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sonia n’s last login was Monday, July 29, 2013.
It wasn’t a personal email that you sent me to which I was responding. It was one of your posts in the Shelfari Group Admins of which I'm a member. Shelfari notifies me of all of the postings in Groups to which I belong. So when I received your post I checked your Bookshelf. I frequently contact Shelfari members whom I think might be interested in my new novel HYPERSPACE, so they can have an opportunity to explore its blogsite. I’m re-sending the HYPERSPACE urls, because from past experience I know that the full message might not have made it completely through in the Friendship Request box:
or, if you have trouble gaining access,
www.hyperspacethenovel.com (Click “Hyperspace Blog” on the right of the screen.)
Also, if you know any newly published writers, or just people working on new writing with the intention of publishing, please direct them to the Shelfari Group: NOVAE SENTENTIAE. All Shelfari members can join, but it is a place where new writers can display their newly created art!
Anyway, thanks for your response and stay in touch!
I'm sorry for not adding my suggestion to the group post that you opened for that purpose. I got really busy with something and dint visit here for some time. I'm still glad and thankful that you included it among the suggestions.
Keep the spirit alive! =)
i m very very sorry for late reply..well i happend to busy in my studies..
i really apperciate your effort about urdu litrature..
well as a reader i really like to vote first two of your recommended books.. it is indeed really difficult to vote one of them..
but as we ve a famly terms with Ashfaq Ahmad and Bano Qudsiya si would go for Ashfaq Ahmad..
it is indeed my susti n kaahli that i was not visiting shelfari but now i love 2 visit it every day..
paiwast reh shjar sy umeed e bahar rakh
It's a brilliant idea Sonia. Just like you, I havent been around Shellfari in a long time. Just like the group, Urdu titles have been missing from my own reading list too. The last time I read an Urdu book and loved it was around a year ago. The book was wonderful and would be a great read for any interested in language or spiritual reading or personality based novels. It's called "Dasht-e-Soos" by Jamila Hashmi. I'd suggest that in the thread that you are going to initiate. Also, I'd get new ideas about what to read and have motivation to do that soon... and what does a book-lover want when they want to find that love back! =)
Thank you for this initiative. I hope we can keep it going!
wa alaikum Salam,
I m very much offended....is there any rule anywhere that strangers cannot b added?????
hahahah////.....I m kidding.....its ok....how is ur preparation for ramadan?
Is that a Masjid in your pic??
have a nice time full of Satisfaction of Allah Ta'ala
AOA Thanks for your prompt reply. In fact Archeological Research is a very scientific and systematic process and especially when you have not formal education on the subject it takes strenuous effort to make some advancement or real achievement. But as a beginner we will be limited to study research most of the times. But some times it becomes extremely important to go into fieldwork, visits of actual sites. Many archeological sites in the Northern areas of Pakistan are still to be discovered and even in central Punjab and Sindh, there are many areas which can be touch first. There are number of archeological monuments in Pakistan which are historically still controversial. So if you want to contribute your some time for this, it will be very valuable for us. If you know some people who are interested in such kind of activities, and if they want to participate, please inform. Best Regards, Hassan.
Sorry for late reply, I am very amazed to know your interest in archeology. You have provided detailed information about the Asif Jah Tomb. You have very rightly pointed out that archeological monuments and historical sites are badly neglected in Pakistan which is the birthplace of great ancient civilization like Indus Valley and Gandhara. I have been a very keen lover of archeology and ecological sites in Pakistan. Anthropology is also a subject of my interest. I have traveled very extensively throughout all Pakistan to witness these great heritage. I have been also conducting a research on Kafar Kalsh Tribe living in three valleys near Chitral.
I have been planning to found a research society with the name of Asian Folklore & Archaeological Research Society (AFKAR). We can start work with our available resources and at least we can create awareness among the people of our country for safeguarding their own cultural and archaeological heritage. There is still a lot to discover in the land of Pakistan. If you are also interested for the cause please tell, we need people like you to go forward for this cause. If you are interested and you have some time to spare for this cause, please send your consent direct on email@example.com and also through this forum. Hope to hear from you soon. HASSAN