Shehr e Do Qissa (excerpt)
In this excerpt, Mushtaq Ahmed Yusufi relates the nostalgic journey of his elderly friend Basharat, who has recently lost his wife. The yearning to revisit the city of his childhood, Kanpur brings its own set of surprises for Basharat.
"Ahram ka Meer Muhasib"
Set in an unspecified time, Naiyer Masud’s story poses thought provoking and philosophical questions.
The author Mumtaz Mufti addresses how human relationships become marred by loneliness, selfishness, and boredom.
Kanhaiya Lal Kapoor was a satirist, known for his humour and ironic style. In "Ta’aqub", the narrator attempts to escape the consequences of presenting a plagiarised paper on the writer Prem Chand in a literary conference.
"Peetal ka Ghanta"
The protagonist visits an old relative and witnesses drastic changes in the life of the stately person he knew as a young man.
Please note: This audiobook is in Urdu.