Jasoosi Duniya Novels by Ibne Safi جاسوسی دنیا ناولز از ابن صفی (The Frightening Man) by Ibne Safi (Same as of Imran Series No). Free download or read online the 6th segment of Jasoosi Dunya "Jasoosi Dunya Jild 6" and enjoy another novel of Faridi Series by Ibne Safi. Jasoosi Dunya by Ibn e safi, List of jasoosi dunya by Ibn e safi,جاسوسی دُنیا از ابنِ The series mainly spotlights Inspector (later Colonel) Faridi and Sergeant.
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His father's name was Safiullah and mother's name was Naziran Bibi. In , he started his first job at 'Nikhat Publications' as an Editor in the poetry department. His initial works date back to the early s, when he wrote from India. After the partition of Indian and Pakistan in , he began writing novels in the early s while working as a secondary school teacher and continuing part-time studies. After completing the latter, having attracted official attention as being subversive in the independence and postindependence period, he migrated to Karachi, Pakistan in August He started his own company by the name 'Israr Publications'.
He married to Ume Salma Khatoon in Between - he suffered an episode of severe depression, but recovered, and returned with a best-selling Imran Series novel, Dairrh Matwaalay One and a half amused. In fact, he wrote 36 novels of 'Jasoosi Duniya' and 79 novels of 'Imran Series' after his recovery from depression.
In the s, he informally advised the Inter-Services Intelligence of Pakistan on methods of detection. He died of pancreatic cancer on July 26, in Karachi, which was coincidentally his 52nd birthday.
He is survived by his son Omar Al-boukharey. He was born on 26th April in the year and he left this world on 26th July in the year His name is not a name of a person due to his works and his achievements so he can be described as a period.
His writings are not only alive but due to its fragrance and smell it was achieved with great position and status in the Urdu literature throughout the world. He belongs to detective novel writers of the 20th century. His real name was Asrarul Ahmed and he was born in Narva village in U. In India and his father's name was Safi Allah. He studied in the Aligarh Muslim university and he was obtained B.
Degree from there. He also wrote some articles with the following names. Asrar Narvi. Ibne Safi's prose work can be classified into two categories: Ibn-e-Safi started writing poetry in his childhood and soon earned critical acclaim in the whole South-Asian community.
After completing his Bachelor of Arts, he started writing short stories, humour and satire under various names such as "Siniki Cynic Soldier" and "Tughral Farghan. His early works in the s included short stories, humour and satire. According to one of his autobiographical essays, someone in a literary meeting claimed that Urdu literature had little scope for anything but sexual themes. To challenge this notion, Ibn-e-Safi began writing detective stories in January in the monthly Nikhat, naming the series Jasoosi Dunya.
Ibne Safi's novels characterized by a blend of adventure, suspense, violence, romance and comedy achieved massive popularity by a broad readership. So strong was the Ibne Safi's impact of the Urdu literary scene that his novels were translated into several regional languages. It was not unusual for Safi's books to be sold at black market prices in Pakistan and India, where they were originally published every month.
The settings in Ibne Safi's novels are such that the reader is never told the national origin of the heroes. Since Jasoosi Duniya was created before the partition of the subcontinent, the names of the characters and their locales suggest that the novel takes place in India. The advent of the Imran Series came post-independence, and the reader is set up to assume that the narrative is situated in Pakistan.
Considering that Ibne Safi never left the Indian Subcontinent, the detailed descriptions he provides of the diverse localities are surprisingly accurate. Many a times, Ibne Safi created fictitious settings for his stories. The magical web of his writing is so captivating that these fantasy lands have become reality in the minds of readers.
Avid fans of the author are experts on the people and cultures of Shakraal, Karaghaal, Maqlaaq, Zeroland, and many other imaginary domains. In cities around India and Pakistan, one can find discothques, bars, night clubs, and hotels named after venues found in Ibne Safi's novels.
Some places worth mentioning are: Where had you been? In these adventures, Ibne Safi takes the reader to various fictitious, exotic lands of his own imagination.
The film did not get the publicity and fame which it deserved, and remains mostly forgotten. However, it remained incomplete due to his illness.
In , Blaft Publications in association with Tranquebar released four more novels, this time from the Jasusi Duniya series, translated by the highly acclaimed Urdu critic Shamsur Rahman Faruqi. Quotes from Ibn-e-Safi's books In Urdu script: Why should man ever become serious when he knows full well that one day he will be buried along with his seriousness?
Black Picture In Urdu script: Life is only action and reaction. The rationalizations are added later. In Urdu script: Regretting stupidity is the biggest stupidity of them all. In English translated from Urdu By Dr. Ahmad Safi, son of Ibne Safi: Why is it that an ordinary clerk has to pass the examination for clerkship, a police constable has to go through training as a recruit before he could be commissioned and on the other hand vegetableselling middlemen, good-for-nothing feudals and imbecile merchants go sit in the Assemblies directly and start legislating and some even become members of the cabinet Jungle Ki Sheriyat.
