Hindi Alphabet, 46 Letters, Pronunciation -A Complete Guide

Hindi Alphabet, 46 Letters, Pronunciation – An Extensive Guide

Hindi is the mother tongue of India. Although Hindi is an easy language to learn, it is not easy to remember. It’s quite complicated compared to other languages. The Hindi alphabet is called Hindi Varnamala. Hindi letters are pronounced the same way they are written in. To fully understand any language it is always important to learn the alphabet, today we are going to focus on learning the Hindi alphabet.

Hindi Alphabet for Kids
Hindi Alphabet for Kids

Hindi is also classified as consonants and vowels. The official Hindi alphabet has 46 letters divided into 11 vowels and 35 consonants. On the other hand, the traditional Hindi alphabet has 46 letters including 13 vowels and 33 consonants. The horizontal line placed on top of letters plays an important role in Hindi. Words formed by different letters are connected by this line.

24 out of the 36 consonants have a vertical right stroke. It is used to refer to a full stop. A dot above 24 out of the 36 consonants use a vertical right stroke. It is used to represent a full stop. A dot above letters works for nasal sounds. Some of the Hindi letters have the same phonetic transcription as the English letters, however, they have a different pronunciation. In this article we are going to focus on all Hindi letters pronunciation with some history of the language as well.

How Many Letters Are in Hindi Alphabet?

The Hindi alphabet has 45 letters according to pronunciation. There are 10 vowels and 35 consonants. There are 52 letters based on writing. It has 13 vowels, 35 consonants, 4 combined consonants, and 2 binary consonants.

The Hindi alphabet according to pronunciation and the Hindi alphabet according to writing has 7 characters difference. These characters’ difference is represented by 3 extra vowels and 4 combined consonants. Hindi vowels are given the name Hindi Swar (स्वर) and Hindi consonants are given the name Hindi Vyanjan (व्यंजन).

vowels are also popular as Vowels (स्वर) in Hindi, pronounced ‘Swine’ as ‘SW’. Let’s have a look at the list of the 13 Hindi vowels and their equivalents in English:

Hindi VowelsEnglish Vowels
a
aa
i
ii
u
oo
e
ai
o
au
अंun
अ:uh
ri

Hindi Vowels for Kids
Hindi Vowels for Kids
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Hindi Vowels for Kids
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Hindi Vowels for Kids

Hindi Consonants are called Hindi Vyannjana. Let’s have a look at the list of the Hindi alphabet:

व्यंजन Vyanjan
ka
Kha
Ga
Gha
nga
cha
chha
ja
jha
nja
Ta
Tha
Da
Dha
Na
ta
tha
da
dha
na
pa
pha
ba
bha
ma
ya
ra
la
wa
sha
shha
sa
ha
क्षksh
त्रtra
ज्ञgya
श्रsra

Let’s have a look at the chart for the Hindi alphabet:

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Hindi Consonants for kids

Hindi Alphabet Pronunciation

Here’s a list of the Hindi alphabet beside the pronunciation and English Example:

Hindi AlphabetEnglish SoundPronunciation Example
aas in apple
aaas in cat
eas in elephant
iias in Wii
eias in bean
eias in mean
aias in fate
ias in victory
oas in Rome
oias in coin
oiias in oil
uuas in moon
ouas in house
uas in umbrella
Bas in ball
Bhaas in Bob Hansen
Caas in Camel
Chhaas in Rich Hansen
Daas in Dam
Dhaas in Edward Hansen
Faas in fan
फ़Fias in Finland
Gaas in gap
Ghaas in Ghana
ग़Ghias in Ghistapo
Haas in hat
Jaas in Jam
Jhaas in jhawani 
Kaas in Kashmir
Khaas in Khan
ख़Khias in blac
Las in life
Lias in lips
Lias in military
Liias in Lima
Liias in Bradley
Maas in man
Naas in Namibia
N’aas in Stan Alan
Niaas in Niagara
Naeas in Nigeria
Nias in Nicaragua
omsas in Tom’s book
Paas in Panama
क़Qias in King
Raas in ran
Rias in ring
Rias in risk
Rias in Brie
Saas in Sam
Shaas in Shanghai
Shhaas in wash hand
Taas in Tamara
T’aas in Matt Alan
Thaas in Thailand
Thaas in Thailand
T’haas in Thailand
Thhaas in Keith Hansen
ड़ugDhaas in drug down
ढ़ugDhhaas in hugged hand
Vaas in vast
Yaas in yard
य़Yias in year
ज़Zaas in Zambia

What is the Origin of the Hindi Language?

The Hindi Language is the Primary Official Language of the Republic of India since January 26, 1965. The Hindi language is among the 22 Official Languages available in India. The Hindi language developed over many centuries. Hindi was derived from the Khariboli dialect. The first time the Hindi language was used in writing was during the 4th century AD.

Hindi was inspired by Persian and Arabic languages. Hindi turned into a national language during the colonial period once the British colonizers needed a fixed language among government officials. Later on, The Constitution of India stated Hindi and English as the two languages of communication for the Central Government.

Hindi is a name taken from the Persian word Hind, which means “Land of the Indus River”. Turkish invaders in the early 11th century named the language of the region Hindi, ‘language of the land of the Indus River’. As mentioned already in this article, Hindi is spoken in countries outside India, such as in Mauritius, Fiji, Suriname, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago and Nepal – which drive its popularity.

Hindi Language Facts

There is no fixed number of Hindi Language Dialects, still, as per Census of India 2001, there are 49 dialects of Hindi. let’s check the list of some other dialects:

            Some of the Hindi Language Dialects
DialectRegion
1.  HaryanviHaryana
2. SargujiyaChhattisgarh
3. ChhattisgarhiChhattisgarh
4. AwadhiUttar Pradesh
5. BhojpuriUttar Pradesh
6. KanaujiUttar Pradesh
7. BagheliMadhya Pradesh
8. MalviMadhya Pradesh
9. KangriHimachal Pradesh.
10. BundeliMadhya Pradesh
11. GarhwaliUttaranchal
12. KumaoniUttaranchal
13. Marwari / MerwariRajasthan, Haryana some parts of Gujarat.
14. LambadiMaharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh
15. HarautiRajasthan
16. GodwariRajasthan
16. GodwariRajasthan
17. BagriRajasthan
18. Magadhi / MagahiBihar
19. PahariSikkim, West Bengal,  Nepal,  Pakistan, Tibet, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir
20. MewatiRajasthan and Pakistan; Punjab and Sindh, Mewat region of Haryana 

How to Say Hindi Words in English?

Although 1.2 billion people can speak Hindi, they can’t recognize the Hindi alphabet. These alphabets are also called Hindi Aksharmala or Varnamala in the Hindi language. The smallest units of the Hindi Language are Letters, which means Akshar in Hindi. A mixture of these letters forms words. A mixture of these words forms a sentence.

