Best Hindi Novel PDF To Read of All Time

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There are many Hindi novels which are good to read but here I am telling you about some good Hind novels list which are really good.

1.Gunaahon Ka Devta (by Dharamveer Bharti)-
One of the most-touching romantic novels ever, it was first published in 1949. Gunaahon Ka Devta is a complex love story that defies the general concepts of romantic relations, taking it way ahead in the realm of human existence. Chander and Sudha, the lead pair, love each other since childhood but do not get married to each other. The books traces the love lost and found in the process and beyond.

This is the best book that I have read, based on the life of Karna, all the emotions of all the characters are beautifully captured. It is a must read for anybody who is interested in Mahabharat and especially in the life of Karna.

This book is based on life of Krishna, by the same author as Mrityunjay. I would recommend it to read some time after you've read Mrityunjay. The book appears disappointing because Mrityunjay is so good. Though, this book is excellent too.

A book by Premchand. Pratigya is a popular novel in which Premchand describes the ideal hindu woman.

This novel needs no introduction. A Saga of a family surviving in a typical Indian rural village.

An ordinary person starts to question everything and in process finds out what he likes and who he likes. A manifestation of individualist philosophy setup in pre-independence era. Those who have read "Fountainhead", shekhar in this novel is a more real Howard Roark.

First published in 1954, Rashmirathi is a novel take on the Hindu mythological epic Mahabharat. The character of Karna, the son unmarried Kunti (Pandu's wife) had with Lord Son, is portrayed as the hero in the poem. It is interesting to read the perspective of what is otherwise an unsung hero in Vyas's Mahabharata.From the injustices meted out to Karna as a 'shudra-putra' to the self-righteousness of the Pandavas and even Kunti, Dinkar points them all out in his poetic style.
 ordinary person starts to question everything and in process finds out what he likes and who he likes. A manifestation of individualist philosophy setup in pre-independence era. Those who have read "Fountainhead", shekhar in this novel is a more real Howard Roark.

This is a collection of short stories, many of which we must have heard or read during our childhood.

I recently learned about this book which is based on partition in 1947. Written by Bhisham Sahni, this book won the Sahitya Akademi award and was also made into a mini tv series.

One of the most-quoted works of Harivansh Rai Bachchan, Madhushala was first published in 1935. Madhushala has gems of philosophical wisdom using the symbol of alcohol and alcoholisms. Interestingly, the poet was a teetotaller.

First published in 1928, Nirmala is one of the many novels where Premchand takes a dig at the evil practices plaguing Indian society. The USP of Premchand's works is the usage of colloquial words and referrences. Nirmala is the story of a young woman married to a widower and her struggles thereafter.

Vayam Rakshamah is a classic hindi/sanskrit novel on Ravana's quest for bringing all dev, daitya, danav, manav, naag under one umbrella of Raksha community. It relates the political development of that age with current geography in a very interesting way. It also brings out a new perspective on Ravana, his rise and his fall.

13.Raag Darbari (By Sri Lal Sukla)-
Raagdarbari, first published in 1970, is a commentary on the disconnect between what we practice and what we preach. Rangnath, a history student visits his village and stays there to notice the stark differences between the ideals he learnt at university and the practices of his uncle, the village head and his practices.

The author has portrayed 2500 year old Indian society through the life of Amrapali.

15.Kitne Pakistan (by Kamleshwar)- 

Hindi writer-scriptwriter Kamleshwar won the Saahitya Academy in 2003 for Kitne Pakistan. Kamleshwar creates a fictional court where different historical characters are brought to the witness's box and asked to narrate their version of history. Through Kitne Pakistan, Kamleshwar address the struggles and pains of partition. Interestingly, it is not just about India-Pakistan but also brings forth historical personalities like Alexander and Akbar.
Phanishwar Nath Renu wrote Maila Aanchal in 1954. Based in rural regions of Bihar, Maila Aanchal showcases the various struggles of less-privelaged classes both physical and ideological.

Gaban is a Hindi novel by Munshi Premchand, written in 1931. Through this novel, he tries to show the falling moral values among lower middle class Indian youth in the era of British India. It is considered as Premchand's best work, after Godan.

This takes you to that era of Nainital when the city was still beautiful and not commercialized. The amazing narration of the beauty of the city with its lakes, in winters of north India, when clubbed with an innocent love story makes it one of the best books I have read. Just 152 pages and you will never be the same.

This novel Rangbhumi emphasizes mainly upon the prevalence of deed and rights. A woman’s helplessness and plight has been revealed in this book. It depicts the social, political, religious and economical issues of India that was under the clench of slavery.

20.Dil Dhoondta Hai(Rakesh Malhotra)
I'm sure you've heard author's name before but let me tell you anyway. He is well know producer, and actor in Bollywood. Some of his films are Kick, and 2 States. So what happen when a producer or an actor try to wrote a book. Well can't digest being it a good book, right? But this is one of the most wonderful books I've ever read on that genre. Rahul the main character is on a quest to find a perfect life-partner. It tells about the dream of finding a perfect partner and coping with reality. All I want to say reading this book won't disappoint you.

Collection of short stories and as the title have, this book is written on the perspective of a woman. After that do I need to tell you why you should read this book? Anyway, read it and this book will change your mindset about your Aisi Waisi Aurat.

Ashadh Ka Ek Din (Hindi: आषाढ़ का एक दिन, One Day in the season of rain) is a debut Hindi play by Mohan Rakesh in 1958. Since the month of Ashadh (beginning on 22 June and ending on 22 July) is usually the onset period of the monsoon in North India, the name can be understood to mean One day during the Monsoon. 

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