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Archive for March, 2011

Correction of Incorrect Sentences Posted by on Mar 31, 2011

Do you know, what kind of mistakes might be there in your Hindi sentences? And, how to fix them? Let me show you today, the types of mistakes that a sentence could have because of a incorrect use of any part of speech. Mistakes are underlined. English translation for the correct sentences are given. The idea…

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Conversations in Hindi – Shopping Posted by on Mar 31, 2011

When you are in Delhi or any north Indian city, how will you carry out a conversation in a shop? Let me show you, how we usually carry out our conversation while dealing with a Sales Person. Conversations are in Hindi and translations are given in English. First, I would like to tell a important…

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Poets in Hindi Posted by on Mar 30, 2011

Poems are an important part of any language literature. So, do you know any poet in Hindi language? Do you know any style or social issue that encouraged them to write some of wonderful poems? Let me show you some of the prominent poets in modern Hindi language, their writing style and famous works. Sudama…

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Indian Folk Dances Posted by on Mar 29, 2011

Indian folk and tribal dances are passed down from generation to generation. The new generation is constantly improving and adding upon these dances. Indian folk dances are changing bit by bit, making it exciting to see these newly improved dances. Some dances have changed very little and remain traditional, but one thing is the same…

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Achar (Pickle) Posted by on Mar 28, 2011

Today, I would like to write something on cultural aspect. The north Indian belt of Hindi speakers is a home to incredibly vast and diverse cuisine. Today, how about a delicious topic out of this cuisine. Yes, I am talking about Pickles (Achar), which is an integral part of our daily cuisine. Pickles (Achar) are…

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Alankar (Figure of Speech) Posted by on Mar 27, 2011

Today, I would like to talk about an interesting topic in Hindi grammar. अलंकार  (Alankaar) is a figure of speech which means ornaments or adornments. Just like the women use ornaments to enhance her beauty, Alankar in Hindi language are used essentially to enhance the beauty of a poem. Alankar are broadly classified into two…

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Monasteries in India Posted by on Mar 25, 2011

One of the major religions in India is Buddhism. There are numerous monasteries in India, some of which are very famous. The Tashiding Monastery is located in Sikkim. There are several legends about how the Tashiding Monastery was founded. In all the legends the site of the Monastery was viewed as a holy site. The…

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