Book: Maan Insaan Theendus (I'll be human) Author: Professor Sir Muhammad Din Rajri sb (Lecturer English, @GBDC, Daharki) Short analysis, By Kailash Kumar Sir Muhammad Din Rajri sb, whom we call Sir MD sb, is well-renowned preceptor, author & great personality, being a well-versed teacher, he earned great name and fame in the vicinity of Daharki. I proudly can say that Sir MD sb is the first person, who took charge of principal at GBDC, Daharki, on his first day of joining as SPSC passed English lecturer. He is also a creative-minded author and story-writer. Recently read his book, namely "Maan Insaan Theendus" (I'll be human). Sir MD sb is a creative-minded young story-writer. He doesn't reject the ideas, because the ideas play vital role as they're like backbone of society. But being a story-writer, he sees with creative ideology contrary to a specific ideological sight. Sir MD's short stories frequently find universal accuracies and don't bear interruption in any kind of class-difference in the search of eternal truth. Being a story-writer, he focused on the concept of creativity as it is the way of making the world look better. Sir MD's stories don't address directly to social-revolution, historical accidents and sociological seism, seems to be protesting against uselessness of individual and social ideas as well. Where, he is aware of art to give plot to stories at art-level; there, he is also convinced to shorten the stories. He knows the art to pour out the big-plotted stories in just a few lines and sometimes, forms & explains in modern way. Though some stories don't be the ornaments of art formula-type fiction in some specific events in their existence, but constitutional and social sorrows mingles together in every day matters, and realizes the tiny momentary and temporary tragedies of modern period as a gust of wind. Chirograph itself stands as a mirror of author's personal intentions and perceptual conclusion as well. So, one can't deny the actual meaning of author in the rush of abundant virtuality. After putting light on detailed stories after short stories, one can find the smugness of the author, and other thing is that one can see art-belonging beginning, mid and adhesion of climax. A big deal is that the story readers can feel story-art in Sir MD's stories. Let's have a glance on stories inscribed in book: • Toobo (Diver): This is a classical story, which convulses selection of thoughts. This story not only brings the character, Raban, but also, it brings the character of people belonging to all classes. This is a monologue story, in which the diver thinks: "But, who knows our factual position, that there are many dead-bodies of desires, helplessness and deprivations, drifts in our body! Who peeped in our heart that our children don't have clothes to wear! We have to wait for another dead-body just for five-hundred rupees. Is it easy to intercross the sea-abdomen? I find five-thousand rupees occasionally in the packet of tea. Sometimes, I have to pay fair from home!" • Circus: Story is also the amalgamation of idea and experience. This story is written under the theme of hyper-reality, in which natural fact is presented as fake and artificial, just as done by the juggler. • Jaagar (Exorcism): This story is about primitive, but uncivilized conventions. In the story, a exorcist, namely 'Daram', agonizes a beautiful woman of village, 'Malooka' (who is hysteria patient), in different ways. Malooka cries and says that she isn't under the influence of ghost, but no one listens to her. When Daram orders to bring hot iron-rods to thrust into her eyes, Malooka commits suicide by falling herself down into the fire. • Phatak (Railway gate): In this story, the past and present condition of a railway gateman is narrated. In this story, author has chosen good subject. • Andar Tho Sade Moonkhey (My conscious/soul calls me): The sexual-hunger of a belletrist, Ahmad Sahab, is focused in this story. A maid-servants young daughter, Mehran, is shown working in kitchen. Authors sexual afflux towards his maid-servants daughter is reflected in this story, under the authors stream of consciousness. Curiosity of the story bewitches the readers. The wayless thought of sexual afflux is defeated by pronominal consciousness in the climax of story. He considers Mehran his daughter after remembering the classical characters of Sindh: Baaghal, Marvi and Sasui. This story stops turpitude and persuades towards morality. • Andar Waarta (Internal-monologue): This story is also written under stream of consciousness. The storys dialogue are like quotations. Social misery is beautifully reflected by making the most of unconsciousness of character in the story. There is single character in the story, social exoticness and social desperation is displayed in nature colour. The character namely Adarsh, whose written story is stolen by his friend, and his friend receives an award on stolen story of Adarsh. The feelings, pain and spirit of Adarsh is drawn out in the story. Author is successful in experiencing stream of consciousness through the character, Adarsh. • Sach Khe Puthhi (Back or forget to truth): This story is written in such interesting style that the reader can read it in single sigh. Probably, this story is much interesting because author belongs to same department. Analysis of habits of positiveness and negativeness, behavior and conditions of teacher is observed. The drowsiness, ego and truancies of character is clearly explained. The thinking, spirit, ableness, decorum and veracity of a commission-passed young head master is narrated in story. • Karachi: It is authors indicial experience of story-writing. Being indicial, author made it illative by giving climax. The awful and critical conditions of Karachi are narrated. Also narrated about ruction, altercation and robbers, which are destroying peace of Karachi. • Second Statement (Drama): It is the story, which I liked the most. There are two scenes in story, in first scene, Vishal and Preet's court-marriage is displayed, and same story is revised after 25 years, which is to aware about wrong decisions of parents and children. • Pathrayeji Wayal Akhyun (Eyes turned stone): This story reflects the villages stuck in conventions, sorrows and poverty. This story is a sad fable of maternal affection and paternal debility. The climax of this story is also presented splendidly. • Prado: This is allegoric story about past subjects of village, in which situations of robbery and incidents, that happens in village, but the summary of the story is given in the climax, which enhances interest in the story. Actually, it is tried to make