Learning the Hindi Letters – Lesson 28–आ

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This entry is part 28 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 is used. The medial or final form of the vowel is .

Medial or Final Forms:

कान (kaan) Ear
चार (chaar) Four
अनार (anar) Pomegranate
नाम (naam) Name
तारा (taara) Star
हाथ (haath) Hand
नाक (naak) Nose
जाल (jaal) Net
राजा (raaja) King
नाव (naav) Boat
शाम (shaam) Evening
खाना (khaana) Food

Previous Lessons in this series:

Series NavigationLearning the Hindi Letters – Lesson 27–आLearning the Hindi Letters – Lesson 28b-आ
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