Seasons in Hindi

Do you know the Hindi word for summer? How about the other seasons in Hindi? Check out the fastest Rocket Hindi lesson ever and you’ll have these mastered in minutes. Whether you’re making travel plans or chatting with Hindi-speaking friends and family, the seasons are handy to know.

 
What’s a good time of year to visit? Is it nicer to travel in summer or winter? What are your friends doing for the spring vacation? Let’s find out!

How to pronounce the seasons in Hindi

As hard as you try, without helpful feedback your Hindi pronunciation is never going to be the same as a native speaker’s. If you've found it difficult to perfect the way you say Hindi words and phrases, this lesson will help you. 
 
Using the blue Rocket Record buttons you can record the way you say each greeting or farewell, and compare it with the way a native speaker of Hindi does. That’s right, with Rocket Languages voice mapping technology you can record your voice as many times as you need until your pronunciation matches the Hindi speaker!
  • Fall in Hindi
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वसन्त ॠतु
Vasanth rithu
Spring
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गर्मी
Garmee
Summer
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शरत ॠतु
Sharath rithu
Autumn
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सर्दी
Sardee
Winter

The seasons vary a lot in India, depending on your geographical location. Southern India tends to be very hot, and experiences massive deluges during the monsoon season from June to August. Northern India is comparatively cool because of its proximity to the Himalaya. The best period to travel in India is from October to January. The temperature is bearable, and the rain is infrequent. Of course the monsoon is an experience in itself, so if you fancy getting seeing India at it’s most humid, aim to travel in July.

That’s it for now. I hope you enjoyed the lesson. 

फिर मिलेंगे ।
Phir Milengae,

Nikita Sharma
Rocket Hindi

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