Here is Prem Chand’s short story Bade Bhai Sahib translated by me. MY ELDER .. a very good translation of prem chandjis bade bhai sahab. Read Bade Bhai Sahab book reviews & author details and more at Bade Ghar Ki Beti by Munshi Prem Chand (Vishv Books) Paperback Rs.

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I felt sorry for him.

बड़े भाई साहब by Munshi Premchand

Just to give the readers an idea: I broke my head over this creation but failed to unravel the mystery. May be, he realized he had lost the right.

I never lost a single chance to rush to the playground, throwing pebbles in the air; flying paper butterflies. A whole army of boys carrying bamboo poles mounted with dry twigs was racing to grab bads. Even I am tempted, but I am helpless.

But if you want to clear exams, you better suffer this nonsense.

Bade Bhai Sahab ( बड़े भाई साहब )

A really good translation. One evening, far away from lremchand hostel, I was running like the mad to capture a free floating kite. One has to strain your eyes day and night, burn oneself out, only then can one learn it. Why should I waste my life doing something that was beyond my powers? Not because they have given us life but because they have, will always have, a far greater experience of the world.


Bade Bhai Sahab ( बड़े भाई साहब )

I now began to take an undue advantage of his lenience. And study the History of Englistan!

Anonymous September 18, at 3: To ready the kite string, to balance the kite, to prepare for the kit-flying tournaments — all this was done surreptitiously. Paperback24 pages. I devote all my time to studies. Tulika Singh added it Apr 17, Pradyuman rated it it was amazing Feb 11, And sometimes he would write a set of words that made bhau sense at all. At the first opportunity I would walk out of the hostel into the open ground, and toss pebbles into the air or fly paper butterflies.

Swaroop Murgod marked it as to-read Jul 18, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Anonymous April 15, at ny To see what your friends thought of this book, please mnushi up. So, it’s a sweet tale worth more than 5 stars without a second thought. He was in the ninth standard; I was only in the fifth grade…how could I attempt to dissect such intricate stuff? They ask you to write an essay on The Importance of Punctuality which should not be less than four pages in length.


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bace The story ends taking a sweet turn when the rpemchand Bhai Sahab” lets go of the shackles of his pretensions and joins the younger brother in the kite-flying, a happy reunion. We might accumulate all the knowledge in the world, yet they will always retain the right to admonish and correct us.

Really found it hard to understand it in the school text. Satveer Singh marked it as to-read Aug 26, Our mission was to collect as many fallen kites as we could. I was content to remain ignorant rather than labour so much! Want to Read saving….