Let’s have a look at the list of Hindi alphabets in words with their equivalent in English along with pictures to get the meaning:

Hindi AlphabetsPronunciation of Hindi Alphabets in EnglishHindi Alphabets and WordsHindi Words in EnglishImages of Hindi Alphabets’ Words
aअनारPomegranateHindi alphabet,hindi LearningMole
aaआमMangoHindi alphabet,hindi LearningMole
eइमलीTamarindHindi alphabet,hindi LearningMole
eeईखSugarcaneHindi alphabet,hindi LearningMole
uउल्लूowlHindi Varnamala
uuऊनWoolHindi alphabet,hindi LearningMole
aiएकOneHindi Varnamala
aeऐनकSpecsHindi Varnamala
oओखलokhalHindi Varnamala
auऔरतWoman/LadyHindi Varnamala
अंanअंगूरGrapesHindi Varnamala
अ:ahप्रातः कालMorningHindi Varnamala
hriऋषिSaintHindi Varnamala
KकबूतरPigeonHindi Varnamala
KhखरगोशRabbitHindi Varnamala
GगमलाFlowerpotHindi Varnamala
Ghघड़ीWatchHindi Varnamala
Chचम्मचSpoonHindi Varnamala
ChhछतरीUmbrellaHindi Varnamala
JजहाजShipHindi Varnamala
JhझरनाWaterfallHindi Varnamala
TटमाटरTomatoesHindi Varnamala
ThठेलाTrolleyHindi Varnamala
DडमरूDamruHindi Varnamala
Dhढक्कनLidHindi Varnamala
TaतवाTawaHindi Varnamala
ThथैलीBagHindi Varnamala
DदवाMedicineHindi Varnamala
DhधनुषBowHindi Varnamala
NनलTapHindi Varnamala
PपतंगKiteHindi Varnamala
PhफलFruitHindi Varnamala
Bबत्तखDuckHindi Varnamala
BhभालूBearHindi Varnamala
Mमकड़ीSpiderHindi Varnamala
Yयज्ञYajnaHindi Varnamala
RरथRathHindi Varnamala
Lलट्टूLattoHindi Varnamala
VवटTreeHindi Varnamala
ShशलजमTurnipHindi Varnamala
Shषट्कोणHexagonHindi Varnamala
SसाडीSareeHindi Varnamala
HहलPlowHindi Varnamala
क्षKshक्षत्रियKshatriyaHindi Varnamala
त्रTraत्रिशूलProngHindi Varnamala
ज्ञGyanज्ञान KnowledgeHindi Varnamala

What is Hindi Matra?

Hindi matras are also known as vowel signs. Every Hindi vowel has its own specific signs.

Hindi Vowels and their Signs (Matra)

Vowels(Svar)sign/matraMode of writing
N/Aक्+अ
(-T)क्+आका
िक्+इकि
( ◌ी )क्+ईकी
( ◌ु)क्+उकु
(◌ू)क्+ऊकू
(◌ृ)क्+ऋकृ
( ◌े)क्+एके
(◌ै)क्+ऐकै
(◌ो)क्+ओको
(-◌ौ)क्+औकौ
अं(◌ं)क्+अंकं
अ:( : ) (Visarga)क्+अ:कः

 

Hindi Matra Name and location:

Martra Namesign/matraWhere is it used?Consonant Shapes formed
AA(-T)क्+आ =का
Iिक्+इ = कि
II( ◌ी )क्+ई = की
U( ◌ु)क्+उ = कु
UU(◌ू)क्+ऊ = कू
VOCALIC R(◌ृ)क्+ऋ = कृ
E( ◌े)क्+ए =के
CANDRA E( ॅ )क्+ॅ= कॅ
AI(◌ै)क्+ऐ = कै
O(◌ो)क्+ओ = को
CANDRA O( ॉ )क्+औ = कौ
AU(-◌ौ)क्+अं =कं

Hindi Vs Bengali Alphabets

Hindi, as well as Bengali, are spoken languages in India. Bengali is the primary language of Bangladesh and India. Hindi is the official language of India. It is also called Hindustani. 13 countries can speak Bengali. Although, six countries only can speak Hindi.

Bengali is divided into five major dialect Bengali is divided into five major dialect groups. There are almost 23 different dialects. On the other hand, Hindi is also divided into a lot of kinds. Hindi dialects are approximately 22 languages. Bengali and Hindi languages have different scripts. They are both different in writing.

The Bengali language has two written groups: Sadhubhasa and Cholitobhasha. While Hindi has only one type of writing which is called Devanagari. In India, Hindi is considered the first spoken language while Bengali is the second one.

Let’s have a look at the list of the Hindi to Bengali alphabets:

HindiBengaliEnglish
q
aa
i
ee
u
uu
re
e
ei
এ্যাea
অউou
o
oi
अंঅংan
अःঅঃah
Ka
Kha
Ga
Gha
Ang
Ca
Cha
Ja
Jha
Ng
Ta
Tha
Da
Dha
Na
Ta
Tha
Da
Dha
Na
Pa
Pha
Ba
Bha
Ma
Ya
Ra
La
ওয়াVa/Wa
Sha
Sha
Sa
Ha
क्षক্ষKsha
त्रত্রTra
ज्ञঞ্জGya

Hindi Vs Punjabi Alphabets:

Hindi is the standard language in India while Punjabi is one of the 22 spoken languages in India. Hindi and Punjabi have two different scripts. Hindi is written in Devanagri script. Punjabi is written in Gurumukhi script. 

The number of Hindi speakers all over the world is 341 million whereas the number of Punjabi speakers all around the world is 102 million. The exact number of the Hindi alphabet is 45 while the number of the Punjabi alphabet is 35.

Let’s check the list of the Punjabi alphabet:

