सूरज का सातवाँ घोड़ा [Suraj ka Satwan Ghoda] (2020)

सूरज का सातवाँ घोड़ा [Suraj ka Satwan Ghoda] Dharamvir Bharati (धर्मवीर भारती) धर्मवीर भारती Suraj ka Satwan Ghoda Suraj ka Satwan Ghoda is considered a unique experiment in story telling A short novel that may also be viewed as a set of connected mini narratives it can also be considered as one of the foremost
  • Title: सूरज का सातवाँ घोड़ा [Suraj ka Satwan Ghoda]
  • Author: Dharamvir Bharati (धर्मवीर भारती) धर्मवीर भारती
  • ISBN: 9788126314867
  • Page: 320
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सूरज का सातवाँ घोड़ा [Suraj ka Satwan Ghoda] Dharamvir Bharati (धर्मवीर भारती) धर्मवीर भारती Suraj ka Satwan Ghoda is considered a unique experiment in story telling A short novel, that may also be viewed as a set of connected mini narratives, it can also be considered as one of the foremost instances of metafiction in twentieth century Hindi literature This book talks about the encounter of narrator with 3 different women during his teenage, youth adult Suraj ka Satwan Ghoda is considered a unique experiment in story telling A short novel, that may also be viewed as a set of connected mini narratives, it can also be considered as one of the foremost instances of metafiction in twentieth century Hindi literature This book talks about the encounter of narrator with 3 different women during his teenage, youth adulthood.
सूरज का सातवाँ घोड़ा [Suraj ka Satwan Ghoda] Dharamvir Bharati (धर्मवीर भारती) धर्मवीर भारती

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  1. Rajan

    Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda literally means The seventh horse pulling the chariot of the sun One of the books of which I first saw the movie and then read the book Movie by Shyam Benegal is brilliant so is Manik Mull played by Rajat Kapoor Usually in case of movie adaptations of literature one or the other is disappointing But in this rare case both are brilliant.The novel is in narration style where Manik Mulla name is very suggestive Hindu and Muslim both tells story of failed romances of three wome [...]

  2. Vikalp Trivedi

    If you haven t read this gem in the world of literature than you haven t read anything Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda by Dharmvir Bharti is a phenomenal novel which falls in genere of Meta Fiction The story follows meeting of some friends in seven consequent afternoons Some friends get together on a friend s place and hears the stories told by Manik Mulla , who is considered as the most mature among them He tells them the stories of women who came in his life at different points of time Simple enough No [...]

  3. Rajan

    rajanmogha 2015 08 Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda literally means The seventh horse pulling the chariot of the sun One of the books of which I first saw the movie and then read the book Movie by Shyam Benegal is brilliant so is Manik Mull played by Rajat Kapoor Usually in case of movie adaptations of literature one or the other is disappointing But in this rare case both are brilliant.The novel is in narration style where Manik Mulla name is very suggestive Hindu and Muslim both tells story of failed rom [...]

  4. Rajan

    Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda literally means The seventh horse pulling the chariot of the sun One of the books of which I first saw the movie and then read the book Movie by Shyam Benegal is brilliant so is Manik Mull played by Rajat Kapoor Usually in case of movie adaptations of literature one or the other is disappointing But in this rare case both are brilliant.The novel is in narration style where Manik Mulla name is very suggestive Hindu and Muslim both tells story of failed romances of three wome [...]

  5. Neha

    The Seventh Steed of the Sun The stories are set in a typical lower middle class society of an Indian village Daily struggles of people with poverty and societal norms with its roots in a worldly struggles of capitalism vs socialism The stories are as colloquial as you would have heard in your society or community Girl likes neighbour boy, big dowry demands, parental pressure, young girl married to rich old man, million rituals for bearing son as a hire even now if you open a newspaper these the [...]

  6. Anurag

    , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 1993 Originally posted at yayawar 2015 12 book re

  7. Tanuj Solanki

    Review in Hindi soon As for now, let it be mentioned that this book is a gem and perhaps a hidden precursor of post modern literature It is as good as the best Calvino.

  8. Varun Gupta

    Tragic and dystopic Modernist novel, ahead of its time Non linear narration and an exquisite archetype of intertextuality.A good read

  9. Kartik

    An excellent commentary on the moral aberrations and distortions in Indian middle class society in the 1950s told through the stories of three women, Jamuna, Lily and Satti The author s main point is that love is colored by the socio economic structure in which we live and fails to offer anything positive to these women because of false taboos of the times He talks about love that touches the strings of beauty deep down in the recesses of the soul and wakens them to music and yet disappoints bec [...]

