गुनाहों का देवता / Gunahon Ka Devta

गुनाहों का देवता / Gunahon Ka Devta

Dharamvir Bharati (धर्मवीर भारती) / Jun 24, 2019

Gunahon Ka Devta

  • Title: गुनाहों का देवता / Gunahon Ka Devta
  • Author: Dharamvir Bharati (धर्मवीर भारती)
  • ISBN: 9788126330140
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. “मेरे लिए इस उपन्यास का लिखना वैसे ही है जैसा पीड़ा के क्षणों में पूरी आस्था से प्रार्थना करना” – धर्मवीर भारती ने ‘गुनाहों का देवता’ के बारे में ऐसा लिखा था. मैं समझता हूँ की इस उपन्यास के पाठक [...]


    2. Not many of us will be familiar to Dharamvir Bharti but I must admit that he is a brilliant writer of the league of greatest ever to be here. His only drawback as i can see is he wrote in Hindi. This book is a story of a young man Chander who is very aspiring and wants to achieve great success in life. He has just moved to city of Allahabad where he is doing his Phd under the guidance of professor. Professor has a daughter. Chander and His daugher share a cutie relation not of lovers. Chander is [...]


    3. I had seen ‘Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda’ long back and since then I had become the fan of the movie and then its creator ‘Shyam Benegal’. But the real thing which made me like this movie was its story so grounded with small town realities and people, with no heroes or heroines but characters living normal lives with complications of life, love and livelihood. So I started searching the person behind the story and knowing it was ‘Dharamvir Bharati’ I wanted to read his book. He has been a p [...]


    4. One of the best book I have ever read. Surely the best book I have read in Hindi. I wish to read this again. The story make you think/realize many things. It shakes you from inside. The characters Sudha and Chander are still live in my memory. I can't explain the relation between between Sudha and Chander and there is no way to explain it, you have to read whole story for this. The relation build itself along with story. They themselves don't know how it all started between them. They have oblig [...]


    5. 4.5I'm relatively novice in Hindi literature. Having read only a few (precisely Devdas, Gaban, Path ke Davedar, Chandrakanta and Nirmala) this is easily the best I've read.This 1949 gloomy twisted love story is even relevant to date, which the youngsters would be able to relate very easily. The protagonist(s) are torn into the dilemmas of love, lust, friendship, trust, honour and code of conduct.Very deep and detailed characters, so much that you can pick anyone and think like them!No wonder in [...]


    6. What a shame that I can't write review of this book in Hindi! Frankly speaking I am scared to do injustice to the language. This has been my first serious attempt with Hindi literature. I am overwhelmed and in complete awe with the writing. The simple story is conveyed in a subtle intense style. After reading this book, I feel a shooting pain inside the heart. It grows with time. This book has a hypnotizing power. The way it explores various shades of love has mesmerized me completely. Consideri [...]


    7. 'Gunahon Ka Devta' , according to me , is a story of love between the sky and the earth ('zameen aur aasman' can be more clear expression) . The sky , our male  protagonist Chander and the earth , our female protagonist Sudha . The sky loves the earth and proudly claims that he has made the earth what she is , somewhere in the deepest recesses of his conscience he knows that he and the earth co-exist , there will be no reason of existence of the sky if the earth wouldn't have existed . But the [...]


    8. The book is very high on emotions but all female characters are portrayed as if their existence is solely for the benefit of males. May be this is true of the time when book was written(I think around 1949) but in today's world I don't like it. Ending of the book is on expected lines, you could feel it beforehand. The best part of the book is description of behaviour changes in Chandan.But whatever, Sudha's tragedy leave a mark on heart and I feel sad.


    9. Dharamveer Bharti, considered one of Hindi literature’s finest and foremost talents, wrote the classic Gunaahon ka Devta (the name of which, incidentally, inspired two Hindi films and one TV series, neither of which was actually based on the novel) in 1949. It was hugely popular when it was first published, especially among Hindi-speaking young urban males. It still is regarded by dozens as one of the best (if not the best) Hindi novels ever.Which is why I thought it was high time I finally re [...]


    10. This is a classic tale of unrequited love. The love of the protagonist Chander towards his Professor’s daughter Sudha. The novel is aptly titled “Gunahon Ka Devta” which in English translates into “Deity of Sin”.I would have preferred to name the protagonist a complete jerk, not only he fails to express his love explicitly to Sudha he also ends up ruining her life by persuading (rather forcing) her to marry someone else. The author does not make it clear as to why Chander does not ask [...]


    11. Its a must read by any hindi literature lovera masterpiece of its genre and an all time classicwrtten simply e storyline establishes an instant rapport with its readershipat said love is many - splendoured You get to glimpse the finest nuances of love It makes you think.flect and introspects gripping , heart-wrenching , idealistic and absolutely soul shakening !!!


    12. While I was looking for a good Indian classical writing to gift my sister the bookseller suggested me this book saying that if you have not read this one then you have read nothing in Hindi literature. I thought, well, why not to read it by myself and see whether he gave me a genuine advice or it was just one of his marketing tricks. Now I must say this book is fabulously written and very well woven with its characters. More or less the whole story rotates about the life of an, we can say, adopt [...]


