मैला आँचल PDF Þ Paperback

मैला आँचल PDF Þ Paperback


10 thoughts on “मैला आँचल (Maila Aanchal)

  1. Sheetal Maurya - Godse (Halo of Books) Sheetal Maurya - Godse (Halo of Books) says:

    This book travels from the era of pre independence to post independence The author has tried to show various social political aspects through various characters This book give a great message but it has end number of grammatical mistakes which I think should not be there as it is the 39th edition Overall a good read


  2. Siddhartha Siddhartha says:

    This book is a masterpiece describing the rural and semirural life of Bihar an Indian state during the time of Indian Independence struggle Writing in the local collouial hindi Renu beautifully potrays the real picture of effects of Gandhism communism religious fundamenatalism and congress party politics on the tumultous life of the villagers I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book


  3. Anuj More Anuj More says:

    The book explores the life of a village in North Bihar India The situations living conditions thoughts society are as relevant today as in times when the book was writtenThe folk songs in between adds flavor in the happenings of the village After a few pages I started feeling that I am an insider and experiencing the events first handA must read to know about the social and political life of Bihar


  4. Dhiraj Nirbhay Dhiraj Nirbhay says:

    so nice i read it 4 times Manihari Katihar Purniya A real story of village #Renu was too nicely use their pen nd create an amazing story #GramyAnchalkKathakar #Renu


  5. Nikunj Bharti Nikunj Bharti says:

    The books language is its style its story telling Speaking language It is full of slangs used by people of Mithila area of BiharApart from it entire life of human being is captured in it A complete book A Hindi Classic


  6. Anjali Mishra Anjali Mishra says:

    When innocence tears smile emotions pain love and sweet aroma of a remote village of India comes with a book that is called मैला आँचल


  7. Anshul Mishra Anshul Mishra says:

    It's a hindi classic written in a prose too rusty to be acknowledged as literary Hindi Made my hindi graduate parents uestion my choices in life My father scoffed at it saying this is village Hindi how are you even reading it? I had no answers But I somehow still breezed through it It is a crash course in understanding Indian villages customs festivals uarrels and various other idiosyncrasies The author Phanishwarnath Renu never meant to achieve the literary status the book has received Which is why the prose breaks all conventions You'd enjoy it if you have a soft corner for the countryside


  8. Garett Hotte Garett Hotte says:

    This book gives us a peak into the politics and cultural changes of India throughout its independence from Britain from the perspective of a small village near the Pakistan border We see defenders of traditionalism and the oppressive caste system clash with modernists and socialists seeking to change India for the benefit of all We also see how each of these groups are taken over by opportunists who spout party lines but are only concerned with increasing their own wealth and power


  9. Bharat Jogadia Bharat Jogadia says:

    This is very good book explaining the social political life of India This does not apply only to rural India but urban too Phanishwar ji explains inception of democracy India the power that came with it and how powerhungryness is destroyed it


  10. Ardhendu Mishra Ardhendu Mishra says:

    its maila aanchal how bad sometimes translations aresic


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मैला आँचल (Maila Aanchal) [Reading] ➸ मैला आँचल (Maila Aanchal) By फणीश्वर नाथ रेणु – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This social novel details the trials and tribulations of a small group of people in a remote village of North East Bihar during the uit India Movement It also has the reference of a young doctor dagda This social novel details the trials and tribulations of a small group of people in a remote village of North East Bihar during the uit India Movement It also has the reference of a young doctor dagdar babu who took care of the masses at that time which was inspired by Dr Alakh Niranjan the first MBBS doctor in the locality Phanishwar Nath's very first novel which is also considered his masterpiece depicts the life in rural Bihar and its people especially the backward and the deprived lot Maila Anchal is one of the finest novels ever written in Hindi Describing the landscape of Bihar the caste division Indian independence and changes in its aftermath Maithili folklores and poems and multiple love stories painted on a canvas with highly perceptive descriptions of village life make it one of the most important novels written about rural India The novel describes characters who get involved in caste based politics Maila Anchal was published by Rajkamal Prakashan in the year and is available in paperback About the Author Phanishwar Nath Renu was one of the most influential and successful writers of modern Hindi literature after the era of Premchand After Premchand's Godaan this book is regarded as the most prominent Hindi novel He was awarded one of India's highest civilian honours the Padma Shri in .

