Recent news from 24dunia
   

Search results for  

short hindi poems for recitation 

 ( 1-10 )
Sort by: Relevance |   Date
 

Indian embassy in Abu Dhabi to celebrate Hindi Day

recitation and elocution competition for children of Embassy staffers and other programmes in Hindi will be organised.The embassy said it will stage a Hindi play on the occasion. A recitation and elocution competition for children of Embassy staffers and other programmes in Hindi will also be organised.Comments...
Source : The Economic Times |
Category : National

Javed Akhtar turns 69 today

Poet-lyricist-scriptwriter Javed Akhtar, whose poems and lyrics have made the Hindi songs more soulful, turned 69 years of age...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Entertainment

ArtsBeat: The Read Around: Video of Nikki Giovanni

Giovanni discusses her new book, “Chasing Utopia,” which includes poems, short stories and recipes.    ...
Source : The New York Times |
Category : Others

Hindi Utsav begins at Rajarshi Tandon College

would continue till September 28. A series of events were kick-started on Tuesday, with the lighting of lamp by principal Pramila Tandon.In the poetryreading session, Anjali Shukla (BA-II) recited her poem 'Rashtrabhasha Hindi' and Jyotsana presented 'Shahidon Ki Maa'. Likewise, Durgawati of BA-I recited her poem 'Arre O Aatankwad', while Jyoti Bharti of BA-III presented her poem 'Hai Desh Hamara Bharat,...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Thane

Meri Aankhon Mein Mohabbat Ke Manjar Hain: A Book Review

Dinesh Gupta, the author of 'Meri Aankhon Mein Mohabbat Ke Manjar Hain,' is an engineer by profession and poet by passion from a small town in MP. He loves to read and write, and it does get reflected in the poems he writes, creatively in our national language, Hindi. Although, he is a self confessed romantic poet, he has written on various topics in his first book. The book contains poems, shayaris,...
Source : Merinews |
Category : Entertainment

English rendition of Abhay K's poem (With Indian diplomat's poem spurs search for SAARC anthem)

English rendition of Abhay K's poem (With Indian diplomat's poem spurs search for SAARC anthem)From the Himalayas to Hind, Naga Hills to HindukushMahaweli to Ganga, Sindhu to BrahmputraLakshadweep, Andaman, Everest, Adam's PeakKabul to Thimpu, Male to KathmanduDilli to Dhaka, Colombo, IslamabadEvery step in harmonyDzongkha, Sinhala, Nepali, Hindi, Pashto, Bengali, Urdu, English, DhivehiEvery step in...
Source : Prokerala |
Category : Entertainment | City : National

Merinews Picks

It’s Holi time in India. I was looking for Holi poems on Krishna but could not find suitable ones to translate. Therefore, I am translating part of a great Hindi poet Ramdhari Singh Dinkar’s poem ‘Krishna ki Chetavani’ from his collection ‘Rashmirathi’. It would be great to remember Krishna’s purpose of incarnation even while playing good colors in Holi.The poet starts here as a fully theist and this...
Source : Merinews |
Category : NRI

When Kannada poets held forte

Poetry is not what it is without its pregnant pauses and intonation. Delegates had the opportunity of realizing this again at thePoet Siddalingaiah set the session in motion by reciting his unpublished poem 'KeeRam Nenepu' on late critic KeeRam Nagaraj, followed by another 'Ooru Saagaravaagi' His recitation of 'Chomana Makkala Haadu', inspired by Jnanpith laureate Shivaram Karanth's novel Chomana Dudi,...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Bangalore

Poetry session brings out unique flavours

a multi-lingual interactive poem recitation session, "ABHIVYAKTI" by Chandigarh Sahitya Akademi, poets from not only the Tricity but other parts of the country too made their presence felt on Sunday. Veteran poets like Manjit Tiwana and newcomers Punita Bawa, Rajwanti Mann and Arvinder Kaur assured that the beautiful interplay of words must continue in the form of poetry without any barrier of lan...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Chandigarh

Queer poems about desire and longing

poems trace a journey of years of silence and repression, and experience of coming out of closet and finding love, says gay-rights activist Shaleen Rakesh on his collection of poems that are a reflection of his personal life."The Lion and the Antler" is a compilation of over 100 small poems about solitude, beginning of a love affair, internal conflicts, acceptance and longing."These poems are a record...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : City | City : New Delhi