ਗੁਰਮੁਖੀ (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ) Gurmukhi (Punjabi) EnglishPronunciation Example
ਓੂੜਾOo’rhaao’ as in root
ਐੜਾAi’rhaaa’ as in cat
ਈੜੀEe’rheee’ as in egg
ਸੱਸਾsas’saas’ as in see
ਹਾਹਾhaa’haah’ as in home
ਕੱਕਾKak’kaak’ as in Kate, kite, kit
ਖੱਖਾkhakh’khaa‘kh’ as in khan, khaki
ਗੱਗਾgag’gaag’ as in gold
ਘੱਘਾghag’ghaa‘gh’ as in aghast, ghost
ਙੰਙਾNgan’ngaa‘ng’ as in ring
ਚੱਚਾchach’chaach’ as in chat
ਛੱਛਾchhachh’chhaach’ as in cheddar more like ch/sh robustly aspirated
ਜੱਜਾjaj’jaaj’ as in Japan
ਝੱਝਾjhaj’jhaapronounced as harder stressed ‘j’ as in jolt more robustly aspirated
ਞੰਞਾNjan’njaaThere is no English equivalent of this sound
ਟੈਂਕਾtain’kaat’ as in Tip
ਠੱਠਾthath’thaa‘th’ harder th as in river Thames
ਡੱਡਾddad’daad’ as in daddy
ਢੱਢਾdhad’daadd’ as in daddy
ਣਾਣਾnhaa’nhaaPronounced like English ‘n’ with tip of tongue upwards touching palette of mouth
ਤੱਤਾtat’taat’ softer unaspirated t as in Tim
ਥੱਥਾthath’thaa‘th’ as in Thailand
ਦੱਦਾdad’daath’ softer th as in ‘then’
ਧੱਧਾdhad’daa‘th’ stressed th seventh
ਨੱਨਾnan’naan’ as in name
ਪੱਪਾpap’paap’ as in papa
ਫੱਫਾphaph’phaa‘ph’ as in philosopher
ਬੱਬਾbab’baab’ as in baby
ਭੱਭਾbhab’baathere is no English equivalent of this sound more like bha combined together
ਮੱਮਾmam’maam’ as in mother
ਯੱਯਾyay’yaay’ as in yellow
ਰਾਰਾra’raar’ as in run
ਲੱਲਾlal’laal’ as in lake
ਵੱਵਾvav’vaav’ as in Victor
ੜਾੜਾrhar’rhaa‘rr’ hard double r
ਸ਼ਸ਼ੱਸ਼ਾshash’shaash’ as in shade
ਖ਼ਖ਼ੱਖ਼ਾkha’khaa‘kh’ as in khan or as ‘ch’ As in the Scottish Loch
ਗ਼ਗ਼ੱਗ਼ਾgag’gaag’ as in good
ਜ਼ਜ਼ੱਜ਼ਾZaz’zaaz’ as in zebra
ਫ਼ਫ਼ੱਫ਼ਾfaf’faa‘ph’ as in philosopher
ਲ਼ਲ਼ੱਲ਼ਾlal’laal’ as in land
Vowel Sign (broken circle represents a alphabet)pronunciationName of vowelexample
invisible is with every consonantaਮੁਕਤਾ muktāਸ sa
āਕੰਨਾ kannāਸਾ sā
ਿIਸਿਹਾਰੀ sihārīਸਿ si
īਬਿਹਾਰੀ bihārīਸੀ sī
uਔਂਕੜ auṅkaṛਸੁ su
ūਦੁਲੈਂਕੜ dulaiṅkaṛਸੂ sū
ēਲਾਂਵਾਂ lāṃvāṃਸੇ sē
aiਦੁਲਾਂਵਾਂ dulāṃvāṃਸੈ sai
ōਹੋੜਾ hōṛāਸੋ sō
auਕਨੌੜਾ kanauṛāਸੌ sau
Nasal signs
 ਬਿੰਦੀ bindīIt’s sound is same as ‘n’ in land, sand
 ਟਿੱਪੀ ṭippīIts sound is same as ‘n’ in punch, lunch
 ਅਧਕ adhakdouble sound to the particular consonant that it is assigned to

Urdu Language Alphabets in Hindi

Urdu alphabets have 52 letters and Hindi Alphabets contain 44 letters. Urdu is written from Right-To-Left, Horizontal, while Hindi is written from  Left-To-Right, Horizontal. Urdu has 10 vowels and 40 consonants. Hindi has 11 vowels and 33 consonants. 

The levels in the Urdu language are 4. It requires 44 weeks to learn the Urdu language. While the Hindi levels are 4. It requires 44 weeks to learn the Hindi language. 

Let’s check the list of the Urdu Vs Hindi alphabet and the equivalent in English:

EnglishIPAUrduHindi
ɑ: aا‬ 
bب
pپ‬
ت
ṭ ʈ ٹ
Sث‬
d͡ʒج
cht͡ʃ چ
h, ɦح
kh xخ‬
Dد‬
ɖڈ‬
th ذ‬
Rrر‬
ɽڑ‬
Zzز‬ज़
zh ʒژ‬
Sس‬
sh ʃ ش‬
sص‬
ضद्वाद
‬t tط‬
țh țhظजोय
Eɑː, eːع‬
gh ɣ غ
f ‬ فफ़
q ‬ق
kك‬
ɡ گ‬
lل‬ 
mم‬
ŋ ن‬
ṉ n ◌̃ں‬याँ

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Let’s check the list of Arabic Alphabet in Hindi, Pronunciation And Equivalent In English

Arabic LetterEnglish SoundHindi LetterArabic Pronunciation
اāअलीफأَلِف
بbबाبَاء
تtताتَاء
ثthसाثَاء
جjजीम़جِيم
حहाحَاء
خkhखाخَاء
دdदालدَال
ذdhजालذَال
رrराرَاء
زzजाزَاي
سsसीनسِين
شshशीनشِين
صसुआदصَاد
ضजुआदضَاد
طतोطَاء
ظजोظَاء
عʿऐनعَيْن
غghगैनغَيْن
فfफाفَاء
قqकाफقَاف
كkक़ापكَاف
لlलामلاَم
مmमीमمِيم
نnनूनنُون
هhहाهَاء
وwवावوَاو
يyयाيَاء

Gujarati Alphabet In Hindi

Gujarati is one of the 22 spoken languages in India. 46 million people speak Gujarati in India. The Gujarātī script was derived from the Devanāgarī script. Gujarātī is a syllabic alphabet in that consonants all have an inherent vowel. 

Vowels can be written as independent letters, or by using a variety of diacritical marks.These marks are written above, below, before or after the consonant they belong to. Consonants in Gujarati and Hindi are similar except few consonants. 

Here’s a list of the Gujarati alphabet:

Hindi ScriptGujarati ScriptRoman Script
અ                                                     अ                                                                                               a                                       
આ  aa
ઇ    i
  ઈ ee
ઉ   u
ઊ ऊ oo
એ e
ઐ ऐ  ai
ઓ o
औ au
અંअंaM
અઃ  अः  aH
Consonants
ક ka
  ख kha
ga
घ gha
ङ nga
ચ cha
  chha                                                                     
જ ज  ja
jha
ઞ ञ nya
Ta
Tha
ડ Da
ढ Dha
ण Na
त  ta
थ  tha
દ  da
dha
ન na
प pa
फ pha
ब ba
ભ भ  bha
મ म ma
ય  य  ya
र ra
ल la
વ व va
શ sha
Sha
સ Sa 
હ ha
La
ક્ષ  क्षkSha
જ્ઞ ज्ञ  Gya

Hindi vs Telugu Alphabets

Hindi alphabets contain 44 letters and Telugu Alphabets contain 60 letters. Both Hindi and Telugu are written from Left-To-Right, Horizontal. Hindi consists of 11 vowels and 33 consonants while Telugu consists of 19 vowels and 41 consonants. Hindi language is 4 levels and it takes 44 weeks while Telugu is 3 levels and it takes 44 weeks to be learnt.

