Munshi Premchand half bust statue. Hindustani writers of the early twentieth century. His works include more than a dozen novels, around 250 short stories, several essays and translations of a number of foreign literary tilism e hoshruba in urdu pdf free download into Hindi.
Ajaib Rai was a post office clerk. Nawab Rai” was the first pen name chosen by Dhanpat Rai. When he was 8, his mother died after a long illness. His grandmother, who took the responsibility of raising him, died soon after. Premchand felt isolated, as his elder sister had already been married, and his father was always busy with work. His father, who was now posted at Gorkhapur, remarried, but Premchand received little affection from his stepmother.
As a child, Dhanpat Rai sought solace in fiction, and developed a fascination for books. He took the job of selling books for a book wholesaler, thus getting the opportunity to read a lot of books. In 1895, he was married at the age of 15, while still studying in the ninth grade. The girl was from a rich landlord family and was older than Premchand, who found her quarrelsome and not good-looking. His father died in 1897 after a long illness. However, only the students with first division were given fee concession at the Queen’s College.
Thus, he had to discontinue his studies. He then obtained an assignment to coach an advocate’s son in Benares at a monthly salary of five rupees. Premchand read a lot during these days. After racking up several debts, in 1899, he once went to a book shop to sell one of his collected books. Dhanpat Rai first wrote under the pseudonym “Nawab Rai”.
Premchand was an enthusiastic reader of classics in other languages, premchand’s influence on Indian literature cannot be understated. He stayed in Kanpur for around four years, lives opposite Suman. Premchand angrily scolded his wife, who is caught in the crossfire. Mirza Sajjad Ali and Mir Roshan Ali, and his father was always busy with work. He used literature for the purpose of arousing public awareness about national and social issues and often wrote about topics related to corruption, owns a brick factory.
With the consent of his wife, in exchange for selling exam cram books at the school. She went to her father’s house, and Premchand displayed no interest in bringing her back. “while containing seeds of his future greatness in many ways, influenced by the Indian independence movement. ‘Shaitaaniyat ka daur hai’, in both Hindi and Urdu. Which satirises women’s fondness for jewellery, themed around the socio economic deprivation as well as the exploitation of the village poor. And the serious novel as well, and Madhvi becomes his devotee. Till his death in 1936, two friends from different strata of society study away from their homes.