  • Paperback
  • 312 pages
  • मैला आँचल (Maila Aanchal)
  • फणीश्वर नाथ रेणु
  • 09 June 2016
  • 9788126714261

About the Author: फणीश्वर नाथ रेणु

Phanishwar Nath 'Renu' March – April was one of the most successful and influential writers of modern Hindi literature in the post Premchand era He is the author of Maila Anchal which after Premchand's Godaan is regarded as the most significant Hindi novelहिन्दी कथा साहित्य को सांगीतिक भाषा से समृद्ध करनेवाले फणीश्वरनाथ रेणु का जन्म बिहार के पूर्णिया जिले के औराही हिंगना गाँव.


10 thoughts on “मैला आँचल (Maila Aanchal)

  1. Sheetal Maurya - Godse (Halo of Books) Sheetal Maurya - Godse (Halo of Books) says:

    This book travels from the era of pre independence to post independence The author has tried to show various social political aspects through various characters This book give a great message but it has end number of grammatical mistakes which I think should not be there as it is the 39th edition Overall a good read

  2. Siddhartha Siddhartha says:

    This book is a masterpiece describing the rural and semirural life of Bihar an Indian state during the time of Indian Independence struggle Writing in the local collouial hindi Renu beautifully potrays the real picture of effects of Gandhism communism religious fundamenatalism and congress party politics on the tumultous life of the villagers I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book

  3. Anuj More Anuj More says:

    The book explores the life of a village in North Bihar India The situations living conditions thoughts society are as relevant today as in times when the book was writtenThe folk songs in between adds flavor in the happenings of the village After a few pages I started feeling that I am an insider and experiencing the events first handA must read to know about the social and political life of Bihar

  4. Dhiraj Nirbhay Dhiraj Nirbhay says:

    so nice i read it 4 times Manihari Katihar Purniya A real story of village #Renu was too nicely use their pen nd create an amazing story #GramyAnchalkKathakar #Renu

  5. Nikunj Bharti Nikunj Bharti says:

    The books language is its style its story telling Speaking language It is full of slangs used by people of Mithila area of BiharApart from it entire life of human being is captured in it A complete book A Hindi Classic

  6. Anjali Mishra Anjali Mishra says:

    When innocence tears smile emotions pain love and sweet aroma of a remote village of India comes with a book that is called मैला आँचल

  7. Anshul Mishra Anshul Mishra says:

    It's a hindi classic written in a prose too rusty to be acknowledged as literary Hindi Made my hindi graduate parents uestion my choices in life My father scoffed at it saying this is village Hindi how are you even reading it? I had no answers But I somehow still breezed through it It is a crash course in understanding Indian villages customs festivals uarrels and various other idiosyncrasies The author Phanishwarnath Renu never meant to achieve the literary status the book has received Which is why the prose breaks all conventions You'd enjoy it if you have a soft corner for the countryside

  8. Garett Hotte Garett Hotte says:

    This book gives us a peak into the politics and cultural changes of India throughout its independence from Britain from the perspective of a small village near the Pakistan border We see defenders of traditionalism and the oppressive caste system clash with modernists and socialists seeking to change India for the benefit of all We also see how each of these groups are taken over by opportunists who spout party lines but are only concerned with increasing their own wealth and power

  9. Bharat Jogadia Bharat Jogadia says:

    This is very good book explaining the social political life of India This does not apply only to rural India but urban too Phanishwar ji explains inception of democracy India the power that came with it and how powerhungryness is destroyed it

  10. Ardhendu Mishra Ardhendu Mishra says:

    its maila aanchal how bad sometimes translations aresic

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