How are you in Hindi

If someone asks "How are you?" in Hindi, how do you reply? And how do you ask them in return? Maybe you feel great, or you’re having a really bad day – either way you’ll know how to explain after this free Rocket Hindi audio lesson. If you’re traveling to India or getting to know people closer to home, these words and phrases are essential for your Hindi language survival kit. 
 
By the end of this lesson you’ll know the formal and informal ways to ask people how they are to ensure you make a good first impression. And just in case you need to apologize… you’ll learn how to say sorry in Hindi as well!
 
Feeling confident with these basic Hindi words and phrases will make such a positive difference to your experiences with Hindi-speaking people. Remember, a stranger is just a friend you haven’t met yet!

Pronunciation help for asking "how are you?" 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. 

 
Use the blue button to play the audio tracks associated with How are you in Hindi. Then try recording yourself and compare your Hindi pronunciation with that of the native Hindi speaker. That’s right, with Rocket Hindi's voice recognition technology you can record your voice as many times as you need until your pronunciation matches the Hindi speaker!

And when you are ready test yourself using Testing (at the bottom of the page) and really power up your learning and recall.

How are you in Hindi?

For friends or family:

For Strangers or more senior persons:

What do you say if someone asks you one of these questions?

A common follow-up question is, “And you?”, “aur aap?”  or more informal  “aur thum?” 

How are you feeling in Hindi

If someone tells you that he or she is not feeling well you could say the following…

If someone is feeling great you might want to say the following…

The above words are extremely important. From experience, I know that the most important phrase in any language is how to say you’re sorry!

Others disagree. They say that there are THREE important phrases that you absolutely must know in any language. They are:

Hmm, I can’t think of a situation in which I’d need to use all three, but I’ll leave it to your imagination! That’s it for this lesson.

फिर मिलेंगे ।
Phir Milengae,

Nikita Sharma
Rocket Hindi


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  • Click REVEAL to see the word/phrase and see the translation
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Write it! helps you to improve your written Hindi and your understanding of sentence structures. Just listen to the audio and type in what you hear!

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  • READ the word/phrase
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