Bhartendu Harishchandra is known as the father of Hindi.
Here are some quick facts about Bhartendu Harishchandra:
|Birth||9 September 1850|
|Death||6 January 1885|
|Occupation||Novelist, poet, playwright|
|Notable works||Andher Nagari|
Bhartendu Harishchandra — Father of Hindi
Bhartendu Harishchandra is considered the father of Hindi. He was an Indian writer who is best known for his work in developing Hindi as an official language of India.
He wrote several dramas and poems, but his most important work was his grammar book “Vyakaran Vangmaya” which he wrote in 1881.
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