Ramavriksha Benipuri (1899–1968) was a Hindi writer. He was born in a small village named Benipur in the Indian state of Bihar. He had spent nine years in prison for fighting for India's independence.
Rambriksh Benipuri hailed from Muzaffarpur in Bihar and took active part in the Indian freedom movement. He was also a journalist of Hindi Literatureand started several newspapers like Yuvak in 1929 and regularly contributed in various others to spread the idea of nationalism and freedom from British rule.
His Major literary works included Memoirs and essays as "Patiton Ke Desh Mein-1930-33 , Chita Ke Phool-1930-32, Lal Taaraa-1937-39,Kaidee Ki Patni-1940,Maate-1941-45,Gehun Aur Gulaab- 1948–50,Zanjeeren Aur Deewaren,Udate Chalo, Udate Chalo and Dramas were Ambpali-1941-46,Sita Ki maan-1948-50,Sanghamitra-1948-50,Amar Jyoti-1951, Tathaagat,Singhal Vijay,Shakuntala,Ramrajya,Netradaan-1948-50,Gaao Ke Devata,Nayaa samaaj,Vijeta-1953,Baiju Mama, National Book Trust, 1994,Shamshan me akeli andhi ladki ke hanth me agarbati