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Kamasutra in Hindi 2.0
The Kama Sutra (Sanskrit: कामसूत्र About this sound pronunciation(help·info), Kāmasūtra) is an ancient Indian Hindu text widelyconsidered to be the standard work on human private life andbehavior in Sanskrit literature written by Vātsyāyana. A portion ofthe work consists of practical advice on love. It is largely inprose, with many inserted anustubh poetry verses. "Kāma" which isone of the four goals of Hindu life, means desire including Lovedesire the latter being the subject of the textbook, and "sūtra"literally means a thread or line that holds things together, andmore metaphorically refers to an aphorism (or line, rule, formula),or a collection of such aphorisms in the form of a manual. Contraryto popular perception, especially in the western world, Kama sutrais not just an exclusive manual; it presents itself as a guide to avirtuous and gracious living that discusses the nature of love,family life and other aspects pertaining to pleasure orientedfaculties of human life.
Alavani - Marathi Horror Story 1.0
Alavani - ek Bhaykatha is a Marathi HorrorStory by Aniket Samudra.Marathi Novel by Aniket Samudra. This Marathi Story is a HorrorStories.
Marathi Book Shyamchi Aai 1.1
Shyamchi Aai (English: Shyam's Mother) is hailed as one of thegreatest tributes to mother's love in Marathi literature. It waswritten by famous author and social activist Sane Guruji.***Thisbook is in Marathi Language***Shyamchi Aai is an autobiography ofSane Guruji belonging to a Brahmin family in Konkan region of ruralMaharashtra during British Raj. Sane Guruji (now an adult), fondlycalled Shyam during his childhood, is narrating his memories to agroup of children in a nightly sitting.Chapters in the book arenamed ratra meaning "night" in Marathi. They are named first night,second night and so on. Every passing night the story takes youinto the family setting in rural Konkan and its beautiful seasidelandscapes with adjoining ranges of Sahyadri. This book isrepresentation of the love of mother for her child.As the titlesuggests the central character is Shyam's mother and the kind ofenormous influence she has on Shyam's life and upbringing. Itinvolves sticking to one's ideals even though one is neck deep inabject poverty.The narration is flamboyant and involves readers inthe setting smoothly. As the story progresses, we came to know thedeterioration of Shyam's debt-ridden family. The communicationbetween father and son, mother and son, and siblings is exemplary.It shows if love is present a person's life can be content nomatter how poor he is.The book starts with Shyam's mother gettingmarried into a wealthy family, its slow progression intodebt-ridden poverty, and ends with illness and death of hismother.Also see "Marathi Book Chimukli Esapniti"https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=sahityachintan.chimukaliesapniti
Khara Mitra Marathi Story Book 1.0
Khara Mitra Marathi Story Book - Sane Gurujiखरा मित्र - सानेगुरुजीKhara Mitra Marathi Story Book, is book by well known Marathiauthor Sane Guruji.Pandurang Sadashiv Sane alias Sane Guruji - Agreat social activist, patriot and famous Marathi author who pouredhis heart out for the society.पांडुरंग सदाशिव साने ( डिसेंबर २४,१८९९ - जुन ११, १९५०) हे भारतीय स्वातंत्र्यसैनिक, समाजवादी विचारवंत,सामाजिक कार्यकर्ते, मराठी साहित्यिक होते. साने गुरुजी यांनी सुमारे७३ पुस्तके लिहिली होती. यात ‘सती’, ‘भारतीय संस्कृती’, ‘सुंदरपत्रे’, ‘स्वप्न आणि सत्य’, ‘श्यामची पत्रे’, विनोबाजी भावे’,‘धडपडणारी मुले’, 'घामाची फुले', 'मनूबाबा', 'खरा मित्र' तसेचत्यांच्या गाजलेल्या ‘श्यामची आई’ या पुस्तकाचा.Pandurang SadashivSane, better known as Sane Guruji, was born in Palgad in Konkanregion. His father was a freedom fighter. He was greatly influencedby his mother’s coaching. He graduated with a degree in Marathi andSanskrit and earned a Master's degree in Philosophy, later joiningthe teaching profession at the Pratap High School in Amalner. Hewas also the hostel warden, and this gave a lot of scope to theteacher in him. He gave lessons in self-reliance and attitude ofservice through his own examples to the students staying in thehostel.
Alif Laila Stories in Hindi 4.0
Alif Laila Stories in HindiAlif Laila (Thousand Nights) is based onthe stories from The Arabian Nights. The legacy of Arabian Nightstold as a daily fantasy series. The 1001 stories in 1001 nights aretold in the most exiting, enthralling and romantic way.But, thereare many more stories beyond Aladdin and his magic lamp, Alibabaand 40 thieves, Sinbad and his sailing saga in the wonderfultreasure of stories that haven't come to public eye.The yet to betold stories from the Arabian Nights with great morals, laced withflying carpets, magic lamps and amazing fairies.In those days Kingsused to disguise and go out of their palace in order to see and getto know his subjects. Like that when our Alif Laila king went out,he meets a beggar who beg for money but won’t take the money beforebeing beaten. The king asks him why and asks him to come to hispalace and tell the reason.The Beggar comes and tells that he isborn to a rich and lovable family and how he ditches them bygambling all his money. He even steals 4 camel which carriedtreasure from a wise man who ask his for favor so that he can builda well in a desert.One day beggar meets a Jin who gives a eyekajal, if he applies in one eye he can see treasures buriedunderground. The beggar puts the eye kajal in both his eyes andbecomes blind. At end he realizes his sin and promises himself thathe will be beaten before having his meal.Then our King journeycontinues when he sees another young prince beating his horse. Theking ask him same thing and here goes our second story starts.Theprince was in love with a princess named Abida but he falls inhands of a beautiful witch who comes in revenge of Abida and herfather. The witch marries the prince and kills his mom, dad, sisand tries to kill his bro and put blame in Abida.Abida proves thatthey are not guilty and changes the witch to a horse and princedecides to beat the horse for 11 yrs and after that the witch burnsand dies off.Today also the KING has left his palace in search ofnew story. So, be ready with your magic carpet to experienceJourney into Magical World.The main frame story concerns a Persianking and his new bride. He is shocked to discover that hisbrother's wife is unfaithful; discovering his own wife's infidelityhas been even more flagrant, he has her executed: but in hisbitterness and grief decides that all women are the same. The king,Shahryar, begins to marry a succession of virgins only to executeeach one the next morning, before she has a chance to dishonourhim. Eventually the vizier, whose duty it is to provide them,cannot find any more virgins. Scheherazade, the vizier's daughter,offers herself as the next bride and her father reluctantly agrees.On the night of their marriage, Scheherazade begins to tell theking a tale, but does not end it. The king, curious about how thestory ends, is thus forced to postpone her execution in order tohear the conclusion. The next night, as soon as she finishes thetale, she begins (and only begins) a new one, and the king, eagerto hear the conclusion, postpones her execution once again. So itgoes on for 1,001 nights.The tales vary widely: they includehistorical tales, love stories, tragedies, comedies, poems,burlesques and various forms of erotica. Numerous stories depictJinns, Ghouls, Apes, sorcerers, magicians, and legendary places,which are often intermingled with real people and geography, notalways rationally; common protagonists include the historicalAbbasid caliph Harun al-Rashid, his Grand Vizier, Jafar al-Barmaki,and his alleged court poet Abu Nuwas, despite the fact that thesefigures lived some 200 years after the fall of the Sassanid Empirein which the frame tale of Scheherazade is set. Sometimes acharacter in Scheherazade's tale will begin telling othercharacters a story of his own, and that story may have another onetold within it, resulting in a richly layered narrative texture.
