Hindi Culture and Language

History of Hindi

The history of India goes back 75,000 years ago with the evidence of humans. The Indus Valley Civilization grew in the northwestern part of India from 3300-1300 B.C. It was the first major civilization in India and one of the world’s earliest civilizations. The Vedic Era lasted from 1500-500 B.C. with the Aryans establishing Hinduism …

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Hindi Culture

India Geography The Republic of India is a country in Asia.  It his home to more than one billion people!  This makes India the second largest country in the world.  India is bordered by Pakistan in the northwest, China and Nepal in the north, Bhutan and Bangladesh in the northeast, Myanmar in the east and …

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Mumbai is a very innovative and growing place, somewhere to visit if you never decide to visit anywhere else in the world. There are an estimated 16,368,084 in the metro area of Mumbai, and a total of 12,478,447 in the city area of Mumbai. Mumbai is formerly known as Bombay, and is the capital of …

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Hindi Fun facts

Hindi is the most commonly spoken language in India. Besides Hindi there are more than 400 languages spoken in India. Hindi is written with Devanagari Script. There are a significant number of Hindi speaking minorities currently living in the USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar and Pakistan

Indian Names

According to Lauderdale and Kestenbaum (2000) Top 10 , top 20 and top 50 Indian names are as follow Top 10 Indian names are 1. Singh 2. Shah 3. Khan 4. Patel 5. Ali 6. Desai 7. Mehta 8. Rao 9. Sharma 10. Gupta Top 20 Indian names are 11. Ahmed 12. Parikh 13. Hussain …

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The Taj Mahal of Agra, built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and India’s most famous tourist attraction. It is a monument built completely in lovely white marble. Jaipur located in the state of Rajasthan commonly known as the Pink City of …

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