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Archive for December, 2012

New Year Resolutions in Hindi Posted by on Dec 31, 2012

First of all, I would like to wish all of our members a very happy and prosperous new year 2013! In Hindi, we says आप को नव वर्ष २०१३ की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं! – Aap ko nav varsh 2013 ki hardik shubhkamanayein! in Hindi. Some of you have already had celebration for the New Year, some of you are…

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Vocabulary in Hindi – Household Chores Posted by on Dec 29, 2012

Do you know how to describe household chores such as cleaning the room, making the bed etc in Hindi? I know that many of Hindi learners wish to describe the daily activities to their Indian friends or relatives and the households chores are important part of our lives. To help you with such vocabulary, I…

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Grammatical Gender – Non Living Things Posted by on Dec 28, 2012

Some of our readers have requested the topic of the grammatical gender of non-living things and I would like to explain the same in this post. Hindi poses a challenge to the learners when it comes to the grammatical gender of non-living things as unlike English, Hindi has grammatical gender for them as well. Moreover…

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Poem in Hindi – Har Subah Posted by on Dec 25, 2012

Today I have an interesting poem for you. I have translated the poem into English so you can also understand how to read a poem in Hindi. Hope, you will try to comprehend the poem with the above given explanation. So, here it is. कविता (Kavita – Poem) : हर सुबह (Har Subah – Every…

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Gajak and Rewadi: The traditional sweets of north India Posted by on Dec 23, 2012

Gajak and Rewadi are the traditional sweets found in northern India. They come in various varieties and are enjoyed only in winter seasons. It is believed that Gajak and Rewadi are healthy to eat in winter as they provide good amount of energy to the body. Gajak (गज़क) is usually a dry sweet which is…

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Common Urdu Words in Hindi Posted by on Dec 18, 2012

Hindi language is full of loan words and you would be amazed to see, many words that we use in our daily conversation have foreign origins. In this post, I will show you some of the most frequently used Urdu words in Hindi. Urdu language in itself has origin in Hindi. It has derived its…

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Top 5 Cities in India Posted by on Dec 11, 2012

India offers many places to explore for their natural, cultural and historical heritage. In this post, I would show you top 5 cities in India which are worth a visit. Mumbai – मुंबई Mumbai is the capital city of Maharashtra, a western state of India. This city is known for being the financial capital of…

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