Classic Poems

With the growth of trade and British Empire, English language had been widely used outside England. In the 21st century, only a small percentage of the world's native English speakers live in England, and there is also a vast population of non-native speakers of English who are capable of writing poetry in the language. A number of major national poetries, including the American, Australian, New Zealand, Canadian and Indian poetry have emerged and developed. Since 1921, Irish poetry has also been increasingly viewed as a separate area of study. Listed are collection of classic Hindi and English poetry.


 

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Paani Aur Dhoop  - Hindi
Poem depicts the desire of a child to learn the use of sword...
Classic > Patriotic
Allahabad > India
 

Veer Sipahi  - Hindi
Description of a soldier fighting for the Motherland...
Classic > Patriotic
India
 

Khooni Hastakshar  - Hindi
Neta Ji Subhash Chandra Bose organized the Indian National Army in early 1940s to fight the foreign occupation of the country. He promised freedom for the country but demanded full dedication of the people to this end...
Classic > Patriotic
Kolkata > India
 

Badhe Chalo, Badhe Chalo  - Hindi
Patriotic Hindi classic Poem from Sohan Lal Dwivedi
Classic > Patriotic
New Delhi > India
 

Veer Tum Badhe Chalo  - Hindi
Patriotic poem for Children
Classic > Patriotic
New Delhi > India
 

Desh Hamara
Hindi Poem with Patriotic Feels
Classic > Patriotic
New Delhi > India
 

Des ki Mitti
Hindi Poem About Our Country Soil
Classic > Patriotic
New Delhi > India
 

Sarfaroshi ki Tamanna  - Hindi
One of the most inspiring patriotic poem ever written...
Classic > Patriotic
New Delhi > India
 

Matribhumi  - Hindi
Here is an old classic poem of Rashtra Kavi Maithili Sharan Gupta...
Classic > Patriotic
New Delhi > India
 

Jhansi Ki Rani  - Hindi
Rani of Jhansi was unhappy about being forcibly retired by the British in 1853, so when the Indian Mutiny burst into flame four years later, she was in the forefront of the rebellion at Jhansi. The British contingent in Jhansi were massacred, but the following year the rebel forces were still quarrelling among themselves and the British retook Jhansi. The rani fled to Gwalior and, in a valiant last stand, she rode out against the British, disguised as a man, and was killed. She has since become a heroine of the Indian independence movement, a sort of central Indian Joan of Arc.
Classic > Patriotic
Jhansi > India
 

 

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Total 'Classic Poems' available now: 14