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I am comparing both novels because the main protagonists of both stories had the army background with their fathers being labelled as traitors. A character had access to almost everything without any difficulty and without any questions or reference as to how they got it. Just that things don't feel as original and I am not as smitten. Although there were some points i would like for readers to point out The original plot from: All Nimra Ahmed Novels List 1.
In next sense it is related to me as it is a story of Pakistan army officer and army is my craze i love to read about their lives. And i love their reserved personality and i wish i could also find someone like Major Jihaan Sikander Ahmed. I also want to be a part of army. I wish i ll get someone from the army for my future life. And while reading this JKP i lost myself completely in istanbul and taksim. Jihan is so close to me as his habits are almost similar to mine.
Same dosro ki hr baat pyar and khalus py shaq krna and baat baat py ghussa and larai krna. And i also have a habit of testing loved ones for their love and care just like Jihaan did test haya. Apno ko tang krny ka maza hi alag hy islia Haya aur Jihan ak dosry ko bht tang krty thy. Haya's one dialogue Jahanum ma jao reminded of my best friend. This story is so close to my soul in all aspects. I really didnt even study my any test with that much attention with how much i attentively and get indulged in this story.
Haya suffered alot of pain and then she transformed in to completely different person. Jihaan also sufffered pain and hardships. But After all that good days came and they lived happily. My favorite characters: Haya DJ Jihaan The most adorable characters: Taya furqan Waleed Irum Hashim The best dialogues are Us larki ky nam jo kisi un chahy ristay ky jurny ky khoof sy roti hy tu kabi un chahy rishtay ky tootny ky khoof sy roti hy.
Ma jihaan Sikander suleman mamo ka bhanja aur dimaad aur Haya ka husband. Haya suleman bharay gul tum sy bht pyar krti hy. White rose with a letter written to my valentine Ap ka matlooba number is waqt so raha hy baray meherbani zara thori deir baad call krn.
Achi larkiya thaper bht acha marti hain tum mery hatho bht pito ge bharay gul. Bharay gul achi larkiya asay bahir nae nikalti hain. Bharay gul apni behan ki jasoos hy sab kuch usy batati hy is tang bhar larki sy tu ma nibtoo ga. Hot air balloon ride Abdul rehman ma tmhy pasand krti hun lkn ma tmhari dost ko pasand krta hun. Meri dost apny czn ko pasand krti hy aur wo bht handsome hy. Ak laraki sy ma ny wada kia tha ky jannat ky patay thamny walay kabi rusa nae hoty aur mjhy wo wada nibhana tha.
Dophar ma kabootron ko b khanay ka pochny ma harj tu nae hy. Wo Haya suleman hi kya jo aqal sy kam ly ly. Khaber daar agar meri biwi ky baray ak lafz b galat kaha tum ny irum.
Ruko mjhy bakery sy kuch pick krna hy kya tmhara ginger bread house mjhy py udhar hy ye tum ny tu nae banaya lkn paisay tu ma hi dy raha hun naa. Tum student ho ge us university and ma tmhara teacher aur tum sab sy zayada dant khanay wali student ho ge.
Nae is story ko swap kro ma teacher hun ge aur tum student aur tum sab sy zayada dant mjh sy khao gy deal done kro. Thrilling moments and sad moments: DJ dialogue i love is mera name khadija rana hy meri friends mjhy DJ kahti hain lkn tum srf mjhy khadija kaho ge.
Mera name haya suleman hy meri friends mjhy haya kahti hain lkn tum mjhy srf miss suleman kaho ge At some point i get bored and get confused and regret why did i chose it but when i read it further i really get lost in the story and all the characters.
This is really a cute loveable story of Haya and Jihaan. I really liked Jihaan and i want to be with someone like Jihaan. A great great story i have never ever written such a long long review before i want to write more but i have to finished this i read this novel all the time even i stayed awake for this just to finish it. Jihaan personality is almost similar to me so in this Jihaan is the best in each role major ahmed doli Abdul rehman pasha and major jihaan i liked his each and every character.
Jihaan you are just love and haya you are too.
This novel is really worth reading. I enjoyed it beyond my expectations.
At some point my friends were teasing me to gave me the spoilers but i said i ll kill you all if anyone give me spoilers. A highly recommended novel. Jihaan is best among all the novel characters i have read salaar hamayun fawad Abi and haider arfeen I just loved Jihaan personality coz i liked the army officers most.
So his personality is similar to the one with whom i want to be or whom i wished for. Oct 26, Ayesha rated it it was amazing Shelves: No fantasy or thrillers.
