Born: July thirty-one, 1880
Perished: October 8, 1936.
Accomplishments: Premchand helped bring realism to Hindi literature. Premchand composed on the genuine issues from the day-communalism, corruption, zamindari, financial debt, poverty, colonialism etc . He avoided the usage of highly Sanskritized Hindi and instead used the dialect with the common people.
Premchand popularly referred to as Munshi Premchand was probably the most literary numbers of modern Hindi literature. His stories strongly portrayed the social circumstance of those instances.
Premchand's actual name was Dhanpat Reflet Srivastava. He was born on July thirty-one, 1880 in Lamahi near Varanasi in which his dad Munshi Azaayab Lal was a clerk inside the post office. Premchand lost his mother if he was only seven years old. His father wedded again. Premchand was close to his elder sibling. His early on education was at a madarasa under a Maulavi, where he learned Urdu. When he was learning in the 9th class he was married, very much against his wishes. He was only fifteen years old during those times.
Premchand misplaced his father when he was sixteen years of age. Premchand was left accountable for his stepmother and stepsiblings. He received five rupees a month training a solicitor's child. Premchand passed his matriculation examination with great effort and took up a teaching location, with a monthly salary of eighteen rupees. While doing work, he examined privately and passed his Intermediate and B. A. examinations. Afterwards, Premchand performed as the deputy sub-inspector of colleges in what was then the Usa Provinces.
In 1910, having been hauled up by the Area Magistrate in Jamirpur for his anthology of short stories Soz-e-Watan (Dirge in the Nation), that was labelled seditious. His book Soz-e-Watan was banned by then Uk government, which usually burnt all of the copies. At first Premchand published in Urdu under the name of Nawabrai. Yet , when his novel Soz-e-Watan was confiscated by the English, he started producing under the ficticious name Premchand.
Prior to Premchand, Hindi...