Bazaar-e-Husn or Seva Sadan is a Hindustani novel by Munshi Premchand. The novel was originally written in Urdu under the title Bazaar-e-Husn ("Market of Beauty" or Red-light district), but was first published in Hindi from Calcutta, under the title Seva Sadan ("The House of Service"), in 1919. It was later published in Urdu, in 1924, from Lahore. It was Premchand's first major novel; before it, he had published four novellas in Urdu of just about a hundred pages each. K.

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  • Bazaar-e-Husn or Seva Sadan is a Hindustani novel by Munshi Premchand. The novel was originally written in Urdu under the title Bazaar-e-Husn ("Market of Beauty" or Red-light district), but was first published in Hindi from Calcutta, under the title Seva Sadan ("The House of Service"), in 1919. It was later published in Urdu, in 1924, from Lahore. It was Premchand's first major novel; before it, he had published four novellas in Urdu of just about a hundred pages each. K. Subramaniam adapted Sevasadanam as a Tamil movie, which was the first film for the famous Carnatic music singer, M. S. Subbulakshmi.
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  • Bazaar-e-Husn or Seva Sadan is a Hindustani novel by Munshi Premchand. The novel was originally written in Urdu under the title Bazaar-e-Husn ("Market of Beauty" or Red-light district), but was first published in Hindi from Calcutta, under the title Seva Sadan ("The House of Service"), in 1919. It was later published in Urdu, in 1924, from Lahore. It was Premchand's first major novel; before it, he had published four novellas in Urdu of just about a hundred pages each. K.
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