Posted on January 1, 2008
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46 responses to “Folk Tales of Pakistan: Heer-Ranjha”

  1. Nayla says:

    Hi,
    Through my years of growing up as a child,I always wondered,that why did Heer and Ranjha had to die? It does not make sense to me.They were killed in the name of “honour” and “culture” which I think was and is very stupid!
    And how stupid could it get,that after killing them,someone convinently built their tomb, signifying,their victory!
    It is very frustrating…”They didn’t have to die” this line keeps repeating itself in my mind.
    Anyhow,I want to know,how was Heer’s tomb made? and Who came up with this idea?
    I would kill myself,if it turns out to be someone from her family!
    Waiting for the answer.
    ciao.