Journey through time, An autobiography by Abdul Razzaq Bughio.

Journey through time is a chronological account of a a humble man with aspirations as tall as the mountains. The Journey of a boy named “Dholan” born in a small village who grew up to be a man rubbing shoulders with the future president, politicians and military establishment. It is a kaleidoscope of faith, passion and ambitions. A symphony of unsung songs and beautiful stories;


We are all but stories of a distant past.
Woven on the lips of a curious child
and shared over a bonfire in a nomad tribe.
Whispered like long forgotten prayers.
Some that were answered, others that were not.
Timeless, like carvings in an underground cave,
waiting patiently for thousands of years
to be discovered by a strange wanderer.

Of pains and sufferings.
Of hopes and dreams.
Of “what ifs” and “what was”.
Of small things that matter.
Like beads in the hands of a darvesh.
Counted again and again in a never ending loop.
Like the spinning and whirling in a sufi's dance.


That can be seen in the architecture of an old castle.
That are painted on the canvas of life.
That are sung in an orchestra that only you listen to.
Echoing and bellowing like a child's cry.


Some of them delicate like pages of an old book.
Sublime and fleeting like the fragrance of your favourite perfume.
Yet profound, like steep mountain cliffs.
Majestic in nature.
Mysterious to understand.
We are all but stories.

This book dives into such stories of faith, miracles, passions and dreams. Stories of patience and perseverance. Stories of travelling the world and exploring new cultures. Stories of walking the corrupt bureaucratic corridors with just an ethical compass and self righteous principles to navigate your way around the political jugglery. Stories of a son, a husband, a father, a world class scrabble player, a brilliant engineer , a cancer survivor and above all a beautiful human being. My Father, Abdul Razzaq Bughio.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to him for enquiries on how to get your hands on the book.