Tum Koan Pia by Maha Malik (A Social Romantic Reformal Novel focusing on different Roles of a Woman)

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Maha Malik is one of the most popular female writer of this age. She has written variety of stories on the social reformal issues. One of them is Tum Koan Pia. She has written in all popular women digests and her readers wait for her novels. Greed and wanting more and more is also part of human nature and this is the theme of thi novel. Her fans will love her novels on kitaabghar.com, its her second novel on kitaabghar and we hope we will get positive comments on this novel



Tum Kon Piya is a latest novel by Maha Malik, one of the most renowned women writer of today and her novels are very popular, specially among women readers. She had created some master pieces of urdu most selling best novels. Tum Kon Piya is the latest novel published in January 2010. The novel shows the different phases of women life and faces of different relations of a woman being a daughter, sister, wife and mother. How a woman life is mostly about only giving care and love to others and providing comfort support and shelters for her family and beloved ones. Love is not about giving bouquet, roses and chocolates, gifts and jewelry or perfumes. But love is about sharing the sorrows and griefs, giving comfort and peace when our beloved needs it. Learn the true meaning of Love this Valentines Day. We hope Maha Malik fans will love this story as much as they liked her other 3 stories provided on kitaabghar.com


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