Aadhi Baat By Bano Qudsia

1,500.00

Aasay Paasay Darma By Bano Qudsia

400.00

Aatish Zeerpa Book By Bano Qudsia

450.00

Ak Din Novel By Bano Qudsia

399.00

Ammar Bail Drama By Bano Qudsia

599.00

Bazghast Drama By Bano Qudsia

570.00

Chahar Chaman Novel By Bano Qudsia

899.00

Chota Shehar Baray Log Drama By Bano Qudsia

499.00

Dast Bastaa Drama By Bano Qudsia

599.00

Doosra Darwaza Drama By Bano Qudsia

799.00

Doosra Qadam Drama By Bano Qudsia

1,200.00

Foot Paath Ki Ghaas Drama By Bano Qudsia

1,000.00

Haasal Ghaat Novel By Bano Qudsia

875.00

Hawa Kay Naam Drama By Bano Qudsia

900.00

Hijraton Kay Darmiyan Drama By Bano Qudsia

400.00

Kuch Aur Naheen Drama By Bano Qudsia

499.00

Lagan Apni Apni Drama By Bano Qudsia

700.00

Mard-e- Abresham Book By Bano Qudsia

350.00

Moam Ki Galian Novel By Bano Qudsia

399.00

Naqablay Zikr Drama By Bano Qudsia

700.00

Phir Achanak Youn Hua Drama By Bano Qudsia

600.00

Piya Naam Ka Diya Drama By Bano Qudsia

600.00

Purwa Urdu Novel By Bano Qudsia

400.00

Raja Gidh by Bano Qudsia

800.00

Samaan-e-Wajood Drama By Bano Qudsia

500.00

Sedhraan Urdu Novel By Bano Qudsia

600.00

Shaher-e- Bai Masal Urdu Novel By Bano Qudsia

700.00

Shehr-E- Lazawaal- Abaad Weeranay Urdu Novel By Bano Qudsia

1,199.00

Tamaseel Drama By Bano Qudsia

700.00

Tavajjuh Ki Talib Drama by Bano Qudsia

1,400.00

Bano Qudsia

BANO QUdsia also is known as Bano Appa was born on 29 NOVEMBER 1928. She was a Pakistani, playwright and novelist. Her father was doing a job in the agriculture department and her brother was a painter. She wrote many novels and dramas. One of her most famous novels is RAJA GIDH. She wrote for television dramas and stage dramas in both Urdu and Punjabi languages. ADHI Bat was her famous play. This play is also called a classic play. When Pakistan came into the being she migrated to Lahore with her family. In the class of 5th, she has started writing. She wrote many short stories at an early age. She passed her graduated in the Kinnaird college and then joined (GCU) Lahore to complete her master’s degree in Urdu literature. Qudsia married a famous.

Writer Ashfaq Ahmed. Qudsia had three sons Aneeque, Anees and Aseer. This couple had been inseparable in their social lives.

Qudsia’s novel Raja GIDH  (The King Vulture) is considered an advanced in  Urdu classic Among her more well-known writings are Aatish-i-zer-i-paa, AIK –Din, Asay Pasay, Chahar Chaman, Chhotaa Sheher Baray Log, Footpath ki Ghaas, Haasil Ghaat, and Hawa Kay Naam. The most famous plays she wrote consist of Tamil, Hawa Ke Naam, Seharay and Khaleej.

Her play Aadhi Baat was about a retired headmaster. The play examined the headmaster’s day-to-day life problems and had Qavi Khan acting as a   character. The director of this play was Agha Nasir and it was produced by Tauqeer Nasir. Aadhi Baat performed on May 2010 in Islamabad.

The list of his novels as following as,

  • RAJA GIDH
  • AIK Din, Haasil Ghaat
  • Shehr-e-la’zawaal – Abaad Weeranay
  • Purwa
  • Moom ki Galiyan
  • Shehr-e-Bemisaal
  • Tauba Shikan

The list of drama as following.

  • Chota Shehar Baray Log
  • Phir Achanak Youn Hua
  • Lagan Apni Apni
  • Aadhee Baat
  • Foot Paath Ki Ghaas
  • Aasay Paasay
  • Tamaseel
  • Hawa kay Naam
  • Dusra Qadam
  • Sidhran
  • Suraj Mukhi
  • Piya Nam ka Diya

The list of short stories as following.

  • Hijraton Kay Darmiyan
  • Dast Bastaa
  • Aatish e Zeer Pa
  • Amar Bail
  • Dusra Darwaza
  • Baz Gasht
  • Na Qabil e Zikr
  • Samaan e Wajood
  • Tawaja ki Taalib
  • Kuch Aur Nahi

BIOGRAPHY

  • Rah-e-Rawaan
  • Mard-e-Abraham

Bano Qudsia has been awarded a Sitara -i-Imtiaz in 1983. And also awarded HILAL –i- Imtiaz in 2010. Qudsia’s novel Haasil Ghaat was in print in 2005 and was noted for its delivery but also criticize than for usages of English than her usual traditional Urdu. The language became popular among other writers in the future.

[1]

Qudrat –Ullah –Shahab book also wrote by Bano Qudisa and

Titled “Mard-e-Abresham” مردِابریشم. The book mainly portrays Shahab’s life and how it was connected with Ashfaq Ahmed and his family both on a social and spiritual level.

In the age of 88, Bano Qudsia has died on 4 February 2017 at the Ittefaq hospital

Her son Aseer Ahmed informed (after sunset) at the time of Maghrib prayer she has died

She remained forgotten at Lahore on 5 February and prayer service area was held at Model Town Lahore. You can see all novels and books https://kitabread.com/bano-qudsia-books/