MAJNOON Complete Document Written By Abdul Mr Smiles


The narrative paints a vivid picture of a young man named “Maj Nun” who, despite his unkempt appearance and disheveled clothes, captures the attention of children in the neighborhood. They follow him, chanting and dancing to a song about him, referring to him as “the great father of Tanbele.”

Amidst this lively scene, a young woman, described as a 20-year-old dressed in traditional Hausa clothing with a floor-length hijab, emerges. Hand in hand with “Little Food Care,” she questions Maj Nun about the children singing to him. She suggests breaking up his marriage, to which Maj Nun denies any such intention, expressing fear and humility.

The young woman shows compassion by offering him food, which he struggles to open. As he enjoys the meal, she observes him with a mix of love and pity. The conversation takes a humorous turn when Maj Nun, feeling a connection, asks about marriage and suggests going to India. They share laughter, and when the call to prayer interrupts, she leaves.

As she walks away, the narrative takes a sudden turn as a black car arrives, prompting her to utter an expression of grief or surprise. This unexpected event leaves the reader curious about what might happen next in this intriguing and somewhat whimsical story.

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