Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Easy to learn Indian Languages, via, English learn Hindi and Hindustani

Easy to learn Indian Languages, via, English learn Hindi and Hindustani


Please note I take help from my parents, and cousins to translate this, as they learnt in Hindi as first language. In all the other languages, whether foreign or Indian I did it myself or took help from friends, cousins, and / or Google translator when it started functioning. These are all original contents. I'll add few more sentences which do not exist anywhere in any books in the world to make it more comprehensive in future, as I feel, it should be made free of cost, to let world learn all languages. The rights of any language do not belong to mine or anybody's grandfather or any government in this case. Anybody can take printout of this and learn. All the best. 

For Bengali, Assamese, Gujrathi, Chatisgadhi, Hindi, Marathi, Sanskrit, etc. Special thanks to father, Mr. Manohar Govind Urkude and Mother, Mrs. Prerana Manohar Urkude for advising us to learn Sanskrit the base of all languages in the world. Father himself knows 8 Indian Languages and Malaya, Indonesian and other languages where he lived. I also know, Russian, Spanish and French basics due to my teacher next door, in Dhantoli, Nagpur, Mr. Sengupta, who was working in Indian consulate in Senegal, in 1980's Ms. Kothe, who was teaching these languages in Nagpur University, and Mrs. Sulabha Joshi Madam of Somalwar, Ramdas peth, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India, where we studied our middle schools.
Nagpur is the only city in the world where all these languages are taught free of cost on Sundays, including Urdu, amazing city for learners, the city of Nagpur, India.
भगवान की कृपा से, डॉ आशीष मनोहर Urkude द्वारा उठाए गए प्रश्नों, विश्व बैंक में, विश्व आर्थिक मंच और संगठन की संयुक्त राष्ट्र, मानव सभ्यता को बचाने के लिए:

Please remember the scripts of Hindi, Sanskrit, Marathi are 99.99% same and are called as Devanagari script.
About Hindi History, Geography, Demography, and other details:
About Hindusthani:
Other details:

English translation to Hindi some very commonly used sentences:

English:: I ::Hindi: Mein/ Main/ Mei/ Mai

English:: We:: Hindi: Hum/ Ham

English:: He ::Hindi: Woh / Usne

English:: She ::Hindi: Woh

English:: You ::Hindi: Tum / Aap (calling with respect or reverence)

English:: It ::Hindi: Yeh/ EEES

English:: A ::Hindi: Ek

English:: Come ::Hindi: Aao / Aaiye (calling with respect or reverence)

English:: Came ::Hindi: Aaya ( he) / Aayee (she) / Aaye (plural)

English:: Will come ::Hindi: Aayega (he) / Aayegi (she) / Aayenge ( plural)

English:: Open ::Hindi: Kholo / Kholiye (calling with respect or reverence) / Kholna

English:: Opened ::Hindi: Khola

English:: Will open the ice-cream box::Hindi: Woh Ice Cream ka Baksa Kholega (he) / Woh Ice Cream ka Baksa Kholegi (she) / Woh Ice Cream ka Baksa Kholenge (plural)

English:: Sit ::Hindi: Baitho / Baithiye (calling with respect or reverence) / Baithna ( to sit)

English:: Walk ::Hindi: Chalo / Chaliye ( calling with respect or reverence) / Chalna (to walk)

English:: Eat ::Hindi: Khao / Khaiye (calling with respect or reverence)/  Khana (to eat)

English:: Drink ::Hindi: Piyo / Peejiye (calling with respect or reverence) / Peena (to drink)

English:: Win ::Hindi: Jeetna(to win)

English:: Go ::Hindi: Jaao / Jaaiye (calling with respect or reverence) / Jaana (to go)

English:: Run ::Hindi: Daudna

English:: I go ::Hindi: Mein jaata hoon

English:: He goes ::Hindi: Woh jaata hai

English:: He eats an apple ::Hindi: Woh sev khaata hai 

English:: He is eating an apple ::Hindi: Woh sev khaa raha hai 

English:: He ate an apple ::Hindi: Usne sev khaya

English:: I saw the film last week ::Hindi: Meine pichhle saftah film dekhi

English:: She came by bus yesterday ::Hindi: Woh kal bus se aayee

English:: They went to the temple ::Hindi: Ve mandir gaye

English:: He slept the whole night ::Hindi: Woh raat bhar soya

English:: He wrote well in the examination ::Hindi: Usne exam achcha likha  

English:: He has eaten ::Hindi: Usne khaa liya

English:: He had eaten ::Hindi: Usne khaa liya tha

English:: He had gone ::Hindi: Woh chala gaya tha

English:: He had come ::Hindi: Woh aaya tha

English:: He will eat ::Hindi: Woh khaayega

English:: He will go ::Hindi: Woh jaayega

English:: He will come ::Hindi: Woh aayega

English:: What is your name? ::Hindi: Tumhara /Aapka  naam kya hai ?

English:: What ::Hindi: Kya

English:: Is ::Hindi: Hai / Hein (calling with respect or reverence)

English:: Your ::Hindi: Tumhara / Aapka (calling with respect or reverence)

English:: Name ::Hindi: Naam

English:: What is your name? ::Hindi: Aapakaa Naam Kyaa hai?

English:: My Name is Ashish ::Hindi: Meraa Naam Ashish hai. 

English:: Where do you stay/ live? ::Hindi: I stay/ live in the.....area of Nagpur...

English:: Have you had your lunch/ dinner? ::Hindi: Aapaney Khaanaa Khaayaa kya? 

 English:: Yes ::Hindi: Haa.

English:: No ::Hindi: Nahi.

English:: What are you doing? ::Hindi: Aap kyaa kar rahe ho?

