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This edition of book was issued in Hardcover. The volume of the book is 247 pages (approximate value, can be different depending on the edition). First book "Kuch Aur Nahi / کچھ اور نہیں" was published in 1994.

Original Title
Kuch Aur Nahi / کچھ اور نہیں
ISBN13
9789693500844
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1994 year
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Hardcover
Book Language
Urdu
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247 pages
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Bano Qudsia (Punjabi, Urdu: بانو قدسیه) was a writer, intellectual, playwright and spiritualist from Pakistan who wrote Urdu novels and short stories regarded among the best Urdu novelists and short story writers of modern times. She was best known for her novel Raja Gidh. She wrote for television and stage in both the Urdu and Punjabi languages.

Bano Qudsia was recognized as a trendsetter in the Bano Qudsia (Punjabi, Urdu: بانو قدسیه) was a writer, intellectual, playwright and spiritualist from Pakistan who wrote Urdu novels and short stories regarded among the best Urdu novelists and short story writers of modern times. She was best known for her novel Raja Gidh. She wrote for television and stage in both the Urdu and Punjabi languages.

Bano Qudsia was recognized as a trendsetter in the realm of television plays. Some of them gained immense popularity across the border because of their vitality, warmth and courage. Strife is one word she wanted banished from the dictionary.

She attributed the hostilities raging across the world to the Intolerance and selfishness of the human race. She was married to novelist Ashfaq Ahmed. She also wrote television plays.

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