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Archive for February, 2012

Unseen Passage – III Posted by on Feb 21, 2012

A new and interesting unseen passage in Hindi for all Hindi learners! Let’s practice your reading comprehension in Hindi. On bottom, you will find most of the vocabulary in Hindi, romanized Hindi and English. हँसी शरीर के स्वास्थ्य का शुभ सवांद देने वाली है। वह एक साथ ही शरीर और मन को प्रसन्न करती है।…

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Maha Shivaratri Posted by on Feb 20, 2012

Lord Shiva's Sculpture in Rishikesh, India

महा शिवरात्रि (Maha Shivaratri) which literally means the big night or the great night of शिव (Shiva). It is a Hindu festival which is devoted to lord Shiva, who is one of the trinity. It is celebrated all across the India. It is celebrated every year on the 13th night till 14th day of the…

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Political Parties in India Posted by on Feb 19, 2012

Election Results of 2009

India is the largest democratic country with an electorate of more than 714 million (which is larger than combined numbers of US and Europe) and the election are not held at once for the entire country but a series of elections are held which cover the whole India by holding elections in a specific numbers…

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Tax System in India Posted by on Feb 19, 2012

In many countries, this is the time for accounting and filing your tax return and you might be interested on how the taxation system works in India. Let me show you some of the details of various taxes and taxation system as whole. The taxation system in India is very well structured. It started in…

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Hindi Comics (Chitrakatha) Posted by on Feb 14, 2012


Many of you might have a great childhood with many imaginary friends from the comics books or the world of cartoons. Children in India, especially in the north India are fond of Hindi comics.  Many Indians might associate their childhood or adulthood days to these fascinating stories and imaginary characters. Comics are called चित्रकथा (Chitrakatha)…

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Valentine’s Day in India Posted by on Feb 14, 2012

India might be considered the most open nation when considered historically. History provides ample evidence, which may include “Kamasutra”, the art of love making or the erotic depictions of love making at Khajuraho Temples but Valentine’s day in India is a recent phenomenon. The previous generations have never witnessed such a celebration in the Indian…

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Short Story in Hindi – Crow’s Struggle Posted by on Feb 9, 2012

Let me share a quite popular short motivational story in Hindi. This story is being taught in elementary school in India. It talk about a crow and his struggle to save his life. Read it and try to comprehend it. I have provided a literal translation at the end of story so maybe it can…

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