The magic of Munshi Premchand was recreated on stage by the young theatre artists of the city. It was directed by Prem Gupta. This story is still considered to be the master piece of Munshi Premchand. Hamid, the protagonist of the story, has lost his parents.
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The story is of a child who is small but his thoughts are big. Born on July 31, , Premchand studied at Rawat Pathshala following the transfer of his father Ajayablal, a post office clerk, to Gorakhpur in from his ancestral village Lamhi in Varanasi.
He stayed in Gorakhpur till Shops of sweets, toys, bangles, utensils etc are still put up here on Eid and Bakrid. Thousands of Muslims gather here in their traditional attire to offer prayers. Several children come here in colourful dresses, some posing as Arab Sheikhs.
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Idgah (short story)
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Idgah by Munshi Premchand
Idgah is a Hindustani story written by the Indian author Munshi Premchand. Idgah tells the story of a four-year-old orphan named Hamid who lives with his grandmother Amina. Hamid, the protagonist of the story, has recently lost his parents; however his grandmother tells him that his father has left to earn money, and that his mother has gone to Allah to fetch lovely gifts for him. This fills Hamid with hope, and despite Amina's worry surrounding their poverty and her grandson's well-being, Hamid is a happy and positive child.
Inspiration for Premchand’s ‘Eidgah’-- a simple Gorakhpur fair