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Finest Spiritual Novel Written by Pakistani Authors

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Famous Spiritual Urdu Novels

Pakistan is a country rich in fantasy words. Pakistani Urdu authors have wonderful profound concepts for writing. Pakistani Urdu literary history has produced a plethora of novels and other works of fiction that have received worldwide acclaim. There is no genre in which our author has not written or worked. Pakistani writer has published English books as well as translations.

Pakistani writers have written in a variety of genres, including Romanticism, realism, socialism, communism, feminism, religion, and sexuality. They have also written on death and the secrets of hell and paradise. The creative imagery level of an Urdu writer is always at its finest and most admired.

Here are some of the best top-rated famous spiritual novels that you should read.


It's the story of Parizad, a poor, unattractive guy. (His name had a significant role in his amusement.) He was made fun of by his relatives. He was drawn to beauty, and this item only made his life worse! In the end, he despised the world so much that he wishes to perish.

The author discusses the most prevalent mistake in our culture in this book: thinking an unattractive person is so horrible that you don't even love him! True, we still assess others based on their appearance. We didn't care about the purity of their hearts; instead, we chastised them for their appearance. What exactly is their fault.

About the author: Hashim Nadeem is a Pakistani Urdu author, playwright, poet, film producer, and director. As the first private producer, he also produced 27 telefilms and 11 drama serials, four of which received various honors, and for which he was both the writer and director.


Peer-E-Kamil by Umera Ahmad

Peer-e-Kamil (English: The Perfect Mentor) is a story about a deviational sect that violates our Prophet's (PBUH) finality, as well as the heartbreaking journey of two unhappy souls: Salaar Sikandar, a genius with an exceptional I.Q who has complicated questions about life, and Imama Hashim, an ordinary girl from a stable family. They are diametrically opposite in terms of spiritual awareness. Destiny brings their paths together till Salaar falls in love with Imama after a frightening experience that changes the course of his life.

About the author: Umera Ahmad is a Pakistani author, scriptwriter, and writer. Shehr-e-Zaat, Pir-e-Kamil, Zindagi Gulzar Hai, Alif, Durr-e-Shehwar, Daam, Man-o-Salwa, Qaid-e-Tanhai, Digest Writer, Maat, Kankar, Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan, Doraha, and Hum Kahan Ke Sachay are among her best-known books and plays.

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Mann O Salwa by Umera Ahmad

Man-o-Salwa is Umera Ahmed's lovely and realistic tale. Our society's downsides as a result of poverty are described in the story. Poor individuals have to deal with a lot of things, some of which belong to them and others that do not, yet they appear to be responsible for everything. In Man-o – Salwa, the main character "Zeni" had ups and downs as a result of poverty. Then, as a kind of retaliation, she makes money in deceptive methods. The term Man-o-Salwa refers to a clean dish that was blessed by Allah, and in this tale, everyone thought they were eating man-o-Salwa, but it was actually "Haraam Rizq" that stole their serenity and relationships.


Namal by Nimrah Ahmad

After Jannat Ke Pattay, another literary masterpiece by Nemrah Ahmed, Namal is a story that stands out amid all other Pakistani novels owing to its intricate matrix of truth, deceit, and, of course, the small stream of love that continues to develop between all these channels of life.

Namal, unlike other books, centers around the lives of several individuals rather than focusing on a single character as the focal point of the whole plot.

The novel begins with a sense of mystery and suspense.

Faris Ghazi, a young guy, is arrested and charged with murdering his stepbrother. The lone eyewitness to the crime, Zamar Yusuf, a just but harsh district attorney who also happens to be Faris' ex-teacher, accuses him. A complicated and well-planned murder turns these two into adversaries.


Hashim is a well-known lawyer who also owns an oil cartel. Despite his involvement in several illicit operations, Hashim's strength is his ability to keep his promises to his family. This persona is presented in greyscale, and Nimrah Ahmed leaves the ultimate analysis to the readers to investigate in depth.

Saadi Yusuf, the next significant character, is the epitome of a lovely, youthful, and tender-hearted young guy who is both related to Faris and Zamar. He outwits the primary suspect by identifying the assassins of Faris's stepbrother, Waris Ghazi.

Nimrah Ahmed has beautifully described several Quranic verses to us via Saadi, particularly "Surah Namal," therefore the title of her work.

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