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My article about Masjid Wazir Khan in LAFZ Magazine

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12th issue of LAFZ online magazine has been published; You can find my article and photoshoot in history section about Masjid Wazir khan at

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My Next Article in LAFZ Magazine;

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5th issue of LAFZ online magazine by LAFZ media has been published; Alhamdulillah my article also made its place in history section; This time, it was about Razia Sultan, the Sultan of Delhi, India (1236 – 1240). You can find it at LAFZ Magazine, Page 3 & Page 80;

My another article on Empress Mehr-un-Nisaa (Nur Jahan) can be found in Issue3 of LAFZ Magazine, Page 136;

Article on Zēb-un-Nisā Makhfī was featured in Issue2 of LAFZ Magazine, Page 76.

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My Article in LAFZ Magazine;

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This evening poped up an email in my inbox, from the editor of LAFZ media about the next issue of LAFZ magazine; I hurriedly clicked the link and found my article featured from pages 136 to 141; A feel of relax and relief made a content smile over my face, and it lasts until I re read it once;  Alhamdulillah, my second article on history made his place in magazine; Thanks to founder of LAFZ project Yasser Ali who widen his circle and added me to his team;

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Islamic Art :: Book Review

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A distinguish importance has been attributed with this book that really differentiate it with rest of its peers on the shelfs; This book is a gift from LAFZ media for my first article in their online magazine; Considering my keen interest in muslim history, especially in Mugal architecture, the editor of LAFZ, Mr. Yasser Chaudhary chose this book for me and let me say honestly, it really really content my thrust in various ways;  I’m really grateful to LAFZ media; Read the rest of this entry »

Feham-ul-Quran :: Book Review;

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Among many other books those I had from annual book fair at Punjab university this year, the title of this book really catched my attention; It claims to teach translation of Quran with some common symbols and selective verses from different chapters;

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Catalogue of My Home Library;

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Today is Sunday; I have many things to do, as yesterday’s rain disturbed some plans; One main work item is setting and dusting of my bookrack; Daily routine doesn’t permit me to look them regularly so most of the time, I list this task for weekend;

While doing this, I thought I should share my collection with my friends and readers; So here are few of them; Many has been lost as I can’t recall when and who borrowed them; So If you have any of my book, please return to me with late return fine; (:

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The Indus Saga and the Making of Pakistan :: New Arrival at my bookshelf

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Few days back, a new book has become a part of my small library with title The Indus Saga and the Making of Pakistan;

“Is the Pakistani an Arab? Or an Indian? Or something of both? Or neither? Are his origins entirely central Asian? What influence has he imbibed from Persia? How is he different from the Europeans who ruled him for almost one hundred years? Does he have a distinct personality or culture of his own? If so, for how long has he had this distinctiveness? Was it first created by the Partition of the sub-continent in August 1947, or did it pre-exist the Partition of 1947?’ These are the questions with which Aitzaz Ahsan starts his book titled, ‘The Indus Saga and the Making of Pakistan.

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