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Chitralekha is a 1934 Hindi novel, written by Bhagwati Charan Verma. The novel is about the philosophy of life and love, sin and virtue. The novel was written, while the author was still practicing law at Hamirpur and brought him immediate fame and starting his literary career. The novel was adapted into Hindi films twice. Like any language, the essence of its local fragrance lies in its cultural richness. This Hindi masterpiece can not be replicated in any language in entirety. Though the story may merely be retold.

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  • Chitralekha is a 1934 Hindi novel, written by Bhagwati Charan Verma. The novel is about the philosophy of life and love, sin and virtue. The novel was written, while the author was still practicing law at Hamirpur and brought him immediate fame and starting his literary career. The novel was adapted into Hindi films twice. Like any language, the essence of its local fragrance lies in its cultural richness. This Hindi masterpiece can not be replicated in any language in entirety. Though the story may merely be retold.
  • Chitralekha is a 1934 Hindi novel by Indian writer Bhagwati Charan Verma. The novel is about the philosophy of life and love, sin and virtue. The novel was written, while the author was still practicing law at Hamirpur and brought him immediate fame, starting his literary career. It is modelled on Anatole France's 1890 novel Thaïs but is set in an Indian background. The novel was adapted into Hindi films twice.
  • Chitralekha is a 1934 Hindi novel by Indian writer Bhagwati Charan Verma. The novel is about the philosophy of life and love, sin and virtue. The novel was written, while the author was still practicing law at Hamirpur and brought him immediate fame, starting his literary career. It is modelled on Anatole France's 1890 novel Thaïs but is set in an Indian background. It was adapted into Hindi films twice - in 1941 and 1964.
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  • Chitralekha is a 1934 Hindi novel, written by Bhagwati Charan Verma. The novel is about the philosophy of life and love, sin and virtue. The novel was written, while the author was still practicing law at Hamirpur and brought him immediate fame and starting his literary career. The novel was adapted into Hindi films twice. Like any language, the essence of its local fragrance lies in its cultural richness. This Hindi masterpiece can not be replicated in any language in entirety. Though the story may merely be retold.
  • Chitralekha is a 1934 Hindi novel by Indian writer Bhagwati Charan Verma. The novel is about the philosophy of life and love, sin and virtue. The novel was written, while the author was still practicing law at Hamirpur and brought him immediate fame, starting his literary career. It is modelled on Anatole France's 1890 novel Thaïs but is set in an Indian background. The novel was adapted into Hindi films twice. Like any language, the essence of its local fragrance lies in its cultural richness. This Hindi masterpiece can not be replicated in any language in entirety. Though the story may merely be retold.
  • Chitralekha is a 1934 Hindi novel by Indian writer Bhagwati Charan Verma. The novel is about the philosophy of life and love, sin and virtue. The novel was written, while the author was still practicing law at Hamirpur and brought him immediate fame, starting his literary career. It is modelled on Anatole France's 1890 novel Thaïs but is set in an Indian background. It was adapted into Hindi films twice - in 1941 and 1964. Like any language, the essence of its local fragrance lies in its cultural richness. This Hindi masterpiece can not be replicated in any language in entirety. Though the story may merely be retold.
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