Hindi is known as the national language of India. It is a very simple and easily accessible language. It is the most important language of the people of India. National language always glimpses the culture and civilization of any country. A great Hindi poet Bharatendu Harishchand said that the progress of our own language is a root of success. Therefore we should respect our national language i.e. Hindi literature is the mirror of a society. The purpose of literature is not only to reflect the picture of the society, but also to inspire oneself and make a society better ever. Hindi literature is very vast and progressive one. The great men like Tulsidas, Surdas, Premchand, etc. have analysed the life's problems for helping people to improve the lifestyle time to time.
Dr. Filmeca Marbaniang, Assistant Professor
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Email: filmeca@yahoo.com
Research Interest: Folklore
Dr. Grace Zirsanglani, Assistant Professor
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Email: gracezsli@rediffmail.com
Research Interest: Religion