Mysticism In The Short Stories Of Mumtaz Mufti

Authors

  • Dr Muhammad Arshad Ovaisi Head of Urdu Department, Garrison University Lahore
  • Sajida Parveen Ph.D Scholar, Dept. of Urdu, Lahore Garrison University, Lahore

Keywords:

Gordaspur, Human behavior, Sufism, short stories, Mumtaz mufti

Abstract

Mumtaz Mufti one of the famous urdu fiction writers. He has a glory of social topics in his literary work. He is among those people, who observed the society with depth. In his fiction we can see a variety of human behaviour with respect of the place and time. This article reflects the Sufism (Sufiana elements) in his short stories; so students of urdu can understand these elements in Mumtaz Mufti’s short stories.

References

Najeeba Arif, Dr,” Mumtaz mufti Shakseat o fun”, Islamabad, Acadmy of letters, 2000, p 92

Mumtaz mufti, “Rogni Putlay”, Lahore: Sang-i-meel Publications, 1984, p 76

Muhammad Tufail, “Naqoosh”, Lahore: volume 129, Idara Faroog-i-Urdu. 1982, p 65

Najeeba Arif, “Bukal day wich chor”, Lahore: RR Printers, 2012, p 135

Mumtaz Mufti, “Samay ka bandhan”, Karachi: Faroz sons, 1993, p 92

Najeeba Arif, “Bukal day wich chor”, p 176

Mumtaz Mufti, “Kahi na jay”, Lahore: Sang-i-meel publications, 1992, p 103

Mumtaz mufti, “Rogni Putlay”, p 88

Mumtaz Mufti, “Samay ka bandhan”, p 112

Published

2020-12-29

How to Cite

Dr Muhammad Arshad Ovaisi, & Sajida Parveen. (2020). Mysticism In The Short Stories Of Mumtaz Mufti. Zaban-O-Adab, 13(2), 174-196. Retrieved from //zabanoadab.gcuf.edu.pk/index.php/1/article/view/18