Life is built on the foundation of literature. It focuses on a variety of issues, ranging from human tragedies to stories about the ever-popular hunt for love. While the text is technically printed in words, it comes to life in the mind’s imagination and ability to comprehend the text’s intricacy or simplicity.

Literature allows people to perceive the world through the eyes of others, and occasionally even inanimate objects; as a result, it serves as a window into how others see the world. It’s a journey that’s written on pages and propelled by the reader’s imagination.

Hindi literature is full of nonfiction which narrates the stories of brave warriors and glorious history of the past . On the other hand it has non fiction with beautifully worded stories and books. 

  1. Swami Vivekananda 

In this audiobook you will listen to enlightening thoughts of Swami Vivekanand. Swamiji is known for his intelligence and preaching his thoughts. In the absolute hopelessness he efficiently shows direction to people not only when he was alive but now through these audiobooks. Do listen to this audiobook on Swami Vivekananda. It will give you hope and light.

  1. Chanakya Niti

Chanakya Niti is one such book from history which helps to build your future. The book is a masterpiece which will teach you how to gain power, wealth, respect and success. Brilliant chanakya was known for overthrowing a powerful government by just a weapon that was his brain. Chanakaya has many things to teach you, you just need to open your ears and mind to let knowledge come from all directions. Do listen to Chanakya Niti.

  1. Asfakulla Khan 

Ashfuulla Khan was a freedom fighter, he was one of them who happily sacrificed his life for the freedom of the nation, history of freedom struggle, if filled with stories of such heroes. Do listen to the story of Asfakhulla Khan and narrate to all others you know so that his sacrifices are remembered and praised, and inspire others. 

  1. Anupam Kher Prastutti

This is an episodic series where Anupum Kher in his enthralling voice narrates the glorious past of India, he sings the story of Ashoka, Pritviraj Chuhan and other warriors who have helped to build Bharatwarsh. Do listen to Bharatwarsh to take proud in India.

  1. Maa Kehti Thi

Maa Kehti Thi Written By Mumtaz Khan Narrated By Ashish Jain. Whatever the past, its memories are sweet. Sometimes these memories make life by becoming a priceless heritage. In this period, capitalism seems to have come under the influence of present materialism. Folk culture, which was passed on from generation to generation through the experience of its elders as a philosophy of life, is in constant decline. In my memories of the past, there are folk tales of lessons that I heard from my mother. The things were simple but in those things the whole life was reflected. Folk tales which have been narrated from generation to generation by the elders.


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