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इस सूची में उन कवियों के नाम सम्मिलित किये गये हैं जो

  • भारतीय मूल के हों,
  • भारत में जन्में हों, या
  • किसी भारतीय भाषा में काव्य-रचना किये हों, चाहे विश्व के किसी भी भाग में उनका जन्म हुआ हो।

असमिया[संपादित करें]

बांग्ला[संपादित करें]

बांग्ला लिपि में नाम कोष्टक में दिये हुए हैं।

भोजपुरी[संपादित करें]

DR. PARICHAY DAS

भारत के अंग्रेजी भाषा के कवि[संपादित करें]

Listed by surname, if known:

गुजराती[संपादित करें]

In alphabetical order by last name:

हिन्दी[संपादित करें]

* Sachchidananda Hirananda Vatsyayana Agyeya

कन्नड[संपादित करें]

कश्मीरी[संपादित करें]

कोंकणी[संपादित करें]

  • Poet Borkar Balakrishna Bhagwant Borkar and also known as "Baki-baab" (19101984) wrote mostly in Marathi but with numerous works in Konkani

मैथिली[संपादित करें]

मलयालम कवि[संपादित करें]

मध्यकालीन कवि

Renaissance Poets

Romantic Poets

Neo-Romantic Poets

आधुनिक कवि

Postmodern Poets

मराठी[संपादित करें]

कोंकणी बोली[संपादित करें]

मणिपुरी (मितेइ-इओन)[संपादित करें]

मणिपुरी (बिष्नुपुरिया)[संपादित करें]

ओडिया[संपादित करें]

  • Kabi Samrat Upendra Bhanja (born sometime from 1670 to 1688), poet and member of the royal family of a princely state
  • Fakir Mohan Senapati ଫକିର ମୋହନ ସେନାପତି (18431918), short-story writer, novelist, poet, writer, government official and social activist who has variously been called the "Father of Modern Oriya Literature" and Vyasakabi or "founder poet" of the language. He wrote what is regarded as the first short story in the Oriya language, whose preservation he championed.
  • Gangadhar Meher (18621924), poet and prose author
  • Kabibar Radhanath Ray (18481908), modernist poet, essayist and translator who introduced into Oriya literature new forms of and topics in poetry, including blank-verse, satire in the manner of Dryden and Pope, concern with social problems, and patriotic sentiments
  • Gopabandhu Das called Utkal Mani ("Gem of Orissa"), (18771928), social worker, political activist, writer, novelist and poet

समसामयिक कवि

नेपाली[संपादित करें]

पंजाबी[संपादित करें]

राजस्थानी[संपादित करें]

महेन्द्र प्रताप बुधि प्रकश जोशि

संस्कृत[संपादित करें]

प्राचीन कवि

आधुनिक

  • Rewa Prasad Dwivedi;Varanasi
  • Ram Karan Sharma;New Delhi
  • Ramakanta Sukla;New Delhi
  • Vindhyeshwari Prasad Mishra 'Vinay'Varanasi
  • Harshdev Madhav
  • Abhiraj Rajendra Mishra ;Allahabad
  • Shivji Upadhyay;Varanasi
  • Srinivas Rath; Ujjain
  • Haridatta Sharma;Allahabad
  • Harekrishna Meher (हरेकृष्ण मेहेर)
  • Dr.P.C.Devasya
  • Viveka Pandey;(Handia);Allahabad
  • Upendra Panadey;Varanasi
  • Manmohan Acharya, मनोमोहन आचार्य:Cuttack
  • Kaushalendra Pandey;Varanasi
  • Hari Prasad Adhikari;Varanasi
  • Radhavallabh tripathi

तमिल[संपादित करें]

Ancient Sangam and Medieval

  • Thiruvalluvar திருவள்ளுவர் ([fl.] c. 2nd century B.C. – 8th century A.D.) poet who wrote the Thirukkural, an ethical work
  • Avvaiyar the name of more than one poet who was active during different periods of Tamil literature; Auvaiyar I lived during the Sangam period (c. first and second century C.E.)
  • Ilango Adigal
  • Kamban (poet) கம்பர் (fl. 12th century), medieval poet who wrote Kamban ramayanam), the Tamil version of Ramayana
  • Sekkizhar (fl. 12th century), poet and scholar
  • Nakkeerar (fl. c. 9th century)

see also Sangam literature

भक्ति

देशभक्त

आधुनिक

तेलुगु[संपादित करें]

This list is in alphabetical order by family name (surname). The position (first, second, last place) in a Telugu name is complicated. Traditionally, most Telegu family names have been given first, followed by the given name. For men, the two names are often followed by a caste title, such as Reddy, Sastri or Raju. In the 20th century, caste titles have been replaced by secondary given names such as Rao, Babu and Baba. Women may have only two-part names or an extension of the given name, such as Devi or Amma. Christian names follow the same order, but Muslim names often have the family name at the end. Many poets use one- or two-word pen names.[17]

आधुनिक कवि

सन्दर्भ[संपादित करें]

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  13. Lal Ded
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  20. Vaishanava yugamu
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