Chand Ka Khuda (The God of Moon) By Ilyas Seetapuri
The name of the book is “Chand Ka Khuda” (The God of Moon). Written by Ilyas Seetapuri. This book contains 4 beautiful historical histories in the Urdu language with the following titles.
1. Talash-e-Haq (In Search of the Right Path)
A young saint chose seclusion after being disheartened by the atrocity of monarchy. What is the right path and where is the right path? In respect of his thoughts and struggle, he had to face bitter experiences of life. He tried to take refuge in Christianity, but was not able to find the right person for it. . The helpless saint became confused. Thereafter, the monarchy played and amazing but practical joke with him. When the magic pen of Ilyas Seetapuri translated this in a legendary, then it became a beautiful and everlasting story.
2. Lahoo Ka Chiragh (Lamp of Blood)
In the second half of the eighteenth century, when the English traders began to dream of becoming rulers of India, Nawab Siraj-ud-Dola was their first ever prey . What tactics were used by the white foreign traders for subduing this young and inexperienced Earl (Nawab), a complete and brilliant collection of curiosity and writing art. A beautiful picture of the civilization of that’s era, every thing that a reader wants to read in a story.
3. Surkh Dastaan (Red Legendary)
Pen picture of the cruel ‘Hijaj bin Yousaf’ of Islamic History. His name was the message of fear and terror. When this cruel man of history met a woman, he smashed into pieces. A collection of fear, curiosity, love and terror.
4. Chand Ka Khuda (The God of Moon)
The up-roared legendary of the era of Mehdi Abbasi. He claimed himself to be a god. He inhabited a city of simple followers in his surroundings. Then he created a moon for that city, which used to rise in the evening and set in the morning. An interesting, amazing and historical legendary with beauty and love.