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Friday, August 29, 2014

Hot stories

As the Independence struggle was gathering steam playwrights broaching issues of nationalism and subversive ideas against the British, yet to dodge censorship they adapted themes from mythology, history and legend and used them as vehicle for political messages, a trend that continues to date, though now it was employed to bring out social, personal and psychological issues rather than clearly political, though street theatre broke this trend in coming decades in post-independence era

bholi bhali vidhva

bhaiyya bhabi

bhai bahan babhi

bhai bahan ka sacha pyar

chodna sikhaya

bhabi ka kamal

oh my bhabi

devar ko training

barsan lagi


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Friday, August 15, 2014

Hindi new stories

Hindi is a direct descendant of Sanskrit through Prakrit and Apabhramsha. It has been influenced and enriched by Dravidian, Turkish, Farsi, Arabic, Portugese and English. It is a very expressive language. In poetry and songs, it can convey emotions using simple and gentle words. It can also be used for exact and rational reasoning.
More than 180 million people in India regard Hindi as their mother tongue. Another 300 million use it as second language. Outside of India, Hindi speakers are 100,000 in USA; 685,170 in Mauritius; 890,292 in South Africa; 232,760 in Yemen; 147,000 in Uganda; 5,000 in Singapore; 8 million in Nepal; 20,000 in New Zealand; 30,000 in Germany. Urdu, the official language of Pakistan, spoken by about 41 million in Pakistan and other countries, is essentially the same language.
Hindi new stories

bhai bahan ka sachaa pyar new

bhabi aur naukarani

O my bhabi

barsan lagi

bahen 1 new

bahen 2

bahen 3

bahen 4

bahen 5

meri baap

baap ka pyaar

new super story

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Thursday, August 7, 2014

Hindi stories Aug 2014

Rahul Sankrityayan, Bhadant Anand Kausalyayan, Sachchidananda Hirananda Vatsyayan 'Ajneya' and Baba Nagarjun were some of the great Indian writers who dedicated themselves entirely to the Hindi Travel Literature (Yatra Vritanta). Rahul Sankrityayan was one of the greatest travelled scholars of India, spending forty-five years of his life on travels away from his home. He is known as the ("Father of Hindi Travel literature"). Baba Nagarjun was a major Hindi and Maithili poet who has also penned a number of novels, short stories, literary biographies and travelogues, and was known as ("Janakavi- the People's Poet").

radha aur ghori

dosti is pal ke intazar me

padosi tension

dosti armi ki ahasas

saal new


sawan new




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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

hindi stories 2014

Some scholars have labelled much of the poetry of this period as "versified propaganda". According to Lucy Rosenstein: "It is verse of public statement; its language is functional but aesthetically unappealing. Earnest, concerned with social issues and moral values, it is puritanical poetry in which aesthetic considerations are secondary. Imagination, originality, poetic sensibility and expression are wanting, the metre is restrictive, the idiom clumsy." She adds, however, that the period was important for laying the foundations for modern Hindi poetry, it did reflect sensitivity to social issues of the time, and the inelegance is a typical feature of a "young" poetry, as she considers Modern Hindi

jadu chal gaya

baza maja dunga

school ka tour

agra se dilli

faad di maine

hansi to fansi 1

hansi to fansi 2


pyasi nigathe

seva ka mauka

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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

New hindi stories

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 forms (styles) based on the date of production. They are :

Vir-Gathas (poems extolling brave warriors) – 11th–14th century
Bhakti era poems (devotional poems) – 14th–18th century
Riti or Srngar poems (poems of romance) – 18th–20th century
Adhunik literature (modern literature) – 20th century onwards
The literature was produced in dialects such as Braj, Bundeli, Awadhi, Kannauji, Khariboli, Marwari, Angika, Vajjika, Maithili, Magahi and Bhojpuri. From 20th century, works produced in Standard Hindi, a register of Hindustani, is sometimes regarded as the only basis of modern literature in Hindi.

general yaun kushudha

padosi akele main

samlingi akele maza

padosi hamri

dost bhai ki girl

koi milgaya train safar

uski beti

shivani ki kunwari

bahak jane

dost ki biwi

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