Here is a list of the Hindi alphabet vs the Telugu alphabet:

Telugu AlphabetEnglish SoundPronunciation Example
kas in kill
cas in car
as in tomb
tas in task
pas in pool
yas in you
śas in sweet
khas in Scottish Loch
chas in charm
ṭhas in that
thas in think
phas in stop her
ras in rooster
as in sold
gas in game
jas in pleasure
as in door
das in day
bas in baby
las in life
sas in sweet
ghas in Ghana
jhas in Bridge hop
ḍhas in speed hump
dhas in speed hump
bhas in bulb holder
vas in vast
as in rainbow
as in noon
ñas in New York
as in nice
nas in night
mas in map
as in life
has in home
Vowels (when independent)With క (k)Sound
a
కిi
కుu
కృ
కెe
కైai
కోō
అంకం
కాā
కీī
కూū
కౄr̥̄
l̥̄
కేē
కొo
కౌau
అఃకః

  

Assamese Vs Hindi Alphabets

The Assamese script has 41 consonants and 11 vowels. It is similar to the Devnagari script. Most of the Assamese Alphabets written same as Bengali. The Assamese Alphabets are divided into two groups 1. স্বৰবৰ্ণ. (Swarborno) 2. Byonjonborno(ব্যঞ্জনবৰ্ণ). 

স্বৰবৰ্ণ (Swarborno) represents the 8 main vowel sounds of Assamese, along with a number of vowel diphthongs. Byanjanbarna ব্যঞ্জন বৰ্ণ Represents the consonant letters in the Assamese alphabet. 

Here is al list of the Assamese Vowels:

LetterName of letterVowel sign with [kɔ] (ক)Name of vowel signTransliteration
oক (none)(none)ko
অ or অʼóক (none) or কʼurdho-comma
aকাakarka
hroswo iকিhôrswôikarki
dirgho iকীdirghoikarki
hroswo uকুhroswoukarku
dirgho uকূdirghoukarku
riকৃrikarkri
eকেekarkê and ke
oiকৈôikarkoi
üকোükar
ouকৌoukarkou

Here’s a list of the Assamese consonants:

LetterName of LetterTransliteration
kok
khokh
gog
ghogh
uŋong
prothom sos
ditio sos
borgiya zoz
zhozh
nioy
murdhoinno tot
murdhoinno thoth
murdhoinno dod
murdhoinno dhodh
murdhoinnya non
dontia tot
dontia thoth
dontia dod
dontia dhodh
dontia non
pop
phoph and f
bob
bhobh and vh
mom
ontostho zoz
ror
lol
wow
taloibbo xox and s
murdhoinno xox and s
dontia xox and s
hoh
ক্ষkhyokhy, kkh
ড়dore ror
ঢ়dhore rorh
য়ontostho yôy

Hindi Kannada Alphabet

Kannada language is one of the 22 languages used in India. Kannada alphabet consist of 49 letters. There are 14 vowels and 35 consonants. The letters are classified into three categories: ಸ್ವರ svara (vowels), ವ್ಯಂಜನ vyañjana (consonants), and ಯೋಗವಾಹಕ yōgavāhaka (semi consonants).

Here is a list of the Kannada alphabet Vs Hindi alphabet:

KannadaDiacriticTransliterationHindi
ಅ nonenone
ಆ ಾ ā
ಇ ಿi  
ಈ ī
u
ū
ೃ 
ೆ e
ೇ ēएॅ
ai
o
auanusvara: ಅಂ (aṁ)visarga: ಅಃ (aḥ) अं

Here is a list of consonants:

KannadaHindi Transliteration
क k
ಖ kh
ಗ g
ಘ gh
ಙ n
ಚ ch
ಛ chh
j
ಝ jh
n
ಟ t
ಠ th
ಡ d
ಢ dh
ಣ n
ತ त t
ಥ th
ದ d
ಧ ध dh
ನ n
ಪ p
ph
ಬ b
ಭ bh
ಮ m
ಯ y
ರ r
ಱ ಲl
ವ v
ಶ sh
ಷ sh
ಸ s
ಹ h
ಳ l
ೞ ḻal

Hindi Malayalam Alphabets 

Malayalam language is one of the 22 spoken language in India. It consists of 15 vowels and 41 consonants. Malayalam consonants  are called `vyanjan (व्यंजन). 

Vowels and diphthongs are marked in two ways. The first one is an independent vowel, which is used at the beginning of a syllable. The second one is dependent vowel, which is used when the vowel follows a consonant.

Here is a list of the alphabet with the pronunciation:

LetterVowel signVowel with [p]Unicode nameIPANote
 (pa)Aashort ‘a’
പാ(pā)AAlong ‘a’
ിപി(pi)Iishort ‘i’
പീ(pī)IIlong ‘i’
പു(pu)Uushort ‘u’
പൂ(pu)UUlong ‘u’
പൃ(pr̥)VOCALIC R 
   VOCALIC L obsolete/rarely used
പെ(pe)Eeshort ‘e’
പേ(pē)Elong ‘e’
പൈ(pai)AIai 
പൊ(po)Ooshort ‘o’
പോ(pō)OOlong ‘o’
പൌ(pau)AUau 
MalayalamUnicode NameTransliterationIPA
KAkk
KHAkhkh
GAgg
GHAgh
NGAn̄ or ngŋ
CAc
CHAchtʃh
JAj
JHAjhdʒɦ
NYAñ or nyɲ
TTAṭ or ttʈ
TTHAṭh or tthʈh
DDAḍ or ddɖ
DDHAḍh or ddhɖɦ
NNAṇ or nnɳ
TAt
THAtht̪h
DAd
DHAdd̪ɦ
NAn
PApp
PHAphph
BAbb
BHAbh
MAmm
YAyj
RAr
LAll
VAvʋ
SHAś or shɕ
SSAṣ or ssʃ
SAss
HAhɦ
LLAḷ or llɭ
LLLAḻ or lllɹ
RRAṟ or rr

Persian Hindi Alphabet

Persian is a member of the Western Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family. Hindi alphabets contain 44 letters and Persian Alphabets contain 32 letters. The writing direction of both Hindi and Persian is Left-To-Right, Horizontal.

Persian is spoken by about 110 million people. Persian has six vowel sounds and two diphthongs: â (/ɒː/), a (/æ/), e (/e/), I (/iː/), o (/o/), u (/uː/), ey (/ej/) and ow (/ow/). ح (he) is also known as ی جیمی (ye-jimi), and ﻩ (he) is also known as ی دوچش (ye-docešma). 

