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Hindi/Deshi India ki pramukh bhasha hai. Ye dunia ke fourth most spoken language hai jon ki 442 million log ke mother tongue hai. Hindi ke Devanāgarīscript me likha jaae hai.

Hindi
मानक हिन्दी Mānak Hindī
"Hindi" written in Devanagari script
The word "Hindi" in Devanagari script
Spoken in India, Pakistan, Mauritius and significant communities in USA, UK, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Australia, Myanmar, Canada, Nepal, Afghanistan, South Africa, Uganda, New Zealand
Total speakers 180 million native in 1991, 120 million second-language in 1999.[1]
Language family Indo-European
Writing system Devanagari
Official status
Official language in  India
Regulated by Central Hindi Directorate (India)[3]
Language codes
ISO 639-1 hi
ISO 639-2 hin
ISO 639-3
Linguasphere 59-AAF-q (with Urdu,
including 58 varieties: 59-AAF-qaa to 59-AAF-qil)
Indic script
Ii panna me Indic text hae. Bina rendering support ke aap ke saait irregular vowel positioning aur a lack of conjuncts dekhai. More...
Brahmi script - Hindi Language
Wikipedia
 Ii bhasa ke aapan Wikipedia  hai.
Hindi edition   ke dekho

Hindi ke north India me dher log samjhe hai aur India bhar me iske bahut log samjhe hai. Hindi ke sab se common form Hindustani hai jisme dher sabd Dravidian bhasa, Persian, Arabic, Turkish, English, aur Portuguese bhasa se aais hai.

Hindi ke kuch dialect hai: Avadhi, Brij Bhasha, Bhojpuri, Bundeli, Bagheli, aur Marwai.

Hindi, Sanskrit se aais hai aur 7th century me iske "Apabhramsha" bolaa jawat rahaa aur 10th century talak ii kaafi stable hoe gais.

Kuch famous Hindi kavi hai Tulsidas aur Kabir.

Hindi me gintiBadlo

Number Hindi me Number Fiji Hindi me
एक (e:k ) ek
Indo-Aryan[4] fam4=[[w:Central zone|Central |dui
तीन (ti:n) tiin
चार (cha:r) chaar
पांच (pa:nch) paanch
छः (chhe) chhe
सात (sa:t) saat
आठ (a:th) aath
नौ (nau) nau
दस (das) das

[5]

fizi ke logo ki hindi aaj bhi purane gramin(villages)logo jesi hi hai jo hindustan se 500-600 sal pahle fizi me jakar wahan ke nagrik (civilians )ho gaye.

Hafta ke dinBadlo

Fiji Hindi Hindi
Sombaar सोमवार (somvaar)
Mangar मंगलवार (mangalvaar)
Budh बुधवार (budhvaar)
Bif बृहस्पतिवार/गुरुवार (brihspativaar)
Suk शुक्रवार (shukravaar)
Sanichar शनिवार (shanivaar)
Etwaar रविवार (ravivaar)

[6]

ReferencesBadlo

  1. Ethnologue, "Hindi"
  2. Dhanesh Jain; George Cardona (2003). The Indo-Aryan languages. Routledge. p. 251. ISBN 9780700711307.
  3. Central Hindi Directorate regulates the use of Devanagari script and Hindi spelling in India. Source: Central Hindi Directorate: Introduction
  4. Dhanesh Jain; George Cardona (2003). The Indo-Aryan languages. Routledge. p. 251. ISBN 9780700711307.
  5. Numbers in Million-Speaker Languages
  6. Days of the week in Hindi

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