25 December 2013

Munshi Premchand On Swami Vivekananda

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Munshi Premchand (Hindi: मुंशी प्रेमचंद, 1880—1936) was an Indian writer and wrote novels and short stories in Hindi and Urdu. He is considered as one of the most celebrated modern writers of Indian subcontinent. Premchand's notable novels include: Nirmala (1925), Gaban (1928), Godaan (1936) etc. Some of his critically appreciated short stories are: Durga ka Mandir (1917), Shatranj ke khiladi (1924), Idgah (1933), Kafan (1936) etc.

In this article we'll write Munshi Premnchand's quotes and comments on Swami Vivekananda.

Munshi Premchand's quotes on Swami Vivekananda

Premchand told—
Among the great souls who welcomed the Indian renaissance with sounds of conch shells, Vivekananda deserves the first place. His divine message has a clear pronouncement for spiritual progress— directed not for India alone but the world at large. ... ...The Swami is no more with us today, but the glow of spirituality he lighted will always illumine the World.


  • Vivekananda o Somokalin Bharotborsha, Basi, Sankari Prasad, Vol: VII, p: 503

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