AADHA GAON BY RAHI MASOOM RAZA PDF
Read Book Aadha Gaon ebooks by Rahi Masoom Raza on Rekhta Urdu books library. Navigate to next page by clicking on the book or click the arrows for. Rahi Masoom Raza considered himself foremostly a son of the Ganga. In Adha Gaon that suspicion is created during the years leading up to partition. Aadha Gaon [Rahi Masoom Raza] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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He also wrote in Hindustani and Hindi language and was a lyricist of Bollywood. Rahi Masoom Raza was born in a Muslim family in a village named Gangauli,  located in district of Uttar Pradeshthe most populous state in Northern India.
Raza completed his early education in and around Ghazipurmadoom where he went to Aligarh Muslim University to complete higher studies. He completed a doctorate in Hindustani Literature and pursued a career in literature. He wrote the script and dialogues for a popular TV serial, Mahabharat. The TV serial was based on the epic, the Mahabharata. Several of Raza’s works vividly depict the agony and turmoil of the consequences of the partition of Indiaespecially its effect on the Hindu-Muslim relationship and the social tension among different Indian social groups.
They also depict life in feudal India and the ordinary happiness, love, pain, and sadness of ordinary people. At times he is the narrator. For instance, his novel Adha Gaon “Divided Village” narrates the story of two opposing Muslim landlord families in the village Ganguali at the time when India was gaining independence.
The central theme of Adha Gaon is that different people — regardless of class and religion — were sharing same land, water and air like brothers with all their human qualities and weaknesses but communal rivalry was not that much prominent then the mutual relationship between both the communities in United Provinces at the time of Indian Partition. Theme of novel is that before politics tore us away we Hindu and Muslim were one nation, Hindustan.
The novel is set in s India and as its central theme it bares the brutality of emergency in India and how general people were affected by such a draconian regime. It is gaonn ode to anti-emergency activists and shows how people through their vested interest enjoyed the fruits of emergency and how emergency ruined and destroyed people’s lives.
In the foreword, Raza dedicates the mwsoom to anti-emergency activists and say that freedom of speech is basic freedom.
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Another novel, Topi Shuklaalso revolves around the acts and conducts of devilish politicians of India, with the main character topi shukla being metaphor for ‘Indian politician’.
In his ” Neem ka Ped ” Raza tells the story of an “asami”, a tenant labourer and his landlord master.
The story starts in pre-independent India and ends in post independent India, showing the vagaries of both the feudal and democratic systems in India with its darker side. The protagonist is a landless labourer who is very faithful and obedient to his master and dreams only of making his only son an educated person. Fortunes dwindles in landlords home and he is sentenced to jail for murder of an upcoming leader of congress because of manipulations of his cousin who is also a landlord but nurses a grudge against the landlord.
After independence son of labourer becomes a member of parliament and son of landlord his trusted aid and advisor but as the saying is “power corrupts” the son of labourer who had now became an M.
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The following is an illustrative list of his works in different genres of writings:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Aasha article’s tone or style may not reflect the encyclopedic tone used on Wikipedia. See Wikipedia’s guide to writing better articles for suggestions. July Learn how and when to remove this template message. Retrieved 11 December Legacy of a Divided Nation: India’s Muslims Since Independence.