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How Hindi Poetry Publishers are Meeting the Needs of Young Readers in India

Hindi poetry publishers in India are taking various steps to meet the needs of young readers. Some publishers are focusing on creating visual and interactive poetry books, which use elements such as illustrations and graphics to make the content more engaging for young readers. Others are leveraging technology, such as creating poetry apps that allow readers to access the content digitally, as well as interactive features like quizzes and games.

In addition, some publishers are also working to promote Hindi poetry in schools and educational institutions, through programs such as poetry recitation competitions, workshops, and seminars. This helps to expose young readers to the beauty and value of Hindi poetry, and encourages them to read more.

Overall, Hindi poetry publishers in India are working to make the genre more accessible and appealing to young readers, through the use of innovative formats and technology, as well as educational outreach.

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