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  • 245 pages
  • God's Own Land
  • Shaukat Siddiqui
  • English
  • 16 November 2017
  • 0836458141

About the Author: Shaukat Siddiqui

Shaukat Siddiqui was a Pakistani writer of fiction who wrote in Urdu He is best known for his novels Khuda Ki Basti translated as God s Own Land and Jangloos.Siddiqui was born on 20 March 1923 in a literary family of Lucknow, India He gained his early education in his home town and earned a B.A in 1944 and a M.A Political Science in 1944 After the partition of India, he migrated to Pakistan in 1950 and stayed in Lahore but soon permanently settled in Karachi.He was an active member of Pakistan Writers Guild and a partisan of progressive writers association He worked at the news desks of the Times of Karachi, Pakistan Standard and the Morning News He finally rose to be the editor of the Daily Anajam, the Weekly Al Fatah and the Daily Musawat Karachi, before bidding goodbye to journalism in 1984.Shaukat Siddiqui s first collection of short stories was Teesra Admi 1952 The collection earned him fame across the Sub continent and placed him in the ranks of literary giants like Quratul Ain Haider and Joginder Paul Subsequently, other collections of short stories, Andhere Dur Andhere , 1955 , Raton Ka Shahar 1956 and Keemyagar 1984 , followed.His magnum opus is Khuda Ki Basti which went through 50 editions has been dramatised time and again and translated into 26 languages Other novels of Shaukat Siddiqui are Kamingah 1956 , Jangloos 1988 and Char Deewari 1990



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  1. Sara Saif says:

    The fondness with which my parents still remember this show had lead me to believe that the book would be all smiles and contented sighs My parents don t remember the ending and it was not.The people in this book were MESSED.UP They were achey bhaley one second and went bonkers the next I was disconcerted by this abruptness and it happened all the time The writer would establish one character as an educated and civil individual and the same character would go on to become a filthy ingrate P The fondness with which my parents still remember this show had lead me to believe that the book would be all smiles and contented sighs My parents don t remember the ending and it was not.The people in this book were MESSED.UP They were achey bhaley one second and went bonkers the next I was disconcerted by this abruptness and it happened all the time The writer would e...

  2. Khalil says:

    Khuda Ki Basti is among one of the great novels of Urdu Shuakat Siddiqqui has very truly portrayed a bitter picture of post Pakistan society and the struggle of have nots like Nosha ,Raja,Annu,Shamil,Sultana in the cruel world of haves like Khanbahadur, Niaz,Jaffri Siddiqqui has very successfully shown us the hypocritical role of people like Khan Bahuadur and Niaz who left no stone unturned to exploit poor folks and make money by hook or by crook Character of Sultana is also picture of wretch Khuda Ki Basti is among one of the great novels of Urdu Shuakat Siddiqqui has...

  3. Mason says:

    This novel is set in the slums of Pakistan, in Karachi and Lahore, not long after partition the separation of Pakistan and India after they won independence from the British Empire The language is a bit stilted, but translating it from Urdu slang into English is, I m sure, a difficult task But once I get over this, the story really grabbed me Like when you re watching a horror flick and you want to scream at the girl not to go into the shower, since that s where the killer will get her, I k This novel is set in the slums of Pakistan, in Karachi and Lahore, not long after partition the separation of Pakistan and India after they won independence from the British Empire The language is a bit stilted, but translating it from Urdu slang into English is, I m sure, a difficult task But once I get over this, the story really grabbed me Like when you re watching a ...

  4. Shabana Mukhtar says:

    Raziya Begum, a widow lives with her three kids Sultana, Nosha and Annu Her eldest daughter has passed away, who was married to Neyaz.Nosha, Shami and Raja are three teenage poor boys Raja works with a beggar, Nosha works at a workshop and Shami sits on his father s shop The three of them do everything from stealing to puncturing tyres to earn a rupee or two At their age, they drink, they gamble and visit brothels Really Neyaz is a scrap dealer primarily dealing with stolen goods He e Raziya Begum, a widow lives with her three kids Sultana, Nosha and Annu Her eldest daughter has passed away, who was married to Neyaz.Nosha, Shami and Raja are three teenage poor boys Raja works with a beggar, Nosha works at a workshop and Shami sits on his father s shop The three of them do everything from stealing to puncturing tyres to earn a rupee or two At their age, they drink, they gamble and visit brothels Really Neyaz is a scrap dealer primarily dealing with stolen goods He eyes Nosha s sister Sultana, who is also his deceased wife s sister Raziya is smart enough to sense his interest Neyaz and Raziya also get involved with each other Really, despite knowing what plans the other has Kale Sahab is an insurance agent, relentlessly working to make new clients for his commission Doctor Motu who doesn t hesitate to help Neyaz kill his future wife for insurance claim Forming an alliance with Kale and Motu, Neyaz buys an insurance and marries...

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  6. Haider Hussain says:

    Written in 1957, Shaukat Siddiqui s Khuda ki Basti God s Land is considered one of the greatest novels in Urdu literature It was amongst the very first attempts to highlight slum dwellers struggles in the new born Pakistan Central idea of the Story is strongly pro socialist capitalism is mostly evil and money is the root cause of perversion in the society Plot is all about slum dwellers miseries the desperate measures they ...

  7. Naveed Nawaz says:

    A Shaukat Siddiqi classic Beautifully written A compelling story The way Shaukat Siddiqi tells a story is always unique and powerful No wonder the PTV Drama based on this novel was one of the best dramas of the classic PTV era.

  8. Wsm says:

    This became a TV series during the early days of PTV.Didn t find it to my liking.

  9. Rizwan says:

    Good portrayal of slum area people life but missing solid punches that make reader to cry