From the point of view of division of time in Hindi, before the Chhayavad era, almost all the compositions used to be verses. From the point of view of verse legislation in Hindi poetry, poems of both verses and verses have been included. Despite being free of verses, it is necessary to take adequate care of other qualities in the poem like rhythm, tempo, yeti, rhyme and lyricism etc. According to the Vachaspatyam Sanskrit dictionary, the word chhand is derived from the Sanskrit word 'Chad' or 'Chhad' with the suffix 'Asun', which means to cover / to enchant, to please or to bind in attraction. Apart from the fluidity and aesthetic consciousness of the expressions in the verses, its effect is permanent, which directly pleases the heart. Generally, the rhetorical composition organized by meaningful words and mathematical arrangement formed by the combination of varna, quantity, phase, yeti, speed, rhyme, gana etc. is called chhand.