Urdu Essay On Taleem E Niswan

It is compulsory to get benefits from education for both Man and Woman. World is incomplete without education. Those nations succeed whose persons are educated. The examples of progressive countries are in front of us. If the literacy rate in any country is higher than that country must be developed and progressive. Those countries that are facing backwardness have low literacy rate. One cannot recognize Allah without education and cannot do any work in this earth correctly. In every era it needs education and training. Likewise, no one can deny the importance and benefits of education in the latest world. With addition of new subjects the process of their queries and compilation are also flowed. Women education meaning is the education of women. As education is compulsory for males it is also compulsory for female too. No nation can progress until their women start working equally with men. Man and woman are the two wheels of vehicle of life. If both wheels don’t work properly than it cannot reach at its destination. Islam has not discrimination between men and women in acquiring knowledge like other walk of life. Prophet (P.B.U.H) Said:

“Seeking Knowledge is a duty upon every Muslim (Male and female)”.

Taleem e Niswan Essay In Urdu

It is reality that learning and training started after birth from Mother’s voiceless and remain till last breath. A mother can provide good education and training to her child. If education contains the love, care and affection of mother than education become easier and effective. There is a woman behind every successful man either she is the mother of Sikandar-e-Azam or the mother of Shiwa G. It is said that “the Hands that rock the cradle, rule the World”

“You Educate a Man,

You Educate a Man…

You Educate a Women,

You Educate a Generation!!!”

The works of history strengthen this phrase. Today when we look at the world than we come to know that how world is facing revolution. It is true that a woman can perform multi characters in her life. Some time she is mother and sometimes she is daughter and in every character her duties became different. It is compulsory to educate for a woman to perform these all characters. If a woman is illiterate than she convert a home into hell. Therefore it is compulsory to get education for women like men. In our era whatever the problems are taking place are the symptoms that there is some negligence in education and training. Man only can be man if he understand knowledge otherwise education became accuse to him. Therefore every woman should get education because religion gives freedom to get education in limits. Today’s world can get success in every walk of life by staying in limits.

Taleem-e-Balighan (lit: Education for Adults) was a Pakistani social satire TV serial[1] which first aired on PTV in 1966. It was written by Khawaja Moinuddin. It is considered one of the classics of Pakistani television by some TV critics.[2][3]

Plot and its background[edit]

The story revolves around a madrassa (school) where adults are provided an education in a satirical and humorous environment.[1] It is based on Mohammad Ali Jinnah's or Quaid-e-Azam's 3 principles of 'unity, faith and discipline', that became an inspiring and effective slogan for the Muslim masses during the Pakistan Movement days around 1947. This national slogan has actually become a permanent foundation stone of the 'Ideology of Pakistan' and is frequently quoted, even in 2016, by the Pakistanis as a nation.[1] It is also quoted on TV in this drama serial in comical situations. This satire was originally written for Radio Pakistan in the 1950s before the introduction of TV broadcasts in Pakistan in November 1964. It was then adapted for PTV and first broadcast in 1966.[1]

Cast[edit]

Reviews and discussion of drama[edit]

This drama serial had brought national attention to a social issue that was and still is being discussed in Pakistan.[4]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  1. ^ abcdeOlder residents take a trip down memory lane with Taleem-e-Balighan screening, The Express Tribune newspaper, 29 May 2013, Retrieved 15 Dec 2016
  2. ^Old but not forgotten: Top 10 Pakistani dramas to re-watch now Bisma Ahmad, 13 March 2015, Dawn newspaper, Retrieved 15 Dec 2016
  3. ^ abchttp://vidpk.com/c/316/Taleem-e-Balighan/, Profile of 'Taleem-e-Balighan' (drama serial) on vidpk.com website, Retrieved 15 Dec 2016
  4. ^http://pakteahouse.net/2012/07/22/taleem-e-balighan-murder-of-history-in-pakistan/, Review and discussion of 'Taleem-e-Balighan' on pakteahouse.net website, Retrieved 15 Dec 2016

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