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  हिन्दी ज्ञान विकास पाठशाला

                                              AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HINDI LANGUAGE          
          LEARN HINDI   
       IN 6 MONTHS
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(Reading, Writing, Speaking and Learning to use computer to write Hindi
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Hindi Gyan Vikas Pathshala (HGVP) Program is designed to help beginners to quickly familiarize themselves with the Hindi vowels, consonents and simple words.

The kids are expected to be able to read and write fluently simple words paragraphs before they move to the advance level.

The Students will be expected to be able to fully and fluently Read and Write Hindi and develop understanding of the language at the end of the Advanced Hindi course.

This site is developed to provide students of Hindi Gyan Vikas Pathshala with information on the Hindi Language Teaching, Learning schedules and other informations.




Hindi is spoken exactly as it is written so being a phonetic language it is very easy to learn to read.

Students will learn to read Hindi in 6 months.

Based on my Teaching Experience:  

  1. I guarantee when the kids work with me they become fluent in simple Hindi
  2. Reading with in 6 months from a zero level.
  3. I have achieved this goal with my students.
  4. I have my own technique that I use to teach the kids Hindi. 
  5. My own lessons that I have compiled using multiple booklets with exercises to teach in the Hindi classes.
  6. My format of booklets enables the kids to maintain interest in continuous learning,
  7. and I get their dedication to achieve the goal of making them learn hindi.



During the teaching session the lessons will cover the listed Lessons for the Beginnners and Advanced Classes.

Tests will be scheduled after the completion of each Lesson.

All Study Material will be provide to the sudents. The students are expected to be current with their home work and class work.

At the end of each level Examinations will be conducted.

Qualifying Certificates will be granted at the end of each Level.

Level I--Beginners Introduction to Hindi Language


Introduction to Hindi vowels

Writing skill Development on vowels

Word Vocabulary Development for vowels


Introduction to Hindi Consonants

Writing skill Development on Consonants

Word Vocabulary Development for Consonants

Hindi Conjunct Consonents

Introduction to Hindi Conjunct Consonants

Writing skill Development on Consonants

Word Vocabulary Development for Consonants


Introduction to Hindi Dotted Consonants

Writing skill Development on Dotted Consonants

Word Vocabulary Development for Dotted Consonants

Two Letter Hindi Word Reading with out Matras
Three Letter Hindi Word Reading with out Matras
Four Letter Hindi Word Reading with out Matras
Writing Two Letter Hindi Words with out Matras
Writing Three Letter Hindi Words with out Matras
Writing Four Letter Hindi Words with out Matras
Short paragraph reading with Two letter words
Short paragraph reading with Three letter words
Short paragraph reading with Four letter words


Number Introduction in Hindi from 1 to 100

Numbers Recognition in Hindi

Numbers Writing Development Skills in Hindi

Various math exercises


Fruit Names vocabulary in Hindi

Vegetables Names vocabulary in Hindi
Color Names vocabulary in Hindi
Animal Names vocabulary in Hindi
Human Body parts vocabulary in Hindi
Birds Names vocabulary in Hindi


Level II - Advanced Hindi Language

Learning words with Matras, 80-100 words, their meanings and equivalent english words will be the focus of this level. 

Each lesson will include reading paragrapha, with their translation in English to develop understanding of the language. The paragraphs have been compiled and selected from various hindi literature.

Comprehension- Reading hind paragraphs , answering questions and writing answers in hindi will also form the part of this level. Various hands on exercises will form part of each lesson. 

