Gangadhar Gadgil's writing crosses the established tradition. His writing does not produce only satirically but also produces humor by breaking of the reality. In 'Khinchaaiyaan' the author draws the tension between mother in law-daughter in law, mutual disaffection between husband-wife, aspects of happiness-sorrow of father-son's relationship, prejudice towards in-laws in the mind of woman, complications of joint family and collisions of new-old generation, with the views in many colors.
Gangadhar Gadgil's compositions provides a feeling of several things together. His compositions are also provides the perception of relation with various aspects of life. Despite certain trends and similarities of tradition, Gadgilji's humor-satire has its own distinct identity. With giving new dimension to tradition, Gadgil creates new trends which signs haven't found in tradition.
Ravindra Nath Tyagi is a satirist of the vast satire trilogy of Hindi literary world. He has his own style of presenting the subject --- which is quite humorous in nature. He puts tremendous humor in his satire. The gesture of his words creates the humour involuntarily. Tyagiji is probably the only Hindi satirist who create language miracles from quibble to euphemism.
There are quite few writers present who tells a story with a satire light hearted humour and Gyan Chaturvedi has secured a remarkable slot in this league. Instead of writing in a typical Indian manner, he has come up with a new kind of humour attached with his stories.
Sharad Joshi, is a well known Hindi writer with the extreme ability to tell a story. He opened the crusader level struggle to fight the corruption inside a system and continued with it for half of his life. Sharad Joshi writes his stories in such a manner that it forces a reader to give some thought for the topic.