Urdu novels depict the social aspects of our society. The famous novel writers discuss the social life and issues in their novels in a very convincing and beautiful way. They show the family related issues, love life, and all the major aspects of everyday life in their novels. Urdu novels are mostly liked by females that keep them bound with the unique stories, romance and characters. When start reading, readers become so dissolve that the characters and the storyline feels so alive in their mind.
Umaira Ahmed is well-known for her writings and books that keeps the readers bound with her in a unique way. She began the career of her writing at the age of 22 in 1988 with the initial stories in Urdu monthly digests. She has written many books that range from complete long novels to the compilation of short stories and she has made much respect in the heart of thousands of readers and fans. She is an astonishing writer and the writing comes to her as natural as breathing. She has attracted the large crowd of readers with her great publications. Man-o-Salwa is the long novel that was once published in a monthly digest.
The novel is based on the girl named Zainab who was in love with her cousin and committed to him as well. But her cousin tries to break their engagement upon his thoughts that she is also involved with other men and is not sincere with him. His friends misguide him and suggest him to marry a wealthy woman instead of his poor cousin. He makes her character bad in front of everyone that leads to the broken up of their relation. Zainab was so heartbroken and determined to take the revenge. She became a model and actress despite opposition from her family. She meets him once again and get him involved in the scandal that put him behind the bars. It is a sad, emotional and romantic story full of love and hatred that makes the readers emotional in some scenes of the novel.
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