Chanakya Niti in Hindi 1.0
Chanakya Niti in HindiChanakya was an Indian teacher, philosopherand royal advisor. Originally a professor of economics andpolitical science at the ancient Takshashila University, Chanakyamanaged the first Maurya emperor Chandragupta's rise to power at ayoung age.Chanakya is traditionally identified as Kautilya orVishnu Gupta, who authored the ancient Indian political treatisecalled Arthaśāstra. As such, he is considered as the pioneer of thefield of economics and political science in India, and his work isthought of as an important precursor to Classical Economics.Chanakya is often called the "Indian Machiavelli", although hisworks predate Machiavelli's by about 1,800 years. His works werelost near the end of the Gupta dynasty and not rediscovered until1915.
English to Hindi Dictionary 9.0
English to Hindi Dictionary (हिन्दी शब्दकोश) a quick, offlinereference/guide to learn English words with Hindi as well asEnglish meanings available for almost all words. 'English to HindiDictionary' is a free offline dictionary designed to help Hindispeakers learn and improve their English language skills. A lightweight android dictionary Application works off-line and givesfaster results without any hassle. More than 65000 + English wordswith there Hindi meaning. No more complications... you will getwords with it's pronunciations, word type, English meanings andHindi meanings. This fast and free App provides detailed meaningwith grammar, definition, pronunciation, synonyms and antonyms. Ithas one of the largest database of words. * English to Hindidictionary with OFFLINE mode by Sahitya Chintan, helps you to learnEnglish as well as Hindi very efficiently. * Sahitya ChintanEnglish to Hindi dictionary a light weight android dictionaryApplication works off-line and gives faster results without anyhassle. * Our dictionary works in OFFLINE mode. No internetconnection is required after the app download. So you can carrythis dictionary with you everywhere in your cellphone for use whenyou have no net connection. * It is totally FREE!! * It providesEnglish definitions, Word Pronunciation and Hindi definitions ofthe word you search. * More than 65,000 + words and translations ofwords * We working on Recent & Favorites words * FastestEnglish to Hindi dictionary in the android market * We working on‘Word of the day’ section to expand your vocabulary daily * Alongwith mobile phones the software runs on tablets, playbooks,notebooks etc. * Ideal for professionals, students, and academics,as well as anyone who needs a comprehensive and authoritativedictionary of current English at work or at home. * It is regularlyupdated by a dedicated team of Developers. * We working onauto-complete. When you start typing, you will see some wordsstarting with the letters you typed. The dictionary searches in adatabase for the matching words. This can slow down typing in smallhandsets. * Improved Search results... * English Speaking Coursewill help you learn English along with Hindi. Note: PleaseUn-install Previous App before installing...
Shrimad Bhagwat Gita Marathi 3.0
The Bhagavad Gita The Song of the Bhagavan, often referred to assimply the Gita, is a 700-verse scripture that is part of the Hinduepic Mahabharata. This scripture contains a conversation betweenPandava prince Arjuna and his guide Lord Krishna on a variety oftheological and philosophical issues. भगवद्‌गीता हा प्राचीन भारतीयग्रंथ आहे. वेदांच्या अखेरच्या रचनेतील एक ग्रंथ. 'गीतोपनिषद'म्हणूनही प्रसिद्ध.त्यात भगवान श्रीकृष्णांनी अर्जुनाला जीवनाबद्दलकेलेला उपदेश आहे.यात एकुण १८ अध्याय व ७०० श्लोक आहेत.
Chitra Aani Charu Marathi Book 1.0
Chitra Aani Charu, is book by well known Marathi writer SaneGuruji.Chitra Aani Charu Index- Chitra- Mahamad Sahebanchi Badali-Chitreche Lagna- Sasune Chalawlela Chhal- Chitravar Sankat-Chitracha Shod- Chitreche Wadilanna Ved Lagte- Chitrachi Kahani-Aamdar Hasan- Aanandi AanandReally good book, Hope you people likeit.Pandurang Sadashiv Sane (24 December 1899 to 11 June 1950),affectionately known as Sane Guruji (Guruji means "Teacher") to hisstudents and followers was a famous Marathi author, teacher, socialactivist, and freedom fighter from Maharashtra, India. He isreferred as National Teacher of IndiaSane was born on December 24,1899 to Sadashivrao Sane and Yashodabai Sane in Palgad town, inRatnagiri district of the Konkan region of rural Maharashtra.Hewrote about 73 books, mainly children's literature.
Shrimad Bhagwat Gita In Hindi 2.0
Shrimad Bhagwat Gita In HindiThe Bhagavad Gita, also referred to asGita, is a 700–verse Dharmic scripture that is part of the ancientSanskrit epic Mahabharata. This scripture contains a conversationbetween Pandava prince Arjuna and his guide Krishna on a variety ofphilosophical issues.Faced with a fratricidal war, a despondentArjuna turns to his charioteer Krishna for counsel on thebattlefield. Krishna, through the course of the Gita, imparts toArjuna wisdom, the path to devotion, and the doctrine of selflessaction. The Gita upholds the essence and the philosophicaltradition of the Upanishads. However, unlike the rigorous monism ofthe Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita also integrates dualism andtheism.Numerous commentaries have been written on the Bhagavad Gitawith widely differing views on the essentials, beginning with AdiSankara's commentary on the Gita in the eighth century CE.Commentators see the setting of the Gita in a battlefield as anallegory for the ethical and moral struggles of the human life. TheBhagavad Gita's call for selfless action inspired many leaders ofthe Indian independence movement including Mohandas KaramchandGandhi, who referred to the Gita as his "spiritual dictionary".
