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One of the most-renowned works of Premchand, Pratigya depicts the tormented life of the widows in Indian society. Amritrai, a widower, loves Prema, the sister of his deceased wife. But after listening to a pundit in an Arya Samaj temple, he pledges to marry a widow. Amritrai is looked upon with disdain by his friend Dannath for his pledge.
How will Amritrai’s pledge affect his life and the lives of those around?

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Born Dhanpat Rai Shrivastava on 31 July 1880 in Lamhi village near Varanasi, India, Munshi Premchand began his writing career in 1901. His first short novel, Asrar e Ma’abid (Secrets of God’s Abode), written in Urdu was published in a weekly between 8 October 1903 to February 1905. He wrote on a variety of topics including prostitution, poverty, dowry, child widowhood, and feudal system, using his works as a vehicle for arousing public awareness. He was the first Hindi author whose works featured social realism. Premchand has penned down hundreds of short stories, more than a dozen novels, plays, and several critical essays. His most celebrated works include Vardaan (1912), Seva Sadan (1918), Premashram (1922), Rangbhoomi (1925), Nirmala (1927), Pratigya (1927), Gaban (1931), Karmabhoomi (1932), Godaan (1936). Premchand breathed his last on 8 October 1936. One of the most influential writers of Indian literature, his works continue to remain popular and are translated in various foreign languages across the world.

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About the Book

One of the most-renowned works of Premchand, Pratigya depicts the tormented life of the widows in Indian society. Amritrai, a widower, loves Prema, the sister of his deceased wife. But after listening to a pundit in an Arya Samaj temple, he pledges to marry a widow. Amritrai is looked upon with disdain by his friend Dannath for his pledge.
How will Amritrai’s pledge affect his life and the lives of those around?

About the Author

Born Dhanpat Rai Shrivastava on 31 July 1880 in Lamhi village near Varanasi, India, Munshi Premchand began his writing career in 1901. His first short novel, Asrar e Ma’abid (Secrets of God’s Abode), written in Urdu was published in a weekly between 8 October 1903 to February 1905. He wrote on a variety of topics including prostitution, poverty, dowry, child widowhood, and feudal system, using his works as a vehicle for arousing public awareness. He was the first Hindi author whose works featured social realism. Premchand has penned down hundreds of short stories, more than a dozen novels, plays, and several critical essays. His most celebrated works include Vardaan (1912), Seva Sadan (1918), Premashram (1922), Rangbhoomi (1925), Nirmala (1927), Pratigya (1927), Gaban (1931), Karmabhoomi (1932), Godaan (1936). Premchand breathed his last on 8 October 1936. One of the most influential writers of Indian literature, his works continue to remain popular and are translated in various foreign languages across the world.
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Title Pratigya (Hindi) Height
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ISBN-13 9789388810494 Binding Paperback
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Publisher Fingerprint! Publishing Pages 160
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