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very well The engagement with the Partition not as a singular event but a continuum is seen in well The engagement with the Partition not as a singular event but a continuum is seen in developing stage here and the critiue of ruling class politics is also very interesting and powerfulI really wish to et to of Yashpal s novels soon hopefully in Hindi not to be intimidated by the size especially Teri Meri Uski Baat Yashpal s Magnum Opus is called War and Peace of Hindi Literature Originally written in Hindi it was published in two parts in 1958 and 1960 In 2010 its En. Wanted an education above marriage; Puri whose ideology and principles often came in the way of his impoverished circumstances; Asad who was ready to sacrifice his love for the sake of communal harmony Their lives and those of other memorable characters are forever altered as the carnage that ensu. ,
Glish translation was done by Yashpal s son Anand and Penguin India published it In 2011 Javed Boota did its Punjabi translation and Suchet Kitab Ghar Lahore published it In 2017 with the help of Munira Soorti its urdu translation appeared in the special edition of Aaj Karachi This Urdu translation isn t actual translation from Hindi but just a change of script from Devanagri script to
arabic script I tried reading version first but couldn t continue due to freuent use of Hindi expressions So had to read 1119 pages long English version Yashpal spent his youth in Lahore A revolutionaryTURKO ARABIC SCRIPT I TRIED READING
who was a comrade in arms with Bhagat Singh and Chandra Shekarwas a comrade in arms with Bhagat Singh and Chandra Shekar He used all of those experiences to tell the story to two Hindu families from Lahore. Es on the eve of Independence shatters the beauty and peace of the land killing millions of Hindus and Muslims and forcing others to leave their homes foreverPublished in English translation for the first time Yashpal’s controversial novel is a politically charged powerful tale of human sufferin.