Peer-e-Kamil (English: The Perfect Mentor) is a story focusing on a devia Peer-e-Kamil was my second Urdu novel and first by Umaira Ahmed. Being one of. Peer e Kamil or Pir e Kamil meaning THE PERFECT MENTOR is a Pakistani urdu novel written by Umera Ahmed published in and later in English in Peer e kamil full urdu novel By Umera Ahmmad "پیرِکامل" is the title name of this Urdu famous Novel which means the Perfect Mentor. This Urdu novel is.
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Read Peer e Kamil book reviews & author details and more at ruthenpress.info Peer e Kamil (Urdu) Paperback – La Hasil (Novel) by Umera Ahmed. Pir-e-Kamil (or Peer-e-Kamil)(meaning The Perfect Mentor, is a novel written by Pakistani writer Umera Ahmad. It was first published in Urdu in and later in . Urdu Novel Peer e Kamil by Umaira Ahmad has been reviewed. The main theme is based on religion. Download the famous novel for free in pdf.
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This is the thing I like most about our global village era. Now about the book No ways. An emotional roller coaster that'll show you what does the right path sirat al mustaqeem mean and take you closer to the supreme power.
A must, must, must read for the sukoon of your heart and soul. After learning Urdu, it was my first Novel, which I read very slowly. I am not fond of religion but I can ignore it while reading. It was "Haqiqi Mizaz Romantic" story. Story was predictable but I just loved the way Auther presented it.
I'm just falling to see the main characters of the book No Spoilers in real life just for once. Just finished it yesterday night. But i'm still in the Book Hangover.
Unable to push out the last episodes out of my mind.. Thanx Umera Ahmed. You have added fuels to my "Urdu Ishq". Delivery before time and quality of book is really good. I had read already this novel Then i wanted to download this book I like this book can you also bring 'ab e Hayat'. Such a lovely story. This book is a thought cleaner. Return to Book Page. Peer-e-Kamil English: The Perfect Mentor is a story focusing on a deviational sect which violates the finality of our Prophet P.
H meanwhile, narrating a heart wrenching journey of two unhappy souls; Salaar Sikandar, a genius with an outstanding I. Q who has complicated queries about life and Imama Hashim, an ordinary girl with a stable family.
Both are poles apart i Peer-e-Kamil English: Both are poles apart in terms of spiritual awakening. It was published in Shuaa Digest from July to February Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages.
Published by Ferozsons first published July More Details Original Title. Peer-e-Kamil 1. Imama Hashim - A girl who converts to Muslim from Ahmadiyya. Islamabad Pakistan United States of America. Other Editions 6.
Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Why do people get so emotional after they read this book? Ayesha Fayyaz It grows seeds of hope in their hearts. They tend to believe that even if whole universe leave them, Allah will not.
Basit Khan you can read the book from here http: Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. What is next to esctacy? What is next to pain? Peer-e-Kamil is my most favourite and the first Umaira Ahmed's book that I read, following her other books. Salar was an obnoxious guy that I hated most. He gradually transformed into a good guy and the story of his transformation and "realization of self" is what Peer-e-Kamil is about.
Many people criticize about Salar's I. Please guys, when it comes to "the model of in What is next to esctacy? Please guys, when it comes to "the model of inspiration" as a modest man, we always exemplify the best. This is the book that changed my outlook on life.
The book that made me realized where I stand in other's lives. That its never about how pretty you are, how rich you are or how genius you are. The moment you disappear into shadows, people forget about you. The only thing matters is how good you are as a person, as a human being. How compassionate you are towards those others. How you can inspire and postively change lives of others.
How you can show them the right path.
How you can be the light guiding them when they are blinded by the negativity and arrogance. I would recommend every urdu reader to read this book. View all 12 comments. Mar 20, Tehniat rated it really liked it Shelves: One of my best reads.
View all 10 comments. Jul 24, Sana rated it it was amazing Shelves: Peer-e-Kamil was my second Urdu novel and first by Umaira Ahmed. Being one of the most popular Urdu novels to be ever written, Peer-e-Kamil is a journey from a bad extreme to a good extreme. And it is justified. Yes, it gets somewhat unbelievable to ponder over the changes in Salaar, the protagonist, but we know all the reasons.
