Munshi Premchand was the king of Hindi literature and no doubt he had greatest personality. Each story of Munshi Premchand‬ touches the soil of India and soul of every Indian. I think no writer has created so much magic through words.

Some lines by him like “Beauty doesn’t need ornaments. Softness can’t bear the weight of ornaments.” shows how down to earth the munshi premchand was.

Every creation of Munshi Premchand is incredible. Here is the 6 best creations of Munshi Premchand:


Godaan is the one of the best creation of Munshi Premchand with several interesting themes. This book is written in year 1936. He has drawn a realistic picture of poor peasants. This Story starts from a point where Hori has a deep desire of having a cow as other millions of poor peasants.

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This is the fiction by munshi premchand on a young girl who was forced to marry a widower of her father’s age. This story shows how her husband’ doubts of a relationship between her and his eldest son which leads to the son’s death.

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‘Kafan’ or ‘A Shroud’ is a great story written in 1936 showing realities of the poor of and sadly but it is a true mirror of society even today.

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3Poos ki Raat:

Poos ki raat is the story of the character name halku and his dog. A poor farmer, halku stays out with his dog to protect his field on an extremely cold December night. THis is really a touchy story by Munshi Premchand

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2Namak Ka daroga:

This short story is on days of british raj when the ordinary salt was a precious commodity which was taxed heavily and was smuggled like drugs. This story was of a charater named Vanshidhar, who is an very honest man and after being appointed salt inspector he stops Pandit Alopidin’s salt to be smuggled.

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This book is the result of stunning work by munshi Premchand. This is the sad story of two lovers who played together in their childhood but later they separated. To know why read this book. it is really a interesting stroy.

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