Authors:   Dr.Tahseen Bibi [1], Nasir afridi [2], DOI: http://doi.org/10.37605/tauseeq.v2i1.13


Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi’s fiction writing has presented sacred, pure and pious lady as a great sign. He has described the purity and sacredness of such lady in the light of Islamic teachings and according to the customs and culture of Pakistani Society. He does not implement useless restrictions or limitless freedom for such a lady. His writings are a great combination of religious and social values. He has full awareness of a woman’s sacred identity in a society and presented it in his fictions in a beautiful way. With the presentation of a lady’s sacredness he has combined Islamic and Pakistani values with great success for which he has been praised by everyone.

Authors:   Amina Kiran [1], Nuzhat Rauf [2], DOI: http://doi.org/10.37605/tauseeq.v2i1.14


Patriotism is an attachment to a homeland. This attachment can be viewed in terms of different features relating to one’s homeland, including ethnic, culture, political or historical aspects. It encompasses a set of concepts closely related to those of nationalism. An excess of patriotism in the defense of a nation is called chauvinism: another related term is jingoism. In Urdu literature there are many poets and writers which are discuses patriotism in their poetry, and Dr Shahida Sardar is one of them. She is belong from Peshawar KPK. In her Book “Mihikti Dharti Sulagti Sansain she discusses her feeling of patriotism in her book”. Her book Mihikti Dharti Sulagti Sansain was published on 14th August 2015.

Authors:   Robina Yasmeen [1], DOI: http://doi.org/10.37605/tauseeq.v2i1.15


Literary style is the main source of expressing the frame of mind. Through this expression, humans understand and share each other’s thoughts & passions. The creative usage of a word embodies its inner energy and ecstasy. Due to this fact, a literary style becomes the personification and image of the personal traits of a person. Through this expression, the inner personality of a person becomes evident and others easily discern it. In compendium, literary style has an invisible connection with the personality and psychology of a person. This instant paper presents a concise picture of literary style.

Authors:   Dr.Subhanullah [1], Humayun [2], DOI: http://doi.org/10.37605/tauseeq.v2i1.16


The history of URDU Novel began in the era of British Colonialism in Subcontinent. During British Colonial time many historical facts were distorted and manipulated for their own purposes, especially in literature. For this vary purpose the Fort William College was established. Hence, Urdu novel couldn’t nourished during colonialism. One of the problems of the Urdu novel is that it contains elements of propaganda and fulfillment of the Colonial Age’s agenda at a certain level. But not all Urdu novels have been written in pursuit of this agenda, but there are some novels that have strongly criticized the policies of the Colonial Age. One of the most important of these novels is Ahmed Aqeel Ruby's "Jungle katha" which is a Post-Colonial study presented in this article. Key Words: 

Authors:   Dr.Shehla Daud [1], Noreen Shafi [2], DOI: http://doi.org/10.37605/tauseeq.v2i1.17


Mushtaq Ahmed Yousifi holds a prominent position due to his timeless character. The world of characters he had decorated in the veil of comedy is not new but it is definitely unique. Yousifi characters are not just words scattered on the page, but characters that live in our world, throb within society, and that is why these characters will be loved by all of us. What greater success could there be for a writer than to have his characters so well-received? This is certainly a proof of Yousifi’s high position.

Authors:   Dr. Wajid Ali Shah [1], Dr. Shehla Daud [2], DOI: http://doi.org/10.37605/tauseeq.v2i1.18


The superiority and honor was granted to the human being due to knowledge and intellect. The branches of knowledge include logic, philosophy, rationale and scholasticism. In the field of philosophy the Greek remained on high rank. It can be said that all the successive philosophers followed Greek philosophy. Socrates laid the foundation of Greek philosophy, after him his pupil Plato not only compiled his works of his teacher but also amended some fine new things and on some places he contradicted with his teacher. Aristotle the pupil of Plato raised the Greek philosophy to the climax. The great Muslim philosopher of the current era Allama Muhammad Iqbal also served a lot in the field of philosophy. In this research article the thoughts of Iqbal are analyzed as to what extent he derived his thoughts from Greek philosophy and which points he differed with it.

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