Friday, 12 July 2019

Roshan Diyee By Farman Jaffri

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Urdu Afsana Novel Roshan Diyee By Farman Jaffri
Category Emotional story
Publisher Urdu Digest and Online Magazine
( Urdu asana, Urdu Short story, )

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This is a story of people who know the relationships.
The story of those who accepted one another in difficult times.
This is the story of those who know that they are the friends of friends.
This story is Fatima Zahra and Aamna Jafri,
who is new to new settlers in the area of Karachi in Gulshan-e- Hadid.
And then after being promoted, they both find a solution. And while passing,
the relationship between these two friendships reach the end.
Life is a joy that is going to be a hurricane in the past.
And then the good of their well-being, the time it takes,
the more slowly it becomes.

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Thursday, 11 July 2019

Main Tum aur Nano novel by Pari Vish

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Category romantic story
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Andaz khuwahish by Mazhar Shaikh

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martaba tu chahiye by Ana Ilyas

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romantic Urdu novel. Ana Ilyas is an emerging new writer.
Her martaba tu chahiye by Ana Ilyas is on a sensitive. topic.

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Darinda by Rana Ali

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Mera dil mera nahi by nasir hussain

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Wednesday, 10 July 2019

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The Sorrows of Young Werther
(German: Die urban center des Jungen Werthers) maybe a loosely autobiographical informal novel by Johann Wolfgang von dramatist, 1st printed in 1774.

A revised edition followed in 1787.
It was one among the foremost necessary novels within the Sturm und Drang amount in German literature,

and influenced the later Romantic movement.
Goethe, aged 24 at the time, finished Werther in five-and-a-half weeks of intensive writing in January–March 1774.
[1] The book's publication instantly placed the author among the foremost international literary celebrities and was among the simplest best-known of his works.[1][2] Towards the end of Goethe's life,

a personal visit to the city became an important stage in any young man's circuit of Europe

Plot summary
Most of The Sorrows of Young Werther is conferred as a group of letters written by Werther,

a young creative person of a sensitive and turned on temperament,

to his friend Wilhelm.
These offer associate degree intimate account of his keep within the fictional village of Wahlheim (based on Garbenheim,

near Wetzlar),[citation needed] whose peasants have enchanted him with their simple ways.

There he meets Charlotte, a beautiful young girl who takes care of her siblings after the death of their mother.

Werther falls in love with Charlotte despite knowing beforehand that she is engaged to a man named Albert, eleven years her senior.[3]
Despite the pain it causes him, Werther spends the next few months cultivating a close friendship with them both.
His, therefore, row eventually becomes so intolerable that he's forced to go away Wahlheim for the city,

where he makes the acquaintance of Fräulein von B.
He suffers nice embarrassment once he forgetfully visits an addict and unexpectedly needs to face there the weekly gathering of the complete blue set.

He is not tolerated and asked to leave since he is not a nobleman.
He then returns to Wahlheim, where he suffers still more than before,

partly because Charlotte and Albert are now married.
Every day becomes a torturing reminder that Charlotte can ne'er be ready to repay his love. She,

out of pity for her friend and respect for her husband,
decides that Werther should not visit her therefore ofttimes.

He visits her one final time, and that they area unit each overcome with feeling once he recites to her a passage of his own translation of Ossian.

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1905. Nicholson lived and traveled extensively in Indiana and it was a rich resource for his writing. The House of a Thousand Candles provides readers with the view of an outsider coming to Indiana. The book begins: Pickering's letter bringing news of my grandfather's death found me at Naples early in October. John Marshall Glenarm had died in June. He had left a will which gave me his property conditionally, Pickering wrote, and it was necessary for me to return immediately to qualify as legatee. It was the merest luck that the letter came to my hands at all, for it had been sent to Constantinople, in care of the consul-general instead of my banker there. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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Highly personal because the story was, Mary Godwin Wollstonecraft Shelley hoped that it might be revealed, apparently basic cognitive process that the characters and therefore the things were sufficiently disguised.

