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some really sad hindi books to read?

lately i have been in a mood for reading very sad literature in hindi specifically and all i could extend my knowledge is to premchand for most, but i really want to some something very sad and heartbreaking in hindi apart from him.

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The Birth of Tragedy

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Kafka The metamorphosis

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Billions must understand

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I always imagine that

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What book are you reading rn? Making the first pos...

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I am right

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Pkd, the greatest sci fi author for today's world ...

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The smartest indian chan user reporting

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Are we doomed anons?

>be us, Indians >Sees Ancient Empire Maps from Persians to Mongols >Sees none of them were able cross Sindhu >Resist Islamic Invasions >Lost NW to Turks >Turks enter through KP Pass >You read, them destroying our places & killing our people >R...

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सांस्कृतिक पुनर्जागरण thread

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Inaugral itihaas thread

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anonymous

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No.26824

best books to learn about indian history?

Yogesh Chandrasekharan

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vOCLdy

No.26949

>>26824(OP)

"History and Culture of Indian Peoples" by RC Majumdar

anonymous

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JTnbyq

No.27121

>>26949

This is good but most likely he will get bored and never start. It should come from a place of interest, ideally you should select one path that you like, suppose study of coins in various kingdoms and times of india then branch out from there. That way you will learn a lot.

Also, remember that all the history is useless if you don't know the history of your own place,

>oldest temple in the city

>how people criss-crossed through the city in old times

>native shrubs, food patterns

>native animals

>old river and its path

Imbibe all of that. Most decentralized way to learn and value the place you lived.

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boAvQB

No.27855

whats interesting about lundian history? that we got conquered by literally everybody?

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ARYA

B/npE6

No.28288

NCERt

anonymous

ARYA

B/npE6

No.28289

>>27855

Cuck Kumar

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P3Ccv1

No.28771

>>27121

Good suggestion, but I would also like to have a go to history primer on hand with actual historians and not propagandist revisionist shitters like thapar, truschke and guha.

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a133U5

No.48791

>>26824(OP)

discovery of india

anonymous

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H0W9Ef

No.53259

>>26824(OP)

wikipedia sources

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+OnSGg

No.63535

>>26824(OP)

India after Gandhi is a good place to start. Very recent history that still has a bearing on day to day events and quite well written apart from all the Nehru dickriding.

Then go for India’s struggle for Independence by some bangali I forgot his name.