10 Best Selling Hindi Novels To Read
India is country of 1.4 billion people, Around 89000+ books are printed every year in India. A bestseller could be defined as a book that sells at least 10,000 copies every year. There is list of top 10 novels below that are bestseller, full of suspense and interest.
List Of Novels:
Godan (Hindi: गोदान, ‘Cow donation’) is a Hindi novel Written by Munshi Premchand, translated into English as The Gift of a Cow.
It was first published in 1936 and is considered one of the greatest Hindi novels of modern Indian literature. Themed around the social economic deprivation as well as the exploitatio1) Godaan ( गोदान ) :n of the village poor, the novel was the last complete novel of Premchand. It was translated into English in 1957 by Jai Ratan and P. Lal translation; a 1968 translation by Gordon C. Roadarmel is now considered “a classic in itself”.
The location of this story has been Allahabad since the British era. The story has three main characters: Chandar, Sudha and Pammi. The entire story revolves primarily around these characters. Chandar is among the favorite students of Sudha’s father i.e. university professor and the professor also considers him like a son. This is the reason why Chandar keeps on visiting Sudha without any restriction. Both of them do not know when Sudha is slowly giving her heart. But this was not an ordinary love. It was love based on devotion. Chandar was the deity of Sudha and Sudha always respected him like a devotee.
Chander is in love with Sudha, but his ideals dominate Sudha’s father’s favor and personality, weaving something that he could never tell his mind to Sudha. In the eyes of Sudha, he wants to remain a god and this is what happens. His association with Sudha is the same as that of a deity and a devotee. Chander’s conflict with love remains in most parts of the novel. The result is that Sudha gets married elsewhere and eventually has to leave the world.
Chandrakanta is one of the earliest Hindi novels written by Devkinandan Khatri. It was composed in the late 19th century. This novel became very popular and it is said that many people had learned Devanagari to read it. It is based on Tilism and Aiyaari and is named after the heroine.
Chandrakanta can be called a love story. This pure cosmic love story carries forward the contradiction of love and hatred between the two enemy kingdoms, Navgarh and Vijaygarh. Princess Chandrakanta of Vijaygarh and Prince Virendra Vikram of Navgarh love each other. But there is enmity among the Raj families.
The reason for the enmity is that the Maharaj of Vijaygarh considers the king of Navgarh as responsible for killing his brother. However, the responsible for this is Vijaygarh general minister, Krur Singh, who is dreaming of marrying Chandrakanta and becoming the chef of Vijaygarh. Along with the lead story of Princess Chandrakanta and Prince Virendra Vikram, the love story of Aiyar Tej Singh and Aiyara Chapla also goes on. The story ends with the conclusion of Virendra Singh, son of Raja Surendra Singh of Naugarh and Chandrakanta, daughter of Raja Jaisingh of Vijaygarh.
In this book, such a secret has been told, which guarantees happiness, wealth, fame, everything you want. What is the world’s most precious secret after all? This is important to know, because implementing it can change your life.
It has been understood by some of the most prominent people in history: Plato, Galileo, Beethoven, Edison, Carnegie, and Einstein, along with other renowned inventors, theologians, scientists, and great thinkers.
Chitralekha is not only the first novel to give Bhagwati Charan Varma a reputation as a novelist but is also counted among the rare Hindi novels whose popularity has crossed the threshold of equal time. Chitralekha’s narrative is based on the problem of sin and virtue. What is sin? Where is it? —To find the answer to these questions, two disciples of Mahaprabhu Ratnamber, Shvetank and Vishaladeva, go to the shelter of Samanta Bijgupta and Yogi Kumaragiri respectively. While living with them, Shwetank and Vishaladev go through different life experiences. And Mahaprabhu Ratnamar’s comment on his conclusions is: “Sin is nothing in the world, it is just another name for the asymmetry of human attitudes.” We neither sin nor do virtue, we only do what we have to do. ”
The two families are Puro and Rashid. Puro Shah and Rashid Sheikh are Hindu and Muslim respectively. There is an ancestral fight between the Shahs and the Sheikhs. Two generations ago, the men of the Shahs had taken a girl of Sheikh, Agawa. Now they keep thinking of revenge. Puro is abducted by Rashid and captured. She insists on leaving the house, but Rashid tells that her own family has become unknown to Puro. But Puro had faith in his parents. She runs away from Rashid after getting a chance. Reaches her home at night. Mother and father are together. Her father stops Puro from entering the house and says that she is now alien. She has become impure and her religion has become corrupt.
