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I will be with you at every difficult point of our lives; no matter what life throws at us, I will be there with you as your support. So she is a pretty common household name even my grandfather who is seventy-ish knows about her. I so longed to know about Imama but that didn't came soon. Snapping back to reality used to be relatively easier, it's not anymore. Showing
A Novel should be reflection of society or direction of society, above stated To be very honest I would say this is Shahid Afridi of novels most overated , which leaves your far away from the reality. A Novel should be reflection of society or direction of society, above stated novel has nothing except manipulation.
But its good for young readers to follow something atleast View all 23 comments. Oct 08, Fariha Zaidi rated it it was amazing. This is the best Urdu novel i have ever read I will remain thankful to my sister for the rest of mu life who recommended this EPIC novel in the first place. This story has changed my vision about life and religion big time and i am thankful to the writer for that. There is nothing to stop him from doing anything.
He is in constant search of the extreme limit of pain,in this regard he observes painful ways t This is the best Urdu novel i have ever read He is in constant search of the extreme limit of pain,in this regard he observes painful ways to commit suicide never really getting any success in that. This whole new concept of religion and spirituality combined with love is what gives this novel a whole new dimension of Explicity. Once you start reading it you doin't wanna leave it.
I am very sad to think that there is no english translation to this novel because this one piece of masterpiece needs to be shown to the world Once again a great service to Urdu literature by Umaira Ahmed View all 6 comments.
Jan 24, Aqsa rated it it was amazing Shelves: I wouldn't really recommend it to anyone who isn't a Muslim. You won't understand it or get the feels like a Muslim would. In order to understand the book, you need to be able to understand the underlying beliefs of Islam and agree with them. I don't appreciate the fact that it spoke ill of Qadiani leaders so openly as speaking ill of others' religions only prompts them to speak ill of ours and I won't want that.
I think we should talk good of our Religion to make people believe in it.
Islam doesnt need to insult other religions and it doesn't. Only knowing Idlam truly makes you forget the others. Now that I've said that, I'd say that as a Muslim I didn't feel offended by anything as such as I saw in some of the reviews. I loved it. I did felt like I had to push through the first chapter which was apparently a little confusing.
After that there is nothing to bore you. I hated Salar but as the story proceeds, he becomes your ideal hero just without the past. It was so emotional when his father found out about his school's name and when he found about Imama's letter. Usay laga vo such mai mar gya. Just awesome. Then Amna and Saeda Amma was fun. It was so much fun to see how she forgot her home.
I liked it when he came to talk to Amna but ended up saying: I so longed to know about Imama but that didn't came soon. It came at chapter 9. I'm glad it had a good ending.
It was expressed in a great way too. Just became my favourite book. View 2 comments. Feb 26, Sahrish Iftikhar rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book and story is very rich, very powerful and is definitely a very beautiful story that truly touched my heart and soul on so many levels, how and why, that I can't put in words.
It made me think of so many things and honestly there were times when it shook me from inside. It's filled with emotions, morals, lessons, bitter realities that we all fail to understand or even if we do we deny it and what not.
While I was reading it I just couldn't put it down and the moment I finished, I got lost in thoughts for hours. Everyone should read it once but with a clear mind and should try to understand the depth of the story.
View all 3 comments. This is one fine piece of writing. Hats-off to Umera Ahmed for writing this. I simply love reading it in both languages.
I have read it many times and now I have added Hollow pusuits and The Perfect mentor pbuh on goodreads for those who can't read urdu.
You can get these two novel in English as well. Have a goodread ;.
View 1 comment. Nov 20, Zunairaafzal added it. I love this book more than anything Oct 16, Fahad Nasir rated it it was amazing Shelves: Snapping back to reality used to be relatively easier, it's not anymore. Have never cried this hard for a book, for any character, and yet I wish I could Several times I slapped wat "What is next to ecstasy? Several times I slapped water on my face to keep myself going. From one to page to another I flipped I wonder what magic had Miss Umera Ahmed laced within these words, that this story, this journey, kept me gripped like none other.
And nothingness do I feel right now. I have only the second time in my life felt this way And a part of me wishes I stay engrossed within this forever.
It's a delectable system. It's not like no book has made me change the way I looked at the world before, but this I distantly felt what they felt, went through what they did and the torture seemed so sweet that I can't describe. Like a little baby, I hugged this book at one point and cried with sobs evolving within my chest.
