I love you in Hindi

How do you say I love you in Hindi? How do you tell someone they’re not your type, or you just want to be friends? After this free audio lesson you’ll know lots of useful words for dating in Hindi – after all, you don’t always know when those special (and not so special) moments might occur!

Listen to the native speakers on the audio, and practice saying the Hindi phrases aloud. Whether you’re dating or just making some friendly Hindi conversation, they might come in very useful.

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Pronouncing I love you in Hindi

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सब ठीक तो है?

saba ṭhīka to hai?

Is everything alright?

क्या आपको मज़ा नहीं आया?

kyā āpako maja़ā nahīṃ āyā?

Didn't you enjoy?

क्या मज़ेदार था?

kyā maja़edāra thā?

Was that fun?

मुझे वह उतना पसंद नहीं है

mujhe vaha utanā pasaṃda nahīṃ hai

I don't like that very much.

मुझे वह बहुत पसंद है

mujhe vaha bahuta pasaṃda hai

I like that very much.

यह आपका बड़प्पन है

yaha āpakā baḍa़ppana hai

That is very generous of you

बहुत अच्छा है

bahuta acchā hai

That is very nice.

क्या आप को .... चाहिए?

kyā āpa ko .... cāhie?

Would you like…? (formal)

क्या तुम्हें...चाहिए?

kyā tumheṃ...cāhie?

Would you like…?






I would like to…

आप का स्वागत है

āpa kā svāgata hai

You're welcome.

What do you do when you meet someone and you realize that you are falling in love? Here are some phrases you might want to use…

आप मुझे अच्छे लगते हैं

āpa mujhe acche lagate haiṃ

I think you're nice

आप मुझे बहुत पसंद हैं

āpa mujhe bahuta pasaṃda haiṃ

I like you a lot.

आप मुझे बेहद पसंद हैं

āpa mujhe behada pasaṃda haiṃ

I like you immensely.

मैं आप से प्यार करता / करती हूँ

maiṃ āpa se pyāra karatā / karatī hūn

I love you.

मैं आप से बेहद प्यार करता / करती हूँ

maiṃ āpa se behada pyāra karatā / karatī hūn

I love you ahead of everything else.

If you want to confess your love to someone, just say

मैं आप से प्यार करता / करती हूँ

maiṃ āpa se pyāra karatā / karatī hūn

I love you.

Hopefully the answer will be…

मैं भी आप से प्यार करता / करती हूँ

maiṃ bhī āpa se pyāra karatā / karatī hūn

I love you, too.

Going out for dates is still not socially accepted in India. But youngsters often go out with their special friend.

क्या आप मेरे साथ बाहर जायेंगे?

kyā āpa mere sātha bāhara jāyeṃge?

Would you like to go out with me?

मैं आप के साथ और वक्त बिताना चाहता / चाहती हूँ

maiṃ āpa ke sātha aura vakta bitānā cāhatā / cāhatī hūn

I would like to spend more time with him/her…

मै आप को खाने पर ले जाना चाहता / चाहती हूँ

mai āpa ko khāne para le jānā cāhatā / cāhatī hūn

I would like to take him/her out for dinner.

क्या हम एक साथ घूमने जाएं?

kyā hama eka sātha ghūmane jāeṃ?

Shall we go for out for a stroll together?

I love you in Hindi

If the date was successful you might want to say…

यह एक सुंदर/प्यारा/अच्छा दिन था

yaha eka suṃdara/pyārā/acchā dina thā

That was a lovely day…

आप के साथ वह शाम सुन्दर थी

āpa ke sātha vaha śāma sundara thī

That was a lovely evening with you…

Some more useful phrases when spending time with the man or woman of your dreams…

आप सुन्दर हैं

āpa sundara haiṃ

You are beautiful.

आप बहुत अच्छे हैं

āpa bahuta acche haiṃ

You are so sweet.

क्या आप सच में मुझे चाहते हैं?

kyā āpa saca meṃ mujhe cāhate haiṃ?

Are you really serious about me?

मैं उसके साथ रहना चाहता / चाहती हूं

maiṃ usake sātha rahanā cāhatā / cāhatī hūṃ

I would like to be with him/her

क्या आप मुझसे शादी करना चाहेंगे?

kyā āpa mujhase śādī karanā cāheṃge?

Would you like to marry me?

आप मेरे सपनों के राजा हैं

āpa mere sapanoṃ ke rājā haiṃ

You are the man of my dreams.

आप मेरी सपनों की रानी हैं

āpa merī sapanoṃ kī rānī haiṃ

You are the woman of my dreams.

If you are going out with someone who is not exactly what you were hoping for you could say…

मैं उसके साथ सिर्फ दोस्ती करना चाहता / चाहती हूँ

maiṃ usake sātha sirpha dostī karanā cāhatā / cāhatī hūn

I just want to be friends with him/her.

मुझे कोई दिल्चस्पी नहीं है

mujhe koī dilcaspī nahīṃ hai

I'm not interested.

मुझे अकेला छोड़ दो

mujhe akelā choḍa़ do

Leave me alone.

तुम मुझे पसंद नहीं हो

mujhe akelā choḍa़ do

You are not my type.

दूर रहिए!

dūra rahie!

Stay away!

Congratulations! You have now completed the final edition of the Rocket Hindi Newsletter Series. Don’t let this be the end of your journey! Remember, there is still so much to learn. See you again!

Why not check out some more lessons on Hindi phrases next?

फिर मिलेंगे (phir milenge),

Nikita Sharma: Rocket Hindi

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