Here is a list of some words in Persian and Hindi:

EnglishPersianHindi
Imanmain
thoututum
wemAham
thisinis
thatAnus
whokekaun
whatchekya
notnenahin
allhamesab
manybesyArianek
oneyelek
twododo
bigbozorgbade
longtulanilamba
smallkuchekchhota
womanzanmahila
man(adult male)mardaadamee
man(human being)ensAnaadamee
birdparandechidiya
dogsagkutta
lousebAshejoon
treedirakhtped
seedbazrbeej
leafbargpattee
rootsaqfjad
barkparandachhaal
skinposttvacha
meatgoshtmaans
bloodkhunrakt
boneustukhwAnhaddee
fat (n.)charbivasa
fireatishaag
eggtuhmanda
hornshAkhseeng
taildumpoonchh
featherparpankh
fishmAhimachhalee
hairmu (mo)kesh
headsarsir
eargoshkaan
eyechashmaankh
fingernailnakhunnakh
nosebininaak
mouthdahonmunh
toothdandAndaant
tonguezabAnjubaan
footpApair
kneezAnughutana
handdasthaath
bellyshikampet
neckgardannaichl
breastpistonstan
heartdigdil
liverjigarjigar
drinkbushidanpeena
eatkhwurdankhaana
bitegazidankaatana
seedidandekhana
hearshanidansunana
knowdAnestanjaanana
sleepkhAbidansona
diemardanmarana
killkashtanmaarana
swimsheno kardantairana
fly (v.)paridanudana
walkrAh raftanchalana
comeresidanaana
liedurogh goftanjhooth bolana
sitneshestanbaithiye
standistAdankhada
givedAdandena
saygoftankahana
sunkhorshidravi
moonmAhchaand
starsetAretaara
waterAbpaanee
rainbArAnbaarish
stonesangpatthar
sandrigret
earthzaminprthvee
cloudAbrbaadal
smokeduddhuaan
asheskhAkistarraakh
burnsozAndanjalaana
roadrAhsadak
mountainkohparvat
redsurkhlaal
greensabzhara
yellowzardpeela
whitesefidsaphed
blacksiyAhkaalee
nightshabraat
warmgarmgaram
coldsardsardee
fullpurpoorn
newnaunaya
goodkhubachchha
roundgirdgol
drykhushksookha
namenAmnaam

Hindi Alphabet in Sinhala

Sinhalese alphabets contain 54 letters and Hindi Alphabets contain 44 letters. Sinhala has 18 vowels and 36 consonants. The writing direction for both languages is Left-To-Right, Horizontal.

Here is a list of Sinhala Vowels:

vowelHindiSinhala IPAAmerican English IPA
/a/ʌ or ə
अः/aː/ɑ
/æ/æ
/i/ɪ
/iː/i
/u/ʊ
/uː/u
/ri/ɛɹ
/ru/
/li/
/liː/
/e/ɛ
/eː/
अः/ai/
/o/ɑ
/oː/
/au/

Here is a list of Sinhala consonants:

ConsonantIPATransliterationHindiPronunciation
/k/kc in picnic /pʰɪknɪk/.
/k/ (/kʰ/)kh (digraph)Modern: c in picnic /pʰɪknɪk/.Ancient: c in cat cat /kʰæt/.
/ɡ/gg in game /ɡeɪm/.
/ɡ/ (/ɡʰ/)gh (digraph)Modern: g in game /ɡeɪm/.Ancient: no English equivalent. g with a puff of air immediately afterwards.
/ŋ/ng (digraph)ng in sing /sɪŋ/.
/ᵑɡ/ngSimilar to, but not exactly the same as, ng in stronger /stɹɒŋɡə/ where the g has a “hard” sound.
/t͡ʃ/cch in itch /ɪt͡ʃ/.
/t͡ʃ/ (/t͡ʃʰ/)ch (digraph)Modern: ch in itch /ɪt͡ʃ/.Ancient: ch in chin /t͡ʃʰɪn/.
/d͡ʒ/jj in jug /d͡ʒʌɡ/.
/d͡ʒ/ (/d͡ʒʰ/)jh (digraph)Modern: j in jug /d͡ʒʌɡ/.Ancient: no English equivalent. j with a puff of air immediately afterwards.
/ɲ/gn (digraph)ñ in señor (Spanish) /seˈɲoɾ/.
/ᶮd͡ʒ/njSimilar to, but not exactly the same as, ng in orange /ˈɒɹɪnd͡ʒ/.
/ʈ/tSimilar to, but not exactly the same as, t in pat /pʰæt/.
/ʈ/ (/ʈʰ/)th (digraph)Modern: Similar to, but not exactly the same as, t in pat /pʰæt/.Ancient: Similar to, but not exactly the same as, t in tack /tʰæk/.
/ɖ/dSimilar to, but not exactly the same as, d in disc /dɪsk/.
/ɖ/ (/ɖʰ/)dh (digraph)Modern: Similar to, but not exactly the same as, d in disc /dɪsk/.Ancient: no English equivalent. Similar to d with a puff of air immediately afterwards.
/n/nn in net /nɛt/.
/ᶯɖ/ndSimilar to, but not exactly the same as, nd in and /ænd/.
/t̪/th (digraph)द No exact equivalent in English. Somewhat similar to th in teeth /tiːθ/.
/t̪/ (/t̪ʰ/)th (digraph)ढ  Modern: No exact equivalent in English. Somewhat similar to th in teeth /tiːθ/.Ancient: No exact equivalent in English. Somewhat similar to th in thin /θʰɪn/.
/d̪/dन No exact equivalent in English. Somewhat similar to th in this /ðɪs/.
/d̪/ (/d̪ʰ/)th (digraph)प Modern: No exact equivalent in English. Somewhat similar to th in this /ðɪs/.Ancient: No exact equivalent in English. Somewhat similar to th in this /ðɪs/ with a puff of air immediately afterwards.
/n/nn in net /nɛt/.
/ⁿd̪/nth (trigraph)No exact equivalent in English. Somewhat similar to n th in when this /wɛnðɪs/.
/p/pp in tap /tæp/.
/p/ (/pʰ/)ph (digraph)Modern: p in tap /tæp/.Ancient: Similar to p in pen /pʰɛn/.
/b/bb in big /bɪɡ/.
/b/ (/bʰ/)bh (digraph)Modern: b in big /bɪɡ/.Ancient: no English equivalent. b with a puff of air immediately afterwards.
/m/mm in mat /mæt/.
/ᵐb/mb (digraph)Similar to, but not exactly the same as, mb in amber /æmbə(ɹ)/.
/j/yy in yet /jɛt/.
/r/rSimilar to r in red /ɹɛd/.
/l/ll in list /lɪst/.
/v~ʋ~w/v, wv in vivid /ˈvɪvɪd/, w in water /ˈwɔːtə(ɹ)/.
/ʃ/sh (digraph)sh in ship /ʃɪp/.
/ʃ/ (/ʂ/)sh (digraph)Modern: sh in ship /ʃɪp/.Ancient: no English equivalent. Somewhat similar to sh in ship /ʃɪp/.
/s/sस s in set /sɛt/.
/h/hh in hat /hæt/.
/l/ll in list /lɪst/.
/f/ff in fin /fɪn/.

