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فردوسِ download بریں pdf فردوسِ بریں EpubBut he can still ask Shaikh Vujoodi intelligent questions which the Shaikh can only parry by the display of great wrath and superhuman knowledge Husain's credulity in accepting his answers immediately has a lot to do with his fear that he would not be allowed to visit his beloved in 'Paradise' There is a definite modern streak in Sharar's work His treatment of Zamarrud is different from the usual portrayal of female characters in his day Zamarrud has a mind of her own She is observant and intelligent and capable of rebuffing her lover when he sounds credulous and foolish No old fashioned perceptions of female 'duty' or the superior status of me.

But he can still ask Shaikh Vujoodi intelligent questions which the Shaikh can only parry by the display of great wrath and superhuman knowledge Husain's credulity in accepting his answers immediately has a lot to do with his fear that he would not be allowed to visit his beloved in 'Paradise' There is a definite modern streak in Sharar's work His treatment of Zamarrud is different from the usual portrayal of female characters in his day Zamarrud has a mind of her own She is observant and intelligent and capable of rebuffing her lover when he sounds credulous and foolish No old fashioned perceptions of female 'duty' or the superior status of me.

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[BOOKS] ✭ فردوسِ بریں Author Abdul Haleem Sharar – Tyrakel.de The book was first published in 1899 The story of Husain and Zammarrud fallen in the grip of the Assassins take us back to the last days of Hasan Bin Sabah's merciless followers at the end of which thThe book was first published in 1899 The story of Husain and Zammarrud fallen in the grip of the Assassins take us back to the last days of Hasan Bin Sabah's merciless followers at the end of which the sect's stronghold the famous fort of Alamoot was destroyed by the even merciless Mongol hordes Sharar writes famously in the style of a Walter Scott novel the novel itself being a new literary form in his day But there are shades of an earlier indigenous genre the Dastaan in his work Yet although he tells a gripping tale part Scott and part Dastaan he is not unaware of character Husain may be credulous and smitten silly by his love for Zammarrud.

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Hardcover ↠ فردوسِ بریں MOBI µ Abdul Halim Sharar was a prolific Indian Urdu language author playwright essayist and historian from Lucknow He left behind in all hundred and two books He often wrote about the Islamic past and extolled virtues like courage bravery magnanimity and religious fervour Malikul Azia Varjina 1889 Firdaus e Bareen 1899 Zawal e Baghdad 1912 Husn ka Daku 1913–1914 Darbar e Harampur 1

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