That's the beauty of it all. Set against the backdrops of Islamabad, America, Paris and Lahore; Peer-e-Kamil tells the story of a boy blinded by his own misgivings about Peer-e-Kamil was my second Urdu novel and first by Umaira Ahmed.
Set against the backdrops of Islamabad, America, Paris and Lahore; Peer-e-Kamil tells the story of a boy blinded by his own misgivings about life. It is his journey into a man who is a complete opposite of the boy he was.
At first, the subtly persuasive personality of Umaima irritates and amuses Salaar. But as the time goes on, he cannot understand his obsession with her. All he did was spend a few hours with Umaima, but those few hours and the words that were exchanged between them, haunts him. They come into his mind when he least expects them to, making him question his way of living life. Ultimately, his thoughts force Salaar headfirst into depression and he finds nothing worth living for.
He tries to pray, but fails miserably. Being an extraordinary student, he has always been so far gone heady into the feeling of superiority that he is ever unable to decipher the meaning of 'Siratum Mustaqeem' or the right path. He doesn't know what the right path constitues and why it is for humans led astray. And of all the people he has ever met in life, he loathes the one who claims to be religious.
Those people are the worst because to him they just exaggerate everything about themselves to the hilt. Time goes on and Salaar finds himself changing. His transformation is complete during the late hours of the night when he is tied to a tree wearing only his Bermuda shorts.
There he truly understands the next levels of ecstasy, the thing that always eluded him. This scene reminded me of a somewhat similar scene from Brida by Paulo Coelho. Peer-e-Kamil is about following the path of righteousness.
It is about un-deterring faith in the face of every difficulty in life. It teaches a profound lesson about how to live and how our life will achieve a meaningful stage. It is about finding ourselves through our Creator.
Peer-e-Kamil is about the search for life itself. View all 9 comments. Oct 04, Hina rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Every Muslim. What is next to nothingness? This book, this story has touched me on so many levels, I am so overwhelmed with emotions right now. Only one word: Any success in this world and the next, it is only granted for the love of Prophet Mohammad Salalaho Alaihay Wasalam.
And beyond that there is nothing that a person requires. View all 5 comments. Aug 14, Abubakar Mehdi rated it did not like it. I bought this book with very high expectations, but I was bitterly disappointed. The story is entirely based on themes of dissatisfaction regarding ones life and religious belief.
Now, such a sensitive topic has extensively been discussed in literature, but this writer dealt it with most amateur manner. She adamantly resorted to humiliate a religious minority whose beliefs are much contradictory to the Islamic teachings and used most derogatory language against the spiritual leader of this par I bought this book with very high expectations, but I was bitterly disappointed.
She adamantly resorted to humiliate a religious minority whose beliefs are much contradictory to the Islamic teachings and used most derogatory language against the spiritual leader of this particular religious group.
This is highly undesirable. Other than that the story held no allure for me at all. The story too was very weak and rather predictable. Pick up any Urdu novel and you will find a spoiled, eccentric millionaire protagonist who is strayed and lost. Here, the girl jumps in, a little struggle and she makes a good man out him.
Lo and behold, a perfect recipe for a bestseller in Pakistan. Oh how I hate it A huge disappointment. View all 13 comments. Nov 02, Salman Tariq rated it did not like it. To be very honest I would say this is Shahid Afridi of novels most overated , which leaves your far away from the reality. Beside ineffective writing skills, paradoxes of writers own opinions leads you no where.
A Novel should be reflection of society or direction of society, above stated To be very honest I would say this is Shahid Afridi of novels most overated , which leaves your far away from the reality. A Novel should be reflection of society or direction of society, above stated novel has nothing except manipulation.
But its good for young readers to follow something atleast View all 23 comments. Oct 08, Fariha Zaidi rated it it was amazing. This is the best Urdu novel i have ever read I will remain thankful to my sister for the rest of mu life who recommended this EPIC novel in the first place.
This story has changed my vision about life and religion big time and i am thankful to the writer for that. There is nothing to stop him from doing anything. He is in constant search of the extreme limit of pain,in this regard he observes painful ways t This is the best Urdu novel i have ever read He is in constant search of the extreme limit of pain,in this regard he observes painful ways to commit suicide never really getting any success in that.
