Hori had a great desire to have a milched cow tied to her tether in order to bring up her and wash all his worldly sins. By the grace of God he found one but due to the jealousy his younger brother he was deprived of the cow later on. How much Hori sacrificed for the sake of the cow? Who remained not to be his lender? Who left around not to be a person to avail of Hori’s unpaid labour? Despite all these sacrifices, if he could gift a cow? Dubbed to be ‘The great epic of life of a peasant’, Godan is a novel replete with the artistic presentation of the seasoned writer in Munshi Premchand and his down-to-earth experiences of life. The novel has depicted vividly the escapades of feudal lords, traders and the so-called high priests of religion. This is the magnum opus of the legendry novelist Munshi Premchand.
|Author's Name||Munshi Premchand|
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- Brand: Vishv Books
- Product Code: 1296
- ISBN: 9788179877678
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