Mansarover - 1

Mansarover - 1

Author : premchandPublish Date : May 09, 2016

Publisher: General Press

Pages: 160

Genre: Fiction


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Premchand was born on July 31, 1880 in Lajhi village near Varanasi. His father Ajaib Rai was a clerk in the post office. He was the fourth child of Ajaib Rai and Anandi Devi. 

From the age of seven, he started his studies with a madrassa where he learned Urdu and Persian from a cleric. 
He found comfort in the books. At an early age, Read many books of Persian and English literature. After some time, he took admission in Queen's College, Varanasi. . Premchand passed the matriculation examination in the second grade. Due to weakness in mathematics and math, the studies were missed in the middle. Afterwards, he got the opportunity to enter Inter and B. a.Passed the test of. 
Son of a lawyer of Varanasi Rs. 5 The train of life went ahead by teaching tuition on the month. After some time, Rs 18 Got a school teacher's job in the month In 1900, a government teacher got a job and lived a decent house. 
Dhanpat Rai first started writing Urdu in the name of 'Nawab Rai'. He later wrote in the name of Premchand in Hindi. Premchand wrote 14 novels, over 300 stories, drama, reviews, articles, editorials and memoirs. His stories have been translated into many languages of the world. Premchand stayed in Mumbai and wrote the script for the film 'Mazdoor'. 


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Premchand was suffering from stomach ulcer for quite a long time, due to which his health was falling from day to day. Due to this, on 8th October, 1936, the constable of the pen had taken a leave of all. Got a school teacher's job in the month In 1900, a government teacher got a job and lived a decent house. Dhanpat Rai started writing in Urdu after 'Nawab Rai' in Urdu. He later wrote in the name of Premchand in Hindi. Premchand wrote 14 novels, over 300 stories, drama, reviews, articles, editorials and memoirs. His stories have been translated into many languages of the world. Premchand stayed in Mumbai and wrote the script for the film 'Mazdoor'. Premchand was suffering from stomach ulcer for quite a long time, due to which his health was falling from day to day. Following this, on October 8, 1936, the constable of the Khalla took leave from all. Got a school teacher's job in the month In 1900, a government teacher got a job and lived a decent house. Dhanpat Rai first started writing Urdu in the name of 'Nawab Rai'. He later wrote in the name of Premchand in Hindi. Premchand wrote 14 novels, over 300 stories, drama, reviews, articles, editorials and memoirs. His stories have been translated into many languages of the world. Premchand stayed in Mumbai and wrote the script for the film 'Mazdoor'. Premchand was suffering from stomach ulcers for quite a long time, due to which his health was falling from day to day. Following this, on October 8, 1936, the constable of the Khalla took leave from all.Over 300 stories, drama, reviews, articles, editorials and memoirs were written. His stories have been translated into many languages of the world. Premchand stayed in Mumbai and wrote the script for the film 'Mazdoor'. Premchand was suffering from stomach ulcers for quite a long time, due to which his health was falling from day to day. Following this, on October 8, 1936, the constable of the Khalla took leave from all. Over 300 stories, drama, reviews, articles, editorials and memoirs were written. His stories have been translated into many languages of the world. Premchand stayed in Mumbai and wrote the script for the film 'Mazdoor'. Premchand was suffering from stomach ulcers for quite a long time, due to which his health was falling from day to day. Due to this, on 8th October, 1936, the victim of this clan took leave from all.

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