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Top 10 Hindi Posts of 2015 Posted by on Dec 30, 2015 in Hindi Language

As 2015 is about to pass by, it is time to recap our Top 10 of the year 2015!

10. Poem in Hindi – Agnipath

Poem are a great way to learn a language and its grammar. The poem ‘Agnipath’ was the most searched Hindi poem on our website. This poem is about motivation, it inspires us to be strong and continue this life journey even in hard times.

(CC Picture via Flickr by Doug88888)

(CC Picture via Flickr by Doug88888)

9. Number (वचन)

Grammar is the single most important aspect of language learning and the post on grammatical number was the most searched topic this year. Grammatical number is very important in Hindi language and all verb and noun declensions takes account of the grammatical number. Without correct grammatical number, your Hindi language skills will miss the correct sentences. 🙂

8. Official Letter in Hindi

As many of our Hindi learners might be living in India and have to communicate with various official departments at some point of time during your stay, you might need to write a letter in Hindi if you happens to live in some of the states where the preferred language for official communication is Hindi.


7. Important Words with Multiple Meanings in Hindi

There are many words in Hindi language which carry multiple meanings. That makes the language really interesting for native speakers but not for the beginners, and maybe that’s why was the most searched topic in vocabulary.

6. Alankar (Figure of Speech)

Alankaar is a figure of speech which means ornaments or adornments. Alankar in Hindi language are used essentially to enhance the beauty of a poem. For good understanding of Hindi poem, that will be my recommendation for all Hindi learners. And maybe that’s why the topic was quite in buzz in this year records.

5. Idioms in Hindi

Idioms in any language are important and very often used daily by all of us. In Hindi, there are many idioms and are very much used by us almost everywhere, be it in newspapers, daily conversation, movies, online media and so on.

4. Idioms in Hindi – II

More idioms you know in a language, the more interesting it will become. This motto seems to be the reason that more and more Hindi learners requested and searched for more idioms in Hindi and more idioms were presented in the further post on the same.

3. Short Story in Hindi – King and foolish Monkey

India being home to one of the oldest civilization in the world has many fables since ancient times and one such very famous fables is called Panchatantra (पञ्चतन्त्र – Five Principles), a series of animal fables, which were written more than 2 thousand year yet their messages are still applicable to present times. From the series, the story of a king and his foolish monkey is a very interesting story that has captured our readers’ mind this year.

2. Letter Writing in Hindi

Writing a letter in a new language is definitely a whole new experience for anyone. Hindi is no different but are you aware of all the right greeting and vocabulary that you need in Hindi letter, how to place the address and subject? Maybe that were the questions that our Hindi learners wanted to answer and made this topic on writing letter in Hindi, the 2nd most searched topic of 2015!

1. Hindi Numbers 1 – 100

Describing the numbers of things, persons etc. is the fundamental aspect of any language. Every learner of any language will take this topic in the beginning lessons of language classes and record search for this topic on our website prove the same. This post not only covers Hindi numbers from 1 to 100, but also discuss some of the regular patterns that you can learn to remember which will make your learning more interesting and memorable.

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And I’d like to thanks you all! Without you all active readers out there, I wouldn’t be able to write these blogs! 🙂 I wish you all a Happy New Year, and I hope to have an interesting year 2016 ahead of us 🙂

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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. Kanthi:

    Thank you for your posts. I have improved my Hindi . I am currently a student learning the language. I love your posts and appreciate the variety. Thank you.

  2. Inia:

    Those are 10 great Hindi posts and this is a great post for itself, thanks Nitin.

  3. Muhannad:

    Thanks a lot for this blog 🙂 It is helping me a lot with Hindi. I wish you all success that you’ve ever dreamed of. Thanks to you again!