This course is wonderful, I have been unable to use it until now, but I need to start with the letters – I am very much a beginner where can I find the Hindi script to learn in an easy manner?
Here are some resources that can help you with learning the Hindi letters and sounds:
Hindi letters pronunciation:
I also can recommend Dr. Rupert Snell’s book:
I just recently joined the courses offered by your website and I am very happy to be able to learn Hindi. However I am having a problem, in this lesson the hindi phrases are written in the hindi script. is it possible to write it in english also. I want to learn to speak Hi=ndi before writing and reading, I would like to be able to read the phrase in hindi written in english script.
Please help me if possible , I cannot read the hindi script.
I believe the link you mentioned in your podcast is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7ltWjmozFs
Yesterday, I mentioned about a entertaining video promoting the book “Dreaming in Hindi”. Thanks Anshu for the link to the video on YouTube.
this site is very useful for many of us…….thanks for who done this……
Just a couple questions on this. I listen to Pimslers Hindi and for “main street” it uses raj pat, saying street is pat. Second question is that when learning directions – and I’m still learning that’s why I’m asking :-) – I’ve learned dahina or daei for right, like when you’re saying right turn. You are using a different word below. Just wondering why so I make sure I’m saying it right.
“Main Street” – मुख्य सड़क (muky sa-rdak)
रज पथ (raj path) – Royal Road
Right दाहिना (da-hi-naa) or दाएँ (daa-en)
Left बांया (baan-yaa)
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