Dnyaneshwari in Marathi 1.0
DnyaneshwariThe Dnyaneshwari (or Jñaneshwari) (Marathi ज्ञानेश्वरी)is a commentary on the Bhagavad Gita written by the Marathi saintand poet Dnyaneshwar during the 13th century at age 16. Thiscommentary has been praised for its aesthetic as well as scholarlyvalue. The original name of the work is Bhavarth Deepika, which canbe roughly translated as "The light showing the internal meaning"(of the Bhagvad Geeta), but it is popularly called Dnyaneshwariafter its creator.The Dnyaneshwari provides the philosophical basisfor the Bhagawata Dharma, a Bhakti sect which had a lasting effecton the history of Maharashtra. It became one of the sacred books(i.e. the Prasthanatrai of Bhagawata Dharma) along with EkanathiBhagawata and Tukaram Gaathaa. It is one of the foundations of theMarathi language and literature, and continues to be widely read inMaharashtra. The Pasayadan or the nine ending verses of theDnyaaneshwari are also popular with the masses.According toVaisnava belief, the Bhagavad Gita is the ultimate statement ofspiritual knowledge since it was professed by Lord Krishna who wasan Avatar of Vishnu. Dnyaneshwari is considered to be more than acommentary on the Bhagavad Gita because it was professed byDnyaneshwar, who is considered to be a saint.It contains more easyand lucid examples about the teaching in Bhagavad-Gita as it issaid that saint dnyaneshwar composed it for the development in thebehaviour of people.It is quite difficult for today's life tounderstand the concepts clearly as the written text is very old andis written in about 1290 A.D. It is made available by manypublications in simplified as well as original form.
Rabindranath Tagore in Hindi 1.0
Rabindranath Tagore sobriquet Gurudev, was a Bengali polymath whoreshaped his region's literature and music. Author of Gitanjali andits "profoundly sensitive, fresh and beautiful verse, he became thefirst non-European to win the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913. Intranslation his poetry was viewed as spiritual and mercurial; hisseemingly mesmeric personality, flowing hair, and other-worldlydress earned him a prophet-like reputation in the West. His"elegant prose and magical poetry" remain largely unknown outsideBengal. Tagore introduced new prose and verse forms and the use ofcolloquial language into Bengali literature, thereby freeing itfrom traditional models based on classical Sanskrit. He was highlyinfluential in introducing the best of Indian culture to the Westand vice versa, and he is generally regarded as the outstandingcreative artist of modern India. Please comment you thought on thisbook. In this book you can read some great storing by GurudevRabindranath Tagore in Hindi are as below:KabuliwalaAnmol BhetAntimPyar SeAnathKanchanKhoya Huaa MotiYahSwatantrataPashaniAparichitaAvagunthanDhan ki BhetKavi AurKavitaKavi ka HrudayGungiPatni ka PatraPinjarPrem kaMulyaBhikaarinSeemantSamaj ka ShikarVidrohiVidaNai RoshaniBhai Bhai
Aarti Mantra Sangrah Marathi 2.0
Aarti, also spelled arathi, aarthi is a Hindu religious ritual ofworship, a part of puja, in which light from wicks soaked in gheeor camphor is offered to one or more deities. Aartis also refer tothe songs sung in praise of the deity, when lamps are beingoffered.This Book Includes - Ganesh AartiShiva AartiKrishnaAartiRama AartiViththala AartiMahaluxmi Chi AartiEkvira Devi ChiAartiShree Datta Chi AartiHanumanta /Maruti/Bajrangbali chiAartiGayatri MantraShlokaMantraPasaydanWe are working hard to addmore Aarti, Mantra and Shloka. If you like to suggest any Aarti,Mantra and Shloka please mail me.Aarti is said to have descendedfrom the Vedic concept of fire rituals, or homa. In the traditionalaarti ceremony, the flower represents the earth (solidity), thewater and accompanying handkerchief correspond with the waterelement (liquidity), the lamp or candle represents the firecomponent (heat), the peacock fan conveys the precious quality ofair (movement), and the yak-tail fan represents the subtle form ofether (space). The incense represents a purified state of mind, andone’s "intelligence" is offered through the adherence to rules oftiming and order of offerings. Thus, one’s entire existence and allfacets of material creation are symbolically offered to the Lordvia the aarti ceremony.
Hindi to Hindi Dictionary 4.0
Hindi to Hindi Dictionary - Know Better Our National Language * Itis free dictionary that can give you the detailed Hindi meanings ofany Hindi word. * It works OFFLINE, No internet connectionrequired. * Low memory usage and small size. * More then 50000+Hindi words and meanings covered. * The dictionary searches in adatabase for the matching words. * Dictionary works well in allandroid devices including mobile and tablet * Use this dictionaryreduce the hardships in finding more Hindi meaning of Hindi wordsNote - This App won't work for any English Search term. Your Searchinput must be in the Devanagari Unicode format. Please don'tdownload if your phone doesn't Devanagari Unicode font and conveywrong message to other. You can type search term in DevanagariUnicode with the help of 'Google Hindi Input'.
Ramai - Jivan Charitra Marathi 1.0
Ramai - Jivan Charitra Marathi Kadambari by Bandhu ManavLife storyof Ramabai Bhimrao Ambedkar (Ramai)रमाई (कादंबरी)लेखक : बंधुमाधवरमाईचे मोठेपण तिच्या पतीभक्तित पतीनिष्ठेत व पतीसेवेत सामावलेआहे. साध्वी रमाईला संन्याशी होऊ घातलेल्या आपल्या पतीला,कर्तव्यनिष्ठ बनवण्यासाठी तिला तितकेच कर्तव्यकठोर बनावे लागले आहे.रमाई म्हणजे कठोर कर्तव्य निष्ठेचे मूर्तीमंत प्रतिक. तिच्याकर्तव्यकठोर निष्ठेतूनच भारत देशात ललामभूत असा डॉ. बाबासाहेबआंबेडकरांच्या सारखा दैदीप्यमान सूर्य प्रकटला. रमाईच्यासारखीनिस्वार्थी माणसं स्वतः अंधारात राहातात. प्रसिद्धीच्या प्रकाशातत्यांचं नाव फारच कमी झळकतं. पण त्यांचे सारे जीवन उदात्तेने,त्यागाने भरलेले असते. आजच्या आधुनिक युगातील स्री-मुक्ति चळवळीलारमाईची ही पवित्रगाथा अधिक स्फूर्तिदायी, अधिक बोधप्रद व अधिकक्रांती-प्रवण अशीच वाटेल, अधिक क्रांती-प्रवण अशीच ठरेल.
