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Biography: Munshi Premchand

Munshi Premchand (Dhanapatri in real life), began his literary career as an Urdu novelist and short story writer and during the British regime in the India invited the wrath of then rulers because of the patriotic fever in his writings. With deep understanding an appreciation of the social problems in the life of common people, he prolifically wrote stories and novels in Hindi that touched the innermost cords of people's hearts which sensitively responded to pain as well as pleasure reflected in his work. 

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Munshi Premchand (1880-1936)
Munshi Premchand (1880-1936)
Premchand was one of the greatest writers of Hindi language

Source: Adhunika Bharat Ke Nirmata, V.N. O'Key Felicitation Committee, Bombay, 1989

 

 

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