Author: Umera Ahmed
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Man-o-Salwa (Urdu: من و سلویٰ) is a famous Urdu novel written by the famous Pakistani writer Umera Ahmed. It is a long Urdu fiction story baes on reality. It was published in episodic form in Khawateen Digest November 2006-November 2007.
About the Author:
Umera Ahmed (Urdu: عمیرہ احمد) is one of the most widely-read and popular Urdu fiction novelist and screenplay writer of this era. She has written about 16 books, comprising of complete novels and compilations of short stories. However, it was her novel “Peer-e-Kaamil (S.A.W.W)” which became her identity.
Man-o-Salwa (English: Manna and Quail) revolves around the blessings and influence of ethics and morals on people’s lives. It is a story about the curses of poverty that lead to extreme kinds of materialism, how poverty defaces human emotions and turns blood relations into insecure parasites. Zainab, Shiraz, Karam Ali and Zarri are from extremely poor families and as they struggle to make both ends meet, they are caught in a never-ending conflict between their emotional relationships and their obligations.