Baital Pachisi in Hindi 1.0
Baital Pachisi or Vetala Panchavimshati ("Twenty five tales ofBaital"), is a collection of tales and legends within a framestory, from India. It was originally written in Sanskrit.One of itsoldest recensions is found in the 12th Book of theKathā-Sarit-Sāgara ("Ocean of the Streams of Story"), a work inSanskrit compiled in the 11th century by Somadeva, but thought tohave been based on yet older materials. This recension comprises infact twenty four tales, the frame narrative itself being the twentyfifth. The two other major recensions in Sanskrit are those byŚivadāsa and Jambhaladatta.The vetala stories have been popular inIndia, and have been translated into many Indian vernaculars.Several English translations exist, based on Sanskrit recensionsand on Hindi ("Baital Pachisi" is the Hindi title), Tamil, andMarathi versions. Probably the most well-known English version isthat of Sir Richard Francis Burton which is, however, not atranslation but a very free adaptation.
Munshi Premchand in Hindi 2.0
Munshi Premchand was an Indian writer famous for his modernHindi-Urdu literature. He is one of the most celebrated writers ofthe Indian subcontinent, and is regarded as one of the foremostHindi-Urdu writers of the early twentieth century. A novel writer,story writer and dramatist, he has been referred to as the "UpanyasSamrat" ("Emperor of Novels") by some Hindi writers. He was born asDhanpat Rai and first began writing under the pen name "Nawab Rai".He switched to the name "Premchand" after his short storycollection Soz-e-Watan was banned by the British Raj. He is alsoknown as "Munshi Premchand", Munshi being an honorary prefix. Hisworks include more than a dozen novels, around 250 short stories,several essays and translations of a number of foreign literaryworks into Hindi.In this 'Munshi Premchand in Hindi' App you canread following stories written by Munshi Premchand -01. Aatmaram02.Durga Ka Mandir03. Bade Ghar ki Beti04. Panch Parmeshwar05.Shankhanad06. Nag Puja07. Vishwas08. Narak ka Marg09. Stri AurPurush10. Uddhar11. Nirwasan12. Nairashya Lila13. Kaushal14. SwargKi Devi15. Aadhar16. Ek Aanch Ki Kasar17. Mata Ka Hriday18.Pariksha19. Tetar20. Nairashya21. Dand22. Dhikkar23. Laila24.Neur25. Shudra26. Amrit27. Apani Karni28. Gairat Ki Katar29.Ghamand Ka Putla30. Vijay31. Wafa Ka Khanjar32. Mubarak Bimari33.Wasna Ki Kadiyan
Buddhacha Sandesh 1.0
Buddhacha Sandesh - Thoughts of BuddhaThe Buddha(GautamaSiddhartha)"Buddha" means "the awakened one"--that is, someone whohas woken up fromthe dream of being a separate ego in a materialuniverse. Gautama Siddhartha,whom we affectionately, [mistakenly],call the Buddha, taught for forty-five years.In all those years,and in the hundreds of thousands of teaching words that heuttered,his message was simply this: "You are all Buddhas. There is nothingyou need to achieve. Just open your eyes."Stephen Mitchell
Marathi Book Vishram 1.0
Vishram is heart touching book by Sane Guruji.Vishram is a story ofa form worker. Vishram works a lot, day and night. He produce milkbut he try to take a small amount of it, he is treated as a thiefby his master. This story let's you know how actually world is,someone work hard but all the output of his work simply credited toother person (his master) as he is the owner. At the end all thingsgoes well... How? you will read it in this story.This book alsocontain other three stories 'Shyamchi aatya', 'Shashi' and'Molkarin'.Really good book, Hope you people like it.PandurangSadashiv Sane (24 December 1899 to 11 June 1950), affectionatelyknown as Sane Guruji (Guruji means "Teacher") to his students andfollowers was a famous Marathi author, teacher, social activist,and freedom fighter from Maharashtra, India. He is referred asNational Teacher of IndiaSane was born on December 24, 1899 toSadashivrao Sane and Yashodabai Sane in Palgad town, in Ratnagiridistrict of the Konkan region of rural Maharashtra. He wrote about73 books, mainly children's literature.
English to Marathi Dictionary 4.0
English to Marathi Dictionary (मराठी शब्दकोश) a quick, offlinereference/guide to learn English words with Marathi as well asEnglish meanings available for almost all words. 'English toMarathi Dictionary' is a free offline dictionary designed to helpMarathi speakers learn and improve their English language skills. Alight weight android dictionary Application works off-line andgives faster results without any hassle. More than 65000 + Englishwords with there Marathi meaning. No more complications... you willget words with it's pronunciations, word type, English meanings andMarathi meanings. This fast and free App provides detailed meaningwith grammar, definition, pronunciation, synonyms and antonyms. Ithas one of the largest database of words. * English to Marathidictionary with OFFLINE mode by Sahitya Chintan, helps you to learnEnglish as well as Marathi very efficiently. * Sahitya ChintanEnglish to Marathi dictionary a light weight android dictionaryApplication works off-line and gives faster results without anyhassle. * Our dictionary works in OFFLINE mode. No internetconnection is required after the app download. So you can carrythis dictionary with you everywhere in your cellphone for use whenyou have no net connection. * It is totally FREE!! * It providesEnglish definitions, Word Pronunciation and Marathi definitions ofthe word you search. * More than 65,000 + words and translations ofwords * We working on Recent & Favorites words * FastestEnglish to Marathi dictionary in the android market * We working on'Word of the day' section to expand your vocabulary daily * Alongwith mobile phones the software runs on tablets, playbooks,notebooks etc. * Ideal for professionals, students, and academics,as well as anyone who needs a comprehensive and authoritativedictionary of current English at work or at home. * It is regularlyupdated by a dedicated team of Developers. * We working onauto-complete. When you start typing, you will see some wordsstarting with the letters you typed. The dictionary searches in adatabase for the matching words. This can slow down typing in smallhandsets. * Improved Search results... Note: Please Un-installPrevious App before installing...
Dr. Ambedkar's Last Speech 1.0
Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, popularly also known as Babasaheb, was anIndian jurist, political leader, philosopher, anthropologist,historian, orator, economist, teacher, and editor. He was also theChairman of the Drafting Committee of Indian Constitution. In 2012he was chosen greatest Indian in a nationwide poll held by HistoryTV and CNN-IBN.Overcoming numerous social and financial obstacles,Ambedkar became one of the first Dalit (untouchable) to obtain acollege education in India. Eventually earning law degree anddoctorates for his study and research in law, economics andpolitical science from Columbia University and the London School ofEconomics, Ambedkar gained a reputation as a scholar and practicedlaw for a few years, later campaigning by publishing journalsadvocating political rights and social freedom for India'suntouchables. Mahatma Gandhi and Ambedkar often clashed becauseAmbedkar sought to remove the Dalits out of the Hindu community,while Gandhi tried to save Hinduism by exorcising untouchability.Ambedkar complained that Gandhi moved too slowly, while Hindutraditionalists said Gandhi was a dangerous radical who rejectedscripture. Guha noted in 2012 that, "Ideologues have carried theseold rivalries into the present, with the demonization of Gandhi nowcommon among politicians who presume to speak in Ambedkar’s name."Guha adds that their work complemented each other, and Gandhi oftenpraised Ambedkar.This book contain Last Speech of Dr. BabasahebAmbedkar's.
