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A Hindi prose translation of the Bhagwad Geeta. The two salient points about this book are:
- A revolutionary new way of writing Sanskrit text–to make the Shlokas easily accessible to the common man.
- An easy-to-understand translation in modern Hindi prose–consisting of short and crisp sentences.
You can read this entire work online here.
A Hindi verse adaptation of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. In the ancient Indus Valley is an imaginary republic Saindhav Ganarajya ruled from the capital Dharavati. The patriarch Vikram is challenged by the likes of Kanka and Shatmanyu who claim that by exterminating Vikram they have reestablished democracy for ever. Have they? You can read this entire work online here.
The unique book offers Shakespeare’s text on the left and the Hindi verse translation on the right-hand pages. Of great use to the students of English literature. You can read this entire work here.
A Hindi verse translation of German poet Goethe’s classic play Faust a Tragedy. Published by the Bharatiya Jnanpith. You can read this entire work here.