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

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 (Mishrit Vaakya – Mixed Sentence)

To make a mixed sentence from a simple sentence, we have to divide the simple sentence into two clauses. We also require conjunctions जो (which), जब (when), कि (that), क्यूंकि (because), यदि (if), जिसने (the one who), जब (when) etc , to join these two clauses to make the mixed sentence.


Simple Sentence Mixed Sentence
श्याम ने आपने मित्र की गाड़ी खरीदी।  – Shayam ne aapne Mitr ki gadi kharidi – Shayam has purchased his friend’s car. श्याम ने वो गाड़ी खरीदी जो उसके मित्र की थी। – Shayam ne wo gadi kharidi jo uske mitr ki thi – Shayam has purchased the car that his friend own.

रल वाक्य (Saral Vaakya – Simple Sentence) to संयुक्त वाक्य (Sanyukt Vaakya – Compound Sentence)

To make a compound sentence from a simple sentence, we have to divide the simple sentence into two clauses. Here we need conjunctions as well but this time, different ones like और (and), अथवा (and), तथा (or), परन्तु (but), किन्तु (however) etc , to join these two clauses to make the compound sentence.


Simple Sentence Compound Sentence
सुशील पलंग पर लेट टीवी देखने लगा। – Sushil palag par let TV dekhne laga.  – Sushil laid on the bed, watching tv. सुशील पलंग पर लेट गया और टीवी देखने लगा। –  Sushil palag par let gaya aur tv dekhne laga. – Sushil laid onto the bed and start watching TV.

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About the Author: Nitin Kumar

Nitin Kumar is a native Hindi speaker from New Delhi, India. His education qualification include Masters in Robotics and Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. Currently, he is working in the Research and Development in Robotics in Germany. He is avid language learner with varied level of proficiency in English, German, Spanish, and Japanese. He wish to learn French one day. His passion for languages motivated him to share his mother tongue, Hindi, and culture and traditions associated with its speakers. He has been working with Transparent Language since 2010 and has written over 430 blogs on various topics on Hindi language and India, its culture and traditions. He is also the Administrator for Hindi Facebook page which has a community of over 330,000 members.


  1. Elvie:

    Dear Nitin!
    Thank you for the posts!

    As for the last example of a compound sentence, we don’t call it compound, it’s another simple sentence in our view.

    (And I say I haven’t come across the term “mixed sentence” when studied English. So I’m taking thorough notice when getting to know new things in Hindi grammar.)

    • Sidrah:

      @Elvie It not called mixed sentence but complex sentence

  2. Sarita Lad:

    I am also working on language .
    I try to teach English Tutorials.
    I liked ur blog on pronoun. but I could not get a word for emphatic pronoun please tell me if you know.

  3. Sonu:

    Hello Nitin Kumar, Thank you so much for your tips on compound sentence. It was short and straight-to-the-point explanation about the usage of relative pronouns and conjunctions. I would like to humbly point out that many of the visitors of your site would find difficulty in understanding the term “Mixed sentences” since there is no such grammatical term in English – Simple, Compound, Complex and Minor sentences are the kinds of sentences in English language. Your explanation is helpful though.

  4. ahalya:

    Got a Hindi test tomorrow and this was helpful! Keep it up.

  5. LinPari:

    Hindi exam tomorrow !! Thank you so very much for this. Hope to do well 🙂 Thank ya, again !

  6. Shanaya:

    Very well described,but really I understood very well.

  7. mounica:

    thank you a lot.I understood this very well. A hindi test tomorrow.
    so wish me all the best

  8. Illiana D’zousa:

    ThankYou sooo Muj!!!!
    This lil thing hlpd me a lot!
    Was strgglng…but nw….m doin well….juz coz of dis!

  9. heth gada:

    thanks fr such postskeepit up

  10. Shanky:

    Your elaboration was perfectly done..I have a test this evening and I gotta tell you that I’m litreally ‘illiterate’ in hindi :p..Thanks 🙂

  11. AnuRakShitA pAndAy:

    ToDay is my Hindi exam!!!
    ThAnkyou veRryy much **

  12. Jerril:

    thanks bro,
    your explanation was really good.These notes cleared my confusion .nice work and once again thank u

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  14. Erin Marydan:

    Thanks a lot,Nitin Kumar!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It helped me a lot while preparing for my hindi exams!!!!!
    It was very perfectly described.Thanks a lot!!!!!

  15. rachans:

    Very informative

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  17. Aryaman kharel:

    I am amazed with your notes ….THANK YOU