Aab e Hayat novel pdf of Umera Ahmad’s Most Popular urdu Novel “Peer E Kamil ” This tale contains the biography of Umaima and Salar after their wedding. Aab e Hayat by Umera Ahmed Complete Novel – – Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online. Read free Aab-e-Hayyat By Umera Ahmed-Last Episode Complete Novel at Urdu Novels Aab-E-Hayyat is a great novel which is going on in these days. hey umaira abe hayat is a best nevel ever written are eagarly waiting for the.
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Get Yourself a Copy. It also sheds light on a very important aspect, that was,non muslims ,specially westren people can never be sincere to us they will only use hayt and will help us untill we are of some use to them and they will never let our true religion spread or develope. This needed to be highlighted. Umama was acting like a child and was being extra sensitive.
I think it only created hype but couldn’t npvel in that manner. Assalamu alaikum… Aab-e-hayat ka next part upload karen plz aur kis Naam se upload karenge ye bhi bata den plz…. Romanticising male chauvinistic behavior 5. But honestly I only liked the last 2 or 3 chapters of the novel in which there was something serious going on other than Umama and salaar’s repeatative story.
آبِ حیات (Aab-e-Hayat) (Peer-e-Kamil, #2) by Umera Ahmed
Open Preview See a Problem? There end was sort of abrupt and weak. To be honest i really started to hate them all. But what baffles me, is that, all these people knowing more about religion than apparently anyone else, as the author herself has said, could be so misguided.
Definite this story is about, Salar’s family: Fakhar meher August 24, at 1: It was like digging a mountain to find a rat. In second quarter of Novel: In short the novel When we came to know it was an extension of “Peer e Kamil”, the way writer carried the novel is questionable.
But it was compensated very well by the end of the book. The descriptions of intelligence were a bit over the top. Her social work was a nice touch, the icing on the cake. Are hayst excited to know whether they lived happily ever after or not? It showed how their family grew, how their kids’ lives unwound and the turn umerq own lives took, it showed the sacrifices both Imama and Salar made, their struggles, the obstacles they overcame and most all how both of them together recognized the hazards of interest based economic system and their struggles to eradicate it from the society.
It felt a bit like milking it. Too good to be believable plot. Jul 25, S. It was very cool that Saad finally had his redemption after and through another generation. Uemra a good Muslim umeera also being a good human being, it made me feel proud of the characters when they overcame the lure of just the worldly success, trying to follow the teachings of Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him.
All the unanswered questions: Please check your email and click on confirmation link to complete your subscription at Urdu Novels. Jul 16, Muhammad Bin khalid rated it it was amazing. Imama Hashim I still like her. Maybe my looking lens is clouded with judgement but I just couldn’t bring myself to reconcile with this image.
I just cannot bring myself to understand how, even once, can Salar act indifferent like that, so soon after he finally has got the love of his life in his life.
Aab-e-Hayyat By Umera Ahmed-Last Episode
Another thing I have to say is that given that they live in America and all, Imama wears hijab, her husband and eldest son are Hafiz-e-Qur’an have memorized the Qur’an and their household is quite religious but the girls’ appearance remained unaffected by the environment in their home.
The story of Saad’s Salar’s friend from Yale’s days family was a cautionary tale for me. I would love to know your opinions and please tell me if you find any loopholes in my review.
Seems a little judgemental and needs more thinking and exploration into the heart of the matter. In the next half of Novel there kids, you don’t only envy to them but starting to hate them. As she herself has said, that in its way, this book is jmera but I say we do need ideals to build upon, badly.
Now I’ve read some books and romance is my favorite genre and I’ve my fair share of some cheap and dirty ones as well but after ‘cheap’ romance novel, you got to have to read some from E.
This is not Salar and Imama’s story, this is the story of posterity.
Aab-e-Hayat was well-researched and the references were well placed, I thoroughly enjoyed them where expression was good except at points when bad grammar was used, it sounded like name-dropping or the use of English seemed pretentious. I don’t thing I’m going to read it again anytime soon