Satya Ke Prayog - Hindi 3.0
Autobiography of Mahatma GandhiPlease help sahitya chintandigitization project!Four or five years ago, at the instance ofsome of my nearest co-workers, I agreed to write my autobiography.I made the start, but scarcely had I turned over the first sheetwhen riots broke out in Bombay and the work remained at astandstill. Then followed a series of events which culminated in myimprisonment at Yeravda. Sjt. Jeramdas, who was one of myfellow-prisoners there, asked me to put everything else on one sideand finish writing the autobiography. I replied that I had alreadyframed a programme of study for myself, and that I could not thinkof doing anything else until this course was complete. I shouldindeed have finished the autobiography had I gone through my fullterm of imprisonment at Yeravda, for there was still a year left tocomplete the task, when I was discharged. Swami Anand has nowrepeated the proposal, and as I have finished the history ofSatyagraha in South Africa, I am tempted to undertake theautobiography for Navajivan. The Swami wanted me to write itseparately for publication as a book. But I have no spare time. Icould only write a chapter week by week. Something has to bewritten for Navajivan every week. Why should it not be theautobiography? The Swami agreed to the proposal, and here am I hardat work.
Sadhna by Sane Guruji Marathi 1.0
Sadhana - children's short story marathi book by Sane Guruji
Amol Gosti Marathi Story Book 1.0
Amol GoshtiBy Sane GurujiAmol Goshti a famous Marathi book fromfamous Marathi Author Sane Guruji
Chalisa Sangrah in Hindi 1.0
Chalisa is a devotional song based on Lord as the model devotee.You Can get total 15 Chalisa in this book. Chalisa included in thisbook are as follows -01. Shree Hanuman Chalisa02. Shree ShaniChalisa03. Shree Shiv Chalisa04. Sai Chalisa05. Sarswati Chalisa06.Shree Durga Chalisa07. Shree Rama Chalisa08. Shree KrishnaChalisa09. Shree Ganesh Chalisa10. Shree Bhairav Chalisa11. ShreeLaxmee Chalisa12. Shree Santoshi Chalisa13. Shree GayatriChalisa14. Shree Shitala Chalisa15. Shree Vindheshwari ChalisaShreeHanuman Chalisa is a poem written by Tulsidas in the Awadhilanguage, and is his best known Hindu text apart from theRamcharitmanas. The word "chālisā" is derived from "chālis" inHindi, which means 40, as the Hanuman Chalisa has 40 verses.
Ghamachi Phule - Marathi Book by Sane Guruji 2.0
Ghamachi Phule - Sane Guruji Ghamachi Phule, is book by well knownMarathi author Sane Guruji.Pandurang Sadashiv Sane alias SaneGuruji -A great social activist, patriot and famous Marathi authorwho poured his heart out for the society.घामाची फुले- साने गुरुजीपांडुरंग सदाशिव साने ( डिसेंबर २४, १८९९ - जुन ११, १९५०) हे भारतीयस्वातंत्र्यसैनिक, समाजवादी विचारवंत, सामाजिक कार्यकर्ते, मराठीसाहित्यिक होते. साने गुरुजी यांनी सुमारे ७३ पुस्तके लिहिली होती.यात ‘सती’, ‘भारतीय संस्कृती’, ‘सुंदर पत्रे’, ‘स्वप्न आणि सत्य’,‘श्यामची पत्रे’, विनोबाजी भावे’, ‘धडपडणारी मुले’ घामाची फुले तसेचत्यांच्या गाजलेल्या ‘श्यामची आई’ या पुस्तकाचा. Pandurang SadashivSane, better known as Sane Guruji, was born in Palgad in Konkanregion. His father was a freedom fighter. He was greatly influencedby his mother’s coaching. He graduated with a degree in Marathi andSanskrit and earned a Master's degree in Philosophy, later joiningthe teaching profession at the Pratap High School in Amalner. Hewas also the hostel warden, and this gave a lot of scope to theteacher in him. He gave lessons in self-reliance and attitude ofservice through his own examples to the students staying in thehostel.
Godaan By Premchand in Hindi 1.0
Godaan By Premchand in HindiGodaan (गोदान) The Gift of a Cow is aHindi novel by Munshi Premchand.It was first published in 1936 andis considered one of the greatest Hindustani novels of modernIndian literature. Themed around the socio economic deprivation aswell as the exploitation of the village poor, the novel was thelast complete novel of Premchand. It was translated into English in1957 by Jai Ratan and P. Lal translation; a 1968 translation byGordon C. Roadarmel is now considered "a classic in itself".Godaanwas made into a Hindi film in 1963, starring Rajkumar, Mehmood andShashikala. In 2004, Godaan was part of the 26-episode TV series,‘'Tehreer.... Munshi Premchand Ki, based on the writing ofPremchand, starring Pankaj Kapur and Surekha Sikri, directed byGulzar and produced by Doordarshan.The story revolves around manycharacters representing the various sections of Indian community.The peasant and rural society is represented by the family of Horimahato and his family members which includes Dhania, Rupa andSona(Daughters), Gobar(son), Jhunia( daughter in law). The Storystarts from a point where Hori has a deep desire of having a cow asother millions of poor peasants. He purchased on debt of Rs.80 acow from Bhola, a cowherd. Hori tried to cheat his brothers for 10rupees. This in turn led to a fight between his wife and hisyounger brother Heera’s wife. Jealous of Hori, his younger brotherHeera poisoned the cow and ran away because of the fear of policeaction. When the police came enquiring the death of the cow, Horitook a loan and paid the bribe to the police and was able to clearoff his younger brother’s name. Jhunia, the daughter of Bhola, wasa widow and eloped with Gobar after she got pregnant by him.Because of the fear of the action from villagers Gobar also ranaway to the town. Hori and Dhania were unable to throw a girlcarrying their son's child from their doorstep and gave herprotection and accepting her as their daughter-in-law. The villagePanchayat takes action against Hori for sheltering a low caste girland issued a penalty on Hori. Hori again is compelled to take aloan and pay the penalty. Hori is in huge debt from local moneylenders and eventually married off his daughter Rupa for mere 200rupees to save his ancestral land from being auctioned because ofhis inability to pay land tax. But his determination to pay those200 rupees and to have a cow to provide milk to his grand son,leads to Hori's death because of excessive work. When he is aboutto die, his wife Dhania took out all the money she had (1.25Rupees) and made Hori pay the priest on behalf of (Godaan) (cowdonation). This eventually fulfils the traditional dream of Horibut still his desire to pay back the rupees 200 to his son- in- lawand to have a cow to feed the milk to his grandson remainunfulfilled. Hori is shown as a typical poor peasant who is thevictim of circumstances and possess all the deficiencies of commonman but despite all this, he stands by his honesty, duties andjudgement when time requires. He is shown dead partially satisfiedand partially unsatisfied.
