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A story of a Brahmin boy who narrates series of events in his past twenty years.
An extension of the work of the writer in Narratives and the making of History. It gives an in depth knowledge of the inter-conflict of Turkish and Persian sources. Some have called this work even as Rashoman syndrome.
Soordas was a devotee as well as a great poet. He is one of the first poets of Braj. This book investigates the life and literature of Soordas. Manager Pandey presents a very well balanced suggestive and critical writing on the great poet.
It traces the glorrious freedom movement of India. All aspects of the movements have been covered beautifully
Written by Viraj, the book Tiranga Jhanda is based on the tricolor flag on Indian Republic. The book consists of four small plays. In all the four plays the writer tells the readers to give everything for their mother country.
Uthaigeer is an autobiographical novel as a member of the downtrodden society. A sharp satire on the social inequality which is quite clear and vocal in the story.
The book contains lectures of Heras Memorial lecture series on state and dynasties in ancient india. The lectures were given by Romila Thapar in February 1980 at St Xaviers college. In these lectures the nature of Indian society in the first millenium BC has been highlighted.
Vardaan is a tragic story of two lovers. The lovers who played together since childhood and dreamt of spending their lives together, dreams shattered like playing cards. The novel has the love story of Virjan and Pratap and at the same time Madhvi and Pratap. In the end Madhvi decides to leave everything and becomes a yogini. An intense story which is a must-read for Premchand lovers.
Romain Rolland was strongly influenced by the Vedanta philosophy of India, primarily through the works of Swami Vivekananda. He gives a brief sketch of the lives of Ramkrishna and Vivekananda and introduces the vedanta philosophy to the readers. Readers also know the life and journeys of Swami Vivekananda.
Wah Lambi Khamoshi is the Hindi translation of 1990 Sahitya Akademi Award-winning novel That Long Silence. This is in effect, a slow, cruel self-revelation. The novel traces the life of narrator Jaya Kulkarni who is married to Mohan and is mother of two children. The novel exposes threadbare, the tense realities of the average Indian family’s architecture. Wah Lambi Khamoshi crawls in a very slow present while shuttling to span a long, complex past of multiple family ties, giving it an annoying sense of unmoving station – the narrative flow frozen. It is a personal redemption to a battle already lost.
Sri Viyogihar writes in a particular fashion and forces the reader and different sections of the society to act in the way they are expected to.
The novel was published in three parts in Vichitra magazine. In first two parts it was called Teen Peedhiyan (Three Generations) and in the third it was named as Yogayog. One more jewel from one of the greatest writer from India.
Based on the national policy of education, the Maharastra government has made this book to suit the needs of the students of Maharstra. This book contains the language and literature of Hindi for class eleventh of Maharastra Education Board.