विकलांग श्रद्धा का दौर




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Harishankar Parsai was one of the greatest hindi satire writer Despite holding a MA degree in English, he never wrote in this language Started his career as a teacher, he later quit it to become a full time writer and started a literature magazine Vasudha it was later closed because of financial difficulties He was famous for his blunt and pinching style of writing which included allegorical as well as realist approach He was funny enough to make you laugh but serious enough to prick your conscience There would be hardly any dimension of life left which has not appeared in his satires He received Sahitya Academy Award biggest literature award in India for his book Viklaang Sraddha ka Daur He has penned down some novels also.

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  • Paperback
  • 148 pages
  • विकलांग श्रद्धा का दौर
  • Harishankar Parsai
  • Hindi
  • 13 July 2018

10 thoughts on “ विकलांग श्रद्धा का दौर

  1. Kushal Srivastava says:

    India got its independence in 1947, Congress kept ruling democratically till 1975 and then emergency was imposed, a lot of undemocratic practices and procedures were adopted in the name of progress Progress and economic development are two ideals which have been instrumental in pushingpeople towards economic and personal decline Jai Prakash Narayan started the doosri aazadi aandolan to uproot Congress, general elections took place in 1977 which Congress party lost Janata Party came India got its independence in 1947, Congress kept ruling democratically till 1975 and then emergency was imposed, a lot of undemocratic practices and procedures were adopted in the name of progress Progress ...

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  3. Abhinav says:

    Brilliant for most parts would ve enjoyed it muchif I understood the context for each every bit, which is an essential requirement as far as reading satire is concerned.Definitely merits a re read sometime in the near future Brilliant for most parts would ve enjoyed it ...

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  6. Shivesh Ranjan says:

    One of the best satirical writer of the era Harishankar Parsai has described the social structure, political scenario and relationship ties in his stories The book is worth for the multiple read One will definitely relate those explained events ...

  7. Pooja says:

    When I had first read Harishankar Parsai s stories in school, I instantly liked the writing His stories makes you question the society s stigmas.

  8. Vikram Prasad says:

    Satirical short stories by famous Hindi author Biographical anecdotes of his life during the period his leg got fractured Takes on the various notions of people and society Good comic read

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