Salman Rashid

Travel writer, Fellow of Royal Geographical Society

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posted by Salman Rashid @ 12:00 AM,

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At December 5, 2015 at 1:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

APKI URDU DANI BHI KAMAL KI HA. BE BLESSED
AHMED BAJWA

 
At December 6, 2015 at 9:25 AM, Anonymous Salman Rashid said...

Urdu was a very late acquisition for me. Only in the late 1990s when i wrote my PTV documentaries. It came with difficulty and I relied heavily on the Kitabistan Eng-Urdu dictionary. Not very good that one. I now use the Oxford compiled by Haqqi sahib. Unfortunately, my idiom still remains English.

 

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Deosai: Land of the Gaint - New

The Apricot Road to Yarkand


Jhelum: City of the Vitasta

Sea Monsters and the Sun God: Travels in Pakistan

Salt Range and Potohar Plateau

Prisoner on a Bus: Travel Through Pakistan

Between Two Burrs on the Map: Travels in Northern Pakistan

Gujranwala: The Glory That Was

Riders on the Wind

Books at Sang-e-Meel

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