You are about to download Chitralekha by Bhagwati Charan Verma Hindi book pdf for free – Don’t forget to like us on facebook & share with your friends to keep . 3 जुलाई Chitralekha is a philosophical novel from the pen of Bhagwati Charan Verma. This novel is based on the them of love, life, sin and virtue. Chitralekha [Bhagwati Charan Verma] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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This book i read when i was in Std.

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May 20, Rahul Khanna rated it did not like it Shelves: I read it in hours in a train journey recently. Now the twist comes when a hermit named Kumargiri also falls in love with her.

It’s a very interesting book with fiction elements. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

Chitralekha, ostensibly a masterpiece of Hindi literature would have never EVER found a decent publisher if it was written in English Is that the reason why there are no translations in print? In order to read Chitralekha Hindi book and know who got her at the end, click on the download link given below. Refresh and try again. Jun 15, Aayush Raj rated it it was amazing. However he died and she became a widow.

Murtipooja Aur Naamjap Hindi Religious. The novel is bbhagwati the philosophy of life and lovesin and virtue. All the characters become victim of their circumstances.

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I did see the story as an approach to show the power of beauty,attraction and love too, how it influences our human minds and how we tend to get manipulated running cchitralekha those desires.

At par with Herman Hesse’s Siddhartha: No trivia or quizzes yet. This book is very deep and enriching in experience.

Retrieved from ” https: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. A society which seems totally different from chjtralekha current, yet so relatable.

A hemit Ratnambar has two disciples- first Shwetank and second Vishaldev. The other characters are Yashodhara, the princess, and Yashodhara’s father, the aged Mritunjay. I have read one more book by Bhagwaticharan Verma — ‘Veh Phir Nahi Aayi’ — and it had the same problems as Chitralekha the stentorian philosophizing was absent, which made chaan passable.

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Jul 27, Sushant Jha rated it it was amazing. Hee insan b na kedo laachar ahe- Kath’putlee jiyaa haaltun je ishaare te hale tho. Notify me of new posts by email. Nov 26, Gorab Jain rated it liked it Shelves: Jan 18, Ravinder Singh Dhull rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Yogi Kumargiri knows his imminent fall from grace but is helpless against the cha A great book indeed.

We appreciate your feedback. On chitdalekha other hand Beejgupt rises above ordinary and gives up all his material comforts does he too regret it later? Feb 14, Pramit Mishra rated it it was amazing.

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Assertion of Vishal Dev in the epilogue that Kumargiri is a saint and Beejgupta is a sinner even when he knew all about Kumargiri and Chitralekha seem un-natural.

चित्रलेखा by Bhagwati Charan Verma

Want to Read saving…. Apr 25, Swaraj Yadav rated it it was amazing. Hindi literature is not as devastated as I seem to say here.

Her honesty with herself through introspection and her refusal to let an ego come in the way of atonement lead her to victory in life since she attains peace within passion and passion within peace. The students are required to serve these masters for one year and then revert with an answer to their question. The story of the novel starts with the conversation between Chitralekha and Beejgupta.

What is love, god all about? A great book indeed. Woven around an intense love story that reflects on and fleshes out not just the various aspects of human nature but also the myriad dilemmas faced by us in our lifetime, Chitralekha – the novel and protagonist – is riveting from the first sight and word.