Shekhar: A Biography ‘Agneya’s most read novel; A story of Hindi which every generation of readers has considered necessary and after passing it, he feels like drowning in a full of life. The protagonist of the novel, Shekhar himself, is unknowable or someone else, it has always been a matter of curiosity. Some consider it to be his autobiographical work, but the agnostic himself says that it is not ‘self-biographical’. They say that ‘self-occurrence’ is not self-realization, but it can also be self-realized if we have the ability to be open to him … I have a lot more in Shekhar.
‘But this story is not like that Is that it can be blown up by saying ‘a man’s niju baat’ The agnostics consider it a reflection of their era and society. In it ‘My society and my era speaks, … It symbolizes the era of me and Shekhar.’ Intense and impulsive emotionality of a person shaping his time-society and his identity between multidimensional and synthetic characters. Agneya’s comment about Shekhar, the protagonist of this novel, is: ‘Shekhar is not a big man, he is not a good man either. But he is trying to identify himself honestly in the light of the accumulated experience of humanity … By walking with him you will find that there is a shekhar somewhere inside you that is … aware, independent and honest, very honest. . ‘
Rangbhoomi is the great novel of the world’s great legend – Shilpi Premchand, which can be placed in the category of epic. In the novel, Surdas battles with industrialization. This true person who risks the principles loses at last. His land is taken away. His dream crumbles, but Surdas, a rich man of unwavering faith, accepts the challenge as if he does not live, the battle will still go on and one day victory will come true. Novel This is the authentic original text of Premchand, reputed to be one of the leading storytellers of the world, blessed with emperor’s pride. This is an edited version under the direction of the famous litterateur Amritrai, which has a long role written by him, which makes Premchand struggle and struggle.
Krishna is an influential personality who, without exception, arouses eagerness and whom everyone wants to know and understand. Krishna – an artist, a lover, a politician, a psychologist, a businessman, a visionary, a guru … and more. Their achievements do not take the name of freezing …
He traveled from Gawale to Dwarkadhish.
He knew the art of laughing and living life even under the most difficult circumstances.
• His life is a classic example of creating zero.
He won every war of life – whether war be it economic, social or political…
So, to win every war of life, we need just to look into Krishna’s mind and his life. Making this task easy for us is Deep Trivedi, author of the bestseller ‘Main Man Hain’, who has covered the mind and life of Krishna in his latest book, ‘I am Krishna – Master of Mind and Life’.
As the author of the book is a pioneer of Spiritual Psycho-Dynamics, it depicts the complete psychology of Krishna and the changes that occur at the required places, making it clear to the readers what Krishna did and why. Another important thing to note here is that for anyone who understood the psychology of Krishna, understanding the psychology of any human being becomes a game of the left hand. Overall, the entire life of Krishna is presented in this book as a very interesting story. If it is said about this book in one sentence, we can say, “This is the whole story of Gawale Kanha becoming Jai Shri Krishna.”
After doing research from the following scriptures in this book, the entire life of Krishna has been threaded together in such a psychological manner that your life will change as you read his life journey: Mahabharata, Shatapatha Brahmin, Aitareya Aranyak, Nirukta, Ashtadhyayi , Garg Samhita, Jataka Katha, Arthashastra, Indica, Harivansh Purana, Vishnu Purana, Mahabhashya, Padma Purana, Markandeya Purana and Kurm Pu Brahmin .…
Premchand is one of the most famous writers of the Indian subcontinent, and is known as one of the most important Hindustani writers of the twentieth century. His works include a dozen novels, about 250 short stories, several essays and the translation of many foreign literary works into Hindi. Premchand is considered the first Hindi writer whose writings were mainly based on realism. His novels describe the problems of the poor and the urban middle class. He used literature to bring public awareness about national and social issues and wrote about topics related to corruption, child widowhood, prostitution, feudal system, poverty, colonialism, and India’s independence movement.
Premchand began to take an interest in political affairs in Kanpur in the late 1900s, and this is reflected in his early work, which had the color of patriotism. Initially his political views were influenced by moderate Indian National Congress leader Gopal Krishna Gokhale, but later, he turned to the more radical Bal Gangadhar Tilak. Due to strict government censorship, he did not specifically mention the British government in some of his stories, but expressed his opposition in the setting of the medieval era and foreign history.
In 1920, he was influenced by the non-cooperation movement of Mahatma Gandhi and the struggle for social reform. Premchand’s focus was on the economic liberalization of the peasants and the working class, and he was opposed to rapid industrialization, which according to him could lead to losses of peasant interests and further oppression of workers.