Dharmendra Rajmangal is a Hindi writer and novelist, was born (28 June 1993) in Hathras District Uttar Pradesh. He is the first writer of his village Panchayat, history of 100 Years, whose writings prominently featured realism. His novels describe the problems of the Indian Women, poor and the urban middle-class. He used literature for the purpose of arousing public awareness about national and social issues and often wrote about topics related to corruption, child widowhood, prostitution, the feudal system, poverty.
His works include more than a dozen novels, around 200 short stories, and a dozen poems. His books,
'Amarbel' story about girl's honor killing.
'Mol Ki' a story about Women, who Bought and Sold for money.
'Pavitra Veshya' a story about prostitution.
'Pathwari' a story about rape victim daughter and her mother.
'Mangal Bazaar' a love story between to religion lovers.
'Harijanani' a story about an untouchable girl, who loves upper cast boy.
'Mummatiya' a widow woman's journey.
'Khandhar Mann' a love story. 'Children Baba' Children's Story collection.
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