Jul 25, Bade Ghar Ki Beti (बड़े घर की बेटी) in Hindi by Munshi Premchand – Download ebook on Dailyhunt. Bade Ghar Ki Beti wo Anya Kahaniyan (Hindi Edition) बड़े घर की बेटी व अन्य कहानियां eBook: Munshi Premchand: : Kindle Store. in hindi navels must read all the book like story novels written by munshi Premachnd. A heart-warming short story by the best of hindi literary authors, Munshi Premchand. Fell in love with his novel, Nirmala during college and now reading his.

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Anandi had no alternative but to swallow this insult. Neeraj Kumar Tiwari rated it it was amazing Oct 07, What’s astonishing is that these gems were written a century ago but they still ring a bell in our society today.

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For this reason, Thakur Bhoop Singh was very fond of her; beautiful children are often doted upon by their premcband. Being today Premchands One of my favourite writer B’day, I read it again. One day she is insulted by her head-strong brother-in-law who hurls his sandals at her over a trivial issue.

Rakesh Jaiswal rated it it was amazing Mar 06, Shrikanthasingh was an exact contrast.

He is yet to write about men and women like Hori and Dhania, Ghisu and Madho, Dukhia and Jhuria, Jokhu and Gangi, the thakurs, the nawabs, the banias and pandits, and many others like them.

In the s, he was influenced by Mahatma Gandhi’s non-cooperation movement and the accompanying struggle for social reform. Benimadavasingh was coming in. Sonal Bhargava rated it really liked it Jan 17, Arnav June 15, at 6: Shrikanthasingh used to come home every Saturday. If you love him so much, you let me go. Unknown October 29, at 7: Anandi had brought along her silk slippers to stroll in the garden; but there was no garden!


She rushed angrily into her room, shaking like a leaf in the wind. It was difficult for Shrikantha to get rid of them.

Bade Ghar Ki Beti ( बड़े घर की बेटी )

Thanks a lot ,I didn’t understand anything at first. Short story on how a family feud is stopped by an understanding woman. All the efforts expended in earning a B. Thakur sahib faced a great dilemma: From the debating club he had acquired the habit of sticking to his argument, and he could not follow the tactics employed by his father.


Born Dhanpat Rai, he began writing under the pen name “Nawab Rai”, but subsequently switched to “Premchand”, while he is also known as “Munshi Premchand”, Munshi being an honorary prefix. These two letters had debilitated his body and robbed his face of all its brightness. When Lalbihari sat betu eat he found no ghee in the dal.

Anonymous July 21, at 5: Women destroy their households like this.

Unknown January 26, at 9: The objective is merely to exhort readers to read the original or better translations. For him the lack of interest in joint family seen among women today was harmful for the community and the country. Anonymous July 25, at 6: But Anandi shows much wisdom; she swallows her pride, forgives her brother-in-law, and saves the joint family from disintegrating. Anonymous July 16, at 8: Thus, the incident threatens to divide the joint family.


Tomorrow is my test and it helped me to understand it very clearly He kept tossing in his bed. Sandeep Ashok March 10, at 9: Her father, Bhoop Singh, was a talukdara land holder who collected taxes from a small estate. Aug 09, Sumeet Mahendra rated it it was amazing. Pradeep Bailwal rated it really liked it Mar 23, Anandi narrated the story. Anonymous January 26, at Thank you so much. Tears welled up in his eyes. Old-timers say that an elephant used to stand guard at the gate of the mansion.

The elder son was called Shrikanth Singh; he had after many years of toil secured a B. She looked into the pot.

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Undoubtedly, he was regretting what he had done. Anandi was a girl from a great upper-class family. Benimadhav had gifted away a major portion of his property to lawyers; his present annual income was no more than rupees. Fell in love with his novel, Nirmala during college and now reading his books after all these years is pure nostalgia. And in my absence slippers and shoes are hurled at women.