Hindi Gadya


Hindi is a popular language in India. It is mainly written in a Devanagari script, which is a combination of 52 sounds (10 vowels and 40 consonants). In Hindi literature, Gadya plays a major role in developing students reading and writing skills. Hindi Gadya or Gadyansh is specifically written in the form of short passages and short stories. In Hindi literature, Bharatendu Harishchandra is considered as a reputed Hindi writer of modern India. He started the trend of Hindi prose-writing or gadya lekhan. It is an important part of Hindi literature or Hindi sahitya.

With the help of Hindi gadya sahitya, students develop a familiarity with basic sounds, words and expressions of Hindi literature. The board has included moral based short stories in the elementary level and biography of renowned authors and poets in the higher level in order to give students in-depth knowledge of Hindi gadya. Students, who are pursuing education under the CBSE board generally learn and understand interesting short stories and biographies of Hindi literature in classroom sessions. Along with this, they also get questions like apathit gadyansh (unseen passage), essay writing (niband lekhan) in exams. In advanced level, students also learn and understand Hindi novels, dramas and essays. The board offers useful study materials of Hindi gadya sahitya to students of all grades.