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Remembrance Of Things Past

Naiyer Masud’s stories record the details of a decaying culture with dignity. A quintessential representative of Awadh culture, he was born in Lucknow, taught in the city and lived there till his death. He is perhaps the only writer to have translated Franz Kafka into Urdu.

Urdu writers asked to declare: My book not against the govt, nation

The form, received by several Urdu writers and editors over the past few months, also asks authors to provide signatures of two witnesses.


Urdu Across the Border

The book introduces non-Urdu readers to works by contemporary writers.