Global Vision Publishing House


Famous Stories of Subhadra Kumari Chauhan


Author : Translated & Edited by Dr. Rita Singh
ISBN : 978-93-90423-86-6
Edition : 1st
Year : 2023
Pages : 352
Size : 14.5×21.5 Cm
Publisher : Global Vision Publishing House
Price : INR 1550/-
Subject : Story, Sociology


About the Book

Present book is a compilation of 46 stories translated into english— Aahuti, Amrai, Anurodh, Bade Ghar Ki Baat, Biaha, Devdasi Story, Drishtikon; Ekadashi, Gramina, Hingwala, Jambak Ki Dibiya, Kadamb Ke Phool, Kalyani, Machhuye Ki Beti, Manjhali Rani, Papi Pet, Pavitra Irshya, Rahee, Sone Ki Kanthi, Tangewala, Unmadini, Do Sathi, Accident, Abhiyukta, Angoothi Ki Khoj, Asmanjas, Bhagnavashesh, Chadha Dimaag, Do Sakhiyan, Durachari, Gauri, Gulab Singh, Holi, Kaan Ke Bunde, Kailashi Nani, Qismat, Mangla, Nari- Hridya, Parivartan, Professor Mitra, Rupa, Subhagi, Thati, Veshya Ki Ladki, Teen Bachche, Duniya. Her personality has left a deep mark in the political, social and cultural life of North India. No other woman like her, who has contributed so much to a country and ethnic identity in a short span of only 44 years, is remembered so soon.

About the Author

Subhadra Kumari Chauhan is famous as poet, her stories have also served as a source of motivation for so many Indian youths to take part in the Indian independence struggle. Chauhan has penned many short stories based on the lifestyle of the middle-class Indians. She has also penned a plethora of works in Hindi poetry. Her most well-known composition is Jhansi Ki Rani narrating the life of the brave Jhansi Ki Rani, Lakshmi Bai. Of the entire Hindi literature, it is this poem that’s most recited and sung by the people of India. Her stories also make a new declaration of women’s independence.


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