Humanism In The Short Stories Of Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi


  • Dr Tehseen BiBi Asst professor Urdu Department, Qurtuba University, Peshawer
  • M. Nasir Afridi Ph.D Scholar, Dept. of Urdu, Sarhad University, Peshawar


Progressivism, Humanism, Compassionate, Tranny, Villege life


The main idea of Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi fiction writing is hman being and humanity.Other than this he has also written about Islam and Pakistan.There is the reflection of sensitivity and sympathy in his writings.He is the great torchbearer of humanity and human friendship.There is a great stress on women place and woman respect in his writings.His pen has great power to write about respect and sacredness.He has created such characters different sides of humanity with the help of his reflected writings.His developing thoughts and attitude shows friendship for humanity.He likes to have such writings whch are free of cast system,exploitation and different sects of society.This shows his respct for friendship for humanity with its development.    


?1 Khalid Hussain Tarar,” Rohaniat-e-Islam Or Science”, Multan: Roohani Art Press, p 172

? Lala Hardial,”Mazaahib Or Insaniat”, Lahore: Rajpet Roy & Sons,1938 p 151.

? Waris Alvi,”Teesrey Darjey ka Musafir”, Lahore: Nigarishat,1986, p 49

? Dr. Salahuddin Darwish,” Insan Dosti Ka Nazzria Or Tehreek”, Islamabad: Purab Academy,2007, p 7.

? Dr. Sadiq,” Tarqi Pasand Adab Or Afsana, Delhi: 1981, p 175

? Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi, “Afsana: Irtiqa”, Content: Aas Pas, Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publications, 2007, p 83

? As above p 83

? Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi, “Afana: Dehati Doctor”, Content: Chopal, Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publications,2007, p 34

? As above p 84

? Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi, “Tuloo-o-Ghuroob”, Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publications, 2007, p 83

? Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi, “Bazar-e-Hayat”, Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publications, 2017, p13

? Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi, “Kapas Ka Phool, Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publications, 3, p.



How to Cite

Dr Tehseen BiBi, & M. Nasir Afridi. (2020). Humanism In The Short Stories Of Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi. Zaban-O-Adab, 13(2), 124-132. Retrieved from //

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