ہزاروں راستے [Hazaroon Raastay] Mustansar Hussain Tarar

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ہزاروں راستے [Hazaroon Raastay]  by  Mustansar Hussain Tarar

ہزاروں راستے [Hazaroon Raastay] by Mustansar Hussain Tarar
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Mustansar Hussain Tarar (Urdu: مستنصر حسين تارڑ) ( 1 March 1939)is a Pakistani author, actor, former radio show host, compere and enthusiast. Having made a name for himself by taking the mantle in Pakistans mountaineering community, Mustansar Hussain is widely recognized as one of the most famous and well known personalities in both Pakistan and the rest of the world.

Though the origin of his fame and decadence is usually considered to be his established and decorated career and as a writer, Tarar can also be recognized as the foremost endorser for tourism projects in Northern areas of Pakistan, having exorbitantly increased the array of tourist exposure to the areas in question by becoming both a mountaineer and an adventure author who uses these locations as backdrops for his storylines.Accomplishments and literary significanceMustansar Hussains literary proficiency as an author often overshadows the fact that he has been an active mountaineer for a very extensive period of time.

Having embarked upon several painstaking and challenging tasks such as the ascension of K-2 and the surpassing of the treacherous Chitti Buoi Glacier (translated as a glacier with large crevasses). More significantly, both of Mustansar Hussains professions often intertwine and relate, since he uses his experiences on his expeditions as compilations or travelogues. Though some of his publications have met lukewarm reactions due to supposed exaggeration, he reflects on this predicament with the notion that words or even pictures cannot successfully express the beauty and splendour of nature in its true spirit.

Tarar opines in a similar manner to the portrayal of environments and localities in other adventure novels. As such, in one of his books, he advises his critics to live through similar experience before criticizing because most people cannot dare go through such dangerous sporting experience of high altitude trekking.

This advise is further testified through the respect and regard that Tarar carries in Pakistani climbing community. Pakistans biggest mountaineering names like Nazir Sabir (first Pakistani climber on Everest and among the only few Pakistanis to have summitted K2) and Rajab Shah also regard Tarar as one of their motivations although both of these climbers hail from the Northern Areas where livelihood of a lot of people is through being high altitude guide and porters.

Tarar is a household name in the Northern Areas of Pakistan and people in remotest northern areas take pride in being his hosts during his visits and expeditions.Tarars first book Nikley Teri Talaash Main, a travelogue of Europe was published in 1971, he has so far over forty titles to his credit which include all genre of literature- travelogues, novels, short stories and collection of his newspaper columns and Television dramas.

He has been the best-seller fiction writer of Pakistan for the last fifteen years.Early lifeMustansar was born in jokalian a small town in Punjab, Pakistan. He spent his early childhood in the village. However he was destined to live some precious moments of his life in the lively city Lahore.So the fate played its tricks , and his family moved to culturally rich Lahore.

His father Rehmat Khan Tarar opened a small seed store that flourished into sub-continents lead seed supplier company. Mr Tarar got his schooling from Rang Mehal Mission High School and Muslim Model High School, Lahore. He , then got admission in Government College Lahore , a college that owns the credit to polish several intellectuals of Pakistan.In somewhat around 1950s , he went to London for higher studies.

In London, he spent much of his time in watching and enjoying movies , doing theater and reading books. In 1957 he attended the World Youth Festival in Moscow and wrote a book named Fakhta (Dove) on that experience.



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