Best Urdu Romantic Novels – Review

Best Urdu Romantic Novels – Review

Literature or films, romance is the favorite genre for those of both Pakistan and subcontinent such as long. Well speaking about Urdu Novels, Pakistan has produced several fantastic writers who have accomplished their job at precisely the same genre with excellent flexibility and depth. Following is the list of 10 best Urdu Romantic Novels in no particular order

Best Urdu Romantic Novels

Here is the list of top ten Urdu Romantic Novles forever:

1.Pyar ka pehla shehar by Mustansir Hussain Tarar

Mustansir Hussain Tarar the writer of this publication; he not only did a superb job in expressing the feelings of its characters together with his bewitching phrases, although reading this novel one may also enjoy the description and history of several famous places in Paris. Pyar ka pehla shehar is among the most romantic novels of all time. It’s a story of a disability person falling in love, beautifully portraying that love isn’t just for amazing or physically fit people rather everyone can fall in love.

2. Ishq ka Aen by Aleem-ul-Haq Haqqi

He contributed a fantastic work for it. His field is Novel composing. He writes for several digests of Urdu, like Suspense Digest. He wrote many novels, but his most famous and effective novel is Ishq Ka Ann. The publication is a story about Ilahi Bakhsh, a poor person from Abbottabad, the beautiful valley of Pakistan, and Sadi (Sadia) a rich girl from Karachi. Ilahi Bakhsh proceeds from Abbotabad into Karachi to earn money and starts a project of loader in Karachi. The book is very intriguing and if one starts reading it, it is fairly difficult to leave it before finishing the book.

3. Khudda aur Mohabaat by Hashim Nadeem

Khuda aur Mohabbat a fascinating novel written by Hashim Nadeem is totally worth studying. It is made up of 2 components: One which deals with emotional battle, and other one deals in religious conflict. Both the sides slowly develop keeping the readers entertained and engaged. A mind-blowing story for sure!

4. Jannat Ki Talash by Raheem Gul

Jannat Ki Talaash is a prominent Urdu book by prominent Pakistani author Rahim Gul. This is a kind of itinerary in relation to a book, as the four characters such as the main character (Imtal, a girl) traveling in northern areas(Pakistan) and Baluchistan (Pakistan), also talking with each other and with different people (travelers, Drivers, servants, officers, and hippies)the true aim of life and human being. during their journeys, they came upon various kinds of individuals e.g. gypsies, people living in mountains, people with small means, and compared their status of happiness and pride with their own joy and satisfaction. The narrative and most of the dialogues is mostly narrated by & between two characters (Imtal and Waseem). I am giving it four stars, as I did not enjoy the unnecessary doctrine in this book, and also the contradicting statements of figures and the characters lifestyle. And last but not least, I don’t enjoy this book because I think, “to watch poor people and taste their food is just an experience for rich people”.

5. Raja Gidh by Bano Qudsia

Raja Gidh is among the most widely read and acclaimed Urdu novels. The title expects the kingdom of vultures. In fact, parallel to the main plot of the book, an allegorical narrative of this a kingdom is narrated. The metaphor of the vulture as an animal feeding largely on the carcasses of dead animals is used to portray the trespassing of moral limits imposed by the society or by the religion. Bano Qudsia has written this novel drawing on the religious idea of Haraam and Halaal.

Aside from the above implication the publication has many social, emotional and psychological aspects. The nostalgic narration of the historical Government College Lahore and also the Lawrence Garden Lahore lights upon the days of the seventies and eighties.

6. Peer-e-Kamil SAWW by Amer Ahmed

Both are poles apart concerning spiritual awakening. Destiny maneuvers their own lives to cross each other’s paths until Salaar falls in love with Imama later confronting a dreadful experience that completely changes the course of his life.

7. Humsafar by Farhat Ishtiaq

Humsafar is a beautifully written romantic novel on the strong connection of husband-wife, which farther gets strong by the bond of their children. The narrative of this publication reinforces that the life spouses not only require love to live a happy wedded life but trust and confidence in each other. It also plays an important part in your life.

8. Umrao Jan Ada by Mirza Haadi Ruswa

That is Ruswa’s masterful retelling of the life of a courtesan of Lucknow, a lady of culture, charm, and humor. In addition to a poet, dancer, and singer. Rich in historical detail, the book captures the soul of old Lucknow and its elegant decadence. Umrao Jaan Ada is also an integral portion of Urdu Adab. The story relies on the Lucknow Nawab culture of the 19th century. An interesting story of a courtesan called Umrao. Her actual name was Ameeran who goes through different stages of her life and finally produces a futile hunt for her parents. Who was kidnapped by the village baddie throughout her childhood and sold to the women at the Bazar e Husan, the innocent Ameeran (Umrao) grows up to love and admire the power she possesses to restrain men’s hearts with her exquisite and canorus voice and her super classical dances. This is the story of this loss of innocence for a child girl turns into a woman and then a famous courtesan.

9. Bano from Razia Butt

Very sad reality! This book has a powerful message about what Pakistan really means delivered with the personality Bano! Read the publication and you’ll begin about people who fought for Pakistan back in 1947. This publication touches a raw nerve. The things that occurred to Bano along with her household occurred to my family, and tens of thousands of other people, so I have to write myself every now and then. There was a massacre of individuals after which there was a massacre of the trust.

10. Amrat Kaur by Amjad Javed

Amrit Kaur is composed by Amjad Javed is a very famous novel. It is based upon the hardships of love across the boundaries. It is a story of this partition in 1947 that created many love stories filled with despair, sorrow and loss. It’s about those beautiful relationships of individuals living together for many years who suddenly became strangers and even enemies.


This is the list of top ten Urdu Romantic Novles according to my knowledge and study you may have a different point of views and a different list of novels. Share your list in the comments below.

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