and was a great devotee. Standard Hindi, a register of, hindustani written in the, devanagari script, are sometimes regarded as the only basis of modern literature in Hindi. From 1885 to 1887 was the editor of Indian Opinion. It is marked by beauty of expression and flow of intense emotion. Riti or Srngar kal poems (poems of romance) 18th20th century. For some time he was principal of Allahabad University. He also contributed to Aaj, and helped to found the Hindustan Times in 1933, along with its Hindi counterpart Hindustan. Some scholars argue that the language of Siddha poetry is not an earlier form of Hindi, but Magadhi Prakrit. He helped launch the newspaper Dainik Hindustan and was its editor from 1887 to 1889. Preferred to call it Deccani.
Gocharya ji authored Krishna Cahrit Manas in the poetic form describing about the full life of Lord Krishna (from birth to Nirvana ). Malik Muhammad Jayasi (14771542) author of the Padmavat (1540) etc. 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. Hindi essay-writing edit Kuber Nath Rai is one of the writers who dedicated themselves entirely to the form of essay-writing. Many attempts have been made to document Hindi poetry. Jagnayak (sometimes Jagnik the royal poet in Mahoba, and Nalha, the royal poet in Ajmer, were the other prominent literary figures in this period. Post-independence the emerging republic threw up new issues for playwrights to tackle and express, and Hindi playwriting showed greater brevity and symbolism, but it was not as prolific as in case with Hindi poetry or fiction. Shah Buharnuddin Janam Bijapuri used to call it Hindi. Western Bhojpuri is prevalent the areas of Varanasi (Varanasi, Chandauli, Jaunpur and Western part of Ghazipur districts Azamgarh (Azamgarh district) and Mirzapur regions (Mirzapur, Sant Ravidas Nagar and Bhadohi districts) in Uttar Pradesh. 1978 Hindi Poet and Lyricist Eminent Hindi Journalists edit Durgaprasad Mishra Born in Kashmir, he came to Calcutta and started Bharat Mitra in 1878.