In May of 1820, she sent it to England by her friends, the Gisborne, with a request that her father would arrange for its publication.
But Mathilda, together with its rough draft entitled The Fields of Fancy, remained unpublished among the Shelley papers.
Although Mary's references to that in her letters and journal aroused some curiosity among students, it also remained unexamined until comparatively recently.

This seeming neglect was due partly to the circumstances attending the distribution of the family papers after the deaths of Sir Percy and Lady Shelley. One part of them went to the Bodleian Library to become a reserved collection which, by the terms of Lady Shelley's will, was opened to scholars only under definite restrictions. Another part went to Lady Shelley's niece and, in turn, to her heirs, who for a time did not make the manuscripts available for study. A third part went to Sir John Shelley-Rolls, the poet's grand-nephew, who released much important Shelley material, but not all the scattered manuscripts.
In this division, the two notebooks containing the finished draft of Mathilda and a portion of The Fields of Fancy went to Lord Abinger, the notebook containing the remainder
of the rough draft to the Bodleian Library, and some loose sheets containing additions and revisions to Sir John Shelley-Rolls. Happily, all the manuscripts are now accessible to scholars, and it is possible to publish the full text of Mathilda with such additions from The Fields of Fancy as are significant.[2]
The three notebooks are alike in format.[3] One of Lord Abinger's notebooks contains the first part of The Fields of Fancy, Chapter 1 through the beginning of Chapter 10, 116 pages. The concluding portion occupies the first fifty-four pages of the Bodleian notebook.
There is then a blank page, followed by three and a half pages, scored out, of what seems to be a variant of the end of Chapter 1 and
the beginning of Chapter 2. A revised and expanded version of the first part of Mathilda's narrative follows (Chapter 2 and the beginning of Chapter 3), with a break between the account of her girlhood in Scotland and the brief description of her father after his return.
Finally, there are four pages of a replacement gap, which was used in Mathilda.
This is an extremely rough draft: punctuation is largely confined to the dash, and there are many corrections and alterations. The Shelley-Rolls fragments, twenty-five sheets or slips of paper, usually represent additions to or revisions of The Fields of Fancy: many of them are numbered, and some are keyed into the manuscript in Lord Abinger's notebook. Most of the changes were incorporated in Mathilda.
The second Abinger notebook contains the complete and final draft of Mathilda, 226 pages.
It is, for the foremost half, a fair copy.
The text is punctuated and there are relatively few corrections, most of them, apparently the result of a final rereading, made to avoid the repetition of words. A few additions are written in the margins. On several pages, slips of paper containing evident revisions (quite possibly originally among the Shelley-Rolls fragments) have been pasted over the corresponding lines of the text. An occasional passage is scored out and some words and phrases are crossed out to make way for a revision.
Following page 216, four sheets containing the conclusion of the story are cut out of the notebook.
They seem the pages numbered 217 to 223, among the Shelley-Rolls fragments.
A revised version, pages 217 to 226, follows the cut.[4]
The mode of telling the story in the final draft differs radically from that in the rough draft.
In The Fields of Fancy Mathilda's history is about in a very fanciful framework.
The author is transported by the fairy opus to Heaven, where she listens to the discourse of Diotima and meets Mathilda.
Mathilda tells her story, that closes along with her death.
In the final draft this unrealistic and largely irrelevant framework is discarded: Mathilda, whose death is approaching, writes out for her friend Woodville the full details of her tragic history which she had never had the courage to tell him in person.
The title of the rough draft, The Fields of Fancy, and the setting and framework undoubtedly stem from Mary Wollstonecraft's unfinished tale, The Cave of Fancy, in which one of the souls confined in the center of the earth to purify themselves from the dross of their earthly existence tells to Segesta (who may be compared with Diotima) the story of her ill-fated love for a man whom she hopes to rejoin after her purgation is completed.[5]] Mary was completely familiar with her mother's works.
This title was, of course, abandoned when the framework was abandoned, and the name of the heroine was substituted.
Though it's value noticing that Madonna selected a reputation with an equivalent initial letter as her own, it was probably taken from Dante.
There are several references in the story to the cantos of the Purgatorio in which Mathilda appears.
Mathilda's father is rarely named, nor is Mathilda's surname given.
