Khol Do ~ کھول دو has 23 ratings and 3 reviews: Paperback. sA’ADAt HAsAN mANto. Open It!*. The special train left Amritsar at two in the afternoon, taking eight hours to reach Mughalpura. Quite a few passengers were . Saadat Hasan Manto () was a prolific writer of Urdu short story. He was a journalist, literary critic, screenplay writer, play writer, and a.
The eight young volunteers comforted her, sat her in their lorry and gave her food and milk.
Manto’s Mirror To Partition: A Feminist Review Of ‘Khol Do’
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Jan 19, Rajni Sahota rated it really liked it. It leaves you feeling a bit unnerved. He was lying on bare ground, surrounded by screaming men, women and children. Hassan added it Dec 16, Volume 2 By Vidyun Sabhaney. Want to Read Currently Reading Ohol.
Ten days passed, but Sakina was not to be found. Suhaib Asif rated it it was amazing Sep 16, He wished he could weep but tears would not come.
Lists with This Book. All his time was spent running from camp to camp looking for her. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Her hands groped for the cord which kept her salwar tied around her waist.
Bh doctor broke into a cold sweat. The Partition Of Punjab: They had a lorry and guns and said they would help him. Total confusion prevailed, with people looking for lost sons, mothers, wives.
But unlike many others, Manto does not see the perpetrators as Hindu or Muslim, Hindustanis or Pakistanis, he just sees and depicts them as human beings with all their wilderness and barbarity.
To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: One of the most celebrated of these is Saadat Hasan Manto, whose short stories represented the overarching societal breakdown in the Partition, that resulted in widespread massacres and rapes across Punjab, Bengal, and other parts of North India. You can tweet me ganeshdhamodkar for quick reply.
Khol Do – Saadat Hasan Manto | urduwallahs
Faiza rated it really liked it Sep 13, Many days had gone kuol and Sirajuddin had still not had any news of his daughter. Books by Saadat Hasan Manto. Not many hefty tomes can achieve what this dark, gut-wrenching story does in a few pages. August 3, at 7: By questioning the institution of social work, which was central to the project of nationalist mobilisation, Manto depicts the futility dk nationalist ideology, on either sides of the border, the very basis of which lies in hypermasculinity.
The special train left Amritsar at two in the afternoon, arriving at Mughalpura, Lahore, and eight hours later. Aditya Shekhar rated it it was amazing Mar 13, Munazza marked it as to-read Dec 08, He checked its pulse and said to Sirajuddin, “The window, open it!
His eyes struck the sun, and he awoke with a start as its sharp blaze entered him. Pritesh Shrivastava marked it as to-read Jul 24, The original story in Urdu is more poignant and heart wrenching.