In the same year he left the job and came back to Benares and worked as an editor of the ‘Maryada’ magazine and as a headmaster the Kashi Vidyapeeth.
In 1931, he moved to Mumbai and worked as a script writer for Ajanta Cinetone, a production house.
Biography of Munshi Premchand Dhanpat Rai Srivastava or Munshi Premchand as he was better known was born on 31 July, 1880 in Lamahi near Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh.
He ranks as one of the tallest icons in the field of modern Hindi and Urdu literature.
To support his step-mother and half-brother, he started providing tuition classes to students.
Later, he also received an offer for the post of an assistant teacher at the Government District School in Bahraich.From the mental perspective, changes relating to traveling and receiving education help one broaden one's mind and learn something new.As for the social perspective - it is empathy for others that he or she may acquire after suffering changes in his or her private life, because it is known that those who experienced various changes in relationships with their family or acquaintances may then better understand other people's feelings.The legendary Satyajit Ray made two movies based on Premchand’s works – Sadgati and Shatranj Ke Khiladi. His works have been translated into many Indian and foreign languages. Early Life Premchand was born to Ajaib Rai and Anandi Devi. He got his name Dhanpat Rai, while his uncle named him Nawab, which he used as his first pen name.Premchand received his early education in a Madrasa in Lalpur and from there he learned Urdu and Persian.He moved to Benares and started working on his literary career.In 1923, he established a publishing house ‘Saraswati Press’.‘Seva Sadan’ is his first major Hindi novel which was published in 1919.During the non-cooperation movement, he resigned from the post of Deputy Inspector of Schools.In 1930, he came up with a political-weekly called ‘Hans’.In 1931, he took a job of teacher in a Marwari College in Kanpur.