2. Godan:-Premchand is a classical narrator of modern Hindi literature. He wrote in all the genres of the Katha-Kul ??? story, novel, short story etc. and by his nearly thirty-five years of literature and about fourteen novels and three hundred stories, he was accepted as 'Premchand Yuga' and forever immortal. Have become. Premchand's novel 'Sevasadan' became so popular that it was considered to be the best Hindi novel. 'Sevasadan' depicts the prostitute problem and its solution, which was the new theme for the Hindi psyche.'Premashram' is the inauguration of zamindar-peasant relations and the impact of western civilization. 'Rangbhoomi' has a very comprehensive depiction of Gandhi's freedom struggle through Surdas. 'Rejuvenation' is the story of physical and mental rejuvenation. In 'Nirmala' there is a story of dowry-practice and ill-effects of marriage. In the novel 'Pratigya', the story of 'Prema' is presented with some changes.'Gaban' is the downfall of the younger generation and 'Karmabhoomi' underlines the country's political struggle. 'Godan' is the tragic story of the ruin of farmers and agrarian life. Premchand has a great contribution as a novelist. He gave the Indian idiom to the Hindi novel and connected it with society and culture and presented a new ideal by making the ordinary person a hero.He gave standard form to Hindi language and immortalized forever by giving Indian novel to Hindi novel in India and abroad. ???Dr. Kamal Kishore Goenka.rn
3. Gaban:-Gaban is a Hindi novel by Munshi Premchand, written in 1931. Through this novel, he tries to show the falling moral values among lower middle class Indian youth in the era of British India, and to what heights a person can get to, to reach the world of elite class,and maintain the false image as a rich person. It tells the story of Ramanath, a handsome, pleasure seeking, boastful, but a morally weak person, who tries to make his wife Jalpa, happy by gifting her jewelry which he can't really afford to buy via his meager salary, and then gets engulfed in a web of debts, which ultimately forces him to commit embezzlement. It is considered Premchand's best work, after Godaan.
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