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Hindi is a link language of India. It's the national language of India. You go to any part of India you will survive with this beautiful language called Hindi-Devon ki Bhasha (the language of the Gods). The Constitution of Hindi doesn't change, (it's the way we speak it, the same way it's written). Hindi is pronounced as it's written hence what you see is what you get. As Hindi language has accepted words from other languages it has become very rich. People of India without knowing whether this word is from Sanskrit or Perso-Arabic, they speak and form the Hindustani conversation. Some times it becomes difficult to separate the words for e.g many people say "Guru" for a teacher and even in a remote area people say ustaad, also for a teacher while some say Shikshak or Adhyapak. Table of Contents A Few Words Greetings Frequently Used Phrases Simple Hindi Conversational Expressions Family and Relatives Names of the Weekdays Hindi Alphabets Subjects Possessives Post Positions Names of Fruits Numerals The Parts of the Body Names of Vegetables Names of Colors Directions Indian Spices Eatables Time Names of the Birds and the Animals Designations-Professions-Jobs Tenses Appendices

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Hindi is a link language of India. It's the national language of India. You go to any part of India you will survive with this beautiful language called Hindi-Devon ki Bhasha (the language of the Gods). The Constitution of Hindi doesn't change, (it's the way we speak it, the same way it's written). Hindi is pronounced as it's written hence what you see is what you get. As Hindi language has accepted words from other languages it has become very rich. People of India without knowing whether this word is from Sanskrit or Perso-Arabic, they speak and form the Hindustani conversation. Some times it becomes difficult to separate the words for e.g many people say "Guru" for a teacher and even in a remote area people say ustaad, also for a teacher while some say Shikshak or Adhyapak. Table of Contents A Few Words Greetings Frequently Used Phrases Simple Hindi Conversational Expressions Family and Relatives Names of the Weekdays Hindi Alphabets Subjects Possessives Post Positions Names of Fruits Numerals The Parts of the Body Names of Vegetables Names of Colors Directions Indian Spices Eatables Time Names of the Birds and the Animals Designations-Professions-Jobs Tenses Appendices

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SKU SK_BKGBD_9788188951802
Delivery Time 2-3 days (Delhi/NCR), 4-6 days (Rest of India)
NCERT Book Code N/A
Exams N/A
Poster Size No
ISBN 9788188951802
Author Dr. Anjana Sandhir
Class No
Publisher GBD Books
Subjects No
Language English
Edition No
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