Hindi Poet Ramdhari Singh Dinkar is born

India is a land of numerous languages and a vibrant literary culture. Each of the languages of India has renowned writers and poets who have enriched the cultural fabric of India with their creative expressions. One such great poet of India is Ramdhari Singh Dinkar, who was born on September 23rd 1908. Ramdhari Singh Dinkar is considered one of the most significant Indian poets who wrote in the Hindi language. His inspirational and affecting poems continue to be recited by young and old who appreciate Hindi literature today. During his lifetime, Ramdhari Singh Dinkar's poems inspired many and continue to do so in the present time. In 1975, during the Emergency period in India, when civil rights were under threat, the political activist Jayaprakash Narayan memorably used the words of Ramdhari Singh Dinkar's poem 'Singhasan khaali karo ke janata aati hai' (Leave the throne, the people are coming) to inspire a crowd of 100,000 people in Delhi's Ramlila grounds. The poem found resonance again in 2102 during rallies by civil rights activists in New Delhi. The words of this national poet or 'Rashtrakavi' continue to provide a source of inspiration and promote patriotic fervour among listeners.