Ishq ka Ain is an excellent Social Romantic Novel with the touch of sufism and ishq-e-haqiqi. The novel is based on a journey from human-love (ishq-e-majazi) to GOD-love (ishq-e-haqiqi). A story of person, who was running away from love and left his home town to avoid love but ultimately fell in love. The novel is so popular it was first published in digest, later in book form and after that was dramatized and aired by PTV (Pakistan Television Network) with the same name (to cash novels popularity).
What tears! Oh no this can’t, but yeah this is…
The unusual journey from Ishq e Majazi toward Ishq e Haqiqi was heart fluttering though I didn’t understand it, but I really believe that one day I’ll able to understand it.
The thing about Saadi was really unexpected, heart breaking and eerie. It breaks my heart though I believe this never happen in real life, still I was amazed.
Everything about Saadat and the murshid-mureed type things seems even more weird, I’m a Syed myself but I didn’t expected anything as such.
Well in Short I didn’t realized whether I liked the story or not, It was simple strange and odd, I relly enjoyed reading it.