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Adverb of Place Posted by on Mar 31, 2014

How about some grammar today? 🙂  Let me show you the adverbs of time in Hindi and how they are defined into different group. As you may know from previous post of adverbs in Hindi that there are 3 types of adverbs in Hindi. Adverb is called क्रिया विषेशण (Kriya Vishesan). Adverb of Place is called स्थानवाचक…

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Simple Sentence to Mixed and Compound Sentences in Hindi Posted by on Mar 31, 2014

In this post, let me show you how to make a mixed and compound sentences from simple sentence in Hindi. Once you know some basic rules, you can easily change a simple sentence to mixed and compound sentence. So, let’s see how this is done 🙂 सरल वाक्य (Saral Vaakya – Simple Sentence) to मिश्रित वाक्य…

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Adverbs of Time Posted by on Mar 30, 2014

There are 3 types of adverbs in Hindi. In this post, I will tell you about the adverbs of time in Hindi. Adverb of Time is called कालवाचक क्रिया विषेशण (Kaalvaachak Kriya Vishesan) in Hindi. These adverbs are those words which give us the information about the time of an action. Examples : माता जी…

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Past Tense in Hindi Posted by on Mar 30, 2014

Today, I will tell about past tense in Hindi, how it is defined and how to make it from the present tense. Past tense is called भूतकाल (bhootkaal) in Hindi which is constructed from bhoot (past) and kaal (age). In Hindi, the past tense is classified into 6 groups. Let’s convert a sentence in the…

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Poem in Hindi – Bachpan Posted by on Mar 26, 2014

Today, I will share a Hindi poem on childhood (बचपन – Childhood). The poet is describing the advantages of Childhood and how our life changes as soon as it is gone. Below is the poem in Devanagari fonts (Hindi) with the literal translation in English. I hope that you will try to comprehend the poem…

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Kathak Posted by on Mar 24, 2014

Kathak (कथक) is one of the eight officially sanctioned classical  (शास्त्रीय – Shastriya) dance forms of India. Kathak is derived from the Sanskrit word katha (कथा) meaning story, and katthaka in Sanskrit means he who tells a story, or to do with stories. In ancient time,  the professional story-tellers called Kathakas used to tell story from Indian…

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Holi Posted by on Mar 17, 2014

Lord Krishna and Radha

Holi, the festival of colors is again round this year. Holi is one of the most important festivals of India and after the festival of Diwali it is second most important festival for Hindus. Though many legends attached with the festival of Holi, it is widely believed that Holi is celebrated since 3000 years in…

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