Urdu literature - WikipediaBased on literary, cultural, and historical importance, this list tries to present some of the most remarkable works in Urdu. It is not limited to literature and includes books on history, culture, philosophy and religion. Readers may, of course, disagree and make their own lists. The list is not in order of preference. Bagh-o-bahar: a dastan, written by Mir Amman, is an example of simple yet idiomatic classical prose. Fasana-i-ajaib: a dastan, penned by Rajab Ali Baig Suroor, is among the samples of the most ornate classical Urdu prose. Kulliyat-i-Nazeer Akberabadi: collected works of a classical yet modern poet.
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While it tends to be dominated by poetry , especially the verse forms of the ghazal and nazm , it has expanded into other styles of writing, including that of the short story, or afsana. Urdu literature is mostly popular in Pakistan , where Urdu is the national language and India , where it is an official language. It is also widely understood in Afghanistan. Urdu developed in the Delhi region. Best Urdu Islamic Books you will find interested. Urdu literature originated some time around the 14th century in present-day North India among the sophisticated gentry of the courts.