Belonging to the early era of Umera Ahmed’s stories, it puts forth a strong message, that compliance and surrender cannot save you in a hostile environment. One has to fight for his basic rights in order to survive. Tapping the most delicate emotions of the reader, ‘Yeh Jo Ik subh ka sitara hey’ was quite well liked.
Aab-e-Hayat by Umera Ahmed Ebook
Aab-e-Hayat is 2nd part of Peer-e-Kamil
973 in stock
The story revolves around Saba Kareem, who is so far the most unique and different character by the same author. Saba is married to Arfeen against the wishes of his parents. Being in love with Saba, Arfeen feels a strange unfathomable tinge of spirituality in her. Despite the displeasure of his parents they are happy and satisfied with their life. Overwhelmed by her hatred Arfeen’s mother plans to get rid of Saba by maligning her character. Saba falls prey to the vicious plot as she has no proof of her innocence and apparently all evidence is going against her.