Some Useful Everyday Hindi Phrases:

Sentence in EnglishHindi Pronunciation
Hello/HiNamaste
How are you? (formal)Aap kaise hain?
How are you? (informal)Kya haal hai? /Kaise ho?/sab theek?
I’m fine. You?Main theek hoon. Tum?
What is your name? (formal)Aapka naam kya hai?
What is your name? (informal)Tumhara naam kya hai?
My name is PeterMera naam Peter hai.
Thank youDhanyavad
SorryMaaf kijiye
Excuse meSuniye
See you!Phir milenge
See you tomorrowKal milenge
Let’s go!Chalo
YesHaan
NoNahi
GoodAccha
GreatBahut accha
BadBura
OkayTheek hai
Where are the restrooms?Shauchalay kahan hai?
How much does this cost?Ye kitne ka hai?
How much?Kitna?
Hurry up!Jaldi karo
I’m hungryMujhe bhookh lagi hai
I’m thirstyMujhe pyaas lagi hai
I don’t like thisMujhe pasand nahi hai
I like thisMujhe pasand hai
Good byealvida
Good morningSuprabhaat
Good eveningShubh sundhyaa
welcomeaaiye and padhariye
Nice to meet you Ap se milkar kushi hui
What’s new?Kyaa chal rahaa hai?
Nothing muchZyaada kuch nahi
pleaseKripaya
Formal youAap
Informal youTum
Intimate youtu
MRSri Srimati.
Mrs.Srimati.
motherMataa
fatherPitaa
How much is this?Ye kitane ka hai.
I like thisMujhe pasand hai.
I don’t like this Mujhe pasand nahi hai.
Rightdayaf
To the rightdae
leftbaya
To the leftbae
middlemadhya
In the middlebic me, bico bic
straightsidha
taxitaiksi
triantren, relgari
subwaysabwe, bhumigat paidal par path
busbas
Bus stopbas stap
I’m feeling wellMujhe theek nhi lg rha.
Can you help me?Kya aap meri madad kar sakte hain?
Doctordaktar
policepolis
Do you speak English?Kya ap angrezi bolte/bolti (m/f) hai?
I don’t speak HindiMujhe hindi nahi ati hair
I can’t speak HindiMai Hindi nai bol sakta hu.
I don’t understandMai samjha/samhi nahi.
Talk more slowelyDhire dhire boliye.
What does it mean?[…]  ka artha/matlab kya hai?
How do you say it?[…] kaise kahate hai?
lawyervakeel
dentistdentist
cookrasolya
bankermahaajan
secretarysachiv
gardnerkaachhi
farmerkisaan
carpenterbadhi
architectvaastukaar
postmandaakiya
pilotviman chalak
teacheradhyaapak

The Most Famous Hindi Songs for Kids

  •  Lakdi Ki Kathi. Vanita Mishra, Gauri Bapat, Gurpreet Kaur. …
  •  Ichak Dana Beechak Dana. Shankar-Jaikishan, Lata Mangeshkar, …
  •  Tera Mujhse Hai Nata Koi (Duet) …
  •  Sa Re Ke Sa Re. …
  •  Dadi Amma Dadi Amma Maan Jao. …
  •  Nanha Munna Rahi Hoon. …
  •  Nani Teri Morni Ko. …
  • lakdi ki kaati.avi
  • Chanda Hai Tu – Sharmila Tagore & Rajesh Khanna – Classic Hindi Song – Aradhana
  • Aao Tumhen Chand Pe Le Jayen – Sunil Dutt – Asha Parekh – Zakhmee – Lata Mangeshkar 
  • CHANDA MAMA DOOR KE,PUYE PAKAYE BOOR KE”BY ASHA BHOSLE,L:PREM DHAWAN,M.D:RAVI-“VACHAN-1950+
  • Taare Zameen Par – Bum Bum Bole – Bollywood Greek Fans
  • Nanha Munna Rahi Hoon (Full Song) – Son Of India
  • Kali Re Kali Re Tu Toh Kali Hai – Superhit Children Hindi Song – Minoo
  •  lala lala lori doodh ki katori

Hindi Songs in Alphabetical Order

A

  • Aa Laut Ke Aja Mere Meet – Notes Corrected
  • Aaja Sanam Madhur Chandni Mein
  • Aane Wala Pal Jane Wala Hai
  • Aankh Marey O Ladki Aankh Mare
  • Aankhon Mein Teri Ajab Si Adaayein Hain
  • Aao Bachcho Tumhe Dikhaye Jhanki Hindustan Ki
  • Aapke Pyaar Mein Hum Savarne Lage
  • Aapki Nazro Ne Samjha Pyar Ke Kabil Mujhe
  • Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki
  • Aate Jate Khoobsurat Awara Sadkon Pe
  • Abhi Mujh Mein Kahin – Agneepath
  • Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram
  • Adha Hai Chandrama Raat Aadhi
  • Ae Dil Hai Mushkil – Title Track – Tu Safar Mera
  • Ae Watan Ae Watan Humko Teri Kasam
  • Agar Tum Mil Jao
  • Agar Tum Saath Ho – Pal Bhar Thahar Jaao
  • Aisa Des Hai Mera – Dharti Sunehri Ambar Neela
  • Aisi Lagi Lagan, Meera Ho Gayi Magan
  • Ajeeb Dastan Hai Yeh
  • Akele Hain To Kya Gum Hai

B

  • Baa Baa Black Sheep. Have You Any Wool?
  • Badan Pe Sitare Lapete Huye
  • Bade Achhe Lagte Hai – Updated
  • Badi Der Bhai Nandlala
  • Baharon Phool Barsao – Piano Notes
  • Bahut Pyar Karte Hai Tumko Sanam
  • Banwari Re Jeene Ka Sahara
  • Behti Hawa Sa Tha Woh
  • Bekhayali – Kabir Singh (2019)
  • Bhagwan Hai Kahan Re Tu
  • Birthday Song – Happy Birthday to You
  • Genda Phool – Badshah – Boro Loker Beti Lo
  • Hai Preet Jahan Ki Reet Sada – Bharat Ka Rehne Wala Hoon
  • Panghat – Bahut Kathin Hai Dagar Panghat Ki – Roohi (2021)

