Hindi literature
Literature in Hindi languages (Hindi: हिन्दी साहित्य) includes literature in the various Central Zone Indo-Aryan languages which have writing systems. It is broadly classified into four prominent ...
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Hindi languages
The Hindi languages, also known as the Madhya languages and the Central Zone of the Indo-Aryan languages, is a dialect continuum in the Hindi zone spoken across northern India that descend from the Ma...
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List of Hindi authors
This is a list of authors of Hindi literature, i.e. people who write in Hindi language. its dialects and Hindustani language.
Fayyaz Hashmi
Fayyaz Hashmi was a poet and dialogue writer who worked in the Indian and Pakistani film industries. He penned some memorable songs such as the famous ghazal Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo and Tasveer teri ...
Hrishikesh Sulabh
Hrishikesh Sulabh (born 15 February 1955) is a Hindi writer, best known for short stories and writing plays in Bideshiya shaili. He works with All India Radio.
'Sulabh's newest short story collect...
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Hemant Joshi
Hemant Joshi (हेमन्त जोशी) is a Professor of Mass Communication and Journalism. He has taught Communication, Radio, TV and Hindi journalism for two decades at Indian Institute of Mass Communication, N...
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Shailesh Matiyani
Ramesh Singh Matiyani 'Shailesh', popularly known as Shailesh Matiyani (14 October 1931 – 24 April 2001), is a Hindi writer, poet, essayist from Uttarakhand, India.He became most known for his short s...
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Araṇya-Kāṇḍa (The forest episode)
Araṇya-Kāṇḍa or The forest episode is the third chapter of the epic poem Rāmcaritmānas written by Tulsidas.
At the time of the Mughal Empire in Medieval India, Rāmcaritmānas (an epic poem) was wri...
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List of Hindi-language authors
This is a list of authors of Hindi literature, i.e. people who write in Hindi language. its dialects and Hindustani language.
Bhartiya Kushti Patrika
Bhartiya Kushti Patrika (Hindi: भारतीय कुश्ती पत्रिका) is an Indian monthly sports magazine focusing on Indian-style wrestling, Kushti. It was established by Ratan Patodi in early 1962. The Magazine's...
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Harish Naval
Dr. Harish Naval is a professor of Hindi literature at Hindu college, Delhi University, and head of the department of Hindi.He was born on 8 Jan 1947. Dr. Harish Naval has authored several Hindi books...
Saras Salil
Saras Salil (सरस सलिल) is an Indian fortnightly magazine in Hindi language. It contains a mix of commentaries on social and political issues, and articles on society, sex, fiction and entertainment.Sa...
Main Naahin Maakhan Khaayo
Main Naahin Maakhan Khaayo is a popular Indian bhajan, a Hindu devotional song written by 15th-century mystic-poet, Surdas set to Raga Ramkali. It is written in Braj Bhasha, a dialect of Hindi native ...
Gunahon Ka Devta
Gunahon Ka Devta by Dharmveer Bharti (Hindi: गुनाहों का देवता, English: The Deity of the sins) is a popular 1949 Hindi novel by Dharamvir Bharati. Over time, it gained historical importance and a cult...
Ashadh Ka Ek Din
Ashadh Ka Ek Din (Hindi: आषाढ़ का एक दिन, One Day in Ashadh) is a debut Hindi play by Mohan Rakesh in 1958 and is considered the first Modern Hindi play. The play received a Sangeet Natak Akademi Awar...
Andha Yug
Andha Yug (Hindi: अंधा युग, The Age of Blindness/ The Blind Age) is 1954 verse play written in Hindi, by renowned novelist, poet, and playwright Dharamvir Bharati (1926 - 1997). It was the first impo...
Upendranath Ashk
Upendranath Ashk (Hindi: उपेन्द्रनाथ अश्क), (14 December 1910 – 19 January 1996) was an Indian novelist, short story writer and playwright. He was born in Jalandhar, Punjab. In 1933 he wrote his secon...
Volga Se Ganga
Volga Se Ganga (वोल्गा से गंगा, A journey from the Volga to the Ganges) is a 1943 collection of 20 historical fiction short-stories by scholar and travel writer Rahul Sankrityayan. A true vagabond, S...
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