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Archive for June, 2011

Punctuation in Hindi Posted by on Jun 30, 2011

Do you know what kind of Punctuation symbols or marks are commonly used in Hindi? Just like many other languages, the punctuation symbols are very important in Hindi. They help us to determine the structure and organisation of the written language as well as the intonation during reading. Let me show you some of the…

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Synonyms in Hindi Posted by on Jun 29, 2011

In this post, I wish to present something from vocabulary and grammar in Hindi. The topic is Synonyms in Hindi. Below, you will find some of the most common synonyms that are frequently used in Hindi. Interesting point is that, some of the noun  and their synonyms are also used to name a girl (Nisha, Komal) or…

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Hindi & Its Origin Posted by on Jun 28, 2011

Today, I will show you the origins of Hindi and other related languages of India. As you might already know that several languages are spoken in India and Hindi is one of them. All of the languages of India can be grouped into two major group that are 1) Indo-European languages that include Hindi, Punjabi…

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Conversation in Hindi – Guest & Host Family Posted by on Jun 27, 2011

Lets have a interesting topic on conversation in Hindi. Many of you might have been invited by your Indian friends living in India whose family speaks Hindi. If you know little bit of Hindi or wish to converse in Hindi, you might have always wondered how to proceed with a conversation. Let me show you…

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Famous Tales & Fables in Hindi Posted by on Jun 26, 2011

You might have thought of reading fables or tales in Hindi but may not have any idea of which fables or tales to start with or which of them is a good pack of them all. In Hindi, there are some wonderful collections of fables and tales that you can start with. In this post…

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Indian Spices Posted by on Jun 21, 2011

India is the land of spices. If you’ve tasted Indian cuisine, you’ll notice that Indian food is rich with exotic spices. The following list below is a list of spices that are used frequently in Indian food. Of course, this is not a complete list of Indian spices. There are simply too many to recount…

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World Heritage Temple Caves in India Posted by on Jun 19, 2011

A UNESCO World Heritage Site is a place of cultural or physical significance. In India there are four major rock carved temple caves that have been designated as World Heritage Sites. The Elephanta Temple Caves contain many sculptures of the Hindu god Shiva. When the Portuguese arrived in India, they used many of the Shiva…

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