Labbaik / لبیک book. Read 27 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. ممتاز مفتی نے ء میں قدرت اللہ شہاب کے ہمراہ حج بیت اللہ کی سعادت. Labbaik [Mumtaz Mufti] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Labbaik by Mumtaz Mufti. Read Book Labbaik by Mumtaz Mufti on Rekhta Urdu books library. Navigate to next page by clicking on the book or click the arrows for previous and next page.

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Notable works, Ali Pur Ka Aeeli, Alakh Nagri, Labbaik, Un Kahi, Talash, Muftianey. Notable awards, Sitara-e-Imtiaz, Munshi Premchand Award, Website. Mumtaz Mufti (Urdu: ممتاز مفتی) ( September 11, – October 27, ), was a writer from The book Talaash ( "Quest") was the last book written by Mumtaz Mufti. Labbaik (Mumtaz Mufti).pdf - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online. Labbaik by Mumtaz Mufti - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online for free. The most beautiful account of Hajj e Baitullah I have read.

One could say without any fear of contradiction that even the children of the majority of our elected representatives are studying in English schools. It was a sad experience witnessing the proceedings of the would-be district assembly of the historic district of Hyderabad.

The district council hall on Oct 29 had been turned into a fish market. Everyone was trying to score points on the arrest of Lala Zahid Pathan, the Nazim of union council No.

They criticized the SHO and demanded his dismissal, although the issue was not the agenda. They were so perturbed because it concerned a Nazim of a union council. A subcommittee was also appointed to investigate the matter.

It was, however, assumed by the house that an elected member could not commit any offence and that he was above the law.

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The legal question which the district council completely ignored was whether it had any right even to discuss the matter when it was sub judice. All canons of justice demand that any further action against the police officers should be held in abeyance till the decision of the case by the competent court of law.

The first formal session of the council had started on a wrong note as the members did not take their seats at the scheduled hour although they were present in the veranda, and the session started late by one hour.

And when the session started, a large number of members staged a walkout in protest against the arrest of Lala Zahid Pathan after making fiery speeches.

The second walkout was staged by a woman councillor when the convener requested her to sit on the seats reserved for women members. On the second day of the session, convener Nawab Rashid Ali Khan appointed a member house committee to find out ways and means for the election of different committees and procedure to be adopted for running the house in a smooth manner.

The second day session as usual also started late by an hour.

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The pandemonium was again the order of the day as every member wanted to speak at one and the same time, with or without the permission of the chair on the issue of Lala Zahid Pathan, which continued to haunt the house. Only cordless microphone was arranged and the house is still without proper furniture.

The two sessions of the house which have been held since Aug 14, , have been disappointing and there are no rules of business to conduct the proceedings. One can only hope that our elected representatives will come of age in due course.

Now, Mr Bush is not exactly known for his intellect and remarks like these — repeatedly shown on international news channels — prove exactly that. Clearly, the sort of civilization that is being saved does not allow for people with long beards — unless of course they happen to be rabbis living in New York and clergymen associated with the Orthodox church — or people who look Middle Eastern or Asian and live in mud houses or, better still, in caves.

The non-civilized part of the world is presumably non-European by definition and does not speak English, or French, or Spanish. In addition to that, the civilization that Mr Bush wants to be saved is based on principles of democracy, individual liberty and reason and logic as expounded by people like John Stuart Mill, Hobbes, Rousseau, Descartes and of course their spiritual ancestors Plato, Socrates and Aristotle.

Do they think their viewers believe this twaddle? The Beirut daily As-Safir ran a widely-praised editorial asking why an Arab who wanted to express the anger and humiliation of millions of other Arabs was forced to do so from a cave in a non-Arab country We are not, so we have informed the world, going to suspend military operations in Afghanistan during the holy fasting month of Ramazan.

After all, the Iran-Iraq conflict continued during Ramazan. So have Arab-Israeli conflicts. True enough.

There is another disturbing argument I hear in Pakistan. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. When he went for the Hajj??? In which year?? Omer He went in but what he has written is still very much relevant today. I benefited alot from this book on my Umrah and Hajj. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews.

Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 14, Jibran rated it really liked it Shelves: This is one of the best travelogues in Urdu to have come from a time when travel writing genre boasted great writers such as Mustansar Hussain Tarar, Jamiluddin Aali and Mumtaz Mufti himself.

In this travelogue Mumtaz Mufti employs his signature irreverence to tell the story of his personal relationship with Allah in the mould of Iqbal. He questions his God, explores His presence in his life, im This is one of the best travelogues in Urdu to have come from a time when travel writing genre boasted great writers such as Mustansar Hussain Tarar, Jamiluddin Aali and Mumtaz Mufti himself.

He questions his God, explores His presence in his life, implores Him to enlighten him with a spark of the divine. The whole story is a one dialogue with Allah, shifting from addressing invisible readers to God himself and back again, in beautifully crafted witty sentences, that bring to the fore Mumtaz Mufti's craft as a major Urdu writer.

I am at a loss to understand why he hasn't been extensively translated into English.

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If not his travel writing then at least his fictions, of which there is a lot to read and appreciate. It is regrettable that of late travel writing in Urdu has descended into the most banal and pointless travel stories. Every person who's been abroad comes back to write one, like an extended blog post, a long reportage, without any sense of the tradition in Urdu, and without much grounding in the language or the requisites of travel-writing.

Since globalisation international travel has lost its exotic nature. Everyone travels to Europe and Southeast Asia and Americas and to other countries these days. So Urdu travelogues written in the old style will no longer work.

Urdu travel writers will have to discover new, creative wways of telling stories of their travel. Jan 16, Ishaque A.

View 2 comments. Jun 25, Syeda Kahkishan rated it it was amazing. Jan 06, Zara added it.

Actually re-read in The first novel that I read from this writer around The first time I read it was out of curiosity when I overheard one of my casually racist uncles bashing the writer of being sacrilegious. If you have heard the same nonsense, don't pay heed to it.

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The writing style is beautiful and describes the struggles of a man who is skeptic about religion and the existence of God in an honest and soulful manner.

Feb 20, Rabie Ali rated it it was amazing Recommended to Rabie by: Zaid Hamid. It was always intriguing to see people return from Hajj a completely different person.

I thought that they just perform some rituals, what's the big deal in that. Why would walking around few places change you? But this book answered some of those questions. If you have the same questions, this book is for you. This world is not so simple. You have to open your inner eyes to see the puzzles and mystical dimensions that this earth has for you.


It was really a thought provoking book. Nov 21, Ammara Abid rated it it was amazing Shelves: An excellent book, though don't agree with some views of Mufti Sahab, apart from that "Labaik" is a beautiful journey, spiritual happiness of being there and changes that happen before and after "Haj".

It's more like an honest confession of an honest man. Deeply touched while reading, cried and that thought how sinful I'm. A thought provoking book and classic indeed. Retrieved from " https: Hidden categories: Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 5 April , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Fiction writer , sufism. Literature, philosophy, psychology , socialism.

Sitara-e-Imtiaz , Munshi Premchand Award, The most amazing travelogue i have read. His friends and admirers including Ashfaq Ahmed , Bano Qudsia and Ahmad Bashir have appeared as speakers at these events.

Mufti initially did not like the partition plan of British India , but changed his views later to become a patriotic Pakistani.

This trust has been observing Mumtaz Mufti's death anniversary events in different cities of Pakistan. I am at a loss to understand why he hasn't been extensively translated into English. Indeed a clasical gem. But this book answered some of those questions. We aim to provide all famous books in your mobile device.