Godaan (Hindi, Paperback, Premchand)
This is the story of Hori, a poor peasant, who longs to own a cow. Hori is so desperate that he gets into an agreement with one of the villagers who gives him a cow in exchange. As much as Hori is delighted, he era, his brother, is jealous. What happens when he era kills the cow? One of the greatest Hindi novels of modern Indian literature, God a an was Premchand’s last complete novel. It continues to remain one of the greatest Hindi novels of modern Indian literature. Born Dhanpat Rai Shrivastava on 31 July 1880 in Lamhi village near Varanasi, India, Munshi Premchand began his writing career in 1901. His first short novel, Asrar e Ma’abid (Secrets of God’s Abode), written in Urdu was published in a weekly between 8 October 1903 to February 1905. He wrote on a variety of topics including prostitution, poverty, dowry, child widowhood, and feudal system, using his works as a vehicle for arousing public awareness. He was the first Hindi author whose works featured social realism. Premchand has penned down hundreds of short stories, more than a dozen novels, plays, and several critical essays. His most celebrated works include Vardaan (1912), Seva Sadan (1918), Premashram (1922), Rangbhoomi (1925), Nirmala (1927), Pratigya (1927), Gaban (1931), Karmabhoomi (1932), Godaan (1936
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