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Saraswatichandra

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Release Date: 2018
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Hindi Sahitya

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Author: गोविन्दराम माधवराव त्रिपाठी
Publisher: Bhartiya Sahitya Inc.
Release Date: 2013-09-01
Book Size: 16.32 MB
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Category : Fiction
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Hindi Sahitya

by गोविन्दराम माधवराव त्रिपाठी, Hindi Sahitya Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Hindi Sahitya book, सरस्वतीचन्द्र गुजरात का गरिमामय ग्रन्थ-रत्न है । सन् १८८५ के आसपास के संक्रान्तिकाल का विशेषरूप से गुजरात और सामान्यतः समग्र भारत का विस्तृत, तत्त्वस्पर्शी और आर्तदृष्टि-युक्त चित्रण है। भारत के छोटे-बड़े राज्य, अंग्रेजी शासन और उसका देश पर छाया प्रभुत्व, अज्ञान और दारिद्रय इन दो चक्कों के पाटों के बीच पिसती, सत्ताधीशों से शोषित और दासत्व के बोझ से दबी जनता के परिप्रेक्ष्य में लिखी गई एक कालजयी प्रेमकथा जिसमें गृहस्थी और संन्यास के बीच में झूलता नायक अपने भौतिक प्रेम का बलिदान कर व्यक्ति और समाज का उत्थान करने का मार्ग अपनाता है।



Sarasvat Candra

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Publisher: Gurjar Granthratna Karyalay
Release Date: 1960
Book Size: 54.85 MB
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Category : Gujarati fiction
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Saraswatichandra

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Author: Sameer Acharya
Publisher: Harper Collins
Release Date: 2018-06-22
Book Size: 54.28 MB
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Category : Fiction
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by Sameer Acharya, Saraswatichandra Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Saraswatichandra book, In this retelling of Govardhanram Tripathi's sprawling magnum opus, Saraswatichandra, Sameer Acharya makes accessible and brings to life for a modern readership one of Indian literature's great classics. Set in late nineteenth-century India, this is the story of an educated and spiritual young man whose life is at a crossroads. Betrothed to and in love with Kumud, he nevertheless breaks off their engagement due to escalating familial tensions, and leaves Bombay to learn about his country and seek enlightenment. A series of events leads both Kumud, now married, and Saraswatichandra to an ashram, where they must decide how to go on with their lives ... At its heart, this is a novel about an India where tradition and modernity are locked in battle.



Saraswatichandra

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Author: Sameer Acharya
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Release Date: 2018-07-29
Book Size: 79.57 MB
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Category : Fiction
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by Sameer Acharya, Saraswatichandra Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Saraswatichandra book, In this retelling of Govardhanram Tripathi's sprawling magnum opus, Saraswatichandra, Sameer Acharya makes accessible and brings to life for a modern readership one of Indian literature's great classics. Saraswatichandra has long been regarded as one of the finest works of Gujarati fiction. It had a profound impact on millions of Indians, including Mahatma Gandhi, seeking to navigate the development of an Indian identity while recognizing a changing political and cultural climate. It is believed that the main character, Saraswatichandra, was an inspiration to Gandhi and many of India's freedom fighters, as a man who sought to learn about a nation of people, so he could devote his life to uplifting that nation, particularly the poor and uneducated. The characters and storylines in Saraswatichandra have gone on to inspire millions of people and has been recreated in both film and television. It is the story of unrequited love between Saraswatichandra, a quiet, romantic and selfless young man who seeks to serve his countrymen, and Kumud, the beautiful and kind-hearted daughter of a prominent minister of a princely state in the Indian state of Gujarat. Saraswatichandra and Kumud are arranged to be married. But due to family conflicts, Saraswatichandra breaks off the engagement and seeks to live out his life in service to God and his people. But he can't ignore his love for Kumud. He attempts to get to her home and beg her father's permission to marry her. But he arrives too late. Kumud was quickly married off to another man, Pramadhan, also the son of a prominent and wealthy minister. And while Saraswatichandra was devastated, in his heart he had to know if Kumud was happy in her new life. He travels to Suvarnapur, where Kumud lives with her husband and his family. Saraswatichandra disguises his true identity and ends up working for Kumud's father-in-law, before he learns that seeing him every day was torture for her. Not wishing to cause her any more pain, Saraswatichandra leaves Suvarnapur. Their fates align and they both end up at the same holy ashram on the Gujarat coast, where they must reconcile their feelings while acknowledging society's customs and traditions. The key themes from the original storyline remain just as prevalent today as they were when it was first published. How should an individual weigh his or her ambition with the expectations and needs of others, particularly family? Should someone follow their heart and seek individual happiness above all, or otherwise pursue a path that will please others at the cost of individual happiness? Sons, even devoted ones, often have difficult relationships with fathers. But they still might seek their respect and appreciation even if it means choosing a path that is frowned upon. But what if that path serves a nobler purpose and gives an individual deeper fulfillment? Is that selfish behavior by a son, or an honorable choice by a man? Saraswatichandra is at heart, a love story. And yet, the reader is left to wonder how should cultural values and political opinions be shaped by outside forces? Is it acceptable to consider new ways of thinking that challenge centuries of structure and tradition if it leads to personal happiness? Can a woman remain single and still be respected? Can a man and a woman successfully work together as friends without suspicion from others?



