"Naya Qanoon" is a classic Urdu short story set in the background of British rule in the sub-continent. It was inspired by the promulgation of the Act of India, 1935. The story revolves around a tonga driver, Mangoo, who despises the British colonizers and cannot wait for the new act which he mistakenly believes will end colonial rule. He receives a big shock when on the first day under the new act he refuses to be humiliated by a British customer and hits back. He is shocked when he is arrested for assualting a Gora Sahib.
Saadat Hassan Manto (May 11,1912-Jan 18, 1955) was a short story writer of Kashmiri heritage. He is best know for his short stories "Bu," "Khol Do", "Thanda Gosht," and his magnum opus "Taba Ka Singh".
Please note: This audiobook is in Urdu.
Public Domain (P)2012 Urdu Studio
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"Urdu book narrations"
The narration was a huge part of the experience as my children have difficulty reading mature urdu text.
When the tonga driver decides to not be humiliated any more.
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