  10. Richa Sharma

    I am glad I picked it up as my coming back to hindi book Beautifully narrated by Manik Mulla, the storyteller, who immaculately describes three women Jamuna, Lilly and Satti and their lives as it intersected with his Wo bolne ka andaz, wo sundar shabd, wo kahani batane ka tareeka, sab mann ko bha gaya This also took me back to kidhood wherein we were always asked about the moral of the story as there were instances where Mullaji would ask his audience about what they learnt from the stories This [...]

  11. Rohan Kanungo

    It is one of those books that would smoothly slide through your eyes because of the simple language used, but at the same time it will have a lasting impression on the psychology Through simple stories of love and friendship Dr Bharti address the root causes of most relevant and glaring issue faced by urban middle class in India Written in 1952 the book holds true even today A must read for fans of hindi realistic fiction.

  12. Ravish

    Finished in a single seating Very short but engaging book without any doubt Dharmavir Bharti is a masterclass

  13. Krishnendra Mishra

    Main kya jiyaMujhko jeevan ne jiyaBoond boond kar piyaPi kar path par Khali sa chod diya.

  14. Nilay

    Not much to write here mostly because I had very high hopes from this book Having read and loved Gunahon Ka Devta , I was really looking forward to this book.The book s narrative is very unique wherein a series of short related stories spread over the life of a dozen or so main characters is narrated by the storyteller, Manik, in his own unique style to a bunch of his friends over 7 afternoons Women play a very pivotal role in these stories and although all the stories flirt around the love life [...]

  15. Manish Malik

    Suraj ka Satwan Ghoda is an experiment in story telling Manik Mulla, over a timespan of seven afternoons narrates three love stories There are three important things in this, firstly it s not a collection of stories but one story in many stories, secondly the very fact that these are love stories is disputable and thirdly each story has a moral, something that Manik Mulla believes is indispensable to story telling.These brief encounters give you an insight into identity of love in the lives of a [...]

  16. Sarthak Pranit

    This book really took me back to Lachma by Fakir Mohan Senapati or Letters of the Last Spring by Manoj Das And damn it was beautiful to read this book and watch the movie on the same day And to my delight, both delivered.It s a wonderful work based on Indian lower middle class society post the second World War It s five different stories interconnected via the protagonist The metaphor in the title refers to the seventh horse of the Sun as referred to in the Puranas.The story indicates that our p [...]

  17. Ajeet Singh

    jis tarah se Bharati ji ne, is upanyaas mein, kuch kahaniyon ke dwara, prem ki vyakhya ki hai atyant hi sarahniya hai Yeh kahaniyaan aapne aap mien poorna kahaniyaan to hain hi lekin inka aapas mein bhi gahara sambandha hai Har kahani se lagbhag yahi nishkarsh nikala ja sakta hai hai ki, prem, yadyapi yeh do logon ke beech janamta aur panapata hai, lekin bahari samaj ka bhi isr aisa asar padta hai jisko nazarandaaz nahin kiya ja sakta Ye vivechna us kaal mien bhi vaidh thi aur aaj ke yug mien bh [...]

  18. Akshay

    The Hindi novella, Suraj Ka Satwan Ghoda by Dharamvir Bharti is highly acclaimed in the Hindi literary circles, for its highly experimental form of storytelling and well etched out characters The central idea of the novella is an investigation into how socioeconomic backgrounds of an individual affect his her love life The stories are told by Manik Mulla, a supervisor at the Railway Mail Service who narrates the stories of three women he meets at three different points in life over a week in the [...]

  19. Anand Patel

    Book is covering various aspects of life like love, relation etc The way characters are connected to each other are very unique There are number of plays done on this book so one can guess why this is so famous

  20. Felicia

    I feel repulsed by Manik Mulla Absolutely Repulsed It was all fine till the second last chapter, but that completely changed the trajectory of the story and the image I had of Manik Mulla I DON T LIKE HIM AT ALL

  21. Sowmya

    Without making any claims that I completely understood everything thats written there, the way its supposed to be understood I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book Infact, I liked the book than the movie.

  22. Aakash Sharma

    an exceptional book of inter twined stories I was drawn to read it after watching the award winning film by Shyam benegal The original story is different at many places than the film The book will give you insights in to the characters and their background

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