August 13, 2011

A Mother's Dream About Pakistan (Hijrat Ki Yadain Aur Baatain By Prof. M. Yousuf Irfan)

Heart Shaking Events During Partition Told By Muhajareen

 Prof. Muhammad Yousuf Irfan’s mother saw this dream repeatedly after 12 Oct, 1999.
'Whole world has united to destroy and attack Pakistan, but despite of whole world’s efforts, they couldn’t destroy Pakistan and all their planning failed. Pakistan is a fort of Islam. Quaid-e-Azam laid its foundations so strong that no one can harm Pakistan. Pakistan is made to stay, it will never go down'
Please read the complete dream in last paragraph of this column.

Published in Nawa-i-Waqt Newspaper on 13 August 2011


  1. aik Qayam e Pakistan ke waqt shadate hui ab aik takmeel e Pakistan ke waqt ho rahi hai

  2. Narrative epics
    Cilappatikaram is one of the outstanding works of general literature of this period. The authorship and exact date of the classic Cilappatikaram are not definitely known. Ilango Adigal, who is credited with this work was reputed to be the brother of the Sangam age Chera king Senguttuvan. However we have no information of such a brother in the numerous poems sung on the Chera king. The Cilappatikaram is unique in its vivid portrayal of the ancient Tamil land. This is unknown in other works of this period. Cilappatikaram and its companion epic Manimekalai are Buddhist in philosophy. Manimekalai was written by Sattanar who was a contemporary of Ilango Adigal. Manimekalai contains a long exposition of fallacies of logic which is considered to be based on the fifth century Sanskrit work Nyayapravesa by Dinnag. Kongu Velir, a Jain author wrote Perunkathai based on the Sanskrit Brihat-katha. Valayapathi and Kundalakesi are the names of two other narrative poems of this period written by a Jain and a Buddhist author respectively. These works have been lost and only a few poems of Valayapathi have been found so far.
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