The topics discussed are family loyalty or a tragic love story. But jannat ke patty has a little bit of everyting. Although the plot resembles a motley of a lot of books. The protagonists actually had a conversation despite many urdu novels in which they only stare at each other with "kan akhiyon". Oct 01, Zaineb Anwar rated it it was amazing Shelves: An amazing and remarkably well-written book. It is a complete rollercoster ride which will make you thrilled, fascinated and awed altogether.
A story of courage, reality, struggle and faith. Be prepared for an episode of emotional turmoil that will definitely put you in a bucket of tears,but i assure you that you will never regret it. May 12, Samreen rated it did not like it Shelves: View all 5 comments.
Dec 30, Sadiya rated it it was amazing. This book is on my top 5 favorite list. Oct 27, Zoha rated it it was amazing Shelves: I read this book before I was on goodreads so didn't have a chance to write a review but as this novel is my most favorite of urdu literature so I guess I should express my love for it First of all, thank you Nemrah for writing something different.
Your always write out of the circle of typical urdu literature and that is what I like about you. There is no doubt that your writing style is inspired by modern English literature but I have no problem with that in fact this is what I love most I read this book before I was on goodreads so didn't have a chance to write a review but as this novel is my most favorite of urdu literature so I guess I should express my love for it There is no doubt that your writing style is inspired by modern English literature but I have no problem with that in fact this is what I love most about your books This novel is everything I want in a good novel.
Romance, friendship,mystery, adventure, crime, cousins drama, patriotism, religion, and norms of our society. I love the protagonists of this novel Haya and Jahan both have special place in my heart. I loved the character of DJ and Sabeen. Though I always doubted Ayeshy's intentions but eventually loved her. The ending was perfect. View all 11 comments. Sep 29, Moneeza Rafiq rated it it was ok Shelves: While I liked the book overall, there were moments where it bored me and I skipped lines to finish quickly.
The novel is well-written, the plot has been sketched out beautifully though it became a bit convoluted at one point for me to follow smoothly. I understand that the title of the novel dictates that the story is about Haya's journey from a bad girl who never covers her head and dresses provocatively enough to catch every male's eye, to a good girl 'achi larki' who is a hijabi girl.
However While I liked the book overall, there were moments where it bored me and I skipped lines to finish quickly. However, the novel becomes too preachy at one point and it felt rather sexist to continue a page narrative on that age old good girl vs. No one calls Waleed 'behaya' shameless when he snatches Haya's scarf and tries to rape her early in the novel. The same religion which dictates dress code and proper behavior for Muslim women around other males also dictates how men should behave modestly and respectfully around women.
The novel tries to show us that every bad thing that happened to Haya before her hijab was her fault, because she always dressed provocatively and got herself in trouble with other men and invited the displeasure of family members. The novel tried to be feminist by showing us how strong and independent Haya becomes at the end of the novel, which is great, but reinforces the idea that girls who don't cover up properly and have secret boyfriends are behaya while the boys go scot free no matter what they do.
Also, is nikah between children even legal anywhere in the world? I thought that both Islamic Law and Pakistani Law demanded that the girl and boy in age should be mature in both physical and mental sense. In addition, Pakistani Law demands that the girl should be at least 16 and the boy So how is it that Haya wasn't even a year old when she was married off to Jihan? I found myself reading the novel through this veil of incredulity. I just can't bring myself to treat nikah between children of less than a year and an 8-year-old as valid and legal.
Jul 18, Momna rated it it was amazing. I read this story extremely late even though I am usually up to date with these things. I thoroughly enjoyed myself however I would be a hypocrite to say that I didn't think of Umera Ahmed while reading this which is really unfair to Nimra. Just because they have some common elements in their writing style does not mean she is trying to COPY Umerah. She still has room to grow but she has put out some amazing pieces.
Even if she was trying to copy Umera, there is nothing wrong with that as Umera I read this story extremely late even though I am usually up to date with these things. Even if she was trying to copy Umera, there is nothing wrong with that as Umera is a very prolific writer and taking inspiration from some one is not bad. Overall, this was an excellent story and I loved the character of Jahan but most characters including Jahan lacked some complexity.
Sep 13, Zainab Sheikh rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jannat Kay Pattay is unquestionably one of the most beautiful books ever. It has its flaws but I love the message it conveys and the way it reaches your heart and soul. Also, thank you so much for setting my expectations so high that I'll probably be waiting my whole life for a real version of Jihan Sikander.
Why is he fictional? Why isn't Jihan real? Jan 26, zain ul aabdin rated it liked it. Although there were some points i would like for readers to point out The original plot from: Aug 15, Alina Naz rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Every person on this planet who can read urdu.
