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علی پور کا ایلی

Mumtaz Mufti ↠ 7 Characters Characters × eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Mumtaz Mufti علی پور کا ایلی Read ☆ 7 Alipur Ka Ailee is Mumtaz Mufti's semi autobiographical novel describing the trials and tribulations of the early phase of its protagonist's life The story continues in Alakh Nagri which makes up the second part of the long novelعلی پور کا ایلی 1961ء میں پہلی بار ایک ناول کی حیثیت سے شائع ہوئی او This is the story of the first 40 years of Ilyas Aasfi s life Ilyas is the son of an affluent Muslim civil servant Ali Ahmed and his homemaker wife Hajra who live in Alipur town village of Gurdaspur in pre partition United India He has an elder sister Farhat Ali Ahmed is a philanderer polygamist and Hajra is the long suffering first wife servant enabler The train of women that Ali Ahmed scorches through in the first uarter of the book is dizzying and insulting and sets the tone for the sexual evolution of his first born son There is Safiya Ali Ahmed s first second wife Shamim is the second second Roja is the third flings with visitors passerbys and special someones prostitutes all occurring under the ever present relatives wives and Ali Ahmed s mother Ilyas s beloved daadi Ilyas and Farhat are neglected by their father whose attentions are always focussed on either his work register women or smoke hua In fact Ali Ahmed does not become a real father till he has Naseer Wazeer and Kabeer all with third wife Roja and Roja s son from first husband Sher Ali By that time Ali Ahmed has produced plenty of knownlegitimate kids 1 other son with Hajra who died in infancy 2 girls with Shamim But the one thing that he does manage to get done is Ilyas education he makes sure that Ilyas who is a below average student and repeat exam failure completes his education bachelors technical ed certificate and gets an employment teacher Farhat he makes sure is taken off after class 8 because girls are not supposed to get education The majority of the book is full of the sexcapades of boys and men with and without women The writer also calls every second man mentioned in the book usually a friend of Ilyas as a beautiful man which is either the way authors wrote in 50s60s a homo erotic fantasy or Ilyas way of further undermining himself because he has low self esteem and is ugly Mansar whom Ilyas loves is the brother of almost fiance Saadi Mehr the most beautiful youngster in college Jamal what a beautiful man Raazi thin beautiful boy Hai looked like a beautiful woman Zia a feminine look in his eyes and a few others whose way of looking at Ilyas makes him uncomfortable run away There are also detailed descriptions of men s bodies beautiful body shoulders face There are boys and men who either are overtly or theoretically homosexual Bala giving Ilyas first lesson in masturbation or Ilyas dreaming that he does because of shame Noor the singing boy The book covers a long list of Ilyas s friends from infancy to adulthood and it gets repetitive on page 865 when you know that the writer will first name and describe a town village city Ilyas s principal boss and house his own place of residence and the friends he makes one is always beautiful the other always average and their romances flirting flings marriages in exactly this order Either it is laziness or imitation of life where things change and yet remain the same I flipped the pages and started re reading on page 945 when The Relationship Saga takes a turnThat would be the relationship between Ilyas and Shehzad that s a woman s name a beautiful erratic smart liberal and in love with love young wife of Ilyas s friend and relative Sharif She is uite possibly illiterate but vivacious good mannered and attention seeking This is the definitive female relationship of Ilyas life combining the maternal emotional and sexual lustful elements that Ilyas sees in various other important women in his life his grandmother the almost fiance Saadi and does not want Hajra Ali Ahmed s women It also is a curse and has a hint of Philip Carey and Mildred Rogers dynamic from Maugham s Of Human Bondage Shehzad is not a sadist but this is a sadomasochistic affair full of lust doubts jealousy insecurity frustration accusations control issues anger hate longing companionship back to lust etc etc Ilyas has plenty of opportunities to get rid of and get away from Shehzad s influence and grip Samra the fiance that his mother Hajra chooses to stop Ali Ahmed from throwing the boy amongst his own relatives a mother s paranoia for sure because Ali Ahmed has no interest in getting his kids married Tasleem Neem married woman and her single sister from Amritsar Saadi the almost fiance from a great settled wealthy family a match marred by Begum Shehzad s divorced mother and by Ali Ahmed whose refusal to fund the marriage ends Ilyas hope of being in a respectable family the prostitute Shaadi and her duplicate Shaadi technically I figured anyone is better than Shehzad Ilyas is basically a good man an ordinary man trying to do good in spite of what the world and Shehzad throws at him And what Shehzad does time and again is practically unforgivable her relentless pursuit of Ilyas in spite of producing 6 kids with her own husband flirting or shacking up with Safdar a neighborhood guy who is later married to someone else has kids is a drunkard but Shehzad keeps up the affair with him her siding with her manipulative daughter to get her divorced and married to the already married half brother of Ilyas her wilful destruction of Ilyas reputation To me Shehzad seemed like the female personification of Ilyas father Ali Ahmed selfish narcissistic good looking indifferent lustful manipulative exploitative talkative It is ultimately Ilyas good that wins in the end he finds strangers who will vouch for his good character in police office neighborhood But Shehzad the one he had a 16 year affair with the one he accepted with 6 kids and lived in extreme poverty and lowly prospects because of that lets him down and yet he still pines for her Time and time again I said this woman is too much and he is a complete idiot The story is full of memorable characters Ali Ahmed Asif and Arjumund one committed suicide the other died of tapdi or TB sad lonely ends to brilliant hopes Jamal Dr Hashim Begum Shehzad and the village oldies elderly women gossiping loudly I had a problem understanding timeline when the period detailing Ilyas 3 years from 15 years of age to 18 turn out to be a 10 year period he fails in college does FA then enrolls in BA which he passes because of Ansar s contacts How did he turn out to be 25 or 27 when he does technical courseThere s also a Nazeeraan who suddenly appears and gives him overtures when the household servant s name is something else The writer was also inconsistent in his portrayal of Farhat Ilyas and Farhat Ajmal relationship barely mentioned As for Ilyas character evolution there isn t much of that either there s a ping pong on off with Shehzad that takes half of the book I don t think Ilyas learnt anything from the experience He doesn t have a blow out with Ali Ahmed over his sexual peccadilloes that color his life and only has a face to face uarrel over Ali Ahmed s assertion that Ilyas s professional success is because of him His mother Hajra also is an invisible part of his life that he only accepts because he has to raise his son by Shehzad Aali alone There is no conversation between Ilyas and his second wife Bulund Bakht and she is set aside after a paragraph her fate described as a wife and not a life partner Well who told you to go for an arranged marriage without looking at the woman It was cool to read about old cinema houses of Lahore like Empire Cinema on Macleod Road which still existThe book also gives bird s eye view of typical Muslim behavior in the subcontinent so much so that Muslim women are all in buras which my mom attests too girls were taken off school in class 8 and below my mom s mom was the first woman in her family from Gujrat who studied till class 5 in 1920s her sister till class eight my mom s sister was the first one to complete matric grade 10 and my mom was the first one to do Masters in 60s and that too from Lahore the hypocrisy bigotry the wife versus all the colorful women one can play with the male advancement and lack of proper guidance spiritual or otherwise Since this is pre partition subcontinent there are freuent interactions with non Muslim people men and women Hindus Sikhs Christians all pleasant few full of bias for eg Ali Ahmed s mistress go to Hindu prostitute Kaur who insists on drinking from the village s well instead of Ali Ahmed s home a Hindu boy who refuses to fetch water for Ilyas saying he will get impure religiously unclean the stenographer employment that Muslim Ilyas does not get because Hindus are the government employees making the decision the Ram Deens Muslims forced by Hindu employers to change their name or forced religious conversion Then the hostel food issue raised by the 4 Muslim students including Ilyas in an Aryan college in Amritsar that they want to eat meat the lamentation by an old Hindu woman whose Muslim tonga driver is killed in Hindu Muslim massacres that erupted just before partition There s a dig at Muslim Bengali Babus in an eating contest and the word Muslay the Muslim euivalent of British Paki uttered by Muslims My only peeve was the one liner on page 1198 in Mushumlaat which talks of the Pakistan uestion that is being fought by the Muslim League in Punjab the UP Muslims and Aligarh University students There is no mention of Bengal or Bengali Muslims who were the driving force of the movement before Urdu speaking community got on the bandwagon and Punjabis got into the fray Maybe I m oversensitive to revisionist history Anyways it seems like the Pakistan Movement and Partition in the plot came as an after thought to the writer because they literally rise on page 1198 and meet a thrilling nerve wracking nauseating macabre end at page 1228There is also uite another story here left unexplored all the women left by their husbands or whose husbands are working in far off places women living with other women full of lonely lives Dr Mohd Ahsan Faroui s 29 page long critiue review at the end is gibberish big words hot airThe book is 1206 pages long and I am amazed that I finished itThis is the first classic from Urdu literature that I ve read It is a well written and exhaustive study of a boy to man journey most of the time feels like the author is giving a day to day snapshot of Ilyas life it seems like forward motion but it is also going round and round in circles I don t know what kind of stories Manto wrote but they couldn t be risue than this It is also famous for being a reject for AdamJee Literary Award in 1961 which was at that time in its third year and used to give four cash awards annually to 2 Urdu and 2 Bengali authors work The award went to Jamila Hashmi s Talaash Bahaaraan I wonder what kind of book that was because nobody remembers it And lastly the book is Alipur Ka Aili not Eli ie it is pronounced as Aylee or Eelee not Eelaa yay

Review علی پور کا ایلی

Mumtaz Mufti ↠ 7 Characters Characters × eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Mumtaz Mufti علی پور کا ایلی Read ☆ 7 آدم جی ادبی ایوارڈ کے حوالے سے اسے کافی شہرت حاصل ہوئی۔ بقول ابن انشا یہ کتاب اس لئے مشہور ہوئی کہ اسے آدم جی ایوارڈ نہ مل سکا لیکن اس کے باوجود اسے ادبی حلقوں میں بہت پذیرائی حاصل ہوئی اور ممت This is a character centric book with not much of a plot Throughout this book you will encounter tons of characters but you will remember them distinctively because the writer sketches them with craft Looking at the size of the book it s not dragging at all The pace is well managed and each passage keeps you hungry for It s not about the destination but the journey with this book As someone correctly puts it You don t read Alipur ka Ailee You live it Clearly one of my favorites HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Characters × eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Mumtaz Mufti

Mumtaz Mufti ↠ 7 Characters Characters × eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Mumtaz Mufti علی پور کا ایلی Read ☆ 7 ز مفتی کی ادبی حیثیت پہلے سے کہیں زیادہ مستحکم ہو گئی۔بعد کے ایڈیشنز میں ممتاز مفتی نے اعتراف کیا کہ یہ بچپن سے 1947 تک ان کی اپنی زندگی کی کہانی ہے اور اس داستان کے بیشتر واقعات حقیقت پر مبنی ہیں Raw and superb One of the best novels you will ever come across You don t read this book you live it It s a crown jewel of urdu literature this book

  • Hardcover
  • 984
  • علی پور کا ایلی
  • Mumtaz Mufti
  • Urdu
  • 16 April 2019
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