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Ishwarchand Vidyasagar

by Hiranyamay Banerjee

Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar has made Bangla literature popular by translating the books into simpler language and freeing them from the complex Sanskrit words. He was also a great social reformer. Hiranymay Banerjee has focused on those aspects of his life which made him one of the best human beings in the history of India.

Itihas Ke Aanshu

by Ramdhari Singh Dinkar

Dinkar describes the Himalaya and Delhi in this book of poems. The most prominent is Magadh Mahima.

Jaanch Commission

by Ra. Showrirajan

Translated from the original Tamil novel into Hindi, Jaanch Commission is the story of Tangharaju who loses his life due to atrocities by police, which finally results in the setting up of an inquiry commission.

Jalpari Ka Mayajal

by Webstar Devis Jeerva

The state of Meghalaya in India is divided in three parts, out of which two are of Khasi and one is of Jayantia mountain range. The current story is the collection from Khasi land of Meghalaya. The writer has kept alive the attraction of Angels in the story.

Jayshankar Prasad

by Ramesh Chandar Shah

Ramesh Chandra Shah has presented the biography of Jayshankar Prasad in this book and has presented the in-depth evaluation of his work. Shah presents Prasad as a writer whose writings are based on the foundation of psychological realism.

Jhanjha Bhawan

by Emily Bronte Madhubraj Shrimali

Jhanjha Bhawan is the Hindi Translation of the famous book "Wuthering Heights" by Emily Bronte.

Jungle Katha

by Horacio Quiroga Preeti Pant

The Jungle Katha is a collection of short stories written in Spanish and translated to Hindi by Preeti Pant. The main theme of these stories is how animals can teach humans many values.

Jungle ki ek Raat

by Leelawati Bhagwat

An exciting story full of adventure-travel. The traveling girls get separated in the darkness of the jungle. They took all the challenges jungle threw at them, and came out as winners. An interesting story full of episodes and adventures.

Jungle Taapu

by Jasbeer Bhullar

Jungle Taapu is about the world of animals. One day a child comes there accidentally. A sensation spreads all over the jungle. He starts growing with the animals. One day he has to leave the jungle. Why? To know, read this interesting story.

Kabootaron Ki Udaan

by Ruskin Bond

Set in 1857, Kabootaron Ki Udaan is a translation of the famous novel written by Ruskin. It is a story of Ruth Labadoor reaching to her relatives with the help of Hindu and Muslim friends. A story so interesting that a famous film director couldn’t resist making a film of this story. A classic from Ruskin and a must-read.


by Pratima Sharan

The play was written in a time when Bihari theatre didn’t have much of the play to be staged. Kalpana is an attempt to give a realistic play to be staged. Although there are only three or four characters in the play, it brings effectiveness in the play.


by Jayshankar Prasad

Kamayani looks at the Chayawaadi school of Hindi poetry. It plays continuously with the human emotions and takes metaphors from mythologies. The chapters even are named after the emotions. The plot is based on the Vedic story where Manu, the man surviving after the deluge (Pralaya), is emotionless (Bhavanasunya). Anyone having interest in Hindi poetry must read it.


by Premchand

Recognized as the foremost writer in both Hindi and Urdu during the early twentieth century Premchand in this novel depicts the truthfulness of Gandhian way of fighting the odds in life. Indeed a novel down to earth with many lessons to learn.

Karmu Pradhan

by Ramujagar Dubey

Karmu Pradhan is a play of a boy who gave prime importance to "KARMA". The play also gives artistic energy to the rural development which becomes evident while seeing the unfolding of the events in the play.

Kavya Pradeep Class 11

by Dr Suryanarayan Ranshubhe

This is collection of hindi poems from 1910 to 2010 for students of class eleven of Maharastra education board.

Kisey Kehtay Hain Natyakala

by Shambhu Mitra

A series of selections from the Hindi quarterly Samakalin Bharatiya Sahitya. Those who are inclined towards the Hindi plays must read this and have this book in their collection.

Kuch Sahityik Samasyein

by Sriyut Sahridaya

The book deals with the problems writers face while writing literature. The author picks up all the major problematic areas and tries to explain them.

Laxmi Bahu

by Srimati Gopaldevi

Laxmi Bahu is the Hindi translation work of the Bengali novel Lakhi Bau. It has been written for the womenfolk to follow the steps of Laxmi in the novel. There has been a little bit of change from the Bengali version to make its appeal universal in nature.


by Rambalak Shastri

As per the name of it, the book describes the life of Lokmany bal Gangadhar Tilak. The play describes some interesting stories of Lokmanya's life. Readers are bound to get lots of motivation after reading it.


by Maxim Gorki

Initially published in English, this book displays the power of the common man. The book is based on some of the real incidents with Powel Blasov and his mother Nilovena. Written during the years 1905-07 this book is still popular with the readers all over the world


by Takashi Shivshankar Pillai

Story of a simple romance woven around the blind faith of the fishermen in coastal area of Kerala. Awarded by Sahitya Akademi in 1957, it presents the real picture of fishermens' lives.

Madhyakalin Bharat me Itihas lekhan, Dharm aur rajya ka Swaroop

by Satish Chandra

In this book, essays on medieval Indian society, culture, including articles on the state have been selected. In places blocks where history writing and culture has been discussed, they display the changes which came in historical thinking in India after Independence.

Mahadevi Rachna Sanchayan

by Vishwanath Prasad Tiwari

Mahadevi Rachna Sanchayan is the collection of the stories and poems taken from Verma's personal and social life. It describes the pathetic condition of the neglected, depressed and humiliated society.

Mai Dilli Hu

by Ramavtar Tyagi

The history of Delhi is presented in the form of poetry. The book tries to put both the story and poem together. The history of Delhi has been put in the chronological way.

Makhanlal Chaturvedi

by Shrikant Joshi

Makhanlal Chaturvedi has written in all forms of literature. He has made the art of life an immortalized one. He has given new dimension to the expression and a sense of dedication to the literature. Srikant Joshi brings brings out the colours of life of Chaturvedi.

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