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Bade Bhai Sahab ( बड़े भाई साहब )

You must also have read about the fate that Satan met. This is the best. Heart touching and that is why 5 stars!!! My dear fellow, this is just the beginning. Anup Kurup marked it as to-read Oct 12, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. 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.

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In the beginning he himself used to manage the household, and he would overspend, and remain under debt. And at the end he had drawn the face of a man. Then we would be in the same class, and he would lose the high ground to humiliate me. Swaroop Murgod marked it as to-read Jul 18, It is a light-hearted short tale about the relationship of two bha written in a serious sagab 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 rpemchand, such as rote learning, teaching quality 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.


Even then I am stuck in each class for two or three years. To internalize whatever you study. Anonymous May 21, at 1: Yes, I have flunked but I am still your elder brother and I know the world better. Then why kill poor students for the goddamed sequence? It is not easy munshj remember the names of the kings. Anonymous April 15, at Premcband will first try some home remedy, only if it fails, will he call for a doctor.

The data provided here is admittedly inadequate for any definite conclusions. Jul 27, Vishal Sudarshanwar added it.

Pooja Yadav added it May 09, Sometimes even in Gulli-danda a person plays a big stroke by chance, but that does not make him a great player.

We stop having breakfast, avoid being seen by the barber and the washer man. One more year and we could end up in the same grade.

I too long to fly yb. Slog for months and you barely get to reach the shore, even scholars never take it easy.

You are intelligent no doubt, but where’s your self-respect? To sit with a book for an hour was like climbing a mountain.

It may look unpalatable to me now, yet it might be that I passed these examinations one after the other with good marks because of his sermonizing.


May be, he realized he had lost the right.

बड़े भाई साहब

Even the gods of love and rain were his slaves. His novels describe the problems of the poor and the urban middle-class. I felt far freer.

Duty weighs upon my head. Ravan was a Universal King. Books by Munshi Premchand. In history you must have read about the fate of Ravan.

Yet who manages his household? Then he flew off towards the hostel.

Shibani added it May 08, Amulya Dixit rated it it was amazing Jul 15, If they had asked me I would have suggested a million. Anonymous April 20, at 2: Are we not left waiting for the next remittance? Now Bhai Sahib was just one class ahead of me.

His first question would be: Navneet Prasad marked it as to-read Oct 25, I was happy being a dullard but god save me from this struggle… But all tension vanished premfhand next moment to make way for some fresh resolve Premchand is considered the first Hindi author whose writings prominently featured realism. English from six to eight; arithmetic from eight to nine; history from nine to nine-thirty; then food and to school. What do we see?