Modern Indian Literature An Anthology Fiction

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Author: K. M. George
Publisher: South Asia Books
Release Date: 1992
Book Size: 62.41 MB
Book Format: PDF, Docs
Category : English literature
Languages : en
Pages : 1192
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Modern Indian Literature An Anthology Fiction

by K. M. George, Modern Indian Literature An Anthology Fiction Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Modern Indian Literature An Anthology Fiction book, This Volume Is Devoted To Fiction Mirrors The Range And Variety Of The Creative Upsurge In The Novel And Short Story In Colonial And Post Colonial India. The Book Attempts To Capture The Very Essence Of Our National Renaissance And The Consequent Search For Identity As Reflected In Our Fiction.



Ideals Images And Real Lives

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Author: Alice Thorner
Publisher: Orient Blackswan
Release Date: 2000
Book Size: 30.49 MB
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Category : Feminism
Languages : en
Pages : 353
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Ideals Images And Real Lives

by Alice Thorner, Ideals Images And Real Lives Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Ideals Images And Real Lives book, Women studies as a distinct field emerged in India in the mid-seventies. But preoccupation with the position of women dates back to more than a century and a half. By the use of methods of history, literary criticism and analysis of discourse, this volume seeks not only to illustrate the broadening of the sphere of women studies in India in recent years, but also to point to the need for relating ideas about women and gender relations to the social and economic forces that shape history.



Indian Feminisms

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Author: Jasbir Jain
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Release Date: 2001
Book Size: 47.11 MB
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Category : Feminism
Languages : en
Pages : 231
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Indian Feminisms

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Women Images

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Author: Pratibha Jain
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Release Date: 1996
Book Size: 12.12 MB
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Category : Women
Languages : en
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Enlite

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Release Date: 1968
Book Size: 57.10 MB
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Film World

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Release Date: 1981
Book Size: 19.48 MB
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Category : Motion pictures
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Breaking Out Of Invisibility

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Author: Aparna Basu
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Release Date: 2002
Book Size: 76.34 MB
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Category : Women
Languages : en
Pages : 343
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Breaking Out Of Invisibility

by Aparna Basu, Breaking Out Of Invisibility Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Breaking Out Of Invisibility book, Since the mid-1970s gender has been introduced as a fundamental category of social, cultural and historical reality, perception and study. Social history is becoming more intelligible through recent studies on women. Women are no longer invisible in history. This monograph marks a welcome recognition of the importance of situating women's history within the broader perspective of social history, and illustrates the wide variety of themes in women's history on which historians have been working over the last few decades. The essays in this monograph have been written with great insight and bear ample evidence of painstaking research.