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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Yashpal (December 3,
1903-December 26, 1976) was a Hindi author renowned for Jhutha Sach
(The False Truth, 1958-1960), which is regarded as one of the best
Hindi novels ever written. He won the prestigious Sahitya Akademi
Award for his novel Meri Teri Uski Baat in 1976. He served as an
editor of Viplav for many years. His works have been translated
into many languages. Yashpal, a revolutionary fighting for India's
freedom, was twenty-eight years old when he was caught, tried and
sentenced to fourteen years to life at hard labour. There was
little expectation at the time that he would emerge as one of
India's outstanding writers of fiction. He had led two lives, and
in each of them had made important contributions to his country.
His first life was dedicated to her freedom, his later life to her
literature. As India celebrates the centenary of his birth (1903),
scholars and public alike are re-evaluating his life and work in
the light of changing social and political values.
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