Moogulabar Makes you laugh and smile on each line. Mureed Pur Ka Peer 4. A few days back when I first started this collection of short essays, I was mostly found rolling on the floor laughing in my room for no reason. May 12, Nazish rated it it was amazing Shelves: After completing his Masters in English he was appointed as lecturer at the same institution. Cosmopolitan Crusader at the U.
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Moogulabar Makes you laugh and smile on each line. Mureed Pur Ka Peer 4. A few days back when I first started this collection of short essays, I was mostly found rolling on the floor laughing in my room for no reason. May 12, Nazish rated it it was amazing Shelves: After completing his Masters in English he was appointed as lecturer at the same institution.
Cosmopolitan Crusader at the U. There are a couple of essays I did not enjoy though, hence four stars. He talks about the most casual events of life, the most trivial happenings that we overlook everyday.
His work at United Nations was truly amazing during many years of his service to this body which was in infancy while Patras worked there. Anyone, either in search of some fine literature or just want to laugh, this book is the perfect pick. Pierre in French stands for Peter, which is Patras in Greek….
I have a feeling that it might not be that popular with adults or patraa who have left student life long ago, because most of the book is devoted to making fun of hostel and college life. This page was last edited on 1 Decemberat Patras Kay Mazameen Urdu book is a short Urdu book of 29 pages can be downloaded and read with you smartphones. In all it is a must bukhaari for Urdu lovers This story forced me to grab this book and read it all!
Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Kuttay Urdu Audio Books I probably read the excerpt in my texbook more than times over the year and at that time I could remember it word by word.
In his Urdu writings he used the pen name Patras. Jul 05, Syed salman ahmed rated it it was amazing. Every time I pick his any bukharl story, he makes me laugh like crazy! Get this audiobook plus a second, free.
Also, his friendship with Mirza Sahab made for some hilarious exchanges and episodes. His true field of influence was the entire complex of the United Nations family To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Patras Bukhari has amazing skills of writing about a serious thing in a very funny and comedy way. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It was quite boring and I found it difficult finishing it. One of his debates with Iqbal led to creation of one of his pstras in his book Zarb-e-Kaleem. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Patras Bokhari — Wikipedia Yeah, that exactly how funny he is.
His writings drive you away from the mist of seriousness and introduce you to the flawed and hilarious side of human. He lived in times of personalities like Allama Iqbal and had interacted with him on several occasions and engaged him in philosophical debates. Related Posts
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He was 21 years old at the time. I had heard a lot about the famous Patras Kay Mazameen as being a must-read in the Urdu humour genre. Get to Know Us. This audiobook is in the Urdu language. Chacha Sam Ke Naam Khutoot. Also, his friendship with Mirza Sahab made for some hilarious exchanges and episodes. Patras Bukhari is a genius creating such powerful fusions of wit and intellect.
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The Friday Times newspaper. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Lists with This Book. This story forced me to grab this book and read it all! Many years later, the Bokhari English Prize was established there in his honour. Sep 15, Muhammad Waqas rated it really liked it. Dec 27, Hussam Sindhu rated it it was amazing.
Life[ edit ] Patras was born in Peshawar into a Kashmiri family which migrated from Baramulla in the 19th century. After completing his Masters in English he was appointed as lecturer at the same institution. This was his creative period. His bilingual excellence is owed to his intensive translation of great books and plays from English to Urdu. He was tall and blue-eyed, had a razor-sharp mind, an equally sharp tongue, and a keenness to go forward in life. Many years later, the Bokhari English Prize was established there in his honor.