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Mahipatram Nilkanth Writers of Reformist era From the middle of 19th century, Gujarati, like other regional Indian languages, came under strong western influence, precisely due to colonial residence and colonial reign. Western education and culture started to influence local culture and the awareness was spread about pervasive customs of Hindu society. Two sections in society emerged: conservative following traditional customs as a cultural duty and liberal which believed in opposition and end of social pervasive customs and injustice  So Prarthana Samaj , Arya Samaj , Theosophical Society were established which wanted to reform society through religion while other reformers believed in non-religious way of reform. Social reform was a central subjects in works of this era. He contributed in prose and poetry.
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Nice story with little suspense Nice explanation about skkim and pasung. A novel which has good narration about her and heroin chemistry and as well about. No return is a story written by pravin pithadiya, there are lots of grammatical mistakes and even the story itself not promising suspense and thriller which I had expected since when I had started reading a book.
The book is all about to find the peccable who had fired on Rajesh and because of him Rajesh had fallen into coma. When they started their journey to expose the culprits and the way they got the map of the hidden treasure, buried by Amomukhi some years ago.
I found it less suspense thriller. The story moves around the treasure. The author has describbed the story monotonously way at some time, i found it had been penned down unnecessarily long description.
I would like to go with 2. Thriller novel in Gujarati, enjoyed reading. The plot was good, the place and characters are well placed.
Looking forward for more.
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Pathak , K. Modern Gujarati prose was ushered in with a bang by Narmad, but K.
Munshi and, of course, the legend and nationalist himself, Mahatma Gandhi, gave it prominence in this age. This last essay sets out his programme on economics. He wrote extensively on vegetarianism, diet and health, religion, social reforms, etc.
Gandhi usually wrote in Gujarati, though he also revised the Hindi and English translations of his books. Gandhi was a prolific writer.
Later, "Navajivan" was published in Hindi. During the s, there could be witnessed a rise in communistic poetry and this inspired a movement for progressive literature in Gujarati too. Meghani, Bhogilal Gandhi, Swapnastha and others began to preach class conflict and hatred of religion through their writings. Munshi is deemed one of the most multi-talented and flexible and looming literary figures of Gujarati literature of contemporary times.
Munshi's voluminous works include dramas, essays, short stories and novels. Indeed, after the rise of Mahatma Gandhi's prominence in a steadily strengthening struggle for independence and social equality, a great volume of poetry, written by poets like Umashankar, Sundaram, Shesh, Snehrashmi and Betai, amongst others, centred on the existing social order, the struggle for independence and the travails of Mahatma Gandhi himself.
Highly inspired by Rabindranath Tagore 's dialogue poems, Umashankar Joshi enriched the existing Gujrati literature by penning in the same manner. Two such poems are his "Prachina" and "Mahaprasthan". For his poem "Nishith", he received the Jnanpith Award in Rajendra Shah won the Jnanpith—the Indian government's most prestigious literary prize—for the year The judges noted, "his intensity of emotion and innovation in form and expression which set him apart as a poet of great significance.
The mystical tone of his poetry stems from the tradition of great medieval masters like Kabir, Narsinh Mehta and literary giants like them". He authored more than 20 collections of poems and songs, mainly on the themes of the beauty of nature, and about the everyday lives of indigenous peoples and fisherfolk communities. The life of a ten-year-old girl is shattered by two drunken and remorseless young men. The mostly white town reacts with shock and horror at the inhuman crime.
Until her black father acquires an assault rifle and takes matters into his hands. For ten days, as burning crosses and the crack of sniper fire spread through the streets of Clanton, the nation sits spellbound as young defense attorney Jake Brigance struggles to save his client's life This story is incomplete Where will the rest be?