Qasim Mahmood

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Syed Qasim Mahmood (Template:Lang-ur; 17 November 1928 – 31 March 2010) was a Pakistani intellectual and Urdu short story writer.


Short story anthologies, novels

  • Dewar Pather Kee (Wall of Stones)
  • Qasim Kee Mendi (Qasim's Henna).
  • Syed Qasim Mahmood kay Afsaney (Short stories of Qasim Mahmood)
  • Chalay Din Bahar Kay (By gone days of spring), Novel
  • Pundit Jalaluddin Nehru, novelette

Encyclopedias, edited and compiled

  • Urdu Encyclopedia
  • Urdu Jamia Encyclopedia
  • Maloomat (knowledge) (General Encyclopedia)
  • Shahkar Islami Encyclopedia
  • Baby encyclopedia
  • Islamic Almanac
  • Encyclopedia Falqiat (Encyclopedia of Astronomy)
  • Encyclopedia Ijadaat (encyclopedia of Inventions)
  • Encyclopedia Science
  • Encyclopedia Pakistanica (Encyclopedia of a Pakistani)
  • Pakistani Bachioan ka Encyclopedia (Encyclopedia for Pakistani Children).
  • Encyclopedia Tarikh Insaniat (Encyclopedia of Human Kind History).
  • Seerat Encyclopedia
  • Encyclopedia Muslim India
  • Encyclopedia of Quran

Edited magazines

  • Khwateen (women)
  • Ujala (dawn)
  • Qandeel (candle)
  • Sadiq (Truth)
  • Lailo-Nihar (Night and Day)
  • Sahifa (a book)
  • Siara Digest
  • Adab-e-Latifv
  • Kitabv (Book)
  • Khialat (Ideas)
  • Qafla (Caravan)
  • Alami Digest
  • Talib-e-Ilum (Student)
  • Science Magazine
  • Afsana Digest
  • Pakistan Digest
  • Islami Digest
  • Ahyia Khilafah
  • Ahiya-e-Uloom (Revival of Knowledge).

Books, written or compiled

  • Asan Mashiatv (Economic made easy)
  • Mashiat kay Jadid Nazeray (New theories of Economics)
  • Mubadi Mashiat (Basics of Economics)
  • Usool Siasiat (Basics of Political Science).
  • Cleopatra Kee Kahani (Life of Queen Cleopatra)
  • Sikander Azam Kee Kahani (Life of Alexander the great)
  • Science kia haih (What is Science)
  • Jansi Rasomat (Sexual customs)
  • Farhang Mashiat (dictionary of Economics)
  • Quaid-e-Azam ka Pagam (Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah speeches and writings)
  • Besiwian Sadi Aur Amriat (Twentieth Century and Dictatorship)
  • Ilm-e-Quran
  • Roha Al Quran (Soul of Quran)
  • Roha Al Hadis (Soul of Narrations of Prophet Muhammad)
  • Nawab Muhammad Ismail Khan (life and achievements of the well-known luminary of Pakistan Movement )[1]
  • Piaam Iqbal Ba Nojwan Milliat (Message of Iqbal to new Generation)[2]



  • An introduction to contemporary knowledge, C. E. M. Joad
  • Origin of Species, Charles Darwin
  • Islam and Pakistan's Identity, Justice Javed Iqbal
  • The Physiology of Sex, Kenneth Walker
  • The Immense Journey, Loren Eiseley
  • The Great Ascent, Robert L. Heilbroner
  • Inventivity, Robert E. Mueller
  • Patterns of Culture, Ruth Benedict
  • What is a Classic? T. S. Eliot


  • A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens
  • Sea of Grass, Conrad Richter
  • Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë
  • The Gambler, Fyodor Dostoevsky
  • Une vie, Guy de Maupassant
  • Lust for Life, Irving Stone
  • Bhowani Junction John Masters
  • Captain Caution, Kenneth Roberts
  • The Death of Ivan Ilyich, Leo Tolstoy


  • Tamburlaine, Christopher Marlowe
  • A Doll's House, Ibsen
  • Justice, John Galsworthy
  • La Mort de Tintagiles, Maurice Maeterlinck
  • Antony and Cleopatra, William Shakespeare
  • Macbeth, William Shakespeare
  • Othello, William Shakespeare
  • Hamlet, William Shakespeare
  • Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare


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