Month: January 2019

A Tribute to Sana Hussain

سمجھ میں نہیں آتا ۔۔۔ بات شروع کہاں سے کروں ۔۔۔ اور اختتام کیا ہوگا ۔۔۔ دوست کیا ہوتا ہے ۔۔۔ یہ وہی سمجھ سکتا ہے ۔۔۔ جس کو یہ رشتہ نصیب ہوا ہو ۔۔۔ مجھے ملا ہے ۔۔۔ ہر دوست بہت ہی بلند ملا ہے ۔۔۔ انہی میں سے ایک وہ تھی ۔۔۔ جسکو …

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Broken by Lee Aaun

The Beam Magazine presents a short poem ‘Broken‘ by Lee Aaun. Broken She made herself again by the broken pieces, with her cracked hands. She doesn’t remember the memories of her own beauty. All she knows is that she has to prove that she is not going to break again by his selfish desires. (Lee …

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Adhoori Khwahish by Hadiya Amjad

The Beam Magazine presents a short afsana ‘Adhoori Khwahish‘ by Hadia Amjad. Pdf Download Link: Adhoori Khwahish by Hadiya Amjad. Or To continue reading online, click on the Next button below. For the afsana ‘Azaad Ghulam’ by Hadiya Amjad, CLICK HERE. To see more Urdu novels available on The Beam Magazine, CLICK HERE. © 2019 The Beam Magazine …

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Fourth Eye by Matia Jahan

The Beam Magazine presents a novel ‘Fourth Eye’, a Sci-fi thriller by Matia Jahan. Following the suspense thriller ‘Qurbani’, this is her second novel on The Beam Magazine. ‘Fourth Eye’ was the first science fiction novel penned by Matia. She wrote this novel when she was 16. For 4 years she kept telling herself that …

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Mashal by Waheed Sultan

The Beam Magazine presents ‘Mashal’, a completed episodic novel by Waheed Sultan. Waheed was born in Sialkot in 1989. He completed his B.A. from Punjab University, Lahore. He started writing in 2010, and started publishing on social media since 2017. His first novel was ‘Khushiyon Ki Keemat’. ‘Mashal’ is his fifth novel. He likes to …

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Rishty Kachy Dhagy by Aasia Majeed

The Beam Magazine presents an Afsana ‘Rishty Kachy Dhagy’ by Aasia Majeed. Aasia is a resident of Sadiqabad in the Punjab province. She started writing at the age of 16. She wrote motivational stories for children and Urdu articles for about three years in a local newspaper. Now she also writes poems, both in Urdu …

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