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A book which compelled and drove the imagination of a generation and brought Hindi to the forefront, Chandrakanta is first work of prose in modern Hindi language.
The novel is set in Bengali society of the early 1900's and has four main women characters, two are the ones on whom the accusation of being charitraheen (of loose character) is made. Kiranmayi is the most striking character of the novel. Young and extremely beautiful, very intelligent and argumentative. She surprises and impresses all the three main men in the novel - Satish, Upendra and Diwakar - but her life is ultimately reduced to a shambles by these unthinking men. The three men play very important roles in the lives of the four women, but most of the time, their actions are detrimental to the women. They are orthodox, unthinking, and not in control of their emotions. There is a redemption of all the women in the end but wrong done to the women cannot be righted just like that, even if the women themselves feel so.The depiction of orthodox Hindu society in conflict with Western thoughts brought in by British rule is good. The character sketches are the best part, and their emotions, swinging from one end of the spectrum to the other, make for thoughtful reading.
Set in Bengali society of the early 1900's this novel is a depiction of orthodox Hindu society in conflict with Western thoughts brought in by British rule is good.
This book will help people to live their daily lives with lots of positivity and will motivate them to think seriously about different issues.
In the current world where everyone is running after money, people get involved in indecent activities. These indecent activities give birth to corruption. The writer has given a solution to this problem with the help of the two characters of the novel.
A collection of short stories of Premchand especially written for children. The stories look to the world with the innocence of childhood.
Part two of a collection of short stories of Premchand especially written for children. The stories look to the world with the innocence and simplicity of childhood. Quite different from the modern world theorist it show the souls of the children through the wonderful stories.
Fredrick and Angles wrote detailed, theoretical and practical program of communist party. This is the declaration of the birth story of communist party.
Winner of prestigious Sahitya Akademi award for English story collection. Ruskin Bond, the great story writer, has written some of the best stories for this collection. He has some memoirs of the Dehra where he grew up as writer and stories woven around it.
A fascinating novel written by Sharatchandra which has enthralled millions of readers. The Novel tells the Love story of Devdas and Paro. The novell powerfully depicts the prevailing societal customs in Bengal in the early 1900s, which are largely responsible for preventing the happy ending of a genuine love story. This novel brings the classic tale of star-crossed lovers alive for a new generation of readers
The book is a collection of the thoughts of Lenin on religion which he had written at different times in his life. Lenin was against the oppression of the society in the name of religion.
The poem is based on the rule of Britishers in India. The poem indicates the state of mind of people in the period when India had just got independence.
Written by Dinkar from the years 1932 to 1939 and finally published in 1939, this is one of the best poems written by the poet.
This unit will tell the readers about the growth of marxism and socialism. This also explains about the scientific socialism. The first world war took place in the same time so it traces the causes of world war also. Russian revolution, causes and effects have been discussed in detail for the benefit of student of history. This era also saw the rise of revolutionaries and its effect on India can also be seen. Readers will the the emergence of Gandhi at the end of the unit.
This is the 7th book of EHI01 with emphasis on these topics. Chapter 34. Divatiya Vishwa Yudhdh ke Dauran Bhartiya Rashtravaad; Bharat Chhodo Andolan tatha Ajad Hind Fauj, Chapter 35. Swatantrata ki ore; 1945-1947, Chapter 36. sampradayikta aur Bharat ka vibhajan, Chapter 37. Loktantrik Shasan Pranali ki sthapana.
This unit traces the Indian Naitional Movement during 1920 and 1930. Unit 23 studies the effect of literature on National movement. further chapters discuss about revolutionalry and terrorist movement in the late 1920. Congress started the second revolution in 1930. causes of start of non cooperation movement have also been discussed. communist moement has also been analysed in this unit.
This is the 6th book of EHI01 with emphasis on these topics. Chapter 29 : Sanvaidhanik Sudhar 1921-1935, Chapter 30: 1937 ke chunav tatha congress mantrimandal, Chapter 31: Bhartiya Poonjivaad ka uday; Swatantrata Sangram me uski Bhumika, Chapter 32 : Desi riyasato me Jan Sangharsh,Chapter 33 : Divatiya Vishwa Yudhdh; kaaran, vistaar tatha parinam.
This unit discusses about the constitutional development happening between 1892 to 1920. Non cooperation movement and khilafat movement are discussed in detail. Regional movements like akali and non brahmin movement have also been discussed. swaraj party, its rise and fall has been discussed. The rise of communalism during national movement have also been analysed in this unit.
This unit analyses the rise of colonialism and nationalism in India. With the nationalism it also traces the history of the movement of 1857 in India. Expansionism of Britishers have been discussed and analysed. Administrative and colonial rule have also been discussed and analysed in a very simple way.
This section traces the effort of britishers to strengthen them after revolt of 1857. The emergence of of various movements are also covered in this part. This unit explores the causes of the rise of congress. this unit will also make the readers aware of swadeshi movement.
This is the 8th book of EHI01 with emphasis on these topics. Chapter 38. Yojana aur Audhyogikaran, Chapter 39. Yojana aur Bhoomi Sudhar, Chapter 40. Videsh Neeti 1947-1964, Chapter 41. Dharmnirpekshta: Siddhant aur vyavhaar
In this unit the student learns about the time from 200 b.c to 300 a.d.. The political activities till the end of mauryas in north and north west of india have been analysed. The trade and expansion of cities and changes in the region of religon and art and architecture have been given with proper details.
This unit will enable the student the understand the society before six b.c.. It also we help the student to understand the rise of new groups including janpad and maha janpad. The growth of city centers, social and economic condition has been elaborated in detial. This was the time when we see the rise of buddha as spiritual guru.
This is the 8th book of EHI02 with emphasis on these topics. Chapter 32. Gupt Samrajya, Chapter 33. Guptkaal : Arthvyavastha, Samaj aur Rajyatantra Vyavastha, Chapter 34. Uttar Bharat me Guptkaal ke Baad ke Rajya, Chapter 35. Dakkhan aur Dakshin Bharat ke Rajya.
This is the 7th book of EHI02 with emphasis on these topics. Chapter 27.Dakshin me Arambhik Rajya Nirman, Chapter 28. Dakshin Bharat me Arambhik Rajya ki Utpatti(Tamil Kshetra), Chapter 29. Krashak Bastiyo ka vistaar, Chapter 30. Vyapaar aur shahari kendro ka visthaar, Chapter 31. Tamil Bhasha aur Sahitya ka Vikas