Jisam Faroshi Ki Tareekh
economic, social, and cultural ramifications of prostitution throughout history in many nations and cultures. It examines the causes of women’s engagement in prostitution as well as the ethical and legal arguments for and against the practice.Scot’s History of Prosti has been reissued in Urdu under the title “Jisam Faroshi ki Tareekh” with an accessible Urdu translation. Muhammad Ahsan But wrote a book called “Jism Faroshi Ki Tareekh” in the Urdu language. The book examines the
The book “Jism Faroshi Ki Tareekh” gives a thorough and in-depth history of prostitution in numerous societies and cultures. The topic is explored by the author, Muhammad Ahsan But, with a focus on the economic, social, and cultural ramifications of prostitution.
The book was initially released on July 3, 2015, by Nigarshat. Using a variety of primary and secondary sources, it offers a thorough and extensive account of the history of prostitution. Muhammad Ahsan But, the author is a well-known journalist and writer in the Urdu language who has written extensively on a variety of social and political topics.
“Jism Faroshi Ki Tareekh” offers readers a thorough and nuanced view of the history of prostitution as a whole. It is a well-researched and educational work. Anybody interested in the social, cultural, or economic elements of this contentious and frequently misunderstood subject may find it to be a useful resource.
History of Prostitution
“A History of Prostitution” was written by George Ryley Scott. It has gone through a number of revisions and editions since its first 1936 release. The history of prostitution from prehistoric times until the early 20th century is thoroughly covered in the book.
The impact of prostitution on the economy, society, and culture is only one of the many topics the book discusses. It also examines historical arguments for and against prostitution from a moral and legal perspective, as well as how different civilizations and cultures have approached the issue.
A History of Prostitution by George Ryley Scott provides a complete review of prostitution’s history from the origin of civilization until the early 20th century. The book covers the historical moral and legal issues surrounding prostitution as well as how it affects society, the economy, and culture.
The book’s introduction looks at the history of prostitution in cultures including ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. The next section of the book examines the usage of prostitution in medieval Europe, the popularity of brothels during the Renaissance, and the development of the modern prostitution industry in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.