11 Facts About Hindi literature


Hindi literature includes literature in the various Hindi language which have writing systems.

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Hindi literature wrote three prose works – Mirazul Aashkini, Hidayatnama and Risala Sehwara.

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Medieval Hindi literature is marked by the influence of Bhakti movement and composition of long, epic poems.

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Hindi literature encouraged poetry in Hindi dedicated to nationalism and social reform.

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Hindi literature was a noted satirist and humorist of modern Hindi literature and is known for his simple and direct style.

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Post-independence the emerging republic threw up new issues for playwrights to tackle and express, and Hindi literature playwriting showed greater brevity and symbolism, but it was not as prolific as in case with Hindi literature poetry or fiction.

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Hindi literature helped launch the newspaper Dainik Hindustan and was its editor from 1887 to 1889.

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Hindi literature was a close friend of many eminent Hindi writers like Gopalram Gehmari, Amrutlal Chakravarty and Pandit Pratap Narayan Mishra.

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Hindi literature contributed to Aaj, and helped to found the Hindustan Times in 1933, along with its Hindi counterpart Hindustan.

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Hindi literature was an inspiration for many journalists, particularly Bal Mukund Gupta.

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Hindi literature began his journalist career in Abhyudaya, a journal by Padmakant Malviya.

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