Parti Parikatha

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Parti Parikatha
Author Phanishwar Nath Renu
Country India
Language Hindi
Genre Novel
Publication date
1957

Parti Parikatha (Story of the Barren soil), is a Hindi novel written by Phanishwar Nath Renu. The story revolves around a motley group of characters in a remote village of North Eastern Bihar in the backdrop of Zamindari (landlordism) Abolition movement. Along with Maila Anchal, it is considered Phanishwar Nath Renu's, finest work with a strong sense rural ethos reflected in the language and the idiom used the text, most noticeable for its use of visual language, like its opening line -
Meelon tak faili banjar ret, jaise qafan odhe hui dharti [1]

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