The great Hindi writer remains as relevant today as he was more than a century ago. Born 137 […]
London/ Kolkata, Mar 18 : The popular Indian literary event Kalam will make its international debut on Sunday […]
By Priyadarshan Who reads Hindi literature these days? And who writes it? For a language rightly claiming to […]
By Moazzam Sheikh Santokh Singh Dhir’s Merian Saras Kahaniyan is a delightful little book. Through the phrase ‘a […]
Born in Shahdol in Madhya Pradesh, Hindi writer Uday Prakash is best known for his short stories Peeli […]
Munshi Premchand, whose 135th birth anniversary was on July 31, aimed to take the average middle-class reader from […]
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday hailed Mauritius for enriching Hindi literature through its contribution and said the language has occupied a special place in the world.
On the second leg of his three—nation visit, Modi wished the people of Mauritius on behalf of nearly 125 crore Indians on the occasion of the country’s National Day.
The rise of online publishing and social media may inadvertently be beneficial for Hindi authors and its readers: The Hindu
The 25th International Literature Festival organised by the Hindi-Urdu Sahitya Award Committe in association with the UP Sangeet Natak Academy , is dedicated to writers of Hindi and Urdu literature, Dr Harivansh Rai Bachchan and Majrooh Sultanpuri. The inaugural ceremony on Saturday witnessed the presence of famous personalities from the field of art, literature and politics.
A new breed of writers in Hindi, many of them IIT-IIM graduates, are seeking to become the agents of a new revolution in Hindi literature. Their protagonists represent the young, resurgent India and its problems as well as their dreams. ‘Terms &Conditions Apply’ is the title of Divya Prakash Dubey’s latest book. The choice of the title in English, Dubey says, is deliberate.