Mahpara Safdar’s Autobiography “Mera Zamana – Meri Kahani” Celebrated in London

Mahpara Safdar’s Autobiography “Mera Zamana – Meri Kahani” Celebrated in London

London (Report: Syeda Kausar) organized by Dhank London, Mahpara Safdar’s autobiography “Mera Zamana Meri Kahani” was celebrated in London in which journalistic, literary, political, and social figures participated. According to the details, Radio Pakistan, PTV, and BBC London’s well-known newscaster Mahpara Safdar’s book “Mira Zamana Meri Kahani”, after the launch of the events in different cities of Pakistan, a prestigious event for the first time in London was held last Sunday at Dhank London. It was organized under the auspices of which eminent intellectuals spoke about the book and the personality of Mahpara Safdar.

Mahpara Safdar's Autobiography

The event was organized by the team of Dhank London and its spirited and well-known poet Syeda Kausar with great effort and zeal, which included writers and poets. Among the speakers, Hasnain Raza Zaidi, Abbas Raza Zaidi, Muhammad Safdar, Yusuf Abraham, Syed Shabbir Ahmed, Sajida Humayun, Dr. Ghulam Murtaza Adeem, and Safdar Hamdani gave a detailed discussion about the author’s life. After the informative feedback, answers were also given to the questions asked by the participants.

Mahpara Safdar's Autobiography

The event organization responsibilities were carried out by Syeda Kausar, the chairperson of Dhank London. Additionally, during the opening ceremony, author Mahpara Safdar was presented with an honorary shield as a token of appreciation by Dhank London. Towards the conclusion of the program, a cake was cut, adorned with a captivating image featuring excerpts from the author’s writings. 

It is important to note that Mahpara Safdar’s book is not only a biography but also delves into Pakistan’s history, the emergence of women in the media, and the challenges faced during Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s execution. The book covers the era of former military president Zia-ul-Haq, Mahpara Safdar’s arrival in Britain, and the contemporary period.

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