There are thousands of Hindi poetry to listen to in the world of YouTube. This is for all the Hindi Poetry Lovers! You don’t need how poetry expresses all kinds of emotions so precisely yet so briefly, right? So here are a few of the many exceptional poetries on YouTube that might woo you with their charm:
- Pukaar by Aditya Raj Kashyap
With an utterly powerful narration and an equally powerful choice of words, Aditya Raj Kashyap expresses the heart-wrenching scenario of gender crimes. He gives goosebumps to the audience as he puts life into words while expressing rage against the criminals. It concludes with a solid message to put an end to such crimes.
- My Friend from Kashmir by Gaurav Tripathi
Starting off with beautifully expressing the friendly relation that a commoner developed with a blanket seller from Kashmir, Gaurav proceeds to explore the issues of Kashmir and the concern of people towards them.
- Sahi aur Galat by Sainee Raj
Through the power of words, Sainee Raj questions the distinction between right and wrong. It is done with utter simplicity through this 5-minute long feast of food for thought.
- Ajnabee Se Mohabbat by Rakesh Tiwari
It is not just another romantic Hindi poetry to listen to. Rakesh Tiwari beautifully uses dating as a subtle theme to explore the different shades of human emotions and how they communicate. Wearing his ever-charming smile throughout the performance, Tiwari proves that smile is contagious as he leaves you with one by the end of the video.
- Shor aur Khamoshi by Kena Shree
Kena Shree sheds light on the grey zone between the black and white of noise and silence. Shor aur Khamoshi is like a reminder to explore the inner voice of an individual between these two extremities.
- Khat by Dhruv Sharma
Khat speaks about the contrast between the past and present of a person. It emerges when seen through the window of time. The tiny remnants of the past that he carried deep within and a delayed due reunion with his roots.
- Aakhri Ped by Darshan Rajpurohit
It is the first-person perspective of a tree, which can be chopped down anytime. But, before it departs, the tree has a final word with humans, warning them about their destructive ways of development and its consequences which might wipe out the entire species.
- Kya Dhoond Rahe Ho? by Amandeep Singh
Through his words, Amandeep paints a vivid picture of the busy lifestyle of our society and its quest for Sukoon. Through the perspective of an observer, he explores the nuances of a fast-paced lifestyle and the various places where people seek peace, eventually giving a hint about “Sukoon‘s” address.
- Zindagi by Nidhi Narwal
Nidhi has looked at life through the lens of death in Zindagi. The poetry seems like the account of a person who didn’t expect death to approach already. But, as it had, now left wondering about how to spend the last 24-hours of their life.
Kommune India, Spill Poetry, Mehfil-e-Desi ChalChitra, kalArt, and many other channels are there. So, if you are looking for Hindi poetry to listen to, then YouTube has a lot to offer! So, more poetries, more perspectives, and more shades of human emotions await you!
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