Indian Weather

Nikita-Sharma

Nikita-Sharma

namaskaar Hope you are happily learning Hindi vocabulary . Here is some information regarding the weather patterns in India with Hindi words! Sounds good? Have a go! India (bhaarath भारत ) is a very large country (dhesh देश ) with great weather (mausam मौसम ) diversity. Various parts of India are known with different weather patterns. The geographical (bhoogolik भूगोलिक) diversity (vividhathaa विविधता ) of India accounts for the regional weather pattern. The huge mountain areas (pahaadee kShethroM पहाडी क्षेत्रों) have very low temperature (kam thaapmaan कम तापमान) whereas the temperature (thaapmaan तापमान) in gigantic plains is high. The Thar Desert (Thaar registhaan थार रेगिस्तान) in the western India (pashchimee bhaarath पश्चिमी भारत) makes that part very hot (garam गरम ). But the North-Eastern (poorvothar पूर्वोतर) India is made up of fertile landscapes (upajaaoo bhoomi उपजाऊ भूमी). The Himaalayaas to the North (uththar उत्तर) prevents the Arctic winds (aarktik havaa आर्क्टिक हवा) from entering the sub continent (up mahaadweep उप महाद्वीप ) and thus plays a vital role in the country’s weather pattern. India is a monsoonal country - the contribution of South Western borders (dhakShiN pashchimee seemaaoM दक्षिण पश्चिमी सीमाओं ), Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. How was that? Were you be able to easily recognise the Hindi letters? You may have to refer to the Grammar lessons to get the correct pronunciation of certain Hindi words. Please feel free to come back with questions that you may have. aapkee Nikita
Noor

Noor

Namaskaar Nikita, Dhanyavaad for this info., it was great practice for reading and learning new words. Meri beTi Bharat mey hai, on a study vacation and the maussum has been a bit chilly, Thanda. Noor
Nikita-Sharma

Nikita-Sharma

namaskaar Noor, *aap se sunkar bahuth khush hooAO*. ( I am very happy to hear from you.) *ummeedh hai ki aap ko Rocket Hindi achChee lagathee hai!* (I hope you are enjoying Rocket Hindi !) aapkee Nikita
Noor

Noor

namaste Nikitaji, mujhe hindi sikhna pasand hai, achee lagti hai. thori si mushkil hai. lekin mey sikhna khoshish karti hun. Mey hindi roz parhti hun. dhanyavad. aapkee, Noor
Nikita-Sharma

Nikita-Sharma

namaskaar Noor, aap roz hindhee paDthee haiM , (You learn Hindi daily) yah bahuth badee baath hai (which is very good). aapkee mehanath kaayam rakhiye! (please continue your hard work!) For the convenience of all our members, let me give the meaning of some new words used in the above peice of conversation. roz (रोज़ ) = daily mehanath (मेहनत )= hardwork aapkee Nikita
Nikita-Sharma

Nikita-Sharma

namaskaar kaise haiM aap sab? kaisee chal rahee hai aapkee paDaaee? khair, bhaarath meM tho garmiyoM ke dhin shuroo hue haiM. garmee se Chutkaaraa paane ke lie log tharah tharah ke upaay DooMD rahe haiM. kuCh log Chuttee manaane kelie hil steshan jaathe haiM, kuCh aur tho ghar meM e see rakhthe haiM, aur jo yah sab naheeM kar sakthe, chupchaap sahathe haiM ! Were you able to comprehend the above paragraph? Well, here are some tips to help you out. khair = Well garmiyoM ke dhin = hot days ( summer ) Chutkaaraa paane ke lie = to get rid of Chuttee manaane ke lie = to go for holidays chupchaap = silently ( kind of being helpless ) Here is the text in Devnagari script. खैर, भारत में तो गर्मियों के दिन शुरू हुए हैं। गर्मी से छुटकारा पाने के लिए लोग तरह तरह के उपाय ढूंढ रहे हैं । कुछ लोग छुट्टी मनाने केलिए हिल स्टेशन जाते हैं, कुछ और तो घर में ए सी रख्ते हैं, और जो यह सब नहीं कर सक्ते, चुपचाप सहते हैं ! It can be a bit challenging to find word by word meaning, but I am quite confident that you will be able to get a general idea about the paragraph with the help of the tips! Have a go! aapkee Nikita
Indiangirl--

Indiangirl--

I have a question Nikita...When you are writing in Hindi script example when writing "namaskaar" that is how you spell it but when you read it, it looks completly different namaskaar in hindi script is spelled like namasakaar. why isnt it spelled like it supposed to be and how do i write words in hindi script? Please answer soon!! Because I am interested in learning Hindi. Dhanyavaad Indiangirl (Keyatta)
Nikita-Sharma

Nikita-Sharma

Hi Keyatta, Sorry for the late reply. It is always a difficult task to romanize a foreign language, especially Hindi! The vowels and consonants are very important in Hindi so I would advise you to start with 2 and 3 letter words and try to read as much as possible, even though sometimes it might not make sense. All the best! - Nikita
RAMESH-V

RAMESH-V

good one
Chinku-T

Chinku-T

bahut muskil hai apke kahani padni.
John-H8

John-H8

Namaste Ketatta, I would like to reply to your question regarding the word 'namaskaar'. The Hindi spelling is correct and the transliteration is also correct. 1. This is the correct spelling: नमस्कार=namaskaar स् is half s(without aa sound) 2. This is the incorrect spelling: नमसकार=namasakar स is full sa(with an aa sound). स =full S with aa sound. स्=half S without aa sound. I hope this helps. John

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