Ghubar e Khatar is a collection of letters of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, he was president of Congress, India. In meeting of congress held on August 1942, they passed a resolution against British Administration. It was era of Second World War and British could not ignore this resolution so on next day, early in the morning, British Administration arrested all Congress leaders from their houses and kept them in detention in different places of India. This detention was long for three years, Maulana Abu al Kalam Azad was kept in Fort of Ahmed Nagar, India. He penned down these letters in Jail and was published after his death.