Hindi Diwas: Shubhangi Atre, Kamna, Yogesh & Others Share Fond Memories Of Their Hindi Teachers

Jiten Lalwani “I always enjoyed Hindi classes, and my Hindi teacher always pushed me to excel and become fluent it. Today, I am happy that I have mastered this language, both spoken and written all thanks to her. I prefer speaking Hindi to express myself as the words flow naturally and beautifully.”

Hindi Diwas 2020: Remembering the Legends of Hindi Literature

Mahadevi Varma: Born on September 11, 1987, Mahadevi Varma, apart from being a remarkable poet, was an academician and a freedom fighter as well. She is one of the four major poets of the “Chhayavaad” movement. Some of Varma’s most notable works include Yama and Neelkanth. In 1982, she was honoured with the Jnanpith Award. […]

Celebrating Hindi Diwas With These Famous Quotes

To celebrate the significance of this ancient language, Hindi Diwas is observed on September 14 every year. The day is celebrated to commemorate Hindi being adopted as one of India’s twenty-two official languages. However, when the proposal came in 1949, Hindi became the second official language (English being the only language prior). This decision was […]

Only Hindi can work to unite country, says Amit Shah

“There is so much influence of English on us that we cannot talk in Hindi without its help. School students should be asked to speak in Hindi and whoever uses an English word should be given one mark,” Mr. Shah said. Stating that the nation was home to 122 languages and more than 19,500 dialects, […]

Hindi writers with Prayagraj connect dominate CBSE, UP Board books

These great writers have enriched Hindi literature with their poems, stories, memoirs and plays over the years, claim lovers of Hindi literature and teachers as the country observes annual ‘Hindi fortnight’ and closes in on another edition of Hindi Diwas to be observed on September 14.

Bharatendu Harishchandra’s Birth Anniversary: Know About The Father Of Hindi Literature And Theatre

When we talk about Hindi literature and theatre, we just can’t ignore the name of Bharatendu Harishchandra. Born on 9 September 1850, he was a renowned poet and writer of his time. In fact, it would be no wrong to say that he is still one of the greatest Hindi writers of modern India.

Richa Chadha: For India to find its soul, we should revisit our revolutionary Hindi writers”

HBD favourite co-star and lucky partner ! pankaj ji, you’re best. . . . . ये तस्वीर मसान की shooting के दौरान खींची थी… वो scene था ना, ” यहाँ से जाना मुश्किल…” यहाँ इनके हाथों में जो किताब है उसका नाम है ‘ दीवार पर एक खिड़की रहती है’। इस फ़ोटो में ये मुझे […]

India shows the way in checkmating a rampaging China

According to him, the Galwan incident will remain the turning point. “The aura of Chinese invincibility and President Xi Jinping’s ambitious plans have taken a beating. My information is that the local Chinese commander at Chushul refused to act against the Indians occupying heights in that area. Chinese casualties, which according to one source reached […]

Is Bigg Boss 13 fame Himanshi Khurana’s heart-broken poetry hinting at her break-up with Asim Riaz?

Bigg Boss 13 fame Himanshi Khurana travelled to Goa a few days ago for one of her shoots. The actress took out some time and spent it by the beach. That’s a great way to unwind but what caught our eyes is the heart-broken poetry of Himanshi Khurana on her Instagram stories along with her […]

Birthday Special: List Of Kamal Haasan’s Talents

Kamal Haasan is arguably the only man in India who can be referred to as ‘One Man Cinema’. The actor does many things apart from acting and does it to perfection. He has the honour of representing India at Oscars through his films the most number of times and has received innumerable number of awards. […]