Prema by Premchand in Hindi 1.0
Prema by Premchand in Hindi popular Hindi novel by famous Hindiwriter Munshi Premchand Ji.Premchand (or Prem Chand) is apseudonym; his name was actually Navab or Dhanpat (Dhanpat RaiShrivastava). One source notes that "Sixty-five years after hisdeath Premchand remains the most outstanding figure intwentieth-century Hindi literature." His novels and short storiesfirmly established these genres in Hindi, and his more than 300stories contain his finest work. Poet, novelist and writer of shortstories in Hindi as well as Urdu, Premchand was born on 31 July1880 in the village Lamahi near Benares. According to Wikipedia "Heis generally recognized in India as the foremost Hindi-Urdu writerof the early twentieth century."The beauty of the novels ofPremchand is in the plot. I think it is too early to make anyjudgmental statement on the literary quality of the writings asthis is the first novel of Premchand that I read with an academicinclinations. However, I do not want to wait till I read all hisnovels either. At least I can make some judgements based on thenovel that I read.
Satya Narayan Vrat Katha Hindi 1.0
Sathyanarayana Pooja is the best way to seek blessings of LordVishnu.It is performed before and/or after the fulfillment of one'sdesires.It is also performed every year, to maintain the generalhappiness, prosperity and well being of the family.Satya Narayan isthe form of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered anembodiment of truth(Satya). Satyanarayan is worshipped at home withfamily and friends by reciting the miraculous story of LordSatyanarayan.This story was originally told by Lord Vishnu himselfto Devrshi Narad for the benefit of mankind. Satyanarayan Pooja canbe performed on any day in consultation withpriest(Panditji).However,the best day to perform this Pooja is onthe day of Poornima (full moon day) or Sankranti.Performing thepooja in the evening is considered more appropriate. On the day ofthe pooja, the devotee has to fast.On this auspicious day friendsand relatives are invited to enjoy the Prasad(holy food).
Shree Gajanan Vijay in Marathi 1.0
Shree Gajanan Vijay in MarathiGajanan Maharaj from Shegaon(Buldhana District), Maharashtra, India is a Saint from India."Sant Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan" is the largest temple trust in theVidarbha region.The early life history of Gajanan Maharaj isobscure, his birthdate being unknown. His devotees believe him asincarnation of Lord Ganesha and Lord Dattatreya. BirudurajuRamaraju has tried to establish in his collection of books called"Andhra Yogulu" that he was a Telangana Brahmin. Some speculatethat he might have in fact hailed from Sajjanghad, (which was theplace where Sant Samartha had lived). Das Ganu Maharaj has writtena 21 chapter biography, "Shri Gajanan Vijay," of Gajanan Maharaj inMarathi. Contemporaries of Gajanan Maharaj identified him byseveral names like Gin Gine Buwa, Ganpat Buwa, and Awaliya Baba.However, it is amply proved that as a handsome, tall lad of 18years old he arrived at Akkalkot to meet Shri Swami Samarth. It issaid that on seeing him Swami Samarth was overjoyed and made himsit in his lap and caressed him lovingly; people around Samarth whowatched this scene sait to Swami that the boy was in his teens andnot a child. Thereafter it is said that Swami asked the boy to goto holy place of Kapildhara near Nashik and perform austerities. Asper the instructions, the boy performed severe austerities atKapildhara and attained Atmadnyana and became a Supreme Yogi. Justbefore his Samadhi, Swami Samarth asked him to get himself'polished' from Dev Mamaledar (yet another disciple of SwamiSamarth and a realized soul) at Nashik. The boy did exactly thesame and got blessings of Dev Mamaledar. Later he was asked to keepwalking and the place where he stopped would become his Karmabhoomiand the name given by people around him would be his name. This iswhat happened exactly. After Swami Samarth's samadhi, the boyappeared at Shegaon. The evidence to this story comes from an oldman who had seen the boy at Akkalkot with Swami Samarth and hadcome to Shegaon along with his son who was working in post officeand was transferred to Shegaon. Maharaj accepting a human body is amere pastime (Leela) as he is Brahmadnyani; that is why thousandsof the devotees flock to Shegaon for his blessings. How hefunctions and transforms people from vile, wicked ways to greatdevotees is really unknown. None in his earthly days ever saw himchanting any special mantra holding japamala etc. But he is asupreme saint, whose blessings everyone must have. According to alegend, a money lender named Bankat Lal Agarwal first saw GajananMaharaj in a "superconscious state" on February 23, 1878 on astreet. Sensing him to be a saint, Bankat took him home and askedhim to stay with him. Legends say that in his lifetime, heperformed many miracles such as giving a fresh lease on life to oneJanrao Deshmukh, lighting the clay-pipe without fire, filling a drywell with water, drawing sugar cane juice by twisting canes withhis hands, and curing leprosy of a woman. He took samadhi on 8September 1910. A temple in his name is built on his Samadhi atShegaon.
Funny Jokes SMS in Hindi 1.0
Funny Jokes SMS in Hindi holi festival of colors. Greet your loveone holi wishes with this large collection of holi sms and funnyholi messages. VALENTINE’S DAY - Each year on February 14th, manypeople exchange cards, candy, gifts or flowers with their special“valentine.” The day of romance we call Valentine’s Day is namedfor a Christian martyr and dates back to the 5th century, but hasorigins in the Roman holiday Lupercalia. Greet your valentinewishes to your love.
Viyogi Grantha in Marathi 1.0
Viyogi Grantha in MarathiShree Krisha aarti, shankarachi aarti.Viyogi maharaj stotra, aarti and bhajan in marathi.
