Saturday, 1 December 2018

Biography of Bano Qudsia

Biography of Bano Qudsia


Bano Qudsia Urdu 28 November 1928 – 4 February 2017), otherwise called Bano Aapa, was a Pakistani writer, dramatist and mystic. She composed writing in Urdu, creating books, dramatizations and short stories. Qudsia is best known for her novel Raja Gidh. Qudsia additionally composed for TV and stage in both Urdu and Punjabi dialects. Her play Aadhi Baat has been classified "a work of art" Bano Qudsia passed on in Lahore on 4 February 2017.

Bano Qudsia was an essayist, scholarly, dramatist and mystic from Pakistan who is respected among the best Urdu author and short story journalists of present day times. She is best known for her novel Raja Gidh. She composed for TV and stage in both Urdu and Punjabi dialects. She is the spouse of popular author Ashfaq Ahmed. Bano Qudsia is perceived as a pioneer in the domain of TV plays.

Bano Qudsia was conceived on 28-11-1928 in Firozpur in the province of Punjab, India. She was a prestigious Spiritualist, Writer, dramatist, and scholarly from Pakistan who is evaluated profoundly among the best Urdu writers and short story scriptwriters of present day times. She was maybe best known for her novel titled Raja Gidh.

Bano Qudsia kicked the bucket on 4 February 2017 at the Ittefaq Hospital in Lahore at 88 years old. Her child Aseer Ahmed educated that she passed on around the ideal opportunity for Maghrib petitions (after dusk) She was covered at Lahore on 5 February and supplication administrations were held at Model Town, Lahore

Bano Qudisa had an energy for composing from an early age. While she was an understudy, she wrote down for school magazines and different diaries. Her memory of her days at Kinnaird College in Lahore, from where she sought after her degree in writing, are still very vivacious.

She was the creator of different novelettes, short stories, radio plays and TV serials. Her works have a solid alliance with life's progress. Bano Qudsia was considered a pioneer in the field of TV plays. Some of them increased gigantic notoriety over the fringe on account of their lightness, warmth, fervor, and valor.

Bano Qudsia was conceived on 28 November 1928 in Firozpur as a Qudsia Chatta. Her dad was a lone ranger in farming and sibling was a painter.

Her family moved to Lahore after the segment of India. Bano got her advanced education from Kinard College Lahore. At that point, she joined Government College University (GCU). She finished her lord degree in Urdu writing in 1951.

Bano Qudsia wedded with Ashfaq Ahmad whom she met while considering in Government College University Lahore. She had three children with named Aneeque, Anees, and Aseer.

She was the widow of another legend in Urdu writing , author and dramatist Ashfaq Ahmad

Qudsia shot to popularity in the artistic circles for her renowned books including Amr Bail and Mom Ki Galian.

Her books and teleplays incorporate Adhi Baat, Aik Din, Amr Bail, Assey Passey, Bazgasht, Chahar Chaman, Chota Shehr Bary Log, Dast Basta, Dusra Darwaza, Dusra Qadm, Footpath Ki Ghaas, Haasil Ghaat, Hawwa Key Naam, Hijraton Ke Darmian, Kuch Aur Nahi, Lagan Apni, Marde Abresham, Naqabil-e-Zikr, Piya Naam Ka Diya, Purwa, Purwa and Aik Din, Saman-e-Wajood, Shehr-e-Bemisaal, Shehr-e-Lazawal, Abaad Weerany, Sudhraan, Suraj Mukhi, Tamaseel, Tawjjah Ki Talib, Rahe Rawan and Phir Achanak Yuh Hua.

LAHORE: One day Ashfaq Sahib proposed I get a house keeper at home for cooking, and begin composing yet on a condition that I will compose just at an explicit time day by day. I used to compose from 11:30am to 2pm day by day without composing anything whatever is left of the day.


This was expressed by Bano Qudsia while talking amid the 'Ladies Fiction Writers' session on the second day of the Alhamra International Literary and Cultural Festival on Saturday.

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