Jangloos is an Urdu novel written by author Shaukat Siddiqui. Plot summary. The novel tells the story of two prisoners, Lali and Raheem Dad, who escape. Urdu Novels, Free Urdu Novels, Download Free Urdu PDF Books, Islamic Books, Quran, Hadiths, Wazaif, Seerat, Biographies, Urdu Books. Buy Jangloos By Shaukat Siddiqui (3 volumes complete) by Shaukat Siddiqui ( ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free .
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Jangloos is a famous novel of Urdu language written by Shaukat Siddiqui. The novel tells the story of two prisoners, Lali and Raheem Dad who escaped from the jail. The story is created in the backdrop of central Janglooos Pakistan.
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Shocking, Humiliating, Shameful, bitter realities written brilliantly. Stories within a story The story is based on two prisoners, but actually it’s not on two it’s about three prisoners. Laali, Raheem daad and the reader A very long story but not janggloos even a bit, you didn’t get tired while reading but definitely by “runnin “Jangloos” not an ordinary read.
A very long story but not boring even a bit, you didn’t get tired while reading but definitely by “running”. Did I write running? Harsh bold but must read. View all 12 comments. Nov 05, Shabana Mukhtar rated it liked it. Combined review for voulme 1, 2, and 3 The story is about two people who escaped prison – Laali and Raheem Daad. After the initial few chapters, it becomes Laali’s adventures. I haven’t finished the book yet.
But I am ready to review. I have read plenty of similar stories. I wouldn’t name the authors here. I am not saying that others copied his style or whatever, but I wasn’t amazed as I had hoped. If the book surprized me towards the end, I will revisit the review and change the rating. May 24, Rural Soul rated it really liked it Shelves: Didn’t have time to write it before but I heartily wanted it. The category of Urdu Literature, this book falls in is called “Dastaan”. There are few such writings which past under my eyes.
Some of them are pure piece of beauty. There was also some commercial literature avialable in market which published in various magazines in parts including few marathon series by Ahmad Iqbal such as Shikaari Madaari Khilaarri Anaarri and Juwaari. A part from f Didn’t have time to write it before but I heartily wanted it.
A part from first one which is Skikaari, remaining work of Ahmad Iqbal can’t be taken seriously. This loose fiction can’t make its place among Urdu Literature as it contained unrealistic characters and unwanted length to make it more long and to entertain every casual reader. Jangloos wasn’t commercial literature to entertain but it dealt with major corruption and fidelities in our society.
It can be added with those two books of rich work which I mentioned above. It didn’t have focus on lives of two main characters. In fact this book is more examplatory and Allegoric. It’s told in detail about corruption of Property claims, Inhumane situation of poor peasants under the reign of tyrranic feudals, corrupt politicians and Law and Order departments and Forced Labor. Characters Laali and Raheem Daad are created to express all problems of common man after partition. Being under the wings of Bhutto it was obvious for a writer like Shaukat Siddiqui to write for the sake of hate which he had for feudalism.
On that time Bhutto had a charisma and that’s why many youngsters were hopeful that whatever they tolerated is gonna come to an end. It’s other story that he ended same after breaking my country in two parts. Ironically Laali who’s born crook but still possessed moral values and faithfulness but Raheem Daad who was respectful but small land owner originally kept going to steal which he didn’t deserve.
It shows that its not what ‘re you with birth but what you do after your birth. View all 6 comments.
Aug 18, Wsm added it Shelves: Remember reading it many years ago when it was being published in serialized form in a local magazine.
Later watched its dramatized version on PTV. Found it rather boring and couldn’t watch all of it. Apr 03, Saad Din rated it liked it. The events some times seem artificial and mention of historical facts along with the details of local clans feel uncalled for. Another aspect which also becomes visible is the non affiliation of writer with the culture of Punjab it seems that what ever he know how of the writer have is based in the story telling is linear which is good as story line does not move back and forth in time or events which makes it a readable option.
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Shaukat Siddiqui was a Pakistani writer of fiction who wrote in Urdu. God’s Own Land and Jangloos. Siddiqui was born on 20 March in a literary family of Lucknow, India.
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He gained his early education in his home town and earned a Shaukah. Political Science in After the partition of India, he migr Shaukat Siddiqui was a Pakistani writer of fiction who wrote in Urdu. After the partition of India, he migrated to Pakistan in and stayed in Lahore but soon permanently settled in Karachi.
He was an active member of Pakistan Writers’ Guild and a partisan of progressive writers association.
The collection earned him fame across the Sub-continent and placed him in the ranks of literary giants like Quratul Ain Haider and Joginder Paul. Books by Shaukat Siddiqui. No trivia or quizzes yet.