    13. वो जो हम करना चाहें और वो जो हम कर बैठे हों , इन दोनों के बीच का अंतर हमसे गुनाह करवाता है , ऐसे गुनाह जो हमारे अंदर के देवत्व को और मज़बूत बना देते हैं और जन्मते हैं "गुनाहों का देवता"एक ऐसी कहानी जो [...]


    14. I remember reading this book in Standard 8 and being completely baffled, by the strange love story between the protagonists.15 Years later, I re-read the book to understand, why this book is considered to be a corner stone of Hindi Literature. To describe this book as a love story will be churlish, because this book talks of a love that has very ideals to follow.As a grade 8 kid, I could not agree to this book and now I cannot agree more with this book. There are some love stories where lovers c [...]


    15. Was my first hindi novel. The prologue itself is heart touching. And the ease with which, he has been able to sketch the mental battles related to relationships we fight through our lives. Ati uttam :)


    16. A book which gives different aspects of love and makes it clear that 'LOVE' can only be felt and expressed and it does not have any definition


    17. ये किताब के बारे में दिव्य प्रकाश दुबे जी की मुसाफिर कैफ़े पढ़ कर पता चला। उसमें में मुख्य पात्रों के नाम चन्दर और सुधा हैं। उन्हीने अपनी किताब में इस किताब को श्रेय और स्नेह दिया है। ये किताब पढ़ [...]


    18. गुनाहों का देवता उपन्यास की गिनती हिंदी साहित्य जगत में उन रचनाओं में होती है जिन्होंने साहित्य की धारा को ही एक नया मोड़ दिया है । प्रथम प्रकाशन के 65 साल बाद भी यह सबसे ज्यादा मांग में रहने वाल [...]


    19. This book fairly represent the conflicting choices and consequent agony of a person caught in a battle of conflicting choices. The plot is plain and simple and helps us focus on the stream of the novel without creating much distraction. Every main character of the master piece is unique in his/her own way and their interaction often guides us and the protagonist "Chandar" to doubt his beliefs and contemplate different dimensions of human feelings and relations. This work also touches in detail t [...]


    20. हिंदी साहित्य में अगर किसी उपन्यास ने मुझे अधिक झकझोरा है तो वह यह उपन्यास है. यह कालजयी उपन्यास अपने आप में एक ऐसा संसार है जहां की दुनिया से आप निकलना कदाचित पसंद नहीं करेंगे. चंदर और सुधा शाय [...]


    21. a fantastic lover story with a bitter ending, set in 1940's Allahabad, the novel is a bit long but a gripping tale about love, lust and relationships.extremely endearing yet culpable characters that you will love and hate equally. at the end you pity all of them because they all sufferre than anything else the novel tells you as the translator says "what happens when you don't have the courage to rebel" for what you love most. once you lost the thing you love just because you can't fight for it, [...]


    22. Before I started with this book,I had this in my mind that I'll be comfortably pleased with the book but Dharmvir Bharti ji's splendid work shaked me right from head to toe. My mother is a big time fan of Bharti ji which made me take up the job of reading it and I couldn't have asked for moreticulously written,strong control over every minute situation,the author certainly leaves you spell bound. A rare gem.


    23. A very intense, very philosophical and very beautiful book. Authenticity and attention to subtle emotions makes this one of those rare books that have the ability to grip the reader with completeness and generate a strong empathy for the plot. One of the first hindi novels I have read. I am looking forward to reading more hindi literature.


    24. Set aside one and half day from your routine if you want to dwell into this marvellous novel. Book shows a very different perspective of love contrasting to the modern love/romance. It makes me wonder whether such kind of pure love could exist in this world. Also loved the way Bharati describes the environment, nature and especially the city of Allahabad like Alfred Park, McPherson Lake, etc.


    25. Chandar, Sudha and Biniti these characters are going to last for a very long time in my memory. A marvelous story giving different perspective to young men and women relationship. Must read for all hindi literature lovers.


    26. What an unbearably sad story. While I get that the aesthetic is far removed from today's times, there were certain aspects of the book I simply couldn't wrap my head around. My fault, not the writer's. I do need to go find something cheering to read now.


    27. दो चीज़ें इस कालजयी रचना को अद्वितीय बना देती हैं :क) धर्मवीर भारती ने इसे तेइस वर्ष की अवस्था में लिख डाला था इतना दर्शन, इतनी परिपक्वता, ऐसे अनुभव! ख) इसका अटूट पाठन करना, कम-से-कम, मेरे लिए तो अस [...]




    28. Chandrakumar Kapoor, a doctoral student who spends most of time helping with academic and household chores of Dr. Shukla. Dr. Shukla is professor at Allahabad university and has a young daughter, Sudha, who is about to complete her bachelor studies. Chander and Sudha behaves as if they are untouched by the malice of growing old. Both shares a very pristine relationship, somewhere between friendship and love. Chander has a large role in building the character of Sudha as she does not have a mothe [...]


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