Devta is a serialized fantasy thriller novel written in the Urdu language by Mohiuddin Nawab. It was published monthly for 33 years in the Pakistani magazine Suspense Digest from February 1977 to January 2010. Devta is the fictional autobiography of Farhad Ali Taimoor, a man who gained amazing telepathic powers. The author Mohiuddin Nawab, a well-known social story writer of Pakistan, has written more than 500 stories, both short stories and novel-length, mostly published in Suspense Digest, a monthly magazine published in Karachi and available in Pakistan, India, and various parts of the world where Urdu is spoken. He has also written screenplays for film and television. Spanning 56 volumes and 11,206,310 words, Devta is the longest continuously-published story on record. It was started in February, 1977 and appeared every month in Suspense Digest, with its concluding chapter published in January 2010.
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language: Urdu
genre: science fiction

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