Munshi Premchand (1880-1936) was a famous Indian author. He wrote many novels and short stories, Premchand participated in the Non-Cooperation Movement in 1921. He became well known for his contribution to Urdu Journals and novels. He was known as ‘Upanayas Samrat’ or the Father of Hindi fiction’. In 1907, his book ‘Soz-e’Watan’ was published. But in 1909, it was banned by the Government. His writings reflect the social evils of arranged marriages and the abuses of British bureaucracy. Some of his great contributions to Hindi literature were ‘Premashram’ (1922), ‘Rangabhumi (1924)’ ‘Gaban’ (1928), ‘Karmabhumi’ (1931) and ‘Godan’ (1936), Premcahnd pioneered in adapting Indian themes to western literary styles.