I still wish I could cry harder. They possess the tendency to fiddle with us readers' emotions in the most reckless of manner and yet we fall in love with them. You'd marvel how one could come up with a plot so perfect and otherworldly. Next came bones and finally my flesh. Only once I had completed reading did I felt the full blow that figurative separation of my own body brought to me.
But I do know one thing though, that I do not part away from this book. This story dug deep within me - maybe much more than it did for others - and it augmented the size of my soul after crawling those depths. The pieces have gone in, they are now settling soothingly.
I can sense it. I can feel them working themselves in a beautiful way Mar 07, Anum rated it it was amazing Shelves: I adored this book!
Umaira Ahmad has succeeded in writing a book that holds much more substance than the average love story. Indeed, I don't believe that this story can be put in the romance category at all. It seems to deal with life in general, rather than anything else. With such amazing charisma, Umaira Ahmad has written this profound novel on how a man with so many talents is surpassed by an average girl, when it comes to arriving on the path of righteousness.
It is a book about how man is n I adored this book! It is a book about how man is nothing and no one to anyone else but himself, and that it is entirely up to him if he wants to save himself.
However, where He loves you and gives you so many chances to redeem yourself, you are your own worst enemy. You have only yourself to fight off and save your life.
Immama, on the other hand, is the epitome of sacrifice. A girl who has given up her everything, in order to do what she feels is the right thing. Being a woman in a society that is not kind to that part of the female population, which chooses to think for themselves, she portrays how, when you believe in God's power and His mercy, you will never be disappointed. Even more so, this novel seems to be about, how everything happens for the best.
The characters are embedded in a world, where everything goes wrong just to turn out right for them. It reminds me so very much of 'surah Yousaf' in that regard. However, Jalal Ansar, remains a rather enigmatic character to me. He seems too good in the first half of the novel. So much so that, I was rather annoyed with his perfection.
He seemed to be a good man, who was just caught up in circumstances, which were not in his power to handle. However, in the second half, he turns out to be a right jerk.
His transformation to the Omniscient reader seems to be a little too rushed. I think Umaira Ahmad should have worked out his personality a little more thoroughly. Overall, I believe that this book was a very well-written piece by the author. Jun 11, Samia rated it it was amazing. This book I believe is my favorite of all time. It was way closer to reality, even more than I expected it to be. For a hopeless romantic like me, who is also hanging loose between religion and spiritualism - it was a perfect cure to hope endlessly.
And keep faith and believe in Allah endlessly. The last pages made me cry, so much so that I ended up offering prayers before reading the last page. Jan 31, Paras Abbasi rated it it was amazing.
May 02, Hira Yamin rated it it was amazing Shelves: This novel is about a girl who took risk, left every thing, didn't care about what others will think or will say about her, she did all the unimaginable things but for what?
This novel is also about the transformation of a person because of what? May 11, Amna rated it it was amazing. Read it in English and Urdu. And it's the first I've ever read in Urdu. Loved it! Apr 26, Amna rated it did not like it Shelves: I can review this novel in one line: View all 4 comments. Nov 30, Ayesha rated it liked it Shelves: Let me get this straight first,I like Umera Ahmed and i think everyone in Pakistan does. Well, because dramas based on her book adaptations are awesome and give people like me a cause to fangirl especially if they cast fawad khan.
The writer of the Novel Mis. Umera Ahmed is the most famous female Urdu novelist in Pakistan. She is best known for her Urdu novels. She has also written many Dramas' scripts. Many of her novels also dramatized. Peer-e-Kamil is the most popular Urdu novels by Umera Ahmed. Peer-e-Kamil means the perfect mentor. This is the story of a young Qadiyani Girl who finds the real path of Islam and convert to Islam from Qadiyanism.
The young girl faces a lot of resistance from her Qadiyani family. In meanwhile, a young man from her neighbour comes to help her. The story of this novel revolves around the new converted Muslim girl. The author Umera Ahmed has described the whole story in beautiful Urdu words. You should free download or read Peer e Kamil Urdu novel online to learn more about the young girl and her Muslim neighbor.
Qaziammarofficial gmail. Just an amazing novel literary it made me cry…… And I Alhamdulillah came to know the reality of the world. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. File Format: PDF Book name: