Zindagi (novel)

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Zindagi is a book from British India, written by Chaudhry Afzal Haq, that shares moral and ethical lessons in life and the punishments and rewards in ones afterlife using humor. Zindagi was written in 1930s British India and by a leader and thinker of the Free India movement in The Punjab, while in jail for non-violently protesting British Colonial rule of India.[1]

Zindagi
AuthorChaudhry Afzal Haq
LanguageUrdu, English
GenrePhilosophy of ethics, morality, and free will
Published1930s

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ḥaq, Caudhrī Afẓal. Zindagi (Life). Lahore, Pakistan. ISBN 978-1-4993-2478-5. OCLC 952323365.