Get the right language on your travels in India especially and in neighbouring Nepal and Pakistan. These areas have a lot of spoken languages so the 'official' language may not be the best one to learn for every area. Many Indic languages use unique alphabets, but uTalk will help you out with its alphabet section and transliteration for every word and phrase.Learn Hindi with uTalk
There's a Hindi idiom, 'thali ka baingan', which translates as 'aubergine on a plate' and means that loyalties shift depending on circumstances - the eggplant will roll in the direction the plate tips.
English borrows the words bungalow, pyjama and jungle from Hindi.
The single word jugaad means coming up with a canny and cost-efficient solution through innovation and creative thinking.
The word कल (kal) can mean either 'yesterday' or 'tomorrow', depending on the context.
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