The Waters of Lahore is a political autobiography written in the third person. The work consists of three books, each independent of the other, and each exploring a different theme and era.
The essence of 'The Transfer of Power' is about parting: from Britain and India in 1947, from Bengal after the tragedy of 1971, and from Omar Azfar, the author's first-born, who lost his battle to cancer on 21 January 2009.
'Camelot by the Sea,' dedicated to Sanam Bhutto, the only living offspring of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Begum Nusrat Bhutto, is the realization of a wish expressed by Benazir Bhutto which, after her assassination, the author says 'became a command.'
'Asian Drama Revisited' proposed an Asian Free Trade Association stretching from Jakarta to Balochistan, and from Tientsin to Sri Landa. Asia has yet to prepare herself for the Asian Century.
Publisher: Sama Editorial and Publishing Services
Number of pages: 316
Dimensions: 148 x 222 x 25mm
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