Learning the Hindi Letters – Lesson 26–अ

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This entry is part 26 of 30 in the series Learn Hindi Letters with Kavitha

This is a continuation of the series covering the very basics of Hindi.  At the bottom of this lesson are links to the previous lessons.

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Here are some words where the initial form of the vowel is used. It does not have any medial or final forms.

अजगर (ajgar) boa/ python
अमरस (amras) mango juice
अचकन (achkan) coat
अब (ab) now
अमर (amar) immortal
अमन (aman) peace
असर (asar) effect/result/impact
अकड़ (akad) perkiness
अगर (agar) if/provided/suppose
अलग (alag) separate

Previous Lessons in this series:

Series NavigationLearning the Hindi Letters – Lesson 25–Review of ConsonantsLearning the Hindi Letters – Lesson 27–आ
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