The Beam Magazine proudly presents Mohabbat Naam Rishton Ka by Rayeha Maryam. Rayeha Maryam has the distinction of having established her identity in the literary world at a very young age. Her writing holds promise, the storytelling is effortless and the attention to detail is outstanding. She already has a number of literary works to her name, such as Khwab, Effat ki Pasban, Hum Dekhenge, Chand Mera Naraz Hai and Ice Cream. She also has a Digest publication to her name, Qaatil Dor. Rayeha is still learning, and has the time and inclination to further excel in her work.
Mohabbat Naam Rishton Ka is the latest presentation by this talented author. It is the story of Suraya Batool and her grandchildren. Suraya is the chieftain of Chawinda, a town in the Sialkot district of Pakistan. Suraya has been witness to the Partition of the subcontinent. She has seen the separation of Pakistan and India with her own eyes.
The patriotism of Suraya is reflected in Arsh, the main protagonist of the story. Arsh is the grandson of Suraya. Arsh’s patriotic fervor leads him to join the Army. Here destiny plays its game. The girl that Arsh loves hates the Army. She believes that the Army has blood on its hands…….
The children of Suraya had decided and selected the future spouses of their children in their childhood itself. However, the children are unaware of the choice of their parents. They do not know who their parents have selected for each of them. Is it possible that the person you love is written in your destiny? The person that destiny has chosen for you, is it necessary that he/she will love you?
Mohabbat Naam Rishton Ka is a story of the sapling of love. A sapling planted in the earth, which is surrounded with the air of wrong decisions and misconceptions. Will Love find its way, and save the relationships?
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