Title: Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan / میری ذات زرہ بے نشاں
Author: Umera Ahmed / عمیرہ احمد
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Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan (Urdu: میری ذات زرہ بے نشاں) is written by a Pakistani female writer Umera Ahmed. It was first published in Khawateen Digest.
About the Author:
Umera Ahmed 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.
Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan (English: My being, an Invisible Mote of Dust) is the story of a woman torn between faith, fidelity and forgiveness. Saba is married to Arfeen against the wishes of his parents. Being in love with Saba, Arfeen feels a strange and unfathomable tinge of spirituality in her. Despite the displeasure of his parents, they are happy and satisfied with their life. Overwhelmed by her hatred for Saba, Arfeen’s mother plans to get rid of her by maligning her character. What follows is a lifetime of struggle and tolerance for Saba during which her faith in God remains unshaken. False pride, cruelty and regret are the sub themes that add strong shades to this powerful story.