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There is no official translation of the Hobbit or the Lord of the Rings in Hindi. The only Indian language which has the translation of both is Marathi (where both the books have been translated, by different translators).
The likes of Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft, Prime Video and Vudu both rent and sell all three movies in the mythical franchise. The first title, The Fellowship of the Ring, is also available to rent or buy via FandangoNOW and YouTube.
The Lord of the Rings trilogy is absolutely worth reading, even though they’re very long and a bit monotonous. There’s so much to the story that doesn’t make it into movies, side stories and fascinating tidbits that you miss if you don’t take the plunge.
The stories, characters, and world can be hard to conceptualize for young readers, but the actual language is not incredibly difficult. I do think someone who is very comfortable with English will appreciate the delicate word choice and rhythm of the books, but you shouldn’t have any trouble understanding them.
The Lord of the Rings gets harder, not easier. The first few chapters were written in a style similar to The Hobbit, fairly easy and child-like. They get slower and more bogged down as the story goes on. It remains full of poetry and songs.
The Fellowship of the Ring
The Return of the King
|First edition, with Tolkien’s artwork|
|Author||J. R. R. Tolkien|
|Publication date||20 October 1955|
|Pages||416 (first edition)|
The Guinness Book of World Records gives a more standard type of book the record—they say the world’s largest book is a 2012 text on the Prophet Muhammad created in Dubai and measuring an impressive 16.40 ft x 26.44 ft.
Currently voted the best answer. “In Search of Lost Time”, is as per the Guinness book of records, holder of the longest novels. The word count is 12200000 in 7 volumes. “Zettels Traum” is in second place with an estimated word count of 1000000 in 1 volume.