Qamar Ajnalvi is a famous Urdu novel and movies writer. He wrote history books as well stories for movies. He wrote near ten books in Urdu and some film scripts. Qamar Ajnalvi chooses Islamic history for his novels. He authored some great books after a vast research. The readers like Qamar Ajnalvi Novels till today.
Qamar Ajnalvi was born 1 March 1921 in Amritsar Punjab in the house of Din Muhammad. He was the single child of his parents. In 1940, he moved Lahore and spent his whole life there. In 1944, he married with the Begum Amtul Hafeez.
Qamar Ajnalvi wrote his first novel in 1938 with the name of Shaheed Pujaran. Later on, he wrote many great books like Wali Ahad, Jang e Muqaddas and much more. He also wrote scripts for some Pakistani movies like Maan Baap Buzdil, Dillan wich Rab wasda, Mein Ney Kia Jurm Kia and Laila Majnu. Moreover, he wrote the dialogue of famous film Anarkali.
Qamar Ajnalvi novels list
Jang e Muqaddas: This book wrote in the context of Crossed Wars between the two heroes of these Wars Sultan Ayoubi and Richard the Lion.
Muqaddas Murti: This novel compiled on the finding a statue of Gautam Budh that made after his death. We can put this book on the top of Qamar Ajnalvi novels list.
Chah e Babul: It is one of the great history books that ever read. This novel wrote the Wars between Cyrus the great and Bakhat Nasar’s successors.
Jahan e Loh o Qalam: This book wrote on the World Politics.
Wali Ahad: This novel wrote in the context of Wars between British empire and a State of South India.
Dharti Ka Safar: People’s migration from India to Pakistan.
Baghdad Ki Raat: It is another great historical novel that describes the later history of Abbasid Khilafat and Qarmtia movement.
Pandare: This book wrote on the life of Nawab Karim Khan Pandar. It is a historical novel.
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