Memoirs from Thal, a travel across Waziristan, and the tales from The Frontier Scouts; a force d’élite…
A love story from the mountains of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa
penned in Urdu
Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, the North-West frontier of Pakistan, is a region of legendary romance on the pages of history, a significant chapter of which are the days of the Sub-Continent under British Raj. Nothing stood as a formidable obstacle to the British, but the borders of this volatile stretch of land that was administered by Gora Saab through a mix of political and military structures. My stroll at the Tehkal Christian Cemetery was inspired by the urge to claim my share from the aura of Victorian romance at Peshawar.