Welcome to the Hindi Language World with ECOHAB

Hindi language is the language of the vast masses, breaking the barriers of boundaries, today it is making its mark at the global level. Although, every language has the specialty that it is a medium to express one’s thoughts and feelings clearly and effectively, but certain features of Hindi language make it different and special from other languages.


Come, let us know about some such features and facts of Hindi language-
Hindi originated from the mother of languages, Devbhasha Sanskrit, which is still considered the most suitable language for use in the technical field (computer-based technology, artificial intelligence, etc.).

The grammar of Hindi language is inspired from Sanskrit itself. Naturally, its grammatical rules are often exception-free; So are clear and easy. Hindi language is said to be the elder daughter of Sanskrit.

The Hindi alphabet is the most systematic alphabet in the world. In this, vowels and consonants are arranged separately. Apart from this, all the alphabets have been placed on the basis of their pronunciation characteristics.


The Hindi language script (Devanagari) is the most “scientific” script in the world. In this, a fixed script mark is used for each sound and a script symbol represents a single sound.


The Hindi alphabet is a phonetic alphabet, with script marks for each sound. In this way, it is such a powerful language that whatever we can speak, we can also write it in Hindi.


The dictionary of Hindi is very vast where hundreds of words exist to express every single thing, action, feeling etc. The number of words in the Hindi dictionary is more than 2.5 million and it is increasing continuously.


The specialty of Hindi language is that it never hesitated to adopt words from other languages. Whenever and wherever necessary, new words were included in the Hindi language and became Hindi’s own and the prosperity of Hindi increased. As a poet once said:

“I hug my mother and my aunt.
I send Ghazal in Hindi smiles.”

What is written in Hindi language is also read (in the same form). It does not contain silent letters. So there is clarity in its writing and pronunciation.

There is also a feature of Hindi language that gender is determined for non-living things (nouns) in it. Hindi is a practical language. In this, as in English, the same word is not used for many-to-many relationships. There are different words for each relation.


Hindi is the official language of India. Hindi is today revered as the second most spoken language in the world. According to a BBC news, at present there are 54.5 crore (545,000,000) Hindi speakers in the world. People from non-Hindi speaking countries are also learning Hindi.
Hindi is a language spoken and understood all over India and in many countries of the world such as America, Canada, Mauritius, Suriname, Fiji, Guyana, Malaysia, Trinidad and Tobago, Nepal etc. Hindi is also so rich from the point of view of usage that it has five dialects and at least sixteen dialects are prevalent, out of which there is also abundant literature available in many dialects and dialects.

Hindi is a very simple and flexible language, which does not have much difficulty in learning.
At present, Hindi is being taught in about 150 universities of the world, which is an indicator of the increasing use and influence of Hindi. Hindi is undoubtedly one of the fastest growing languages ​​in the world. The largest search engine Google has also included Hindi as a medium in all its services. The use of Hindi on computers and on the Internet is also increasing very fast. Today material on almost every subject can be obtained in Hindi.

The number of people using Hindi in social media is increasing day by day. Adequate resources and users of Hindi are available in Facebook, Twitter etc. At a time when India is on the path of rapid development and the eyes of the whole world are towards India, along with the development of India, the importance of Hindi in the world is also certain to increase.


A country which does not experience the pride of its language and literature can never prosper. – ‘Dr Rajendra Prasad’

Let us take a pledge to make Hindi the language of good knowledge along with making the country a world guru again.

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