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Archive for June, 2014

Common Interview Questions In Hindi Posted by on Jun 30, 2014

How about asking you a few questions today? If you can answer these questions correctly, perhaps, there maybe be a job vacancy for you. Well, let me show you some of the common questions which may be asked during a job interview in Hindi. The job interview may start with the universal question in which…

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Mixed Sentence to Simple Sentence and Compound Sentences in Hindi Posted by on Jun 29, 2014

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

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Causative Verbs in Hindi Posted by on Jun 26, 2014

Causative verbs are used very often in Hindi. Though they may seem difficult at first, but they are very simple. The most important point to remember about them is that these verbs denote an action which is not directly performed by the subject but indirectly through some agent. Some of the common causative verbs in…

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Proper Noun in Hindi Posted by on Jun 23, 2014

Today’s post is for our new members, who have just started to learn Hindi language. Hindi language is not very different than other language as you will find many similarities between, say English and Hindi. And this is because, Hindi has originated from Sanskrit language which is the oldest known language in Indo-European languages group…

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Hatha Yoga Posted by on Jun 21, 2014

Last century has seen Indian arts such as Yoga (योग) gaining wide spread popularity around the world. Because of which, more and more people (लोग – Log) have became aware of it and now it’s part of their daily life (जीवन – Jeevan). Yoga means “to add/attach or unite”, adding or attaching to an essence…

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Masala Chai Posted by on Jun 18, 2014

Do you know that many Indians love to drink tea? Indians usually drink black tea with sugar, milk, spices and/or herbs or both. I, personally, love a perfectly brewed hot cup of tea over coffee. In this post, I will, however, show you a very famous variety of tea which is called Masala Chai. Masala…

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Ellora Caves Posted by on Jun 15, 2014

Let me take you a tour to western India to experience ancient (प्राचीन – Pracheen) but magnificent (भव्य – Bhavya) piece of ever evolving Indian civilization (सभ्यता – Sabhyata). Let me take you to Ellora with this post and let’s see what we find out there! Ellora (एलोरा) is an ancient cave (गुफा – Guphaa)…

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