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Learn Hindi in Jaipur - Rajasthan, India

We at Rajasthan offer Hindi language courses. These courses are organized for beginners and advance learners. After the successful completion of the course a certificate is also provided by us.

We normally accommodate you with a small Indian family and you would be provided a private room with batch and WC. The Room provided have air- cooling.  However we need to have some details about you with a recent photograph to forward the same to  the host family.

You will probably be taught by an experienced private female teacher and the classes will take place near the place where you will be staying. Hindi language Classes are normally for five days in two parts in total for five hours every day.

Please note you will be taken care of by the teacher and also by the family you would stay with and we do not expect you be out of the house of the host family in the late hours without any prior permission from the host family.
As this is a private organized course you have the option of choosing the time you would like to be in Rajasthan and we would check the availability with the teacher and revert accordingly.

New !
For the students who are not able to come to India, for them we offer courses through live online teaching in which you are taught via Yahoo or Skype with a Camera by a private teacher.
Hindi online cla
sses cost as well  the booking procedure will be informed by e-mail by our consultant.
 


We offer various courses in Hindi which are taught by our experienced teachers. Duration of these courses are different as per the need of the candidate. This course is specially designed for you individually and you are free to ask questions from the teacher, take your time and practice more and more. Our teachers have experience in teaching the students from foreign whose native language is not Hindi. 

At present we offer language courses in Jaipur, the capital of the famous colorful state of Rajasthan in India. Jaipur lies approximately 270 kms south of Delhi, capital of India.  The cost of the offered language courses in India includes the accommodation for one month at an Indian family with your own room with bath and WC, round the clock cold & warm water). For more cost details please send us a message.

More information about the Hindi language course is available on our website at:

http://www.indovacations.net/english/learn-hindi.htm

 


Below are given some Hindi words with their meaning in english - you may find them useful  as a tourist !

Hindi Word English Meaning

Acha

Ok

Acharya

A revered teacher

Ahinsa

Non-violence

Ashram

A spiritual retreat

Ayurvedic

Indian herbal medicine

Bahhut Accha

Very Good

Bagh

Garden

Bahadur

Brave

Baksheesh

Tip

Bandar

Monkey

Bandh

General Strike

Baaen

Left

Bada

Big

Bearer

Waiter

Begum

A Muslim woman of high rank; a from of address

Brahmin

The highest Hindu caste: often a member of the priestly class

Chalo, Chalo

Let us go

Chappal

Sandal

Chappati

Unleavened Indian bread.

Chhota 

Small

Chela

Disciple

Cheeni

Sugar

Choli

Saree Blouse

Chowkidar

Watchman

Daaen

Right

Darshan

Audience or meeting with a gurus; having a glimpse of a temple deity

Darwaza

Gateway, door

Dhaba

A cheap Indian restaurant

Dhal

Lentil curry; what most Indians take with bread or rice

Dharamsala

A religious guest house which provides free accommodation

Dharma

Hindu ethical code

Dhobi

Washerman

Dhoti

Worn like the lunghi; the cloth is pulled up between the legs and tucked

Durbar

Royal Court

Durga

Name of a Hindu goddess, symbol of power

Doodh

Milk

Faquir

A Muslim ascetic, a beggar

Feni

A spirit-drink made from cashews

Gaddi

Throne

Ganesh

The Elephant-headed god; the God of Wisdom

Ghee

Clarified butter

Gurudwara

A Sikh religious temple

Guru

Teacher; a holy person

Haaji

A Muslim who has made a pilgrimage to Mecca

Hanuman

Hindu god with the face of a monkey

Harijan

The so-called untouchables. Now, untouchability is not practiced and they get preference in jobs, etc.

Hookah

Water-pipe for smoking tabacco

Kali

Hindu goddess; manufestation of power

Karma

Fate

Khadhi

Handspun cloth. Mahatma Gandhi had ordained its use to make India self-sufficient

Kothi

Residence, usually a large mansion

Kotwali

A police station

Krishna

Hindu God who delivered the sermon in the Gita.

Kurta

Indian style loose shirt

Lakh

One hundred thousand

Lassi

A refreshing, popular sweet yoghurt drink

Mahabharta

A Hindu epic

Mahal

Palace

Maharajah

A Hindu ruler

Maidan

A large open ground

Mali

A gardener

Mandir

A Hindu temple

Mantra

A Hindu prayer

Masjid

A mosque

Mela

A fair

Memsahib

A form of address for wealthy women, often used for white foreign women

Mughals

A dynasty of Muslim rulers who ruled northern India for 200 years

Moksha

Salvation from cycle of births and deaths

Monsoons

Rainy season in India from June to October

Narayana

A name for Vishnu, the Protector

Nawab

A Muslim ruling prince

Namaste

An expression with which a person may be greeted at any time of the day.

Pandit

Hindu priest

Puja

Prayer

Puranas

Ancient Hindu scriputers

Puradah

Isolation in home practiced by Muslim women

Raga

Melody or rhythm

Raj

Rule or government

Rajput

A warrior class from Rajastan

Ramayana

One of the two major Hindu epic stories. It is known all over South-East Asia

Rani

Wife of a princely ruler

Rasta Rokao

A form of protest by stopping all traffic

Rikshaw

Two-wheeled vehicle pulled by a man using a cycle

Rishis

Sages

Sadhu

An ascetic

Salwar

Trousers worn by Punjabi women; now by most Indian young girls

Satsang

A gathering for a holy discourse

Satyagraha

Non-violnet protest popularized by Mahatma Gandhi

Sardar

A term used for leader; Sikhs are also addressed as Sardars

Shri/Shrimati

Mr./Mrs.

Shukriya

Thank You

Tabla

A pair of kettledrums plyed with fingers

Thali

Traditional Indian metal plate for serving food

Tonga

Two-wheeled horse or pony carriage

Vedas

The four scriptures which the Hindu believed where revealed by the Gods through ancient sears.

As our team is dedicated to tourism in Rajasthan we also organize language courses for learning Rajasthani. Language Experts and native teachers from Rajasthan will teach you individually or in small groups and spoken practice is also take care of.
For more information please contact us !

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