This whole new concept of religion and spirituality combined with love is what gives this novel a whole new dimension of Explicity. Once you start reading it you doin't wanna leave it. I am very sad to think that there is no english translation to this novel because this one piece of masterpiece needs to be shown to the world Once again a great service to Urdu literature by Umaira Ahmed View all 6 comments.
Jan 24, Aqsa rated it it was amazing Shelves: I wouldn't really recommend it to anyone who isn't a Muslim. You won't understand it or get the feels like a Muslim would.
In order to understand the book, you need to be able to understand the underlying beliefs of Islam and agree with them. I don't appreciate the fact that it spoke ill of Qadiani leaders so openly as speaking ill of others' religions only prompts them to speak ill of ours and I won't want that. I think we should talk good of our Religion to make people believe in it. Islam doesnt need to insult other religions and it doesn't.
Only knowing Idlam truly makes you forget the others. Now that I've said that, I'd say that as a Muslim I didn't feel offended by anything as such as I saw in some of the reviews. I loved it. I did felt like I had to push through the first chapter which was apparently a little confusing. After that there is nothing to bore you. I hated Salar but as the story proceeds, he becomes your ideal hero just without the past.
It was so emotional when his father found out about his school's name and when he found about Imama's letter. Usay laga vo such mai mar gya. Just awesome. Then Amna and Saeda Amma was fun. It was so much fun to see how she forgot her home.
I liked it when he came to talk to Amna but ended up saying: I so longed to know about Imama but that didn't came soon. It came at chapter 9.
I'm glad it had a good ending. It was expressed in a great way too. Just became my favourite book. View 2 comments. Feb 26, Sahrish Iftikhar rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book and story is very rich, very powerful and is definitely a very beautiful story that truly touched my heart and soul on so many levels, how and why, that I can't put in words.
It made me think of so many things and honestly there were times when it shook me from inside. It's filled with emotions, morals, lessons, bitter realities that we all fail to understand or even if we do we deny it and what not.
While I was reading it I just couldn't put it down and the moment I finished, I got lost in thoughts for hours. Everyone should read it once but with a clear mind and should try to understand the depth of the story. View all 3 comments. This is one fine piece of writing. Hats-off to Umera Ahmed for writing this. I simply love reading it in both languages.
I have read it many times and now I have added Hollow pusuits and The Perfect mentor pbuh on goodreads for those who can't read urdu. You can get these two novel in English as well. Have a goodread ;. View 1 comment. Nov 20, Zunairaafzal added it. I love this book more than anything Oct 17, Saadia B. Hustle, Bustle and Hurdles rated it really liked it.
As far as I can remember, this might be the first time I have read a full novel in Urdu and I must say it was really impressive.
Before this I have read quite a few short stories but nothing more than that. The story revolves around two characters, Sallar and Imama. Two extremely different personalities who come together in the end not by sheer coincidence but due to their destiny.
Imama had certain dreams for which she was working really hard, however her life changes completely when she starts As far as I can remember, this might be the first time I have read a full novel in Urdu and I must say it was really impressive. Imama had certain dreams for which she was working really hard, however her life changes completely when she starts to take interest in the religion of Islam.
On the other hand, Sallar achieves everything from academics to career to his marriage.
For him, Imama and her true believe in Islam is the source of it all, therefore according to him she is much more in control of her life than him. Though at times, the story is a bit too stretchy, hence I gave it four stars. Despite that, it was a powerful, captivating and an interesting narrative.
Oct 16, Fahad Nasir rated it it was amazing Shelves: Snapping back to reality used to be relatively easier, it's not anymore.
Have never cried this hard for a book, for any character, and yet I wish I could Several times I slapped wat "What is next to ecstasy? Several times I slapped water on my face to keep myself going. From one to page to another I flipped I wonder what magic had Miss Umera Ahmed laced within these words, that this story, this journey, kept me gripped like none other.
And nothingness do I feel right now.
I have only the second time in my life felt this way And a part of me wishes I stay engrossed within this forever. It's a delectable system.