Towards Natural Language Processing with Figures of Speech in Hindi Poetry

@article{Audichya2021TowardsNL,
  title={Towards Natural Language Processing with Figures of Speech in Hindi Poetry},
  author={Milind Kumar Audichya and Jatinderkumar R.},
  journal={International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications},
  year={2021},
  volume={12}
}
Poems have always been an excellent way of expressing emotions in any language. In particular, Hindi poetry is having versatile popularity among native and non-native speakers all over the world. A typical poem in Hindi is characterized by meter (“Chhand”), emotion (“Rasa”), and figure of speech (“Alankaar”). The present research work is the first of its kind in Hindi Natural Language Processing (NLP), which touches on the area of Hindi figure of speech. The authors have created a systematic… 
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