The Maneaters of Tsavo by J.H Patterson (Syed Allauddin) (Tsavo Maneaters Hunting Story)

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Syed Allauddin was born in India and migrated to Pakistan after partition. He did his M.A Political Science and the M.A Journalism. He retired from National Bank of Pakistan as AVP. He is a regular writer for many digests and magazines and wrote many original stories as well as translated work. Before this book, he had translated George Rwell novel Animal Farm and Dulai Lama book Art of Happiness. Eight complete translated novels from English are in the pipeline for the publishing



Tsavo ke Adam Khor by Syed Allauddin is urdu translation of very famous book The Maneaters of Tsavo by J.H Patterson. Its a story of two Tsavo Lions who killed 100s of men. They got so bold they started attacking men in their houses, camps and even in presence of fire. Colonel J.H Patterson was in army and he was incharge of the railway line laying work in Africa (Tsavo). He has to take action and kill the beasts who were eating his labour. The book is so famous and popular, Hollywood made a movie on the same book by the name of Ghost and the Darkness. The book contains many adventures and interesting information during his stay in Africa. Readers of this book sure find it very interesting and entertaining.


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