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ताजी हवा में फूलो की महक

ताजी हवा में फूलो की महक हो पहली किरण में चिड़ियों की चहक हो जब भी खोलो आप अपनी पलके उन पलकों में खुशियों की झलक हो

एक दिन जब हम दुनिया

एक दिन जब हम दुनिया से चले जायेंगे मत सोचना आपको भूल जायेंगे बस एक बार आसमान की तरफ देख लेना मेरे आंसू बारिश बनके बरस जायेंगे

रुलाना हर किसी को

रुलाना हर किसी को आता है हँसाना किसी किसी को आता है रुला के जो मना ले वो सच्चा यार है और जो रुला के खुद भी आँशु बहाये वो सच्चा प्यार है

taqdeer ne jise chaha

तक़दीर ने चाहा तक़दीर ने बताया तक़दीर ने हमें और आपको मिलाया खुशनसीब थे हम या वो पल जब आप जैसा अनमोल दोस्त हमारी जिंदगी में आया

ek jaise dost sare nahi hote

एक जैसे दोस्त सारे नहीं होते कुछ हमारे होकर भी हमारे नहीं होते आपसे दोस्ती करने के बाद महसूस हुआ कौन कहता है की तारे जमीन पर नहीं होते

तुम दोस्त बनके ऐसे

तुम दोस्त बनके ऐसे आये ज़िंदगी में की हम ये ज़माना ही भूल ही गए तुम्हे याद आये या ना आये हमारी कभी पर हम तो तेरे बगैर जीना ही भूल गए

सारी दुनिया की मुस्कान

सारी दुनिया की मुस्कान तेरे पास है ये ज़मीन और आसमान तेरे पास है गम ना करना की तुझे याद नहीं करते ऐ दोस्त मेरी तो जान तेरे पास है

नज़रों को नज़ारे की कमी

नज़रों को नज़ारे की कमी नहीं होती बहारों को फूल की कमी नहीं होती आप हमें क्यों याद करेंगे आप तो आसमान हो और आसमान को सितारों की कमी नहीं होती

कभी हँसा देते हो कभी

कभी हँसा देते हो कभी रुला देते हो कभी कभी नींद से जगा देते हो मगर जब भी दिल से याद करते हो कसम से जिंदगी का एक पल बढ़ा देते हो

गुजारिश हमारी वो मान

गुजारिश हमारी वो मान ना सके मजबूरी हमारी वो जान ना सके कहते है मरने के बाद भी याद रखेंगे जीते जी जो हमें पहचान ना सके

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Indian shayari hindi awards
  • Jnanpith Award
  • Ananda Puraskar and Rabindra Puraskar
  • Sahitya Akademi Awards
  • outstanding works of poetry in translation from Indian languages they got Sahitya Akademi awarded shayari
  • Rana Nayar for his translation of the verses of the Sikh saint Baba Farid from Punjabi.
  • Tapan Kumar Pradhan for English translation of his own Odia poem collection Kalahandi
  • Paromita Das for English translation of Parvati Prasad Baruwa's poems in Assamese.

poetry solely english gives annual awards

  • 1988: Vijay Nambisan for "Madras Central"
  • 1990: Rukmini Bhaya Nair for "Kali"
  • 1991: Rajlukshmee Debee Bhattacharya for "Punarnava"
  • 1993: Shampa Sinha for "Siesta"; Tarun Cherian for "A Writer's Prayer" shayari in hindi
  • 1994: Anju Makhija for "A Farmer's Ghost"; Smita Agarwal for "Our Foster Nurse of Nature is Repose"
  • 1995: Tabish Khair for "Birds of North Europe"; Gopi Krishnan Kottoor for "The Coffin Maker"
  • 1997: Ranjit Hoskote for "Portrait of a Lady"; Gopi Kottoor for "Digging" shayari in english
  • 1998: K. Sri Lata for "In Santa Cruz, Diagnosed Home Sick"
  • 2000: Shahnaz Habib for "Of Hypocrisy and Cheekbones"; Revathy Gopal for "I Would Know You Anywhere"
  • 2013: Mathew John for "Another Letter from Another Father to Another Son"; Tapan Kumar Pradhan for "The Buddha Smiled"

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Listed below are some of the basic concepts of shayari writing. This article is intended to provide a basic understanding of form, function, and revision. Once you understand these concepts, you can move on to writing your own poems. Also, remember to have fun with your work and play with word games. poetry writing involves lots of revision and plays around with grammar and words. While a poem may not require full sentences, punctuation and adverbs can be heavy-handed. Clear words may be used in place of complex adjective-noun combinations. A good thesaurus will help.

Function of The function of shayari writing lies in its ability to communicate a particular idea or emotion in a beautiful and evocative form. Poets capture the attention of readers with vivid imagery, emotional shades, figurative language, and other rhetorical devices. Versification is the supreme function of poetry, which enables poets to stir the emotions of their readers with precise diction, sound, and rhythm. Poems can move us beyond our own consciousness.

Form A sonnet is a short poetry with 14 lines. They usually deal with love and are written in the iambic pentameter (a metre of six beats per second). An elegy is usually written to a person or group of people, but sometimes it is written as a broader statement about loss. In this type of shayari, the poem moves from mourning to consolation. A sonnet may not be a traditional poem, but it does have some rules.

Structure A poem is written in a specific structure. The structure of a poem is dependent on the content and the style of writing. Good poets create vivid images in the reader's mind by using imagery and sensory details. They also utilize figurative language to express their ideas and feelings. Listed below are tips to help you write poetry. Read on to learn about the most basic and important structures. Also, learn about the importance of rhyme.

Revision Revising your poetry can help you see the work more clearly and discover more of what you originally intended. The word "revision" means to see something again, or re-vision. Although revising your poetry may seem daunting, it will lead you to a deeper poem and improve your writing skills. It can even be enjoyable! Here are some tips to revise your poems:

Audience As a poet, you want to be sure your audience can grasp what you're trying to convey to them. The first step in ensuring you have a large audience is knowing exactly who you're writing for. Whether you're writing for a professional audience or for an amateur audience, it's important to make sure your poems appeal to a broad range of people. In the world of theater, for example, your audience is supposed to react to what you're doing and give you the emotion you need to drive the performance. Shakespeare's plays, on the other hand, were written for an adult audience of all levels of society and were not restricted to one group.