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Poem in Hindi – Badhe Chalo, Badhe Chalo Posted by on Jan 31, 2015

Today, I will share an motivating poem in Hindi. The poet is telling us that we must keep walking may whatever confronts us. Below is the poem in Devanagari fonts (Hindi) with the literal translation in English. I hope that you will try to comprehend the poem with the given explanation. So, here it is.…

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Makar Sankranti Posted by on Jan 30, 2015

Makar Sankranti (मकर सक्रांति) is a major Indian festival which is celebrated in India, Nepal, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar and Sri Lanka around 15th January every year (वर्ष – Varsh) since ancient times. In India, this festival is known as Sankranti or Pongal (in Tamil Nadu). It is usually celebrated to mark the arrival of…

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Top 5 Causative Verbs in Hindi Posted by on Jan 28, 2015

Causative verbs are important and used very often in Hindi. These are verbs denote an action which is not directly performed by the subject but indirectly through some agent. These are verbs which end in “वाना” such as करवाना, चलवाना, पकवाना, लिखवाना, पिटवाना, पढ़वाना, मिलवाना, सिखवाना, खिलवाना etc. In this post, let me show you…

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Republic Day of India Posted by on Jan 26, 2015

Every year on 26 January, India celebrates its Republic Day to commemorate 26th January 1950 when India’s constitutions came into force thus making India, a Republic State. It is a national holiday and passionately celebrated by people of India. The government organize a republic day parade every year to display nation’s achievements of the last…

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Figure of Speech in Hindi Posted by on Jan 20, 2015

अलंकार (Alankaar) is a figure of speech which means ornaments or adornments. Just like a woman use ornaments to enhance her beauty, Alankar are used in Hindi language essentially to enhance the beauty of a poem. Alankar are broadly classified in two groups, these are: 1. शब्दालंकार (Shabdalankar, it came from two word Shabdh (Word)…

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