The name of the poet went through several changes: Welford, Lovel, Herbert, and finally Woodville.
The proof for geological dating Mathilda within the late summer and fall of 1819 comes part from the manuscript, partly from Mary's journal.
On the pages succeeding the portions of The Fields of Fancy in the Bodleian notebook are some of Shelley's drafts of verse and prose, including parts of Prometheus Unbound and of Epipsychidion, both in Italian, and of the preface to the latter in English, some prose fragments, and extended portions of the Defence of Poetry. Written from the other end of the book are the Ode to Naples and The Witch of Atlas. Since these all belong to the years 1819, 1820, and 1821, it is probable that Mary finished her rough draft sometime in 1819, and that when she had copied her story, Shelley took over the notebook.
Chapter one of Mathilda in Lord Abinger's notebook is headed, "Florence Nov.
9th. 1819." Since the complete of Mathilda's story takes place in the European nation and European country, the date should be that of the manuscript.
Mary was in Florence at that time.
These dates square measure supported by entries in Mary's journal that indicate that she began writing Mathilda, early in August, while the Shelleys were living in the Villa Valosano, near Leghorn.
On August 4, 1819, after a gap of two months from the time of her little son's death, she resumed her diary. Almost every day thereafter for a month she recorded, "Write," and by September 4, she was saying, "Copy." On September 12 she wrote, "Finish copying my Tale." The next entry to indicate literary activity is the one word, "write," on November 8.
On the twelfth, Percy Florence was born, and Mary did no more writing until March when she was working on Valperga.
It is probable, therefore, that Mary wrote and copied Mathilda between August 5 and September 12, 1819, that she did some revision on November 8 and finally dated the
manuscript November 9.
The subsequent history of the manuscript is recorded in letters and journals. When the Gisborne went to England on May 2, 1820, they took Mathilda with them; they read it on the journey and recorded their admiration of it in their journal.[6] They were to show it to Godwin and get his advice about publishing it. Although Medwin heard about the story when he was with the Shelleys in 1820[7] and Mary read it—perhaps from the rough draft—to Edward and Jane Williams in the summer of 1821,[8] this manuscript apparently stayed in Godwin's hands. He evidently did not share the Gisborne' enthusiasm: his approval was qualified. He thought highly of certain parts of it, less highly of others; and he regarded the subject as "disgusting and detestable," saying that the story would need a preface to prevent readers "from being tormented by the apprehension … of the fall of the heroine,"—that is, if it was ever published.[9] There is, however, no record of his having made any attempt to get it into print.
From January eighteen through June a pair of, 1822, Mary repeatedly asked Mrs.
Gisborne to retrieve the manuscript and have it copied for her, and Mrs. Gisborne invariably reported her failure to do so.
The last references to the story square measure once Shelley's death in Associate in Nursing unpublished journal entry and 2 of Mary's letters.
In her journal for Oct twenty-seven, 1822, she told of the solace for her misery she had once found in writing Mathilda.
In one letter to Mrs.
Gisborne, she compared the journey of herself and Jane to Pisa and sailor to urge news of Shelley and Williams thereto of Mathilda in search of her father,
"driving—(like Matilda), towards the sea to learn if we were to be forever doomed to misery."[10] And on May 6, 1823, she wrote, "Matilda foretells even many small circumstances most truly—and the whole of it is a monument of what now is."[11]
These facts not solely date the manuscript however conjointly show Mary's feeling of private involvement within the story.
In the events of 1818-1819, it is possible to find the basis for this morbid tale and consequently to assess its biographical significance.
On Sept twenty-four, 1818, the Shelleys' daughter, Clara Everina, barely a year old, died at Venice.
Mary and her children had gone from Bagni di Lucca to Este to join Shelley at Byron's villa. Clara was not well when they started, and she grew worse on the journey.
From Este Shelley and Madonna took her to the metropolis to consult a Dr., a trip which was beset with delays and difficulties.
She died almost as soon as they arrived.
According to Newman Ivey White,[12] Mary, in the unreasoning agony of her grief, blamed Shelley for the child's death and for a time felt toward him an extreme physical
the antagonism which subsided into apathy and spiritual alienation.
Mary's black moods created her troublesome to measure with, and Shelley himself fell into deep dejection.
He expressed his sense of their estrangement in some of the lyrics of 1818—"all my saddest poems." In one fragment of verse, for example, he lamented that Mary had left him "in this dreary world alone."

