at Om Yoga & Meditation Centre, Mcleodganj, Dharamshala
is Indian national language and learning Hindi will be able to understand
Urdu, Punjabi, Sankrit etc. To understand India and it's culture
in depth, it is important to learn Hindi. Our Hindi teacher Mrs.
Rita has been teaching Hindi for many years now. People from different
part of the world have been able to speak and write Hindi within
a short period of time. Her teaching is friendly and she teaches
in easy method which make learning Hindi fun and interesting. She
teaches basic to conversation in Hindi and also advance reading
Hindi is a rich language, spoken, written and studied widely throughout
India and some Asian countries. The primary source of Hindi is Sanskrit,
one of the earliest members of the Indo-European language family.
Like Sanskrit, Hindi is written in the Dev Naagari script, which
is common to several other Indian languages as well. Much of the
vocabulary of Hindi comes from Sanskrit, though Hindi also has a
special relationship with Urdu. Their grammar and much of their
vocabulary are virtually identical.
Learning it will open the door to a fascinating and diverse culture
that spans thousands of years of uninterrupted history. There is
a well known philosophy that puts forth that when one meditates
on the specific sounds of the Dev Naagari alphabet, the written
forms appear spontaneously in the mind.
More than 600 million people speak the Hindi language, not only
in India but also in almost every other country in the world. It
is the primary language spoken in Northern and Central India, and
has been chosen as the country’s national language, even though
innumerable languages and dialects are spoken nation wide. Most
schools throughout the sub-continent teach Hindi as part of their
in Hindi is relatively easy since, unlike English, letters are always
pronounced exactly the same way. Once you've learned the letters,
reading is straight forward and simple.
Hindi shares with English and most other European languages the
same ancestral roots. They evolved from a language thought to have
been spoken in Central Asia around 5,000 BC, called by linguists
the Indo-European parent language. For this reason (and because
of the 200-year influence of the British in India), many basic words
in Hindi are the same as or similar to their equivalent in English.
We present an easy methodology for easy Hindi learning,
spoken as well as written.