Posted on July 21, 2007
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33 responses to “Harry Potter Party comes to Pakistan”

  1. tilsumehushrubalover says:

    Yeah i noticed a lot of things that are similar between the alif laila stories and harry potter! For example, Voldemort’s horcruxes are just like how the sorcerer’s life force are saved in eggs. Just like how Harry had to kill Voldemort’s horcruxes before he could defeat him, in alif laila’s stories in order to kill the sorcerer (jadugar) the prince had to destroy the egg or kill the bird first. Also, the creation of Hermione’s beaded purse that can carry a limitless amount of items seems to be taken from the idea of umru ayaar’s zanbeel. Just as Hermione can store anything she wishes in her purse such as tents, textbooks, and paintings, the zanbeel could carry whole persons such as evil magicians and jinns.

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  3. Amir Baba says:

    Having read almost all of the vintage urdu fanatsy works like daastane-Ameer hamza and Tilisime-Hoshruba as a teenager I suspect the famous Harry Potter novels do have similarities in a sense of how the magic is crafted in the making of these modern novels…..The author may have been exposed to the ingridients of that wonderful receipe of magic telling which is only existed in the east before someone in London started telling the wonders of black magic…as a work of art in the west