Samta Aunty reviews several South Asian Books for Kids about Hindi, Hindu stories, and culture.
Learn how to write a Hindi letter to Santa and enjoy a sweet Hindi Christmas story with lots of vocab words.
Welcome! Today we are going to learn all about blue whales and Hindi! That means while we learn about blue whales, we are also going to build our Hindi vocabulary! So we’ll learn about science, this majestic animal, ALL while learning Hindi at the same time! Inside: Facts about Neeli Vhel’s Hindi Vocabulary Hindi PronunciationContinue reading “Blue Whales and Hindi”
Owl in Hindi is ulloo. In this article we are going to have a Hindi animal lesson: ulloo. We will learn about owls and simultaneously learn some new Hindi words. The Hindi words are in parentheses and you’ll find all of the new Hindi vocabulary at the end of article for you to review. ToContinue reading “Hindi Animal Spotlight: Ulloo”
Thank you for attending Ramayan Story Time with Samta Aunty. Download our Ramayan Trivia workbook to see how much of the story you remember! Wanna Learn More Culture & Language? Register For A Class Learn About Our Classes From Our Learn Hindi Blog
Updated May 19, 2021. This article is based on my experience of sending an oxygen concentrator to India from the United States. I decided to write this article on how to send an oxygen concentrator to India from the United States because a lot of people have the same questions…and I want to help. UnfortunatelyContinue reading “How To Send an Oxygen Concentrator to India From the United States”
As part of my Hindi classes designed for children who are growing up with English as their first language, I teach Indian culture as well. Recently, I have been teaching my students the differences among namaste, namaskar and pranam. In this article I share a few heartwarming stories to demonstrate the power of pranam andContinue reading “The Power of Pranam”
Last month I prepared lessons about love for Valentine’s Day. I shared Indian folk stories about love between siblings and caring for one’s community. And I taught my students how to say, “I love you” Mama, Papa, Bhaiya, Didi, Dadi etc. in Hindi which quickly became “I pyaar you”. Most of my students are beginners.Continue reading “I Pyaar You”
The Hindi Pronoun “You” is a simple and easy to understand explanation of the different forms of, “you” in Hindi and how they’re used.
Is it hard to learn Hindi shares 3 things that can make Hindi a difficult language to learn and practical ways to overcome them.