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Bade Bhai Sahab ( बड़े भाई साहब )
Return to Book Page. Paperback24 pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Mar 12, Shalini Sinha rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is a light-hearted short tale about the relationship of two brothers written in saha serious and innocent tone of the narrator – the younger brother, with overwhelming doses of humor, at the same time, questioning some saahab and intrinsic issues related with the education system, such munahi rote learning, teaching quality and expectations, problems pertaining to learning new languages and history e “Bade Bhai Sahab” is one of the revered literary works of the legendary Indian writer Prem Chand.
It is a light-hearted short tale about the relationship of two brothers written in a serious and innocent tone of the narrator – the younger brother, with overwhelming doses of humor, at the same time, questioning some important and intrinsic issues related with the education system, such as rote learning, teaching premchamd and expectations, problems pertaining to learning new languages and history etc as well as the tradition which imparts a person qualification to command respect based on his age.
The story ends taking a sweet turn when the “Bade Bhai Sahab” lets go of the shackles of his pretensions and joins the younger brother in the kite-flying, bgai happy reunion. So, it’s a sweet tale worth more than 5 stars without a second thought. Sep 16, Harshvardhan Beniwal rated it really liked it Shelves: Short story with a glimpse of satire on Indian education. Jul 27, Vishal Sudarshanwar added it.
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Jan 11, Nauman Khalid rated it it was amazing. Jan 08, Akash Parakh rated it it was amazing. Brilliant nuances of brotherly relationship brought out by the Master.
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He is one of the most celebrated writers of the Indian subcontinent,and is regarded as one of the foremost Hindustani writers of the early twentieth century. Born Dhanpat Rai, he began writing under the pen name “Nawab Rai”, but subsequently switched to “Premchand”, while he is also known as “Munshi Premchand”, Munshi being an honorary prefix. A novel writer, story writer and dramatist, he has been referred to as the “Upanyas Samrat” “Emperor among Novelists” by some Hindi writers.
His works include more than a dozen novels, around short stories, several essays and translations of a number of foreign literary works into Hindi. Premchand is considered the first Hindi author whose writings prominently featured realism.
His novels describe the problems of the poor and the urban middle-class. His works depict a rationalistic outlook, which views religious values as something that allows the powerful hypocrites to peemchand the weak.
He used literature for the purpose of arousing public awareness about national and social issues and often wrote about topics related to corruption, child widowhood, prostitution, feudal system, poverty, colonialism and on the India’s freedom movement.
In the s, he was influenced by Mahatma Gandhi’s non-cooperation movement and the accompanying struggle for social reform. During this period, his works dealt with the social issues such as poverty, zamindari exploitation Premashram, dowry system Nirmala, educational reform and political oppression Karmabhumi In his last days, he focused on village life as a stage for complex drama, as seen in his most famous work Godan as well as the short-story collection Kafan Premchand believed that social realism was the way for Hindi literature, as opposed to the “feminine quality”, tenderness and emotion of the contemporary Bengali literature.
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