English:: What did you do? ::Hindi: Tumne / Aapne (calling with respect or reverence) kya kiya ?

English:: What should I do? ::Hindi: Mein kya karoon ?

English:: What can I do? ::Hindi: Mein kya kar sakta hoon ?

English:: What are the questions? ::Hindi: Kya sawal hein ?

English:: What were the questions? ::Hindi: Kya sawal the ?

English:: What is the last question? ::Hindi: Aakhiri sawal kya hai ?

English:: What is written in the letter? ::Hindi: Khat mein kya likha hai ?

English:: What you had been told? ::Hindi: Tumhein kya kaha gaya tha ?

English:: What will be the answer? ::Hindi: Jawab kya hoga ?

English:: Why did you come? ::Hindi: Tum / Aap kyon aaye ?

English:: Why did you sleep? ::Hindi: Tum / Aap kyon soye ?

English:: Why did you tell him to go? ::Hindi: Tumne use jaane ko kyon kaha ?

English:: Why did he bring the bag? ::Hindi: Woh bag kyon laya ?

English:: Why did she pay the money? ::Hindi: Usne paisa kyon diya ?

English:: Why did they sit there? ::Hindi: Ve wahan kyon baithe the ?

English:: Why do you drive the car? ::Hindi: Tum / aap car kyon chalate ho ?

English:: Why did they come late for the meeting? ::Hindi: Ve meeting ke liye deri se kyon aaye ?

English:: How did you come? ::Hindi: Tum / aap kaise aaye ?

English:: How did you sleep? ::Hindi: Tum kaise soye ?

English:: How did you drive the car ? ::Hindi: Tumne car kaise chalayee ?

English:: How did you write? ::Hindi: Tumne kaise likha ?

English:: How many apples are there in my hand? ::Hindi: Mere haath mein kitne sev hein ?

English:: How many did you take? ::Hindi: Tumne kitne liye ?

English:: How much did he pay you? ::Hindi: Usne tumhen kitna paisa diya ?

English:: How much distance to go? ::Hindi: Aur kitni door jana hai ?

English:: How was the journey yesterday? ::Hindi: Kal ki yatra kaisi thi ?

English:: Which way did you come? ::Hindi: Tum / Aap kis raaste se aaye ?

English:: Which is your favourite colour? ::Hindi: Tumhara /Aapka pasandida rang kaun sa hai?

English:: In which room did you sleep? ::Hindi: Tum / Aap kaunse kamre mein soye ?

English:: Which story did you tell? ::Hindi: Tumne kaunsi kahani batayee ?

English:: Which is the sweetest fruit? ::Hindi: Sabse meetha fal kaunsa hai ?

English:: Which is the best newspaper in Hindi? ::Hindi: Hindi mein sabse achcha newspaper kaunsa hai ?

English:: Which Indian state has the largest population? ::Hindi: Kis bharatiya rajya ki jansankhya sabse jyada hai ?

English:: Where are you coming from? ::Hindi: Aap / tum kahan se aa rahe ho ?

English:: Where did you sleep? ::Hindi: Tum kahan soye ?

English:: Where is the manager’s cabin? ::Hindi: Manager ka cabin kahan hai ?

English:: Where should I go? ::Hindi: Mujhe kahan jaana chahiye ?

English:: Is it a book? ::Hindi: Kya yeh kitab hai ?

English:: Yes, it is a book ::Hindi: Haan, yeh kitab hai

English:: Is it the answer? ::Hindi: Kya yeh jawab hai?

English:: Yes, it is the answer ::Hindi: Haan yehi jawab hai.

English:: Will you come with me? ::Hindi: Kya tum mere saath aaoge ?

English:: I shall come with you. ::Hindi: Mein tumhare saath aaunga.

English:: Will you give me your pen? ::Hindi: Kya tum mujhe apna pen doge ?

English:: Yes, of course. ::Hindi: Haan, zaroor

English:: Can you give me your pen? ::Hindi: Kya tum mujhe apna pen de sakte ho?

English:: Can you lift the box? ::Hindi: Kya tum box utha sakte ho ?

English:: Can you write the exam? ::Hindi: Kya tum pariksha likh sakte ho ?

English:: Did you have your lunch? ::Hindi: Kya tumne dopehar ka khana khaya ?

English:: How are you? ::Hindi: Tum kaise ho / Aap kaise hain ?

English:: I am fine ::Hindi: Main achha hoon

English:: Where is the Hotel? ::Hindi: Hotel Kahaan Hain?

English:: That particular Hotel is located on the next left turn. ::Hindi: Woh hotel us gali key baye aur hai.

English:: Where would I get better mobile network? ::Hindi: Muze achha mobile entwork kahan par milega? 

English:: Where would I get better food at cheaper cost but relatively clean environment? ::Hindi: Muzey achha aur sastaa khaanaa kahaa mileyga?

English:: Just turn right from that square and on the corner you'll get it. ::Hindi: Jaraa daahiney aur jaanaa oos chowk sey aur corner pey hi mil jaayegaa. 

 English:: India is a unique country, you can see the things here, which you can't see anywhere in the world. ::Hindi: Bhaarat to aisa desh hai jaha aapako aisi chijey dikhegi jo aapako kahi aur nahi dekhney ko nahi mil sakati.

English:: India is amazing. ::Hindi: Bhaarat ek duniyaa kaa ajubaa hai.  


For Other Indian languages having more than 210000 Individual Learners Globally/ Visitors/ Month. 

For more Sanskrit to English:
For Odiya / Oriya to English:
For Malyalam to English:
For Gujarati to English:
For Telugu to English:
For Bengali to English:
 For Marathi to English:

Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude, lives on the ground, Nagpur, India,

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