us understand that we are playing roles somewhere as 'thieves' in the society. • Maan Insaan Theendus (I'll be human): The story contains two sides. In first side, analysis on condition of educational system is observed and in other side, it is narrated that every person wants to be engineer, doctor, teacher, solicitor and officer, but no one wanna be 'human'. • Ehsaas (Feelings/Realization): To convey full message in few lines, is really a quality of a unique author. Sir MD sb also exhibited individualism in the story. This story contains dialogues of a mother and son, spoken on phone. The theme of story is that the son lives in foreign, he asks to her mother about her health and tells that he has sent medicines of blood pressure. At the moment, signal drops and son says to her mother that he will call her tomorrow, but mother's reply is very painful, as if she is aware of his death. Author has absorbed the meta-physics beautifully with art-craft in mother's dialogue. The maternal affection of mother is well-explicated in this story. • Ang Ughara Thari Baar (Unclothed children of Thar): The sorrows of Thari children is narrated in this story, where Thar also speaks. 'Tis story of two orphan children, Chandu and Chandi, who works in weaving factory to survive. They are tyrannized by the owner on a little mistake. Whole story represents the background of Thar, as Thar is also symbolically represented in character, which comes in dream of Chandu, and asks him to pray for rain, but Chandu denies. Then, Thar stifles Chandu and Chandu starts crying. Hearing Chandu's cries, factory owners come and end the voices of both Chandu and Chandi forever. This story seems fantasy somewhere, and somewhere seems dramatical. Curiosity of this story is splendid. • Ba Manyun (Two meals): This story is about poverty. A character is presented as handkerchief and caps seller. Who goes at hotel for having lunch there. Wiping sweat, he asks hotel manager for cost of per meal. Manager answers that it is seven rupees per meal. This story represents the economical state of laborers. There is also a very short story of five lines, given below. • Imdaad (Aid): Conscience is convulsed in this story. Monologue of lower-class landlord is shown, which ascertains that he doesn't beg ration bag during famine. He sees officers, landlords and other well-to-do people receving ration bags. He feels that he did ethical and religious crime by taking the ration bag for himself. Then, he decides to return ration bag, which he had taken. Climax of this story gives advice and presentation of monologue is ravishing. • Paiso Konhe... (Don't have money...): This story has a character of a corpse, who has became too weak because of asthma. A journalist asks: Why dont you consult a good doctor? He answers: I dont have money!! Thus, Sir MD is such an author, who can convert, suppress and describe long stories in short, and he can also summarize short story in long. Craftsmanship of Sir MD is also worth praise. • Qismat (Fate): Some of five-line stories of Sir MD do protest against wrong traditions of society, just like in this story. In which a husband of eighteen-years-age woman is killed in a fraternal dispute. The dialogue of last line strongly expresses the climax: Oh sister, that fate! If he wasnt our son, we would get him married!! • Naen Dor Ji Marvi (Modern Marvi, or Marvi of new generation): Sir MDs short stories may not bring change, but they divulges little bad deeds of society. These short stories arent only the pattern of innovation at art-level, but also seems to be classical values, cultural and civilized inclinations of Sindhi society. Naen Dor Ji Marvi is also such short story, in which Marvi denies her love for court-marriage just because to her, love is not only the name of achievement/gaining, but a sacrifice. Such types of stories of Sir MD are didactic, an echo of social reformation, and they make us return towards actual condition of ethical and cultural values of Sindhi society. • Hik Sit Kahani (One-lined story): Modern short stories, which cant be examined at a fixed scale, or criterion, they have a series of art experience. In which various art expressions breath. Sir MD also created Hik Sit Kahani by exercitation of same experiences. Sir MD also exhibited his own creative aesthesia about objective fact of his pledge. • Golha (Search): This story is also written under stream of consciousness, in which a sentient person is anxious on calmness of society. He feels like everyone is telling a lie, no any alteration in society is to be seen, only false/pseudo slogans are raised. • Wazan (Weight): Story is about two poets arguing upon their poems. They start squabbling and fight. At last, they both go to police station, where they outcries and tell their quarrel to SHO. Two main purpose of story are that our situations are proceeding from reality to hyper-reality and the author has wanted to express the conjecture. Second thing is that, the author wants to show that the actuality is perceived as simulation through cyber literature. • ATM Machine: A story of private school teacher, who enters his card in ATM machine in order to collect his salary. But salary hasnt been transferred into his account yet. He feels like ATM machine is laughing at him. Burying the intricacies of plot, the climax is brought at once in short stories, which is the significant art of short stories. In book, all stories contains moral and ethical values, and are very interesting, but stories: Toobo, Phatak, Pathrayeji Wayal Akhiyun, Prado, Bodlo, Circus and drama Second Statement, I liked the most. They are unique because of their subjective selection, treatment and diction. The story-art in Sir MDs stories is attractive that one can feel when reading that author abruptly wants to bring story to an end, for that waiting is necessary, because the actual meaning of art is to wait, or make someone wait. In this book, there is not only the compilation of thirty-one stories, but also he has added the images of poverty-stricken, helpless and subjugated people, whom Sir MD has characterized. The subjective selection and analysis really dazzle the readers, which can be said the accomplishment and victory of the author. The story is not just the name of explaining the incident, but actually, it is the name of discovering the stuff and situations. The story illustrates the perception of humans. This book of Sir MD is lesson of life and this book can be considered as an extension in literature. I really appreciate the exertions of Sir MD in writing this story book, and hope, that he will persist writing books, stories, and blogs.