Okara is a city in Pakistan, the capital of the district of the same name in the province of Punjab. The famous eatery in the city, it’s the Dawat Restaurant. According to customer and tourists’ reviews, this place https://www.facebook.com/pg/dawat.resturant/about/ not only have a wide variety in delicious food, but also has great ambiance. In this district, Satghara is a town where you can find the location of the tomb of Baloch folk hero, Mir Chakar Rind.
Also if he disagrees, his style has been compared with that of author Salman Rushdie. His first novel (A Case of Exploding Mangoes), was shortlisted for the 2008 Guardian First Book Award. He was born at Okara. MOHAMMED HANIF https://www.amazon.it/Case-Exploding-Mangoes-unabridged-audio/dp/1407423843 is a Pakistani writer, graduated from Pakistan Air Force Academy, but subsequently left to pursue a career in journalism.
Teasing and very funny, this Mohammed Hanif’s debut novel takes one of the subcontinent’s enduring mysteries, with a tale rich and colourful, as a beggar’s dream. Reading “A Case of Exploding Mangoes“, you will discover that a crow has crossed the Pakistani border illegally. A military dictator reads the Quran every morning, as if it was his daily horoscope. The Under Officer Ali Shigri carries a deadly message on the tip of his sword, while his friend Obaid answers all life’s questions with a splash of eau de cologne and a quote from Rilke.
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