- Urdu Novels Peer e Kamil Novel By Umaira Ahmed
Saturday, October 18, 2014 Muhammad Iqbal Urdu Novels,
Peer-e-Kamil significance The Perfect Mentor, is a fiction novel created by Pakistani essayist Umera Ahmad. It was initially distributed in Urdu in 2004 and later in English in 2011. The book manages the defining moments in mediating lives of two individuals: a runaway young lady named Imama Hashim; and a kid named Salar Sikander having an IQ level over 150. The story compasses a period time of around ten years. It is Ahmad's most famous work.the story's hero, Imama Hashim, fits in with a powerful Ahmadiyya family living in Islamabad. She chooses to change over to Sunni Islam in the wake of being impacted by her companions. She goes to her senior shabiha's addresses in mystery from her family and her flat mates, Javeria and Rabia. While concentrating on in a medicinal school in Lahore, she experiences passionate feelings for her companion Zainab's senior sibling specialist Jalal Ansar. Be that as it may Imama's family tries to force her to wed her first cousin Asjad, which is unsuitable to her as she can not wed a non-Muslim. In the result, her guardians react by securing her up the house and taking without end her mobile phone. Imama looks for assistance from Salar whom she is adversarial with since she is a religious young lady and Salar is most certainly not. He is a rich kid with an IQ level over 150. Imama wishes to wed Jalal, however Salar misleads her that Jalal has hitched another person. Imama is disheartened and asks Salar to wed her so her family won't have the capacity to constrain her. Salar helps her and weds however not long after loses contact with her.