C

  • Casio Keyboards List
  • Chahun Main Ya Naa – Tu Hi Ye Mujhko Bata De
  • Chal Akela Chal Akela Tera Mela
  • Chalte Chalte Mere Yeh Geet
  • Chalte Chalte Yunhi Koi Mil Gaya Tha – Pakeezah
  • Chalte Chalte Yunhi Ruk Jata Hoon Main
  • Chalti Hai Kya 9 Se 12 – Keyboard Notes
  • Chand Mera Dil Chandni Ho Tum
  • Chand Si Mehbooba Ho Meri
  • Chand Sifarish Jo Karta Hamari
  • Chandi Jaisa Rang Hai Tera, Sone Jaise Baal
  • Chhoti Chhoti Gaiya Chhote Chhote Gwal
  • Chookar Mere Man Ko, Kiya Tune Kya Isharaa – (Notes Corrected)
  • Christmas Song – Jingle Bells
  • Chura Ke Dil Mera Goriya Chali
  • Chura Liya Hai Tumne Jo Dil Ko
  • Children Songs – Nursery Rhymes – Song List

D

  • Aisa Des Hai Mera – Dharti Sunehri Ambar Neela
  • Aye Watan Tere Liye – Dil Diya Hai Jaan Bhi Denge
  • De Di Hame Azadi – Sabarmati Ke Sant
  • Dekhte Dekhte – Sochta Hoon ke Woh Kitne Masoom
  • Dhoom Machale Dhoom Machale Dhoom
  • Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai
  • Dil Hai Chota Sa Choti Si Asha
  • Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin
  • Dil Ibadat Kar Raha Hai
  • Dil Ke Jharoke Mein Tujko Bithakar
  • Dil Kya Kare Jab Kisi Se
  • Dil To Bachcha Hai Ji – Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
  • Dil To Pagal Hai, Dil Deewana Hai
  • Do Dil Mil Rahe Hain, Magar Chupke Chupke
  • Do Lafzon Ki Hai Dil Ki Kahani
  • Doston Is Jamane Ko Kya Ho Gaya
  • Patriotic Songs – Deshbhakti Geet – Song List

E

  • Ehsaan Tera Hoga Mujh Par
  • Ek Ajnabi Haseena Se
  • Ek Din Bik Jayega Mati Ke Mol
  • Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha
  • Ek Ladki Bheegi Bhagi Si
  • Ek Pardesi Mera Dil Le Gaya
  • Ek Pyar ka Nagma Hai
  • Jeeta Tha Jiske Liye – Ek Aisi Ladki Thi
  • My Heart Will Go On

G

  • Galiyan Teri Galiyan
  • Gayatri Mantra – Om Bhur Bhuvah Swaha
  • Geet Gaata Chal O Saathi Gungunata Chal
  • Genda Phool – Badshah – Boro Loker Beti Lo
  • Gerua – Rang De Tu Mohe Geruaa
  • Ghar Se Nikalte Hi – Armaan Malik
  • Gulabi Aankhen Jo Teri Dekhi

H

  • Hai Apna Dil To Awara
  • Hai Preet Jahan Ki Reet Sada – Bharat Ka Rehne Wala Hoon
  • Hamari Adhuri Kahani
  • Hanuman Chalisa – Version 1
  • Hanuman Chalisa – Version 2
  • Hare Krishna Mantra – Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna
  • Hey Ram Hey Ram
  • Ho Gaya Hai Tujhko To Pyar Sajna – Na Jaane Mere
  • Hothon Se Choo Lo Tum
  • Hum Ko Man Ki Shakti Dena

I

  • Itni Shakti Hame Dena Data

J

  • Jaane Jaan Dhoondta Phir Raha
  • Jaane Kahan Gaye Woh Din
  • Jab Koi Baat Bigad Jaye – Updated
  • Jab Se Mera Dil Tera Hua
  • Jag Ghoomeya Thare Jaisa Na Koi
  • Jag Mein Sundar Hain Do Naam
  • Jagat Ke Rang Kya Dekhu – Krishna Bhajan
  • Jahan Daal Daal Par Sone Ki Chidiya
  • Jai Ganesh Deva – Ganesh Aarti
  • Jai Ho – Aaja Aaja Jind Shamiyane Ke Tale
  • Jaise Suraj Ki Garmi Se Jalte Hue Tan Ko
  • Jana Gana Mana – National Anthem
  • Janam Janam Janam Saath Chalna
  • ज़रा सामने तो आओ छलिये – Harmonium Notes
  • Jeena Jeena – Dehleez Pe Mere Dil Ki
  • Jeena Yahan Marna Yahan, Iske Siva Jaana Kahan
  • Jeeta Tha Jiske Liye – Ek Aisi Ladki Thi
  • Jhilmil Sitaron Ka Aangan Hoga
  • Jingle Bell Rock – Keyboard Notes
  • Jyot Se Jyot Jagate Chalo
  • Namo Namo Shankara – Jai Ho Jai Ho Shankara – Kedarnath

K

  • Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein Khayal Aata Hai
  • Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham – Meri Saason Mein Tu Hai Samaya
  • Kabhi Ram Banke, Kabhi Shyam Banke
  • Kahin Door Jab Din Dhal Jaye
  • Kal Ho Naa Ho – Har Ghadi Badal Rahi Hai
  • Kar Chale Hum Fida Jan-o Tan Sathiyon
  • Kar Har Maidan Fateh
  • Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya – M. Rafi
  • Keyboard Notes for Old Hindi Songs
  • Kishore Kumar
  • Kisiki Muskurahato Pe Ho Nisar
  • Kuch Kuch Hota Hai – Tum Paas Aaye
  • Kya Hua Tera Wada, Wo Kasam, Wo Irada

L

  • Lag Ja Gale Ke Phir Ye, Haseen Raat Ho Na Ho
  • Likhe Jo Khat Tujhe

M

  • Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham – Meri Saason Mein Tu Hai Samaya
  • Madhuban Khushboo Deta Hai
  • Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra – Om Tryambakam Yajamahe
  • Maili Chadar Odh Ke Kaise – Keyboard Notes
  • Main Agar Kahoon – Tumko Paya Hai To
  • Main Shayar To Nahin
  • Man Dole Mera Tan Dole
  • Man Lagyo Mero Yaar Fakiri Mein – Keyboard Notes
  • Mangal Bhavan Amangal Hari – Ramayan Chaupai
  • Mary Had A Little Lamb – Song for Children
  • Mehndi Laga Ke Rakhna
  • Mera Aapki Kripa Se Sab Kaam Ho Raha Hai
  • Mera Bhola Hai Bhandari, Kare Nandi Ki Sawari
  • Mera Dil Bhi Kitna Pagal Hai
  • Mera Dil Ye Pukare Aaja
  • Mera Naam Raju Gharana Anaam – Keyboard Notes
  • Mera Rang De Basanti Chola – Shaheed
  • Mere Desh Ki Dharti Sona Ugle
  • Mere Haath Mein Tera Haath Ho
  • Mere Mehboob Qayamat Hogi
  • Mere Rang Me Rangne Wali
  • Mere Rashke Qamar
  • Mere Samne Wali Khidki Mein
  • Mere Sapno Ki Rani Kab Aayegi Tu
  • Meri Mehbooba – Kisi Roz Tumse Mulakaat Hogi
  • Mile Ho Tum Humko, Bade Naseebon Se
  • Yeh moh moh ke dhaage
  • Musafir Hoon Yaron
  • Muskurane Ki Wajah Tum Ho
  • Phir Bhi Tumko Chaahunga – Main Phir Bhi

