Contribution of mulk raj anand
Each of them has contributed in his own way to the rich thought and technique of the poem.
Bibliography of mulk raj anand
One of the pioneer of Indo-Anglican Fiction ,he togather with R. Bakha searches for salve to the tragedy of the destiny into which he was born, talking with a Christian missionary , listening to a speech about untouchability by Mahatma Gandhi and a subsequent conversation between two educated Indians, but by the end of the book Anand suggests that it is technology, in the form of the newly introduced flush toilet, that may be his savior by eliminating the need for a caste of toilet cleaners. Mulk Raj was highlighting the life of the poor and the hapless in his country through his novels and short stories, and he enriched the English language by introducing into its body a mix of the Punjabi and Hindustani elements. Religious,hypocrisy,feudal system East and west encounter,the place of woman in the society ,superstitions aremajor themes. For the entire body his work, Rao was awarded the Neustadt international Prize for literature in The growth of an English-language Indian literature is a strange phenomenon, and it will have its effect on the post-war world". It was in that province that the Jallianwala Bagh massacre was perpetrated and Anand was just eleven at that time. Read More Indian English Mulk Raj Anand was the master of storyteller of the downtrodden and of the touchable who suffer from the unending story of exploitation. Copy Citation Mulk Raj Anand And in this book, he incorporated the Punjabi and Hindustani idioms into English and was considered as the Charles Dickens of India.
Mulk Raj Anand, born on 12 Decemberin Peshawar, a prominent Indian writer primarily known for his concern for the low caste people in the Indian society and portrayed about their wretched lives. Political orientation[ edit ] Anand's political career began through an early involvement with the non co-operation movement offor which he suffered a brief imprisonment.
Untochable Anand married English actress and Communist Kathleen Van Gelder in ; they had a daughter, Susheila, before divorcing in The son of a coppersmith, Anand graduated with honours in from Punjab University in Lahore and pursued additional studies at the University of Cambridge and at University College in London.
Coolie is Dickensian saga about the misfortunes which beset the young Munoo - an orphan from Kangra - upon his progressive travels from the pastoral idyll of the hills to the big smog of Bombay.
Mulk Raj was highlighting the life of the poor and the hapless in his country through his novels and short stories, and he enriched the English language by introducing into its body a mix of the Punjabi and Hindustani elements. His realistic novels Angry at Injustice, Satirical yet warm reveal the great Indian generosity of heart and great sympathy whit the unfortunate and anger against towards the forces, which made then helpless.
Anand married Shirin Vajifdara Parsi classical dancer from Bombay in
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