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Table of Contents
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  Elementary The Hindi Syllabary
This section is designed for begining students who wish to learn reading, writing and speaking in Hindi through the medium of Devanagari script.
bulletLesson 1 Vowels The Full Form
bulletLesson 2 Vowels The Symbols
bulletSpeaking_l2 Flash Demo of Vowels
bulletLesson 3 Introduction to Consonants
bulletSpeaking_l4 Flash Demo of Consonants
bulletLesson 4 Test of Hindi Syllabary
bulletLesson 5 Assembling Words and Sentences

Elementary The Hindi Comprehension
This section is designed for begining students who wish to learn reading, writing and speaking in Hindi through the medium of Devanagari script.

bulletLesson 6 - Learning "Jai Jagdish Hare" Popular Hindu Aarti sung by Lata Mangeshkar
bulletLesson 7 Read and Sing in Hindi (insaaf kee dagar pe bacho dikhaao chal ke)
bulletLesson 8 Comprehending Hindi (A dialogue sequence video from film "Rangeela")
bulletLesson 9 Comprehending Hindi (A religious bhajan from BharatVani Aarti Sangraha)
bulletSpeaking 14 Talking About Numbers, Money and Calendar
. Utility: A Hindi Calculator for You
bulletWriting One Why you should learn Devanagari script
bulletWriting Two The Ten Basic Strokes
bulletWriting Three Similarity in Shapes
bulletWriting Four - Assembling Words and Sentences

Students age 13 and above may continue to Advanced Hindi Comprehension or other sections depending on their learning objective.

Speaking - The Crash Course
This section has been designed to produce maximum learning for students age 13 and above who wish to comprehend and speak Hindi. The first 11 lesson make minimal use of Devanagari script.
bulletSpeaking One Guide to Pronunciation
bulletSpeaking Two Flash Demo of Vowel
bulletSpeaking Three Guide to Hindi Consonants
bulletSpeaking Four Flash Demo of Consonants
bulletSpeaking Five More on Pronunciation
bulletSpeaking Six The Syntax
. Example 1: Affirmative Singular, Plural and Negative Sentences
. Example 2: Interrogative sentences
. Example 3: Interrogative Singular, Plural and Negative Sentences
bulletSpeaking Seven Nouns, Pronouns, Genders
. Example 4: Gender, Singular, Plural and Negative Sentences.
bulletSpeaking Eight Cases and Case Signs
. Example 5: Examples of Case Signs
bulletSpeaking Nine Proposition vs Postposition
bulletSpeaking Ten Common Verb
bulletSpeaking Eleven Present, Past and Future Tense
bulletSpeaking Twelve - Speaking with an Indian Girl (Use of Tenses in Everday Conversation)
bulletSpeaking 13 Adjectives and Adverbs
bulletSpeaking 14 Talking About Numbers, Money and Calendar
. Utility: A Hindi Calculator for You
. Example 6: Talking About Indian Calendar
. Example 7: Comprehending Hindi through Hindi song ra.ng barase song from film 'Silsila'
bulletSpeaking 15 Conversational Etiquette
bulletSpeaking Sixteen Conversational Etiquette in an Indian Family, Terms of Relationship A video sequence from film "Taal"
bulletSpeaking Seventeen Everyday Conversation A video dialogue sequence
bulletSpeaking Eighteen Conflict and Resolution A video sequence
Comprehending Hindi through Hindi Songs and Dialogue sequences
This section is designed for all students to understand Hindi songs and dialogues. Depending on your learning objective you may read Devanagari or Roman script text.
bulletLesson 10 Comprehending Hindi (A Shockwave/Flash song Dil-To Paagal Hai)
bulletLesson 11 Comprehending Hindi (A Shockwave/Flash song Koee Lardkee Hai. )
bulletLesson 12 Comprehending Hindi (A song "Aanewala kal Ik Sapna Hai" in Devanagari and Roman scripts)
bulletLesson 13 Comprehending Hindi (A song from film "Kareeb" in Devanagari and Roman scripts)
bulletLesson 14 Comprehending Hindi (Another song from film "Kareeb" in Devanagari and Roman scripts)
bulletLesson 15 Comprehending Hindi (Popular "Didi Tera Devar Deevana" in Devanagari script)
bulletLesson 16 Comprehending Hindi (A song from film Khamoshi in Devanagari and Roman scripts)
bulletLesson 17 Comprehending Hindi (A song from film Machis in Devanagari and Roman scripts)
bulletLesson 18 Comprehending Hindi (A song from film Mai.nne Pyaar Kiyaa in Devanagari and Roman scripts)
bulletLesson 19 Comprehending Hindi (A Bhajan "Vaishnav Jan" in Devanagari and Roman scripts with translation in English)
bulletLesson 20 Comprehending Hindi (A popular religious Aartti: "Jai Jagdeesh" sung by Lata Mangeshkar in Devanagari and Roman scripts)
bulletLesson 21 Comprehending Hindi (Excerpts from Dr. Harivansh Rai Bachchan's most popular poetry "Madhushala" sung by Mana Dey in Devanagari and Roman scripts)
Writing and Reading Devanagari Script
This section has been designed for students age 13 and above with commitment to learn reading and writing Hindi through Devanagari script
bulletWriting One Why you should learn Devanagari script
bulletWriting Two The Ten Basic Strokes
bulletWriting Three Similarity in Shapes
bulletWriting Four - Assembling letters
bulletWriting Five The Typing Tutorial
bulletWriting Six BharatVani Keyboard Map
bulletWriting Seven How to Type in Hindi
bulletWriting Eight Typing Practice Utility
bulletWriting Nine Using Templates in MS Word, ASCII Codes for Special Characters
bulletWriting Ten Conjuncts and Half Consonants
bulletWriting Eleven BharatVani Transliteration System
bulletWriting Twelve Devanagari to Roman Transliteration Map
bulletWriting Thirteen Converting Roman Hindi to Devanagari Hindi
bulletWriting Fourteen How to Use IWrite32 Conversion Utility with BharatVani Fonts.
Indian History and Culture
This section has been designed for non-Indians to give them some basic idea of India' cultural heritage.
bulletNational Insignia Contains Devanagari and Roman transcript of National Anthem (jana gana) and National song (va.ndde maattaram) and lot more.
bulletRoots of Indian Civilization
bulletAryans and Vedic Age
bulletRise of Religions and Emergence of State
bulletThe Muslim and British Invasions
bulletThe Strugle for Independence
. Gandhi - One of the most remarkable leaders of the millenium
bulletThe New State India Today
bulletIndian Languages
bulletReligions Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Budhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Zorostrainism
bulletFestigals of India Holi, Baisakhi, Eid, Car Festival of Puri, Raksha Bandhan, Onam, Janamashtami, Moharram, Dussehra, Deepavali, Gurpurabs, Christmas.
. Rang Barse: A Hindi film song in the spirit of Holi festival.
bulletThe Arts The Scultures of Indus Valley, Budhist Sculptures, Hindu Arts, Ajanta and Ellora, Elephanta Caves, Paintins, Murals, Miniatures, Folk Paintings, Contemporary Art
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The Indian Film Industry
. Meet a Film Star Amitabh Bachan

 

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