N

  • Ho Gaya Hai Tujhko To Pyar Sajna – Na Jaane Mere
  • Nagin Dhun – Piano Notes
  • Namo Namo Shankara – Jai Ho Jai Ho Shankara – Kedarnath
  • Nand Ke Anand Bhayo – Janmashtami Bhajan
  • Nanha Munna Rahi Hoon, Desh ka Sipaahi Hoon
  • Navkar Mantra – Namokar Mantra
  • Neele Neele Ambar Par
  • Children Songs – Nursery Rhymes – Song List

O

  • ओ दुनियाँ के रख वाले – Harmonium Notes
  • O Mere Dil Ke Chain
  • O O Jaane Jaana
  • O Palan Hare Nirgun Aur Nyare
  • O Sathi Re Tere Bina Bhi Kya Jeena
  • Old MacDonald Had A Farm
  • Om Gan Ganpataye Namo Namah – Ganesh Mantra
  • Om Jai Jagdish Hare
  • Om Namah Shivay – Har 

P

  • Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas
  • Panchi Banu Udti Phiru – Keyboard Notes
  • Panghat – Bahut Kathin Hai Dagar Panghat Ki – Roohi (2021)
  • Pardesi Pardesi Jana Nahi
  • Pehla Nasha Pehla Khumar
  • Phir Bhi Tumko Chaahunga – Main Phir Bhi
  • Phoolon Ke Rang Se, Dil Ki Kalam Se
  • Prem Ratan Dhan Payo
  • Pukarta Chala Hoon Main
  • Pyaar Hua Ikraar Hua Hai – Keyboard Notes
  • Pyar Diwana Hota Hai
  • Patriotic Songs – Deshbhakti Geet – Song List

R

  • Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram
  • Rahi Manva Dukh Ki Chinta
  • Rang Barse Bheege Chunar Wali
  • Rim Jhim Gire Sawan
  • Roja Janeman Tu Hi Mera Dil
  • Row, Row, Row Your Boat – Song for Children
  • Ruk Ja O Dil Deewane

S

  • De Di Hame Azadi – Sabarmati Ke Sant
  • Dekhte Dekhte – Sochta Hoon ke Woh Kitne Masoom
  • Sach Keh Raha Hai Deewana Dil
  • Sach Mere Yaar Hai
  • Sairat Zaala Ji
  • Sajan Re Jhoot Mat Bolo
  • Sanam Re, Sanam Re
  • Sandese Aate Hai – Border
  • Sare Jahan Se Achha Hindustan Hamara
  • Shape of You – Ed Sheeran
  • Shiv Aarti – Om Jai Shiv Omkara
  • Shiv Shankar Ko Jisne Puja
  • Shri Banke Bihari Teri Aarti Gaun
  • Shri Ramchandra Kripalu Bhajman
  • Shyam Teri Bansi Pukare Radha Naam
  • Slow Motion – Bharat
  • Soch Na Sake – Tere Liye Duniya Chod Di Hai
  • Sooraj Dooba Hai Yaaron
  • Sukhkarta Dukhharta – Jai Dev Jai Mangal Murti
  • Sunn Raha Hai Na Tu – Apne Karam Ki
  • Swag Se Swagat – Swag Se Karenge Sabka Swagat

T

  • Ae Dil Hai Mushkil – Title Track – Tu Safar Mera
  • Allah Ke Bande – Toota Toota ek Parinda
  • Chahun Main Ya Naa – Tu Hi Ye Mujhko Bata De
  • Kuch Kuch Hota Hai – Tum Paas Aaye
  • Main Agar Kahoon – Tumko Paya Hai To
  • Shiv Tandav Stotram
  • Tere Jaisa Yaar Kahaa
  • Tere Man Mein Ram, Tan Mein Ram
  • Tere Naam Humne Kiya Hai – Tere Naam
  • Teri Duniya Se Door Chale Hoke Majboor
  • Teri Mitti Mein Mil Jawaan
  • Tora Man Darpan Kehlaye
  • Tu Pyar Ka Sagar Hai
  • Tujh mein Rab Dikhta Hai – Tu Hi To Jannat Meri
  • Tujhe Dekha To Ye Jana Sanam – Notes Corrected
  • Tujhse Naraz Nahi Zindagi
  • Tum Hi Ho – Hum Tere Bin Ab Reh Nahi Sakte
  • Tumko Dekha to Yeh Khayal Aaya
  • Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

W

  • We Wish You A Merry Christmas
  • Woh Pehli Baar Jab Hum Mile
  • Woh Sham Kuchh Ajeeb Thi

Y

  • Yeh moh moh ke dhaage
  • Yamaha Keyboards – List
  • Yashomati Maiya Se Bole Nandlala
  • Ye Sama, Sama Hai Ye Pyaar Ka
  • Ye Sham Mastani Madhosh Kiye Jaye
  • Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai
  • Yeh Kahan Aa Gaye Hum
  • You Are My Sunshine, My Only Sunshine

Z

  • Zindagi Pyaar Ka Geet Hai, Isse Har Dil Ko Gaana Padega

Hindi Alphabet Conclusion

Hindi is the mother tongue of India. The Hindi alphabet is called Hindi Varnamala. Hindi letters are pronounced the same exact way they are written. Hindi is also classified as consonants and vowels. The standard Hindi alphabet has 11 vowels and 35 consonants. 

What is Hindi Day?

Hindi Day commemorates the adoption of Hindi as an official language by the Indian Constituent Assembly in 1965. It was actually on 14th September 2949 that a comprise was reached while drafting the Constitution of India on what languages would have an official status in India. The Hindi supporters wanted Hindi to be the main or national language of India – but from the South of the country – English was preferred.

The comprise was that Hindi would be the official language of the countries federal government and English would be an associate language for 15 years – while Hind’s formal lexicon would be developed. Hence 1965 was 15 years after this initial agreement, it was then that the Government of India announced that English would continue to be the de facto formal language of India. Now every year on the 14th September Hindi Diwas or National Hindi Day is celebrated around the world.

Would you like to know more about global Alphabets? Check out these amazing articles to understand the basics of each language:

English Alphabet

Latin Alphabet

Arabic Alphabet

Chinese Alphabet

Greek Alphabet

Great Videos on the Hindi Alphabet

We have selected some of the best videos we could find on the Hindi language – with tips and guides on how to write, speak and these will no doubt help you learn this incredible language.

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