For more than a thousand years after its emergence, the language has truly contributed to further enrich and expand the Asian world across literary, linguistic, and scientific fields.
Learning Hindi can help your career in sciences, commerce, business, digital media, and information systems.
Companies that eye operational and sales expansion in the South Asia region are mostly recruiting people who are familiar about Indian culture and who could articulately and fluently speak and write Hindi.
WHERE IS IT SPOKEN?
Trinidad & Tobago
NUMBER OF SPEAKERS
341 MILLION NATIVE SPEAKERS
THREE FUN FACTS ABOUT HINDI
1. Each letter of the Hindi alphabet has its own independent and distinct sound
As a result, Hindi words are pronounced exactly as they are written, making the Hindi language easy to learn.
2. English has borrowed a great number of words from Hindi
Examples of Hindi loanwords include avatar, bandanna, bungalow, dinghy, guru, jungle, khaki, karma, loot, mantra, nirvana, punch, pyjamas, sorbet, shampoo, thug, typhoon and yoga.
3. India’s Hindi-speaking regions celebrate Hindi Day annually on 14th September
Hindi Day commemorates the adoption of Hindi as an official language by the Indian Constituent Assembly in 1965.