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Qudrat Ullah Shahab
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Qudrat Ullah Shahab (or Qudratullah Shahab; 1917– July 24 1986) was an eminent Urdu writer and civil servant from Pakistan.

Qudrat Ullah Shahab (or Qudratullah Shahab; 1917– July 24 1986) was an eminent Urdu writer and civil servant from Pakistan.

Shahab Nama
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Shahab Nama is the autobiography of Qudrat Ullah Shahab. It was finished in 1986 just before his death. It was published the same year and soon he became a household name in Pakistan. Shahab Nama has sixty chapters and 893 pages (Sang-e-Meel Publications, Lahore, 2005). The first chapter entitled "Iqbal-e-Jurm" (confession) is about the author's motivation for writing an autobiography.

Shahab Nama is the autobiography of Qudrat Ullah Shahab. It was finished in 1986 just before his death. It was published the same year and soon he became a household name in Pakistan. Shahab Nama has sixty chapters and 893 pages (Sang-e-Meel Publications, Lahore, 2005). The first chapter entitled "Iqbal-e-Jurm" (confession) is about the author's motivation for writing an autobiography. The next seven "Jammu main plague" (Plague in Jammu), "Nanda Bus Service", "Chamkor Sahib", "Raj keroo ga khalisa baqi rahey na ko" (No one else but the Khalsa shall reign), "Maharaja Hari Singh kay sath chahay" (Tea with Maharaja Hari Singh), "Chandravati", and "ICS main dakhla" (Entry to ICS)chronicle his early life up to entry into Indian Civil Service. Chapter nine to fifteen describe author's experiences during his initial postings to different parts of India and creation of Pakistan in 1947. Four chapters are devoted to Mr. Shahab's writings and critics' comments on them. (Chapter 16 to 19). Chapter 20 is on the new state of Kashmir ("Azad Kashmir") and 21 on assassination of the first Prime Minister of Pakistan, Liaquat Ali Khan ("Sila-e-Shaheed"). Chapter 22 to 34 are devoted to author's experiences as Deputy Commissioner of Jhang District in Punjab. After a year in Jhang, Mr. Shahab left for the Netherlands on a scholarship to attend a six-month course at the Institute of Social Studies in The Hague. Two chapters, 35 and 36 are on his impressions of the Netherlands and his decision to proceed to Hajj. Chapter 37 and 38 are a pilgrim's tale. "Jhoot, fraud aur hirs ki daldal" (The quagmire of lies, fraud and greed), chapter 39, details author's time at the Ministry of Industries as Director. For the next 200 pages, chapter 40 to 50, Mr. Shahab delves into politics of his time as observed by him as the Principal Secretary to Governor General Malik Ghulam Muhammad, President Iskander Mirza and General Ayub Khan. The last ten chapters of Shahab Nama deal with a variety of topics such as death of his mother ("Maa ji ki wafaat"), life of an Ambassador ("Rozgar-e-safeer"), the future of Pakistan ("Pakistan ka mustaqbil)" and so on. There is a chapter titled "Iffat" dedicated to his late wife. The last chapter is about his mystical experiences.

Dr. Mohsin Mighiana
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Shahab Nama is the autobiography of Qudrat Ullah Shahab. It was finished in 1986 just before his death. It was published the same year and soon he became a household name in Pakistan. Shahab Nama has sixty chapters and 893 pages (Sang-e-Meel Publications, Lahore, 2005). The first chapter entitled "Iqbal-e-Jurm" (confession) is about the author's motivation for writing an autobiography.
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Shah Jahan
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Shahab Uddin Muhammad Shah Jahan I (also spelled Shah Jehan, Shahjehan, Urdu: شاه ‌جہاں, Persian: شاه جهان was the ruler of the Mughal Empire in India from 1628 until 1658. The name Shah Jahan comes from Persian meaning "king of the world. " He was the fifth Mughal ruler after Babur, Humayun, Akbar, and Jahangir. While young, he was a favourite of Akbar. Even while very young, he could be pointed out to be the successor to the Mughal throne after the death of Jahangir.

He succeeded to the throne upon his father's death in 1627. He is considered to be one of the greatest Mughals and his reign has been called the Golden Age of Mughals. Like Akbar, he was eager to expand his empire. The chief events of his reign were the destruction of the kingdom of Ahmadnagar, the loss of Kandahar to the Persians, and a second war against the Deccan princes . In 1658 he fell ill, and was confined by his son Aurangzeb in the citadel of Agra until his death in 1666. On the eve of his death in 1666, the Mughal Empire spanned almost 750,000,000 acres, about 2/10 the size of modern India. The period of his reign was the golden age of Mughal architecture. Shah Jahan erected many splendid monuments, the most famous of which is the Taj Mahal at Agra built as a tomb for his wife Mumtaz Mahal . The Pearl Mosque at Agra, the palace and great mosque at Delhi also commemorate him. The celebrated Peacock Throne, said to be worth millions of dollars by modern estimates, also dates from his reign. He was the founder of Shahjahanabad, now known as 'Old Delhi'. The important buildings of Shah Jahan were the Diwan-i-Am and Diwan-i-Khas in the fort of Delhi, the Jama Masjid, the Moti Masjid and the Taj. It is pointed out that the Palace of Delhi is the most magnificent in the East.

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