Mansarovar Hindi Story Book 1.0
Munshi Premchand was an Indian writer famous for his modernHindi-Urdu literature. He is one of the most celebrated writers ofthe Indian subcontinent, and is regarded as one of the foremostHindi-Urdu writers of the early twentieth century. A novel writer,story writer and dramatist, he has been referred to as the "UpanyasSamrat" ("Emperor of Novels") by some Hindi writers. He was born asDhanpat Rai and first began writing under the pen name "Nawab Rai".He switched to the name "Premchand" after his short storycollection Soz-e-Watan was banned by the British Raj. He is alsoknown as "Munshi Premchand", Munshi being an honorary prefix. Hisworks include more than a dozen novels, around 250 short stories,several essays and translations of a number of foreign literaryworks into Hindi.In this 'Munshi Premchand in Hindi' App you canread following stories written by Munshi Premchand -01. Aatmaram02.Durga Ka Mandir03. Bade Ghar ki Beti04. Panch Parmeshwar05.Shankhanad06. Nag Puja07. Vishwas08. Narak ka Marg09. Stri AurPurush10. Uddhar11. Nirwasan12. Nairashya Lila13. Kaushal14. SwargKi Devi15. Aadhar16. Ek Aanch Ki Kasar17. Mata Ka Hriday18.Pariksha19. Tetar20. Nairashya21. Dand22. Dhikkar23. Laila24.Neur25. Shudra26. Amrit27. Apani Karni28. Gairat Ki Katar29.Ghamand Ka Putla30. Vijay31. Wafa Ka Khanjar32. Mubarak Bimari33.Wasna Ki Kadiyan
Gaban by Premchand in Hindi 1.0
The novel revolves around Ramaa, a young man of malleable moralvalues and his intrepid wife Jaalpa who seems outwardly flaky andgreedy for gold ornaments but hides a much stronger core.Ramaa’sworld is build on a mountain of lies and hubris. Jaalpa is youngand restless and believes all the tall stories her handsome husbandtells.Rama soon finds himself committing fraud(Gaban) to buy herornaments which leads to a huge misunderstanding thanks to hiscowardice. Gaban tells its story with impeccable empathy for allits characters.The novel is a broad exploration of middle classhypocrisy and cowardice especially among men.Premchand paints inrich shades of grey unlike the bulk of the cinema of the time.Bycontrasting the relatively higher moral ground occupied by alow-caste character called Devideen , with Ramaa’s many weaknesses,he seems to be making a comment about the petit bourgeoisie of thetime .This is also a novel about the inherent strength of women andhow a faulty understanding of their psyche and considering them asmere objects, lead to the downfall of Indian society.
Chicago Speech of Vivekananda 1.0
Swami Vivekananda's 1893 Chicago speechThe full text of his famousChicago speech in Hindi through which he introduced Hinduism at theParliament of the World's Religions, Chicago in 1893. SwamiVivekananda (Bengali pronunciation: About this sound ShāmiBibekānando): (12 January 1863 – 4 July 1902), born Narendra NathDatta, was an Indian Hindu monk. He was a key figure in theintroduction of Indian philosophies of Vedanta and Yoga to thewestern world and was credited with raising interfaith awareness,bringing Hinduism to the status of a major world religion in thelate 19th century. He was a major force in the revival of Hinduismin India and contributed to the notion of nationalism in colonialIndia. He was the chief disciple of the 19th century saintRamakrishna and the founder of the Ramakrishna Math and theRamakrishna Mission. He is perhaps best known for his inspiringspeech beginning with "Sisters and Brothers of America," throughwhich he introduced Hinduism at the Parliament of the World'sReligions in Chicago in 1893.
Marathi Book and PDF Reader 1.1
Sahitya Chintan Marathi Book and PDF ReaderDownload free marathi ebooks at http://goo.gl/tD5d6Sahitya Chintan Marathi Book and PDF Reader allows you to readMarathi Book and PDF available at http://www.sahityachintan.comYou can download popular marathi books, novels, stories, poems,magazines and marathi literature. Most of the marathi booksavailable at sahityachintan.com are free. Sahitya Chintan MarathiBook Reader is based on MuPDF library.At sahityachintan.com we are working on digitization of copywrite free marathi books. We need your help; any kind of helpreally appreciated. You are very welcome to seggest us book title,help us in digitization, provide access to your contents. If youreally like our work don't forgot to rate this appliaction.Sahitya Chintan Marathi Book and PDF Reader supports bothAndroid phones and tablets. You can set your Default book folder;you can jump on a desire page of the book and many more features.Main feature of Sahitya Chintan Marathi Book and PDF Reader are asfollows:Marathi Book and PDF Reader Features• Read Marathi Book• Supports PDF Reading• Set your eBook folder as Default book folder• Zoom in on text or images provides a closer and clear view• Jump to desired page• Select single page or continuous scroll modes• Search text to find specific information for English books• Options like show/hide extensions• Cache pages in memory• Keep screen on while reading• skip images• View book in the full screen mode• Page number and page count
Ekach Pyala Ram Ganesh Gadkari 1.0
Ekach Pyala by Ram Ganesh GadkariRam Ganesh Gadkari was one of thewriters in new age transformation in Marathi Literature. He wrotepoetry under the pen name Govindagraj (गोविंदाग्रज) and humorousarticles under the pen name Balakram (बाळकराम). He wrote playsunder his legal name.Till 19 years of his age, he was unable tospeak Marathi. Afterwards, he read and studied Marathi, Sanskrit,and English literature extensively. He critically studiedparticularly the works of Sanskrit playwrights Kalidas andBhavabhuti; modern Marathi poets of his era Keshavasuta and ShripadKrushna Kolhatkar; Marathi poets of earlier times like Dnyaneshwarand Moropant; and English writers like Shakespeare, Percy Shelley,and Mark Twain.Completed playsEkach Pyala (एकच प्याला)Prema Sanyas(प्रेमसंन्यास)Punyaprabhav (पुण्यप्रभाव)Bhava Bandhan (भावबंधन)
Amritanubhav in Marathi 1.0
Amrutanubhav or Amritanubhav (Marathi: अमृतानुभव) is a compositionby the Marathi saint and poet Dnyaneshwar during the 13th century.It is considered to be a milestone in Marathi literature. ShreeMauli, more famous for 'Shree Gyaneshwari' wrote 'Amrutanubhav' (or'the experience nectar': nectar being the adjective for the'experience') at the behest of his Sadguru Shree NivruttinathMaharaj.Amrutanubhav is composed of two Marathi words Amrut(derived from Amrita which translates as immortal Elixir inSanskrit) and Anubhav meaning experience. As a result, it literallytranslates to "The elixir of experience" or even "the experience ofelixir" in Sanskrit/ Marathi.
