TejChhavai Raat (તેજછવાઈ રાત) By Late Shri Harilal Upadhyay...
Book: તેજછવાઈ રાત (TejChhavai Raat)
Navbharat Sahitya Mandir
as a serial story in Panetar
Excerpts from TejChhavai Raat:
A genuine fellow who believed in fulfilling all his duties, have saved
a lady from the mouth of the death and with all his generosity and feelings
he have accepted her as his wife. Though, that lustful lady proove it as a
wrong decisson and have darkened the way of that fellow via her hunger for
materialistic happiness. The people who have morals and ethics, who are
desperate to be nice and genuine, are often misused by the society. But
with the mistake of this fellow, his entire family was dragged towards the dark.
But before the ultimate distruction can be done, at a soft (key) moment, the lady
who was then fascinated by the qualities of the man have got to realize her mistakes
and have (therefore) thrown away the wrong tuff and saved the entire family.
This novel which is full of color of humanity and genuineness have spreaded its
fragrance with the color of “Panetar” (The wedding gown –
this story was earlier published with that name as a serial tale) now comes to your way I form of a book.
Lekhak Parichay (Introduction To The Author) - By The Editor.
Thirty one novels in the form of book and number of short novels (Navalika)
and serial tales on various topics have made Harilal Upadhyay – the author
of this story famous at certain extets and may not be needed any further introduction.
This author is interested in writing the literature which is full of morals and ethics,
(which inturn is targeted to) showing humanity and genuineness. In the stories of
this author the lights and darks of the human life is reflected. This tale also
explores the softness and stubburness of the circumstances, raised against the life,
very interestingly. The success of the story is considered in proportion of the
proper presentation of the same stuff, based on the opinion of the readers.
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This site is dedicated as Online Tribute To The Great Gujarati Author - Late Shri Harilal Upadhyay .
Glimpses of Late Shri Harilal Upadhyay's journey in his own words,
"YOG MANJARI (યોગ મંજરી)".
This semi-biographical, inspirational tale was published as a series of 28 chapters in "Kismat magazine" during 1985-1986.