Sukoon e Qalb By Sidra Jawad Continue Novel Epi No 22

Sukoon e Qalb By Sidra Jawad Continue Novel Epi No 22
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ناول ہی ناول پبلشرز کے زیرِ اہتمام سیزن فور میں ایک بار پھر نئے ناولوں کے ساتھ ہم حاضر ہوئے ہیں ، یہ ناول(سکونِ قلب از سدرہ جواد) جو ابھی آپ پڑھیں گے یہ بھی سیزن فور کا حصہ ہے ، یہ “ناول” ناول ہی ناول کی آفیشل ویب سائٹ کے علاوہ سُپر ریڈنگ میٹریل کی ویب سائٹ ، پاک پوسٹ پوائنٹ کی آفیشل ویب سائٹ اور ادب ولا کی ویب سائٹ پر پوسٹ ہوا کرے گا

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یہ قسط پڑھنے کے بعد کومینٹس کر کے اپنی رائے ضرور دئیجیے گا تا کہ آپ کی رائے رائٹرز تک پہنچائی جائے شکریہ آئیے اب اس ناول کی قسط نمبر بائیس پڑھتے ہیں

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