I know that crimes committed by governments are not called crimes but diplomacy. A crime is only that which is committed in an individual capacity. Jonk Ki Wapsi. Nuclear and Hydrogen Bomb experiments were beyond their comprehension. They could not figure out why a person is incarcerated in a mental asylum when he turns mad and why when a nation turns mad, we start calling it a Power Anokhay Raqas. Jasoosi Dunya: Most of the English translations of Urdu poetry and titles are literal and do not capture the true essence of the language.
Some meaning is definitely lost in translation. Ibn-e-Safi was also a poet. He used to write poems under the pen name of "Asrar Narvi". Urdu for Some affiliation Aaj ki raat Urdu for Tonight Baday ghazab ka Urdu for Of much might Yun hi wabastagi Urdu for Casual connection Lab-o-rukhsar-o-jabeen Urdu for Lips and Cheeks and forehead Rah-e-talab mein kaun kisi ka Urdu for In the path of demands, no one recognizes anyone Kuch bhi to apne paas nahin Urdu for Do not have anything Aay nigaraan-e-khoobroo Urdu for O gorgeous sculptures Kabhi sawab ki hain Urdu for Sometimes, of virtuousness Kabhi qatil Urdu for Sometimes killer Qafas ki daastaan hai Urdu for It is the tale of imprisonment Death Ibne Safi died at the midnight of July 25, at 5.
He was buried in the Paposhnagar graveyard on July 26, The funeral was attended by a large number of citizens, admirers, journalists etc. The details of his last moments are mentioned in an article named board in Safi. He did not follow any style of the other writers, but he tried his own smooth style in Urdu literature. He was perfect in developing characters. There was a tremendous attraction in his characters and for this reason these characters will be always remembered in the minds of the book readers of Ibne Safi.
Great writers like Ibne Safi are very rare in the Urdu literature. Great detective books of Terath Ram Ferozipuri were available during his period which were translated from English books. Ibne Safi was also translated seven books and but his other books have been written by him on his own plots of stories and many of his books are famous and very popular among its readers.
One of his famous book in Urdu and Hindi is Dedh Mutwale which was written by him upon his recovery from his serious illness for a period of three long years and the above book was released in the year and in the month of October by the late Prime Minister of India Mr. Lall Bahadur Shastri and as this was special publication so there was a great demand and popularity of the above book and so many editions were reprinted and in this book Ibne Safis famous character Petlonerva who was known as Kubda was killed by himself by swallowing a poison pill upon his arrest by Imrans detective force.
The popularity of the books is understood from the fact that many thousand people used to visit the book stalls for waiting new books of Ibne Safi before its publication in the market. Altogether Ibne Safi was written detective novels under Faridi series and detective novels under Imran series. The main characters of books are as follows. Colonel Faridi. Sargent Hameed. Uncle Sung. Asif 9. Captain Fayayaz. In his all books he has shown the upper hand of the law and order and discouraged the crime and criminals.
In his books in the stories and. In his one book one funny matter was reported which is as follows. In his novel there is one character with name of Qaism who is a member of a wealthy industrial family and who is very fat and healthy too much and he is very un-wise and dull.
Once he was playing cricket in his compound of the bungalow with his servant. The servant was bowling and Qasim was on the batting pitch. On one ball Qasim cut a powerful shot and the ball went out of the building so the servant went outside to collect the ball and during this time Qasim has completed runs by running in between batting and bowling pitch as there was too much delay to search and to find the missing ball in the outside area.
There is description of interesting conversation between Qasim and Hameed is recorded in the books in the very funny style by Ibne Safi. Colonel Faridi and Sargent Hameeds relation details are available in the books in their interesting conversation between themselves. The Colonel Faridi acts as a sincere elder brother of Sargent Hameed and Hameeds behaviour with him as naughty and mischievous younger brother.
In Imran series Imran acts as a chief detective boss of the team. He was the son of the Director General Rahman and he is very intelligent and wise and very fast in his movements and activities and he is perfect in all knowledges and tehnical information as he was completed his study of doctorate in the science of criminology in London but by his outlook appearance he is not looked what actually he is and so for this reason the people who see him and upon watching his activity think him unwise and un-important person and due to such situation he will use to complete many hard tasks and many detective cases for which his father Director General Rahman and Captain Faiyaz were helpless to solve.
Imran works an an independent boss of the his secret intelligence team under the supervision of Foreign Secretary Sir Sultan with some special powers and authority and in his team nobody know that he is the boss of the team and as all other team members and his lady secretary Julia think him as a team member only.
In Imran series his secretary Julia and other female characters not only love him very much but he never considered all such emotions due to his nature and as well as his hard task of the professional work.
The speciality of books of Ibne Safi is as follows. Style of the description. Best scenery of the events. Special characters and their roles. For the above reasons these things will remain in the reader's mind with them for forever and never remove from there. When Ali Abbas Hussaini was started the publication of the monthly magazine of Nikhat and Jasosi Duniya from Allahabad and in these magazines Ibne Safi was contributed his novels and he was became one of the popular writers of this publication group and Ibne Safi was presented this group many of his memorable books of science and fiction with real facts and figures.