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Archive for April, 2012

Personal Letter in Hindi Posted by on Apr 20, 2012

In this fast pace life, many of you are using the electronic mail (email) service to communicate with your friends. However some years ago, when normal post was the only way to communicate, an email was much awaited. Now again, many of us are realizing the thrill of writing a letter in good old way…

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Tourist Trains in India Posted by on Apr 19, 2012

The Golden Chariot

Railway is one of the important medium to travel across India. Indian railway is the forth largest railway in the world. It has a total track route of 65,ooo Km with 7,500 station. You can easily plan your trip from one city to another if you happen to travel with Indian railways. If you have…

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Unseen Passage – V Posted by on Apr 18, 2012

It has been a long time that we had anything on the topic of reading comprehension in Hindi. I had a nice topic in my mind and decided to offer you an unseen passage on it. So, let’s practice Hindi comprehension in this post. An unseen passage is given in Hindi Devanagari script. For some…

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Grammatical Voices – Examples Posted by on Apr 15, 2012

In many languages, it is important to differentiate between active and passive grammatical voice. We have discussed this topic in a great detail in our post. However,  I would like to present more material in the form of examples as I find this topic important. Quick revision: Grammatical voice in Hindi is called वाच्य (Vaachya)…

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Indeclinable Words Posted by on Apr 10, 2012

In Hindi, we know that there are words from nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs which decline with the gender, grammatic numbers and tense as per the context of a sentence. Such word are called विकारी शब्द (Vikaari Shabd). However, there also exist words which do not decline with gender, grammatic numbers and tense. These words…

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Short Story in Hindi – Intelligent Rabbit Posted by on Apr 9, 2012

Today, I will present you a fable from a very famous series of animal fables from ancient India which is called Panchatantra (पञ्चतन्त्र – Five Principles). The series was supposedly composed in 3 BCE and since then have been translated into many languages around the world. These fables were and still used to impart wisdom…

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One Word Substitution – II Posted by on Apr 8, 2012

In many languages, sometimes a word can be substituted for a group of words or phrase. These words not only concise a description but make it more interesting. In Hindi, we have many such words.  Just like the first post, let me show you some more words in Hindi which are very common and used…

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