Devta is a serialized fantasy thriller novel written in the Urdu language by Mohiuddin Nawab. It was published monthly for 33 years in the Pakistani magazine Suspense Digest from 1977 to 2010. Devta is the fictional autobiography of Farhad Ali Taimoor, a man who gained amazing telepathic powers.
The author Mohiuddin Nawab, a well-known social story writer of Pakistan, has written more than 500 stories, both short stories and novel-length, mostly published in Suspense Digest, a monthly magazine published in Karachi and available in Pakistan, India, and various parts of the world where Urdu is spoken.
It is a story starting with a teenage boy living in Shahdara town by outskirts of Lahore, Pakistan. The story has been written by Mohiud-din-Nawab under the pseudo name Farhad Ali Taimoor. The title of the story is given as “Devta” arising from the Hindi language which stands for “god” or earthly god by the Hindu religion. He is described as Devta because of his fictional and mind control powers gained through the Telepathy or the mind science. It is the fictional autobiography of Farhad Ali Taimoor, a man with amazing telepathic powers. He fights with the group of Super Master and underworld mafias other criminal mind people and groups in different stages and a battle rages moving from continents and islands and into government circles and private power broker’s homes. The story is a multiple of stories where Farhad is faced with opponents at every stage and in various forms. Farhad, in the beginning, starts as a novice but soon he is confronted by the American Spy Agency “Super Master” group. The Super Master is an underground powerful mega boss working for the American interests worldwide and he virtually controls the American military, civilian government, and financial top men. It is the top spy agency with a global network of crime, terror, intrigue, conspiracy, and drug control. The Super Master agency is the top-secret agency.