Pandat By Hamza Ali

Pandat By Hamza Ali
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ناول ہی ناول میں ہر نئے پرانے لکھاری کی پہچان، ان کی اپنی تحریر کردہ ناول “پنڈت” جس کے لکھاری “حمزہ” ہیں۔ ناول ہی ناول ادب والوں کی پہچان ہے۔ “حمزہ” کا ناول

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