Matra -Long  aa     आ      words and meaning 
Matra -Short  ee        ि   words and meaning 
Matra -long    ee     ई   ी   words and meaning 
Matra -Short   u      उ       words and meaning 
Matra -long    oo     ऊ   ू   words and meaning 
Matra -Short   i       ए    े   words and meaning 
Matra -long      ai       ऐ    ै   words and meaning 
Matra -Short   o      ओ   ो  words and meaning 
Matra -long     au         words and meaning 

Matra -Short   ang   अं   ं   words and meaning 

Matra -Short   an     अँ         words and meaning 

Matra -long     aha   अः  ः  words and meaning 
Writing Two Letter Hindi Words for each Matras
Writing Three Letter Hindi Words for each Matras
Writing Four Letter Hindi Words for each Matras
Conjunct consonents (संयुक्ताक्षर) क्ष, त्र, ज्ञ, etc
Dotted consonents  eg. क़ ख़ ग़ फ़ ज़ ड़ ढ़
Special R forms     eg.   ृ  ऋ,

Half Letter words   eg.  क्या,वस्तु

Enhanced Hindi level 2 : General Awarness

Reading Enhancement
Hindi Conversation
Writing about Festivals in Hindi
Introductionm to India's Patriotic songs
Introduction to Indian culture and civilization
Introduction to Map of India (states, capitals, towns)
Introduction to India's Physical Map (Rivers, mountains..)
Introduction to the story of Ramayan

Introduction to Panchtantra stories

Reading story books

 Introduction to Hindi Muhavras (sayings)


Level III - Super Advanced Hindi Language

 Introduction to Hindi Grammar
 Number: singular and plural  लड़की/लड़कियाँ/लड़कियों
 Genders (masculine, feminine),
 Tense(present, past, future),

 Action (perfect, imperfect, continuous)

 Degree of respect (intimate, familiar, respect)
 Conversation and Reading/writing drills- Active use of Hindi
 Writing Essays
 Discussion of grammar
 Introduction to literature

You become a Hindi Gyani Pandit



Hindi is an Indo-Aryan language with about 487 million speakers. It is one of the official languages of India.Hindi is used as the language of administration, the media, education andliterature in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.

Elsewhere in India, Hindi is used, along side English, as a second language. Hindi is also spoken in Bangladesh, Belize, Botswana, Canada, Germany,Guyana, Kenya, Nepal, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Suriname, Trinidad, Uganda, UAE, UK, USA, Yemen, Zambia.

Hindi is closely related to Urdu,  which is written with the Arabic script. Hindi first started to be used in writing during the 4th century AD.

It was originally written with the Brahmi script but since the 11th century AD it has been written with the Devangari alphabet. The first printed book in Hindi was John Gilchrist's Grammar of the Hindustani Language which was published in 1796.


How is language naturally acquired?

Languages are naturally acquired by people by listening and interacting with real people in real-life situations. The human brain is built to analyze it. The human mind is constructed to learn language. That's one of the basic things.Just as a spider spins its web, so too do people acquire language. It's just as natural as that.

What is the key to language learning?

Motivation and Exposure to the real thing.

But given the learner has a reasonable amount of motivation,then the burden lies upon the course to hold the learner's attention and continually present them with material that is both interesting in itself, and relevant to the kinds of things the learner will have to do when he's using the language. That will keep up the motivation. Since we are equipped to learn languages, the brain does the rest of the job for us.

All it needs is sufficient motivation and sufficient first-class, first-language speaker material from which to learn.

How does the brain acquire new information?

When you hear anything at all, it is stored in your short term memory.

The short-term memory will hold it, but unless it is repeated and re-emphasized, it is not going to hold on to it. In order to make long-term memories, the information must be transferred. This occurs through repetition of the information.

Our brain is automatically programmed to take words and put them together. It differs from language to language,you already have in your brain a machine that is ready and waiting for language.

What is Needed to Learn any Language?

You have to learn the sound system of the language.

Then, you have to learn the words. And when you've done that, you have to learn what the particular properties of the words are, because the properties will tell you how to put them together in a sentence. You do this by hearing them used correctly in sentences, preferably, by a native speaker of that language. You don't have to be given a lot of elaborate grammatical rules, because your brain's already equipped to figure them out for you.


Hindi Gyan Vikas Pathshala;  Please contact the Learn Hindi Center;

Phone: (732)-294-1113  or  Email: LEARNHINDI@AGSYSS.COM

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