Posts Tagged: Translations

Ladai/ War by Bhuvneshwar

Ladai/ War by Bhuvneshwar

The train that started from Chandpur was running late by twenty five minutes. The P.W.I trolley was being attached to the train and the pathetic ...

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A Trug full of Mud/ Tokri Bhar Mitti by Madhavrao Sapre- A translation

A Trug full of Mud/ Tokri Bhar Mitti by Madhavrao Sapre- A translation

About the author-  Madhavrao Sapre, writing in the early twentieth century is known for bringing out the Hindi Kesari as well as he started bringing out  collection of ...

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Panch Maharaj by Balkrishna Bhatt- A translation

Panch Maharaj by Balkrishna Bhatt- A translation

• We have maintained the word Panch Maharaj as the writer is deliberately using this term to bring out the irony of the situation presented ...

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Voluptuary / Vilasi by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay- A translation

Voluptuary / Vilasi by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay- A translation

Author’s note– Don’t know from which village boy’s diary has this extract being taken. It is not necessary to know the boy’s name but for ...

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A winter night/ Poos ki raat by Munshi Premchand- A translation

A winter night/ Poos ki raat by Munshi Premchand- A translation

About the author: Munshi Premchand is one of the famous writers of Hindi literature of the twentieth century. His works focus on social issues and ...

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Churiwaali/ Bangle seller by Jaishankar Prasad- A translation

Churiwaali/ Bangle seller by Jaishankar Prasad- A translation

About the author: Jaishankar Prasad is a prominent figure of Hindi Literature and his epic poem Kamyani is considered as one of   the greatest literary ...

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A precious gift/ Anmol Bhet by Rabindranath Tagore- A translation

A precious gift/ Anmol Bhet by Rabindranath Tagore- A translation

About the author : Recipient of Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913, Rabindranath Tagore reshaped the Bengali literature in the most dramatic manner through his songs, poetry ...

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She said it/ Usne kaha tha by Chandradhar Sharma ‘Guleri ‘- A translation

She said it/ Usne kaha tha by Chandradhar Sharma ‘Guleri ‘- A translation

About the author : Chandradhar Sharma ‘Guleri ‘ wrote in Hindi, Pali and Sanskrit. One of the leading lights of Hindi literature, he is along with ...

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