بشریات کے تناظر میں ”آگ کا دریا “ AAG KA DARYA" IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF ANTHROPOLOGY" Section Urdu Literature
Qurat-ul-Ain Hayder is a great name of Urdu literature. A writer whose family represented three civilizations of Hindustan. Hayder's novel "Aag Ka Darya" has a special place in the world of Urdu literature. A novel that is representative not only of history and civilization but also of anthropology. In the novel, the society, culture, language, historical places and archeology of India can be examined in the perspective of anthropology. The language of the novel, the dialogues of the characters, the regional culture, civilization and religious symbols have incorporated Indian anthropology very well in this writing. The atmosphere of the novel describe the Vedic period to the Maurya dynasty, the Mughal era, the imperial period and finally the partition of India to events and their historical background. Three stages of time has been discussed according to the theory of Reincarnation. Same main characters represent all ages of these three eras.. Famous cities of Bharat and Pakistan, like Banaras, Lakhnow, Shrawsti, Uttar Koshal, Karachi etc. present their cultural and social Anthropology, Archaeology, Linguistic anthropology and Physical anthropology as well.
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