A new genre of literature has emerged in India, a blend of poetry, prose and short stories written for younger readers, according to a recent survey.
In a country where poetry is a way of life and where a novel can be read for years, the new genre is popular in rural areas of rural India, where most literate people do not read the mainstream literature of the world.
It is also popular in urban areas, where urban literature is usually written by a few people with strong literary credentials.
There are a number of different types of poetry in Indian literature, said Deepak Kapoor, the editor of The Times Literary Supplement, a daily newspaper in the state of Maharashtra, which is home to the largest number of literate Indians.
In India, there are two main categories of poetry: “national poetry” written for the national people by the Indian government, and “national short stories” written by literary giants like Shubhannadhai Roy, M. K. Anand and H.K.A. Mahatma Gandhi.
The two categories are not always mutually exclusive.
Some poems written by the government poets are often published by a national publishing house.
However, there is also a thriving cottage industry in local literature and it is difficult to find a national writer of a national stature.
In recent years, India has witnessed a surge in popularity of short stories.
The latest book to emerge from this genre is a compilation of short tales by writers including writer M.N. Srivastava and novelist Jashodaben Mukherjee.
The genre has grown rapidly in India over the past decade, according the authors.
The popularity of the genre is partly due to the availability of cheap print and electronic publishing platforms, but also because it is not just a local genre.
It is a popular form of literature that has been adopted by many rural communities in India.
In rural India a novel, short story or a novel in any genre, is seen as a source of entertainment for a community.
It allows them to engage with the world and experience it in a new way.
It has become popular in parts of the country like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Odisha, Maharashtra, Jharkhand and Odisha.
In rural areas, a short story is considered a form of poetry and is considered to be the most appropriate medium for a literary form.
The only problem with this is that in rural India most literary writers are not well known and have no influence in the mainstream literary world.
However, the popularity of this form of writing in rural parts of India has helped a number writers to enter the literary scene.
Sri Ramakrishna Roy, who is considered as one of the foremost Indian short story writers, is a writer of national stature, said K.C. Patel, a writer and editor.
Roy is best known for his works on the life of the Indian independence hero Maharajah Man Singh, and his works are known for being literary and entertaining.
He also has an international following for his books on politics and religion, and for his short stories on life in India and abroad.
Roy, who has a PhD in Literature from the University of Delhi, is an advocate for literature in rural regions and was the author of a popular novel called “The Great God”.
Roy’s fiction is widely read and appreciated in India because it has a more personal touch and a more serious tone.
He wrote a novel called The Black Book in the early 1990s and wrote several other novels in the last five years.
The other writer who has come to prominence in the literary world in recent years is Jashoda Srivatakshmi.
She is the editor-in-chief of the literary magazine the Bombay Literary Weekly.
Srivatach has written a number novel, including the bestselling “The Good,” and has also written novels in Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Bengali and Urdu.
Her latest book is a collection of poetry entitled “Hindi, Tamil and Bengali Poems of Sri Ramakirishna Roy”.
Srivach has also published her work in the anthology, The Art of Writing and the Book of Poems.
The novel, which she is publishing with her friend, writer Suresh Nair, is set in the period between 1769 and 1839.
She has also translated “The Black Book,” the classic novel of the independence movement, into Hindi.
In an interview with The Times, Srivach said she is writing to “adorn” her own writing with this book.
“The Black Books is a book of poetry,” she said.
“It is not a novel.
It’s a collection.”
In the book, Suresy said, “The author’s life story and the themes of the story are intertwined.”
He said that this book, along with other short stories, was written with a vision in mind.