List of Nimra Ahmed Novels and Her Biography you will Love to Read: Pakistani Novelist

Suppose you are a novel reader interested in reading Urdu novels. In that case, this article will reveal information about the famous Urdu novelist of Pakistan, Nimra Ahmed. Urdu novels are trendy in Pakistan, especially among women readers. Urdu Novels consist of reading material of interest like romantic discussions, terror, connecting past and future, comedy, and other interesting facts.

Nimra Ahmed is the legendary author who penned these outstanding works of Urdu Literature. Novel readers enjoy her novels for various reasons, and her writings are most popular among women. They reference the purest expressions of love, spirituality, and the Quran.

Nimra Ahmed is an accomplished Urdu author and a Master’s degree holder in English Literature. At 22, she obtained her Master’s degree and began writing full-time. Nimra’s success in establishing her name in her profession resulted from her utmost motivation and commitment. She is one of the most well-known contemporary Urdu authors.

She published her first novel in a very popular digest in Pakistan, i.e., Khwateen Digest. The first of Nimra’s well-known novels is Meray Khwaab Meray Jugnoo, if we are to speak of them. After the triumph of her first novel, she wrote the biography of a cricketer, Sans Saakin Thi. It was followed by Pahari Kay Qaidi, and then she wrote Karakoram Ka Taj Mahal, a love narrative between two Pakistani and Turkish mountaineers.

The primary purpose of this article is to provide you with a list of the most famous novels written by Nimra Ahmed.

List the most famous and popular Novels written by Nimra Ahmed.

Jannat Kay Pattay -جنت کے پتے 2012
Pahari Ka Qaidi پہاڑی کا قیدی
Mushaf Novel
Sans Sakin Thi / سانس ساکن تھی
Apni Ungli
Beli Rajputan Ki Malika
Woh Mera Hai وہ میرا ہے
Haalim written in 2016

Karakoram Ka Taj Mahal
Mehr Un Nissa
Meray Khwaab Meray Jugnoo / میرے خواب میرے جگنو

Namal By Nimra Ahmed Urdu Novel [Hardcover] [Jan 01, 2017] Nimra Ahmed Hardcover

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