Monday, 3 December 2018

Biography of Altaf Fatima

Biography of Altaf Fatima

Altaf Fatima is urdu author . She was born in 1929 at Lukhnow India . She moved to Pakistan in 1947 after Partition. She is exceptionally celebrated fiction essayist and author .She resigned as a teacher of Urdu. She has distributed numerous accumulations of short stories and books. 

Her Novel Dastak Na Do got a great deal of success.An adjustment was displayed on Pakistan TV and a shortened interpretation was serialized by the renowned Karachi month to month, Herald. 

Altaf Fatima (1927 – 29 November 2018) was a Pakistani Urdu author, short-story essayist, and educator (work in Muhammad Iqbal). Conceived in Lucknow, she moved to Lahore amid the Partition, gaining MA and BEd from the University of Punjab. Her tale Dastak Na ("Do not rap on the entryway") is viewed as one of the characterizing works in the Urdu dialect. An adjustment was displayed on Pakistan TV and a compressed interpretation was serialized by the Karachi month to month, Herald. In 2018, Fatima got the KLF Urdu Literature grant at the ninth Karachi Literature Festival for her book, Deed Wadeed. She kicked the bucket on 29 November 2018 after a delayed ailment. 



Dastak Naa (Do not rap on the entryway (Novel) English interpretation distributed by Heinemann in 1994) 

Chalta Musafir 


Accumulation of Short Stories 

Woh Jissay chaha gaya 

Hit Deewarein Girya Karti Hain 


Deed Wadeed 


Naghmay ka Qatal (Urdu Translation of Harper Lee's tale To Kill a Mockingbird)[4] 

Simple Bachay Meri Daulat 

Barrey Aadmi, Aur Unke Nazariyat. An accumulation of political articles 

Moti. The Pearl by John Steinbeck 

Sach Kahaniyan. Urdu interpretation of Gujrati, Marathi, Tamil and Hindi Short Stories 

Zaitoon ke Jhund. Urdu interpretation of short stories from Middle East 

Japani Afsana Nigar Khawateen. Urdu interpretation of accumulation of Japanese short stories 

Urdu interpretation of accumulation of South American short stories 

Altaf Fatima was the second of four youngsters conceived in a Muslim family unit in Lucknow, India, to Mohammad Fazle Amin and his better half Mumtaz Jahan. 

She is presently inhabitant in Lahore, Pakistan. She resigned as an educator of Urdu, yet proceeds with her abstract work.


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