: This story shows that partition not only destroy relationship between different religions,but. Khol Do ~ کھول دو has 23 ratings and 3 reviews: Paperback.

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The one day he saw them in the camp. One of the most celebrated of these is Saadat Hasan Manto, whose short stories represented the overarching societal breakdown in the Partition, that resulted in widespread massacres and rapes across Punjab, Bengal, and other parts of North India.

He lay very still, gazing at the dusty sky. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Aishwarya marked it as to-read Jun 07, Suraj Saraf rated it it was amazing Feb 19, It is one of the masterpiece depicting the effects of violence during the partition of India on the people of the land.

The original story in Urdu is more poignant and heart wrenching. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Saman added it Apr 18, No trivia or quizzes yet. He stood outside the hospital for some time, and then went in.

کھول دو [Khol Do]

Want to Read saving…. Sep 24, Chetan Narang rated it really liked it Shelves: Mantp and try again. Khol DoMantoPartitionshort storyshort story writer. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Big eyes,black hair, a mole on the left cheek. Attack… fire… escape… railway station… night… Sakina.

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The end goes like: The doctor broke into a cold sweat. Deepali Jain rated it it was amazing Jul 21, Maniparna Sengupta Majumder said: The short story is told through the perspective of Sirajuddin, whose daughter, Sakina, goes missing when the train they were travelling on is attacked by rioters. It is one of the masterpiece depicting the effects msnto violence during the partition of India on the people of the land.

About Saadat Hasan Manto. He is inarguably one of the most read authors in Urdu prose mant even today. He wished he could weep but tears would not come. This book is not manyo featured on Listopia.

Faiza rated it really liked it Sep 13, It was a young woman with a mole on her left cheek.

Then his eyes moved and suddenly caught the sun. Your feedbacks and comments are important. In mxnto end Sirajuddin gave up. The doctor broke into a cold sweat.

Sadia27 added it Oct 20, Not always was he acquitted. He was lying on bare ground, surrounded by screaming ohol, women and children.

کھول دو [Khol Do] by Saadat Hasan Manto

Email required Address never made public. The Partition Of Punjab: As he is still in daze, the image of his wife, about to die, with ripped open stomach comes in front of his eyes, just telling him to leave her alone and run away with Sakina, his daughter. He saw four men carrying the body of a young girl found unconscious near the railway tracks.

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Periyar Rally In Trichy: Laiba Shahid rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Some of Manto’s greatest work was produced in the last seven years of his life, a time of great financial and emotional hardship for him. The complete effacement of all moral structures due to created a situation of utter panic and chaos, which further exacerbated the ongoing rioting. Jan 19, Rajni Sahota rated it really liked it.

Abeer Hamid rated it it was amazing Feb 16, In a writing career spanning over two decades he produced twenty-two collections of short stories, one novel, five collections of radio plays, three collections of essays, two collections of r Saadat Hasan Manto Urdu: One of them gave her his jacket so that she could cover herself.

Muhammad Hyder marked it as to-read Apr 27, Aditya rated it it was amazing Sep 09, So subtle in words yet so intense A story with a bone chilling end It makes one wonder: