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  • Bachchan, Harivansh Rai
  • ISBN13 :9788170283447
  • ISBN10 : 8170283442
  • Binding: Hardback
  • Language : Hindi
  • Pages: 77
  • Publisher: Rajpal And Sons
  • Author : Bachchan, Harivansh Rai
  • SUPC: SDL318786326

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Harivansh Rai Bachchan's most celebrated work in Indian Poetry is Madhushala (Hindi). It is a collection of unconventional poetry by him.

The book was written by Harivansh Rai Bachchan back in 1935, when he was 28 years of age. ‘Madhushala’ means a tavern. In his poems he constantly mentions the pleasure of Saaki (bar woman), pyala (wine), and the tavern.

Madhushala is written in the rubaii form, which is a form of Arabic poetry. His poems bring out the real meaning of joy in life. He looks beyond doctrine and chimerical ideas to give readers a glimpse of the purest form of happiness. There are 135 rubaiis in this book of literature and fiction. It captivates the heart in such a way that readers might initially feel, that it is more to do with the celebration of liquor. Order this book online on Snapdeal to get it delivered to your doorstep.

About the Author:

Harivansh Rai Bachchan is one of the most celebrated poets of the country. He lived till the ripe age of 95. He was born in the year 1907 and he died on 18th January, 2003. He hailed from Allahabad, and he taught as an English teacher at the Allahabad University. Later he went on to spend two years of his life at St Catharine’s college, Cambridge, to do his doctoral thesis on W.B. Yeats. 

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