Launch of Hindi/Urdu Poetry Section

Launch of Hindi/Urdu Poetry Section news and updates

Now let poetry flap its wings and sing to the sky in a language that not just carries a rich literary history but is also close to the heart in an unexplainable way. HighOnPoems launches the most awaited Hindi Poetry section. We’re in the first phase of the launch and plan to keep adding new features to the section. There is brilliant Hindi Literature, poems especially, hidden in the tattered pages of that old diary. India has lost a lot of good poets, just because their work remained non-documented. With this thought, HighOnPoems urges you to type out your work and make those life-changing verses reach fellow poets and readers. You can start submitting your Hindi poems on our Submit a poem page.

All Hindi poems need to be transliterated before submitting. If you are not aware of the transliteration tools, here’s a quick Hindi Transliteration tutorial. The content check process is in place already to give you a quality poetry reading experience. We’ve tried to make this space as user friendly as possible, but if you have any doubts or issues contact us and we’ll be happy to help. All feedback regarding our new section is more than welcome.

You, more than anything else, are the reason we could take poetry to this level. Your support and love keeps us going stronger each day. With close to 1000 poems and 200 poets, our dream is to make this community one of the most interesting and interactive one. Every poem you share is being read, heard, needed and thought over. So give words to all that’s brewing within and give us the opportunity to publish it.

Dig out your old Ghazals, Nazms, Rubaaiyan and Geet or start writing new ones. Together, let’s create a vibrant community and celebrate Hindi Poetry like never before.

Here’s how our new Hindi Poetry Section looks like.

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HighOnPoems is a creative platform for amateur poets to publish and share their work by being a part of the most vibrant poetry community. Our objective is to encourage poets thereby enhancing communication within the literary fraternity. We urge poets to write, share their work, communicate with fellow poets and live the poetry experience to the fullest. At HighOnPoems, we are constantly striving to foster sharing of self written poetry amongst friends, bring in diverse themes, varied forms of poems and a lively forum where poetry can be discussed to no limits.
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nizam uddin

Your website very creative platform for all poetry lovers.

Chandrama Deshmukh

I agree with @nizam_uddin
It’s a bliss finding so many poets under one platform were they can actually talk to each other.


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