Thy form is here indeed—a lovely one—

But thou art fled, gone down the dreary road,

That leads to Sorrow's most obscure abode.

Thou sittest on the hearth of pale despair,


For thine own sake I cannot follow thee.

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La Princesse DE Clèves could be a French novel that was printed anonymously in March 1678.

It is regarded by several because of the starting of the trendy tradition of the psychological novel,

and as a great classic work.
Its author is generally held to be Madame de La Fayette. Wikipedia
Originally published: March 1678
Author: Madame de La Fayette
Genre: Historical Fiction
Followed by: In Praise of Folly
Adaptations: The Beautiful Person (2008), The Letter (1999)

Thursday, 4 July 2019

Top 7 Secrets of Arugula Health Benefits

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arugula benefits
Do you know the secrets of arugula health benefits?

Many people have never known about arugula, or it can be called rocket or rucola in some parts of the world.

Arugula is a beneficial plant that brings a lot of nutrients to your health.
Commonly, with its pungent taste and tangy aroma, you are able to add it to a salad to enhance the delicious flavor.
In science, arugula is called Eruca sativa, a vegetable belonging to the cruciferous family, this genus can be considered as a healthy source of nature.
You perhaps see this plant in a thin and leafy shape with green color, as well as arugula is easily found right at your local food stores.
Obviously, it is a good choice for the daily diet that lowers the risk of cancer, weak bone and eyesight.
Furthermore, arugula health benefits help you promote memory, metabolism, and immune system.
To get a better result, you should choose the arugula with tender and bright green leaves.
Arugula is a natural antioxidant, it can aid you in improving the body systems and dealing with cancer.

It is recommended that you should consume arugula in your basic meal to get all the wonderful health benefits.

Arugula Health Benefits and Nutrition Facts

Arugula contains a great deal of folic acid, phytochemicals that remove the free radicals and boost overall health.
Moreover, a study has shown that arugula is more effective than other vegetables of the family in fighting against cancer.
On the other hand, arugula is rich in fibers and vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, all of which are good for your skin and help you deal with obesity, heart disease as well as many other problems.

Health Benefits of Arugula Leaves:

With 100 grams of arugula, it provides you
·         25 calories, 1.6 grams of dietary fiber
·         2373 IU vitamin A
·         15 milligrams vitamin C
·         160 milligrams calcium
·         47 milligrams manganese.

Fight Against Cancer

As mentioned above, regular intake of arugula will reduce the risk of cancer due to high phytochemical content in this cruciferous vegetable.
Arugula has been considered as the anti-cancer agent for a long time, especially cancer-related to breast, colon, or bladder.
The phytochemical substance has the ability to eliminate the free radicals and harmful carcinogens which cause mutation of your cell.
In addition, it may slow down the spread of a dangerous tumor.
Undeniably, it is really imperative to prevent cancer from the beginning.

Improve Overall Health

The next health benefit of arugula we want to show you is to boost your health.
Thanks to a great source of vitamin A in arugula, the function of many body parts will be enhanced.
Besides, it is also good for your skin, eyes, and teeth. If you notice, the flavonoid substances in a leafy plant-like arugula will guard your body against the attack of the cancer cell.

