Bano Qudsia: Google Pays Tribute To Pakistani Writer
Google, the world’s largest search engine, has paid tribute to Pakistani novelist, playwright and novelist Bano Qudsia on her 92nd birthday.
Search engine Google has in the past also paid tribute to many Pakistani writers, poets, writers, athletes, politicians and social figures through doodles.
Google pays homage to important people in each country through doodles on their birthdays or anniversaries.
Search engine Google had released the doodle of Bano Qudsia as early as November 28, in which the city-wide novelist and playwright is shown in their traditional attire and style.
Bano Qudsia History
Bano Qudsia was born in United India on November 28, 1928 in Ferozepur, Punjab, which became part of India after the partition of India.
She moved to Pakistan with her family after the partition of India and spent the rest of her life in Lahore, the capital of Punjab.
Bano Qudsia, a well-known novelist and novelist of Urdu literature, started writing at an early age and she married Ashfaq Ahmed, a well-known writer, novelist and novelist, at a young age.
The duo of Bano Qudsia and Ashfaq Ahmed was considered as one of the most respected duos in the literary world and both of them gave everlasting books to Urdu literature.
Bano Qudsia contributed a total of more than 30 novels to Urdu literature.
People used to call her Bano Apa out of love and literature and it is believed that every one of her writings revolves not around women but around women’s love.
Bano Qudsia also wrote plays for Pakistan Television (PTV) and created non-fiction works.
Raja Gadh Novel
Although most of his novels are considered among the best novels in Urdu literature, his novel Raja Gadh was the most successful and the success of this novel continues today.
The main character of Bano Qudsia’s Afaq novel was “Sami Shah”, who belonged to the elite. One character was Aftab, he also belonged to the upper class, on which Sami Shah died. A middle-class character was Naeem, who was buried under the rubble of his thoughts, and then Professor Sohail was a character who, at the beginning of the novel, analyzed the relationship between young university boys and girls in his class from the psychological and individual aspects of society. Conversation captivates the reader’s heart.
Numerous such characters and themes are scattered throughout the novel, which you will get lost while reading.
Bano Qudsia passed away on October 4, 2017, but she is still alive in the hearts of fans through her creations.