by Munshi Premchand
(The Gift of a Cow), Premchand's last novel, is considered the finest Hindi novel of all times.<sup></sup> The protagonist, Hori, a poor peasant, desperately longs for a cow, a symbol of wealth and prestige in rural India. Hori gets a cow but pays with his life for it. After his death, the village priests demand a cow from his widow to bring his soul to peace.
, प्रेमचंद (July 31, 1880 – October 8, 1936) was a writer of modern Hindi and Urdu literature. In India, he is generally recognized as the foremost writer in both Hindi and Urdu during the early twentieth century.
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