Strong Bones and Brain

Bones and Brain

Arugula contributes to the healthy bones and brain, it has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant substances that protect your body and strengthen the bones.
The consumption of arugula can provide sufficient amounts of vitamin K that your body requires.
As you might know, vitamin K is a key element informing and improving the bones.
In fact, neural degradation is the main reason for Alzheimer’s disease, luckily, arugula has a positive impact on this process.
So you need to add more arugula in your diet and you will see the improvement in your memory function.

Enhance the Immune System

Among the wonderful health benefits of arugula greens, the outstanding benefit is to boost immunity. Indeed, arugula is noticeably loaded with vitamins, in particular vitamin C, which will find out the harmful, dangerous free radicals and neutralize them.

Therefore, they cannot damage your DNA and mutate your cell.

Furthermore, arugula helps the improve the immune system, keep it strong to protect your body from viruses and bacteria.

The minerals found in huge quantities in arugula aids your immunity in functioning properly.

The minerals found in huge quantities in arugula aids your immunity in functioning properly.

Deal with Obesity

When it comes to obesity, the arugula can be an ideal treatment.

Because arugula is a vegetable with a low level of calories, thus it has an amazing effect on losing weight fast.

However, this leafy the vegetable also contains However, this leafy vegetable also contains a high level of the vitamin that helps to keep your body healthy and balance nutrition.

Metabolism and Digestion

Another arugula health benefits are rich in Vitamin B that plays an essential role in improving the metabolic process and cell growth.
Obviously, vitamin B influences many cell activities such as restoring energy,
the synthesis of fat… In addition, arugula may maintain the pH level in your intestine and improve the digestion.
Daily consumption of arugula is a natural solution to treat constipation and other digestive problems.



Last but not least, arugula is well known as a natural remedy for people who have vision problems, such as symptoms of red eyes.

Arugula is rich in carotenoids which aid you in dealing with macular issues.

In detail, when the macula degenerates gradually, it will cause damage to your central vision and lead to cataracts.
Thus, arugula will not let you down if you use it to improve the eyesight.

Wednesday, 3 July 2019

How to Get Relief From Constipation

Sweet Potato – High Fiber Fruits for Constipation
How to Get Relief From Constipation Fast and Naturally,

How to Get Relief from Constipation is the keyword searched so much on the internet because more people are getting much trouble related to constipation.
Constipation is a type of gastrointestinal disorder. It is a condition that the function of bowel movement is irregular causes the hard stool, so the defecation becomes more difficult.
This disease is a common problem; the suffered people may be children, adult or elder adult, male or female.

However, the condition becomes more serious if the time you suffer from constipation is prolonged or in the medical term we call chronic illness.
Some further accompanying symptoms are hemorrhoids, foul breath, losing appetite, anxiety, and hormone disturbance.
In order to relieve this trouble, the necessary thing is the find the cause. The researchers conclude that there are so many reasons causing constipation.
It may result in the weakness of bowel mobility.

This case appears when you are under pressure or stress as the autonomic nervous system diminish the activities of the parasympathetic nervous system including the bowel mobility to concentrate the “fight or flight” status.
The other of the cause may be in the diet which supply too much protein and lack of fiber, a substance help feces softer and easy to be thrown out.
Besides, inadequate supplying water is also the main cause constipation especially the formation of hard feces because it increases the re-absorption of water in the colon and rectum.
If you have an irregular defecation routine and the less in physical activities, you may have a high risk of constipation.
Absolutely constipation happening in the digestive system that affects significantly several organs as well as the other regime of the body and the daily activities.
If this condition still prolongs, your health is in danger seriously.

Therefore you should find out the solution as soon as you can.

Instead of fast running to the pharmacy, you can save your money and prevent your safety from further adverse drug reactions by using the home remedies for laxatives with something in or around your house.

