Three years have passed since the famous Urdu novelist and novelist Bano Qudsia lost his loved ones.
Bano Qudsia was born on 28 November 1928 in a landowner in Ferozepur district of eastern Punjab.
He graduated in mathematics and economics from the Kinnaird College for Women Lahore. She received his MA degree in 1951 from Government College Lahore.
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Banu Qudsia also wrote many plays for radio and television in Urdu and Punjabi languages. One of his plays ‘Half Baat’ has a classic status.
The legendary collections of Banu Qudsia include names notable, echoes, immortal bells, handbags, luggage, attention seeking, fireworks and nothing else.
His novel Raja Gadh is considered to be one of the major Urdu language novels. While other books include One Day, City Lazal, Parva, Wax Streets, Chahar Chaman,. Second Door, Migrant Diaries and Their Autobiography. ۔
Banu Qudsia has also authored several memorable drama serials and drama series for television.
Banuapa died on February 4, 2017 at the age of 88 due to diabetes and heart disease but his services for literature will always be remembered.