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Hindi Vocabulary for Body Parts Posted by on May 29, 2012

Body Parts

Today, I will cover Hindi vocabulary related to body parts. The vocabulary of body parts are given in English with  the translation in Hindi and romanized Hindi spellings in brackets. You will find the extra information in one line note below each word if the word would change in its plural form or not. Hindi…

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Musical Instruments of India (Stringed) Posted by on May 27, 2012

Indian classical music is very diverse and distinct in the whole world. It uses variety of musical instruments to achieve this feat. Hindi film industry incorporates Indian classical music in their sound tracks. I have made a post on some of the stringed musical instruments which are used quite prominently in Indian classical music. 1. वीणा (Veena)…

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Superlative Adjectives in Hindi Posted by on May 25, 2012

Superlative adjectives are widely used in many languages including Hindi. These are mainly used for comparison of one noun to another. As they are important in Hindi, let’s take the topic of superlative adjectives in detail. Hence, this post will focus on how to convert an adjective to its superlative form in Hindi. In Hindi,…

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First 100 High Frequency Words in Hindi Posted by on May 23, 2012

Many of our Hindi community members who are learning Hindi have requested for a list of high frequency words in Hindi. I have compiled a list that may represent some of 100 high frequency words in Hindi. Hindi words are arranged with their romanized spellings in bracket and English translations or equivalents. Hope you will…

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Poem in Hindi – Sun Posted by on May 22, 2012

Today, I have another beautiful poem that I thought sharing with you. This poem is about morning and the expressions are beautifully rendered into words by भवानीप्रसाद मिश्र (Bhawani Prasad Mishra), a famous Hindi poet. The poem is in Hindi and I have translated (literal) it in English. Hope you will enjoy. कविता (Kavita –…

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