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Narak Ka Marg Tatha Anya Kahaniyan

Narak Ka Marg Tatha Anya Kahaniyan

PREMCHAND
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Narak Ka Marg shows the horrific situation of a woman arising out of the horrors of unmatched marriage. The heroine of the story is married to such a person, who doesn’t matched her. She comes out to commit suicide, but the society is trapped in the clutches of the poorest, beautiful lovers. Along with this, other best stories of Premchand are also given in this collection.

Imprint: Hind Pocket Books

Published: Nov/2020

ISBN: 9789353497026

Length : 200 Pages

MRP : ₹150.00

Narak Ka Marg Tatha Anya Kahaniyan

PREMCHAND

Narak Ka Marg shows the horrific situation of a woman arising out of the horrors of unmatched marriage. The heroine of the story is married to such a person, who doesn’t matched her. She comes out to commit suicide, but the society is trapped in the clutches of the poorest, beautiful lovers. Along with this, other best stories of Premchand are also given in this collection.

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PREMCHAND

Literary giant Premchand's stories are the stories of the largest and most widespread section of the Indian society. He has written novels, short stories, plays, commentaries, essays, editorials and memoirs, although he was primarily a fiction writer. He has written 15 novels, more than 300 short stories, 3 plays, 10 translations, 7 children's books and editorials, lectures, prefaces, letters etc that run into thousands of pages. His novels, Godaan and Gaban, and his short stories, Shatranj ke Khilaadi , Kafan, etc. were made into films. Sevasadan, Premaashram, Rangbhumi, Karmabhumi, Nirmala etc. are his other prominent works.

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