- List of Hindi language authors
Contents: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z References
- Amir Khusro (1253–1325), author of Pahelis & Mukris in Hindavi, which preceded Hindi
- Agyeya (Sachchidananda Hirananda Vatsyayan), author of 'Shekhar ek jeevani','Nadi ke dweep','Apne apne ajnabi'
- Amritlal Nagar, modern Hindi writer
- Acharya Chatursen, writer
- Acharya Shukla, Hindi literary researcher
- Bhagwati Charan Verma (1903–1981), author of 'Chitralekha', recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Award, 1961
- Bharatendu Harishchandra (1850–1885), the "father of modern Hindi literature"
- Bhisham Sahni (1915–2003), author, screenwriter of 'Tamas'
- Bihari (1595–1664), author of Satasai ("Seven Hundred Verses")
- Banarasidas (1586–1643), author of 'Ardhakathanaka',the first biography in Hindi
- Sudama Panday 'Dhoomil' or just Dhoomil (1936–1975), Hindi poet, recipient of 1979 Sahitya Akademi Award for "Kal Sunana Mujhe".
- Devaki Nandan Khatri (1861–1913), novelist, author of Chandrakanta
- Dharamvir Bharati, (1926–1997), Hindi poet
- Gopal Singh Nepali, poet, lyricist
- Gajanan Madhav Muktibodh (1917–1964), modern Hindi poet
- Guru Bhakt Singh 'Bhakt', "Wordsworth of India"
- Guru Gobind Singh (1666–1708), the tenth Guru of Sikhism
- Harishankar Parsai, satirist
- Harivanshrai Bachchan (1907–2003): Madhushala (मधुशाला) 1935; Sahitya Akademi Award 1969 and Padma Bhushan 1976 Agni path 1991.
- Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, novelist, literary historian
- Kabir (1398–1965), poet, figure of the Bhakti movement
- Kaka Kalelkar (1885–1961), Gandhian, social reformer, scholar
- Kamleshwar, author, screenwriter
- Kedarnath Agarwal (1911–2000), recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Award (1986) for Apurva (Poetry collection).
- Kedarnath Singh, modern poet
- Keshavdas (1555–1625), Sanskrit scholar, Hindi poet, author of Rasik Priya
- Krishna Sobti (b. 1925-), recipient Sahitya Akademi Award in 1980 for the novel Zindaginama
- Kamta Prasad Guru, grammar expert
- Laxmi Narayan Mishra, playwright
- Mirabai (1504–1560), poet
- Malik Muhammad Jayasi (1540), Avadhi poet Author of 'Padmawat'.
- Mahadevi Varma, poet,writer, recipient of the Jnanpith Award
- Maithili Sharan Gupt (1886–1964), modern Hindi poet A Pioneer of 'Khadi boli poetry'& the author of the epic 'Saket'
- Makhanlal Chaturvedi (1889–1968), poet, playwright, journalist
- Mannu Bhandari (born 1931-), novelist
- Mohan Rakesh (1925–1972), a pioneer of the Nai Kahani ("New Story") literary movement
- Mahavir Prasad Dwivedi (1864–1938), writer, linguist, translator
- Manohar Shyam Joshi, journalist, screenwriter
- Nanak (1469–1538), Guru
- Nagarjun (1911–2002), poet, biographer
- Nalin Vilochan Sharma (1916–1961) started the Nakenwad movement in Hindi literature
- Nirala, Suryakant Tripathi (1896–1961), poet, novelist
- Nirmal Verma (1929–2005), novelist, translator
- Raghuvir Sahay, (1929–1990), poet, translator, short-story writer and journalist
- Rahi Masoom Raza, writer, lyricist
- Rahul Sankrityayan, the "father of Hindi travel literature"
- Raidas (1398–1448), Guru, songwriter
- Rajinder Singh Bedi, writer, screenwriter
- Ramdhari Singh Dinkar (1908–1974), a nationalist poet
- Ram Vilas Sharma, literary critic
- Ramvriksh Benipuri, writer
- Rangeya Raghav, writer
- Raskhan (1533–1618), poet
- Rabindranath Tagore,(1861-1941) Geetanjali
- Sahajanand Saraswati, writer, scholar
- Sachchidananda Vatsyayan (1911–1987), ("Agyeya") recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Award, Jnanpith Award, and others
- Satya Narayan Dwivedi "Shreesh" (1920-) ,Recipient of "Sahitya Bhushan" Award from Uttar Pradesh Hindi Sansthan.
- Subhadra Kumari Chauhan, poet, songwriter
- Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena (1927–1983), recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Award, 1983
- Sharad Joshi (1931–1991), satirist, screenwriter
- Shekhar Joshi (b. 1939), Hindi author
- Acharya Shivpujan Sahay, writer of novels and prose
- Sri Lal Sukla (born 1925), satirist
- Sumitranandan Pant (1900–1977), Hindi poet
- Surdas (1467–1583), composer
- Shankar Dayal Singh (1937-1995)
- Tulsidas (1532–1623), author of Shrī Rāmcharitmānas
- Vishnu Prabhakar (born 1912), recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Award for the novel Ardhanarishvara
- Vrindavan Lal Verma, historical novelist
- Vidya Niwas Mishra, scholar, journalist
- Yashpal (1903–1976), novelist, author Jhutha Sach (The False Truth, 1958–1960)
- List of Urdu language authors
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