Raheel was a regular prayer (Namazi) so first of all he pleaded to Almighty Allah to give his love in respond of his strong beliefs but when nothing took place he indulged himself in those activities which were not according to his faith. He went to holy shrines; temples and churches for trying to find his love but always came back barren and infertile.
He left over his studies as well as home and went to the holy shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar at Sehwan as a Malang. He tried to call upon the spirit of Peer Sadaruddin Badshah, a powerful saint of Bhakkar, an adjoining island of Sukkur for granting him Khulda and even that he was not a swimmer at all, entered River Indus to complete his some satanic efforts but she was still away from him as skies. It was also interesting that after each activity to find his love, he was punished by unseen hands and circumstances.
But he didn’t accept defeat and tried to write his destiny with his own hands and spirit. In doing so, he placed Allah and his Beloved in front of each other …. And now he has to choose one of them ….
This is a heart breathing novel in which some spiritual, religious and customary discussions have also been included. These debates are very much interesting and have been used them properly as per theme and subject of the novel. One thing that can also be mention here are unique names of the chapters which is a clear distinction of this novel.