Sweet Potato – High Fiber Fruits for Constipation

Sweet potato is the best home remedy for treating constipation.

There is a really high concentration of fiber in sweet potatoes.

Besides it also contains oligonucleotide which is a type of polymer saccharine and good for health.

Because it is so easy to be absorbed, thrown out, and still supplies enough energy for your body.

Sweet potato helps your bowel movement better and smoother with the stools already softened by fiber.

How to use:

  • Prepare some bulb of fresh, sweet potato with its peel. Boil them for 30 minutes to one hour until they are soft and then you just take the skin out and enjoy it.
  • In the other option, you can cook it as other cereal for your dishes such as sweet porridge or soup.
  • Constipation completely disappears after the first use.
Citrus Fruit
All kinds of citrus fruit mainly lemon and pommel are the perfect natural laxative.

The stimulus the bowel peristalsis more active and stronger so the waste can be thrown quickly.

These kind of fruit are also succulent, that would be a real factor for the function of the gastrointestinal system.
Citrus Fruit - Best Laxative For Constipation
How to use:
Consume citrus fruit such as pomelo and orange after each meal as a dessert.

Alternatively, making a cup of lemon or orange juice is not a bad idea. Extract half an orange or a lemon into a cup of water. Add a little honey in order to increase efficiency and good taste.
The important key when you use this method is the right time for drinking it.

The morning is best, especially when your stomach is empty because the juice not only stimulus bowel mobility but also is the cleaner of the digestive tract.
Probiotic Yogurt – Best Homemade Laxative
It is known that probiotic yogurt is the most efficient and simplest remedy for a laxative.

This kind of yogurt includes so many good bacteria that are necessary for healthy digestive function, in particular Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, and two bacteria are typically in the treatment of constipation.
Eating 1 to 2 packs of the probiotic yogurt each day could increase the frequency of defecation in normal, the stool softener, and decreased the time of transit.

The benefits can be observed so clearly if you are persistent in following this way.
Magnesium – Rich Food to Help Constipation
The scientist demonstrated that magnesium ion has the ability to pull water from outside to inside when it appears in the intestinal tracts.

Therefore if you are seeking a way to treat constipation, you should focus on the foods which contain the higher magnesium ion.
The other reason for encouraging this method is that magnesium ions can create precipitation.

It reduces the bicarbonate ion in your stomach which is the primary cause of heartburn and foul breath. It is so easy to consume more magnesium safely.
Green leaf vegetables such as nuts and spinach or fish are healthy products having high magnesium ion. You should add them to your daily meal.
Honey and Molasses
Although honey which derived from bee and molasses derived from the plan are not completely the same structure, they have a similar effect as a natural laxative.

Both of them contain the disaccharide that is good for gastrointestinal function.
Foods That Help With Constipation
Besides honey and molasses may help to reduce the consistency of the stools and make them move smoothly.

Consuming them in the morning while the stomach is empty is the most efficient way because their ability of the thin covering with the gastric visceral protects your stomach from the negative stimulation.
How to use:
1. Prepare a hot cup of water then add two tablespoons of honey or molasses into it.
2. The other option is direct consumption before breakfast time.
Water – Important Factor in Relieving Constipation
Water plays a crucial role in the function of muscle and all activity of the digestive system.

Drinking enough water is so important for you in the process of constipation treatment as that thing improves the bowel mobility stronger and hydrated facilities digestion.

Therefore the wastes could be thrown out easier.
Drinking at least 2 liters per day helps your body become healthier and far away from diseases.
There are some essential tips for you in order to prevent constipation:
Do not miss the meal. The studies demonstrate that eating stimulus the waste pushing reflects forward colon.

It means that there is no food come in the mouth, there are no bowel movements, the cause of constipation.
  • More and more fiber is always good for your health
  • Keeping frequent defecation time
  • Do not try contracting the anal muscle during constipation. It may cause further problem
  • The best position for defecation is squatting with the angle of the thigh and the abdomen is 45 degrees.