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Manasarovar-Part 1

by Munshi Premchand

A collection of short stories by Premchand

Manasarovar-Part 2

by Munshi Premchand

A collection of Short Stories by Premchand- Part 2

Manasarovar-Part 3

by Munshi Premchand

A collection of short stories by Premchand


by Premchand

An uncompleted work of Premchand, Mangalsutra. A progressive story indicating a clear picture of development in his age. Mangalsutra, a necklace for the bride, is worn in India and the story till the uncompleted end revolves around the lady protagonist.


by Vrindawan Lal Verma

Mangalsutra is based on the women's right to lead independent lives. This fact is depicted beautifully in this play by Vrindawan Lal Verma.


by Nandkishore Naval

Manjeer is a collection of small poems written by Nand Kishore Aggarwal. The poet has expressed his anger in the poems in a simple and effective language.

Maurya Samrajya ka Punravlokan

by Romila Thapar

The book is a review of the Mauryas Reign in India. 40 years after writing about the fall of Ashoka and Mauryas, Romila Thapar and other historians have done an extensive research. The reconstruction of the time goes on in the two lectures given in the book.

Mitti Ke Manav

by Jay Shankar Tripathi

The poet has shown the state of the village Ahcalpur through his poem. The village is surrounded by hills and a river. The poet has made the villagers and farms the medium of the poem.

Moro Wala Bagh

by Anita Desai

The division of India in 1947 took many people away from their home and made thousands and lakhs suffer a lot. Thousands lost their lives and never returned to their homes. Moro wala bagh is children's fiction written on the backdrop of the division of India. Little Juni the protagonist had to leave her home and go to another place far away from her village. In the far away village she found a garden with peacocks all around. Juni spent lot of time there and after seeing the better returned to her village later. The memories of the garden were etched in her mind for a long long time.


by Nandkishore Nawal

This books deals with the life, thoughts and creations of Muktibodh. He was a composer as well as a thinker. He has given his thoughts on the poetry and the society. This book explains briefly the works of Muktibodh.


by Pandit Janardan Jha

Mukut is the Hindi translation of the Bangla version. It shows the result of enmity between brothers. This book can be read by people of all ages.

Nagarjun Rachna Sanchayan

by Rajesh Joshi

After Nirala, Nagarjun is the only poet who has used so many verses, forms and poetic styles. His expression is very proper and direct. His poems and stories mostly tell us about the part of the country where he stayed. In his style, one would find both the independence of wanderlust and speed.

Nari Samasya

by Radhadevi Goyanka

Radhadevi Goyanka has through her book depicted the social problems faced by womenfolk in India. This book is not only the result of her deep study of the subject but she also brings entire society's attention to removal of the problems faced by women.

Natakkar Ashq

by Jagdishchandra Mathur

This book is dedicated to the writing style of Upendranath Ashq. By reading this book, a reader would be able to know much about this famous literature giant.

Natyakala Mimansha

by Govind Das

This book is useful for the writers of Hindi plays. Govind Das tells the readers to be aware of the issues which have to be kept in mind while writing a play.

Nav Nidhi

by Premchand

Nav Nidhi is the collection of stories of Premchand which show the suffering one has to go through when something precious is lost.


by Mahadevi Verma

A collection of poems by one of the great poetesses of Hindi literature, Mahadevi Verma.

Nirbuddhi Ka Raaj Kaaj

by Gopal Das

This book is a collection of old and well-known Indian folk tales. Writer Gopal Das read these stories in Indian antiquities and always wanted to have these in Hindi. Stories like these have expanded constructive and imagination of scores of Indian mass.


by Munshi Premchand

Nirmala a novel by Premchand is based on the background of pre-independence. It narrates the tragic story of a young and vulnerable girl, named Nirmala. Severly torn by poverty, parents of Nirmala could not afford to pay the amount of dowry and she was married to an elderly widower, who had sons of Nirmala`s age. The nature as well as the circumstances bring the step son of widower closer. But the old man gets to know of the affair before anything could happen. The young man dies and brings a lot of inconveniences to Nirmala. The novel deals about the life and activities of Nirmala. Nirmala as a protagonist and as a victim conveys a sensitive issue, which communicates a sense of tragedy rather than moral disapproval. In a sense we can say that with Nirmala we can see a feminist inclination of Indian writing


by William Shakespeare Divakar Prasad Vidyarthi

One of the most horrific tragedies written by Shakespeare. The play grabs and holds us in hypnosis. Iago sets traps like an spider and Othello steadily becomes his prey. Othello kills his wife and then kills himself after finding that he was at fault.


by Veenapani Mohanti Deepti Prakash

Stories in Paatdeyi are the result of the contemporary social conditions of the lower middle and middle classes in Odisha. Veenapani shows the deep understanding of the neglected sections of the society.


by Pandit Damodar Shastri

Pandit Damodar has created this play based on the life of Queen Padmini who is a legend from Rajasthan.

Path De Davedar

by Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay

This is the Hindi translation of the book Pather Daavi written originally in Bangla by the Great Writer Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay. This novel is considered important also because of the dominant feeling of the love for home country. The importance could be understood by the fact that it was seized by the Britishers.

Patjhar Ki Awaaaz

by Mazda Assad Kurrtualin Haider

Kurrtualin tells through the stories about the brutal realities of contemporary society with intense emotion. These simple stories enter the conscience of humankind.

Prachin Bharat Ka Itihas

by Romila Thapar

A classical book written on the different explanations of Ancient Indian History. The writer takes reference from various authentic sources and presents a well balanced description of the society of the ancient India.

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