Zaher E Muhabbat By Sadaf Adnan

Zaher E Muhabbat By Sadaf Adnan
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ناول ہی ناول میں ہر نئے پرانے لکھاری کی پہچان، ان کی اپنی تحریر کردہ ناول “زہر محبت” جس کے لکھاری “صدف عدنان” ہیں۔ ناول ہی ناول ادب والوں کی پہچان ہے۔ “صدف عدنان” کا ناول “زہر محبت” کا پی ڈی ایف ڈاؤن لوڈ کریں

ناول ہی ناول میں ہر تحریر رائٹرز کی اجازت سے پبلش ہوئی ہے۔

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