This was my 5th urdu novel and I have got to say, it makes my "favourite novels" list and that's saying something. I absolutely loved it. Everything from start had a meaning in the end hey, reminds me of JK-R And the puzzle box and all the riddles, oooohhh loved that!
A bit of Dan Brown mojo. The characters were deep. There were some minor things that did bother me a bit. I do think that the novel was lengthie This was my 5th urdu novel and I have got to say, it makes my "favourite novels" list and that's saying something.
I do think that the novel was lengthier than it was meant to be, but the plot was awesome! Nimrah Ahmed-You are magical from one Potterhead to another-because you mentioned Harry potter four times in this novel. If I'd ever thought that reading it twice would be good, I never expected it to be this good. The 2nd Time around, when I was well aware of the little "Secrets" of Mr. Chihan; for me to enjoy this much is something. I am so glad to have come across Nemrah Ahmed's writings two years ago.
Aug 07, Sehar Naveed rated it did not like it. What a wastage of time! I have heard so many good things about this novel but it was such a bakwass story with so many loopholes that I was literally irritated. I take Hijab as well but the way it portrays the judgemental views of main protagonist is pathetic really and far too away from Islam.
I was literally irritated by 'achi larkiyan'. At one point I started thinking why didn't the writer made Haya as Jehaan. The story w What a wastage of time! The story was all over the place and was not realistic a bit!! I have read 'A Case of Exploding Mangoes' by Hanif Muhammed and feel that it was master piece as compared to this novel.
I am comparing both novels because the main protagonists of both stories had the army background with their fathers being labelled as traitors. But since Hanif Muhammed was himself in Airforce and have seen that life so I found his approach more realistic, relatable and believable. Nimra Ahmed was trying to offer too much but made a khichri out of it Won't recommend it to even enemy!! Nov 06, Hina Tabassum rated it it was ok. Not something I'd recommend to anyone.
Yes, there were a few moments that were cute and made me smile but that still doesn't counter the absurdities that I read in this novel. What was the author even thinking? I can debate so many points from this book. Cihan was many things but he wasn't a hypocrite and Haya may not be many things but she is a moron.
All is well and good but I'd like to know the author's stance on fidelity because this topic is in focus in this book and treated so very light Nope. All is well and good but I'd like to know the author's stance on fidelity because this topic is in focus in this book and treated so very lightly.
While religion is a personal thing for every individual, being loyal or not affects the other person in the equation as well! It's high time people realised that. Patriarchy is evident in this book that nobody cares that the hero continues humiliating the heroine as it is covered in pulling her leg but I strongly disagree. It was not joking when it hurt to the depths of her soul! However much of a moron she be, nobody deserves to be humiliated!
It us not just the tale of two people.. I did not anticipate the twists at all.. I was just i an incredible book with all the necessary juices that require a book to be a hit. I was just irritated with this guy. Nov 12, Bookish rated it it was amazing. Irrespective of whatever anyone says, this book will always remain the closest one to my heart. It changed my idea about life, my take and approach towards everything. I'm not going to compare her with Umera Ahmed or any other writer to kill her individuality.
With this book, Nimra has set a high standard for her own self even. Sep 17, MeeJazz Frincy rated it it was amazing. I don't have words to describe but this novel has a special place in my heart I would recommend this outstanding book to everyone! Oct 19, AK rated it it was amazing. Its an awesome book!! One of the best I ever read. Jan 16, Laiba Ehsan rated it did not like it.
Oh boy, here it goes To be honest, this book was too much to digest. First of all this writer is smitten with Turkey in every way, and it is more than obvious. Basically, our writer Nimra Ahmed wanted to include everything cheesy and romantic in this obnoxious storyline, but she also wanted to do it the 'halal' way, get it?
So what did she do? This book also has the most typical villain called Waleed who tries to force himself on the beautiful heroine before she is saved by the hero because this is what every villain does. Every Villain is supposed to be a rapist.
He has no other motives. And every hero is an angel who will walk out of a 4th dimension to save the pretty lady, no matter where she is. Nimra Ahmed made Haya go through a 'spiritual reform' without having any spirituality induced in her personality. This made me cent percent sure that the writer has absolutely no clue about what a spiritual change is. Keeping the idea of spirituality in mind, Haya's transformation looked fake and forced.
Plot was so unrealistic that it made me feel a bit better about Dan Brown's books. The way hero was shown playing three characters of Dolly, Major and Pasha simultaneoulsy cracked my common sense. The way those riddles were solved that led to the final answer for opening the box was stupid. I am feeling sorry to type this but Nimra Ahmed used Islam as a tool to rope in the Pakistani naive audience who have a soft corner for the amalgam of religion and romance.
