Pakistan Se Dayar e Haram Tak
Pakistan Se Dayar e Haram Tak by Nasim Hijazi
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Pakistan Se Dayar e Haram Tak is a Safarnama (travelogue) written by Nasim Hijazi in the Urdu Language. This is the story of his visit to the holy land of “Makkah Mukarma” & “Madina Munawarah”.
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Preface of Pakistan Se Dayar e Haram Tak in Urdu:
Preface of Pakistan Se Dayar e Haram Tak in English:
This Safarnama (travelogue) has been published in “Daily Kohistan” and now on the persistence request of readers it is being published again in Book Format.
I was trying to write “Qaiser of Kisra” for last two years. This novel is written in the background of Arab, Rome and Persian history – the time period when humanity was suffering death at the hands of ignorance and abhorrence. The world’s eyes were on Makkah Mukarma for the emergence of the new and bright era.
After collecting necessary historic material, before writing the book, I wanted to visit those sacred places which were part and parcel of the historic background of this great epic. At least I wanted to visit the sacred land of “Hijaz e Muqaddas”. I am also among those billions of people who wish to see that land in their every prayer.
While writing down the happenings of this travel I strongly felt that I am not providing people with much new information. As millions & billions of people visit that land and tell others about it.
But when short passages were being published in “Daily Kohistan” readers wrote me a lot of letters. I greatly felt that stories regarding the motherland of Hazrat Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him (S.A.W) always bring new feelings. Most of the people who wrote letters to me have already visited the holy land of Saudi Arabia but their ever growing enthusiasm made me complete this book.
While leaving Pakistan my dearest friend Syed Muhammad Jafri (late) advised to write down my observations. I told him that from where I will bring the requisite words. I seriously feel that feelings are untransferable to words. This travelogue was a beautiful dream and enjoyment of that dream is undefinable.
I never went there to write down a travelogue and also not tried to keep a note of every information. I strongly relied on my observation and remembrance to complete this epic. So, there might have been some mistake made by me.
I strongly wish this epic story may not have so short.
Abbottabad, 10 October 1960.
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