Mendichya Panavar - Love Story 1.0
Mehdichya Panavar, romantic Marathi love storyby Aniket SamudraFor more free eBooks Please Visit http://www.SahityaChintan.com
Vardan by Premchand in Hindi 1.0
Premchand (or Prem Chand) is a pseudonym; his name was actuallyNavab or Dhanpat (Dhanpat Rai Shrivastava). One source notes that"Sixty-five years after his death Premchand remains the mostoutstanding figure in twentieth-century Hindi literature." Hisnovels and short stories firmly established these genres in Hindi,and his more than 300 stories contain his finest work. Poet,novelist and writer of short stories in Hindi as well as Urdu,Premchand was born on 31 July 1880 in the village Lamahi nearBenares. According to Wikipedia "He is generally recognized inIndia as the foremost Hindi-Urdu writer of the early twentiethcentury." The beauty of the novels of Premchand is in the plot. Ithink it is too early to make any judgmental statement on theliterary quality of the writings as this is the first novel ofPremchand that I read with an academic inclinations. However, I donot want to wait till I read all his novels either. At least I canmake some judgements based on the novel that I read.Vardan is anovel that is set in Varanasi. The story is of three families andtwo main characters. The hero of the novel is a young person who isthe only son of a father, a rich construction contractor who laterleaves his wife and only son is search of peace. When the head ofthe family leaves for Kumbha snan he never comes back. As usual themother of the hero is a housewife with little knowledge of what herhusband has been doing all these days. She was not involved in thenitty-gritty of her husband's entrepreneurial venture. She is lostin the web of the account register of her husband and ultimatelygets out of it by selling all her property except the house. Tomake both ends meet she lends one portion of the house. A familycomes to stay in the house. The family had a girl child, only childof her parents, the heroine of the novel. Both the hero and heroinestart loving each other. Premchand wrote novel in a different eraand love had a different meaning. However, one thing that took meby surprise was one instance when the small girl expresses herdesire to marry the actor to his mother. The mother says that theactor is like her brother. The girl boldly asks if she, the motherof the actor, wants to make her daughter-in-law or not? I thinkthis instance was very strong in the novel. I doubt if any writerin that era would have gone to this extent. Even today when lovebetween two small children is mostly perceived as "bhai-behan kapyar". The use of love has a very different meaning duringdifferent stages of life. In the novel it is quite explicit thatthe love between the hero and the heroine was not 'bhai-behan kapyar'. I remember that similar kind of confusion has been depictedin one of the novels of Khalil Gibran, in Broken Wings. In thatnovel too the hero and the heroine love each other and both asbrother and sister as well as like two young lover.
Nirmala by Premchand in Hindi 1.0
Nirmala is very well known literature by Munshi Premchand about thedowry system in India. Nirmala, first published in 1928 is a movingtale of a fifteen-year-old girl "Nirmala" whose life is bartered bythe very hands of destiny when she is made to marry an elderlywidower – a matchless match. Premchand presents a nuanced mockeryof the institution of marriage and that of the patriarchal societywith a high degree of reformist outline.The novel "Nirmala"entirely deals about the life and activities of Nirmala. Nirmala asthe protagonist and as the victim conveys some sensitive issueswhich leave the readers choked under the burden of the tragedy. Itdocuments a change that was occurring in the earlier part of the1900's and is an introduction of the history of women's rights andthe status of women in Indian culture. Moreover "Nirmala", thoughis perceived as a progressive indictment to the debased patriarchalsociety, it enables the readers to have an insightful idea aboutthe prehistory of `feminist` thinking in India of these days. Itwill be of special interest for the lovers of Indian culture andhistory and possibly of the history of women's rights.
Alankar by Munshi Premchand 1.0
Alankar by Munshi Premchand, a hindi social novelPremchand (31 July1880 – 8 October 1936), better known as Munshi Premchand,Munshibeing an honorary prefix, was an Indian writer famous for hismodern Hindi-Urdu literature. He is one of the most celebratedwriters of the Indian subcontinent, and is regarded as one of theforemost Hindustani writers of the early twentieth century, BornDhanpat Rai Srivastav, he began writing under the pen name "NawabRai", but subsequently switched to "Premchand". A novel writer,story writer and dramatist, he has been referred to as the "UpanyasSamrat" ("Emperor among Novelists") by writers. His works includemore than a dozen novels, around 250 short stories, several essaysand translations of a number of foreign literary works intoHindi.उपन्यास सम्राट मुंशी प्रेमचंद क़ी ये कहानी अध्यात्म, धर्म एवंनैतिकता के विषय में बहुत कुछ कह जाती है। उन दिनों नील नदी के तट परबहुत से तपस्वी रहा करते थे। दोनों ही किनारों पर कितनी ही झोंपड़ियांथोड़ी थोड़ी दूर पर बनी हुई थीं। तपस्वी लोग इन्हीं में एकान्तवासकरते थे और जरूरत पड़ने पर एक दूसरे की सहायता करते थे। इन्हींझोंपड़ियों के बीच में जहां तहां गिरजे बने हुए थे। परायः सभीगिरजाघरों पर सलीब का आकार दिखाई देता था। धमोर्त्सवों पर साधु सन्तदूर दूर से वहां आ जाते थे। नदी के किनारे जहां तहां मठ भी थे। जहांतपस्वी लोग अकेले छोटी छोटी गुफाओं में सिद्धि पराप्त करने का यत्नकरते थे...
Shiran Marathi Katha Sangrah 1.0
Shiran Marathi Katha Sangrah
Sorab Ni Rustum Marathi Book 1.0
Sorab Ni Rustum, is book by well known Marathi writter SaneGuruji.Sorab Ni Rustum Index- Sorab Ni Rustum- Waman BhatjinchiGaay- Pakharachi Goshta- Udarancha RanaReally good book, Hope youpeople like it.Pandurang Sadashiv Sane (24 December 1899 to 11 June1950), affectionately known as Sane Guruji (Guruji means "Teacher")to his students and followers was a famous Marathi author, teacher,social activist, and freedom fighter from Maharashtra, India. He isreferred as National Teacher of IndiaSane was born on December 24,1899 to Sadashivrao Sane and Yashodabai Sane in Palgad town, inRatnagiri district of the Konkan region of rural Maharashtra.Hewrote about 73 books, mainly children's literature.
Marathi Book Chimukli Esapniti 1.0
Ram Ganesh GadkariAn excellent playwright, humorist and poet, whoalso has to his credit the State song that he wrote eulogisingMaharashtraHe is revered especially for his contributions to enroothis humour in theatre and literature. He wrote poetry under thepen-name Govindaagraj whereas he wrote his humorous genre under thename Balaram. He published a collection of his poems titledVagvaijayanti in 1921. He considered himself as a follower of thepoet Keshavsut. But he was very different from Keshavsut in manyaspects.He wrote a lot of love-poems and was known as the love-bardin his time. He wrote many love-poems like Gulabi Kode, GodNirasha, Pahile Chumban, Murali, Prem ani Maran, Goph, Tee kon?etc.Gadkari wrote Chimukali Esapniti, a little book around 10pages. The book is an adaptation of some Aesop's fables whichcontains 10 stories. First published in 1910, this is a verypopular book of that time.
Lokmauli Ahilyabai Holkar 2.0
Lokmauli Ahilyabai Holkar - Children story based on biography
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Mayajal Marathi Katha Sangrah 1.0
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Vagvaijayanti Marathi Poem 1.0
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