Words of wisdom penned by Ashfaq Ahmed sound so genuine that they really make you think and reflect. A piece of humour written by Anwar Maqsood not only makes you laugh, but it also makes you feel like 'Damn! He is right. But with Nimra Ahmed, every dialogue in this novel sounded like a forced philosophy. Sad reality is that, many young girls don't even bother reading quality writers, and get enchanted by such unrealistic fantasies, which teach them nothing about the 'real' life and thus it contributes nothing to the development of their minds, except that they get lost in the idea of a handsome hunk who will save them from every adversity and difficulty no matter what the situation is.
There was also a circus in the end where Waleed walked in with Haya's video to show it to everybody in the house, and Haya was frozen with fear. Irum was enjoying this whole scene like a vamp but when our superhuman hero played it, it turned out to be the pictures of meesni Irum and Waleed with the Shiela ki Jawani song playing in the background while the pictures changed like MS PowerPoint slides.
Thanks to our beloved Superhuman hero who saved our heroine once again by quickly replacing the content of that video with his own edited version.
This whole scene looked like it was ripped off Star Plus. The only thing missing was a dhooom tana nananana sound coming out of the pages. D Here it goes: Uss kay saath laal rang ki heel aur laal lipstick. Aur khulay lambay kaalay baal. She wore such fraaaaks in Turkey while she was in the University campus And not to forget that she danced on a raunchy song called Shiela ki Jawani infront of her conservative family members. D This was beyond tacky.
This whole book read like a romantic movie script with religion added to it like a garnish. Now that I have vented it out of my system, I can rest. Oct 25, Marya rated it it was ok. I am not a fan of Nemrah Ahmed. I only liked her one novel and that was Karakoram k Tajmahal. It was brilliant. As far as others are concerned, did not like them much. The story of Muhsaf was ok but message was v good. As far as this one is concerned, it is over fantasized and is so prolonged.
Religious theme aside, I feel like im reading a mixture of English novels compiled together from various sections. Too long and some parts require skipping n it did not even effect the story line. Usually I am not a fan of Nemrah Ahmed. Usually her novels seem to be inspired by English classics and spy thrillers, some tits here some there. Been English Literature student all my life, I can feel that tone. However, most of the readers who do not have such background, can not reach to this aspect.
Namal is a straight forward English translation of so many common Eng novels. She adds up various Quranic riddles and themes to make it look local n desi.
Anyways, I am not a fan of hers and its a true critic. One can read to pass a time n get some religious know how in a light hearted manner. Simple words and all. But, noone can write like Umera Ahmed. I feel they all inspired by her , when she started writing on Religious tones. Jan 20, Camille Kent rated it it was amazing. This book is one of my most favorites one.
I love how the story continues smoothly with all those mysterious people making us wonder why in the world all these people are following Haya making her This book is one of my most favorites one. Lets Discuss Books 6 37 Sep 02, Readers Also Enjoyed. About Nemrah Ahmed. Nemrah Ahmed. Books by Nemrah Ahmed. Trivia About Jannat Kay Pattay No trivia or quizzes yet. Add to Wishlist. In the recent years, when we are seeing much religion-related stuff in print and electronic media, whenever a protagonist is portrayed with strokes of Deen, writer is most of the times not always hung between story and religion, and as a result, one or more aspects of religious sanctions are ignored.
Forget the others, even my previous heroines were not the perfect Islamic girls, and no one can be perfect. We are portraying humans, not angels, and we are portraying Pakistani girls and if they are not perfect, we have to write about imperfect ones.
Or else people cannot relate to them. But there are some girls, some because they are very few in millions , who at least try to adopt Hijaab completely. Not in parts. Not in bits and pieces. But as a whole. They will wear it with every non-mehram, even try their best on their wedding, and other functions to cover themselves up.
And then these girls have their stories. Happy stories.
And painful stories. Just like a non-doctor cannot understand the troubles of a medical student, non-hijaabis can never understand those of hijaabi girls. Something every hijaabi girl can relate with.
And JKP was not about Haya only. It was about Ayeshe too A non-niqaabi, only-hijaabi girl , about DJ too a non-hijaabi, non-niqaabi girl and the message I tried to convey is that its about time Hijaabi girls should stop taking non-hijaabi ones as Kaafir, idiots and bad girls, and non-hijaabi girls should start showing some respect for the hijaab.
This mutual tolerance can only help us become a better Muslim and a better human being. A message I always give: All Nimra Ahmed Novels List 1. Namal Full Novel 2. Ahmaq Tamashai by Nimra Ahmed 3. Apni ungli by Nimra Ahmed 4.