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Mango Languages’ Hindi course on desktop and mobile.

Learn Hindi with confidence

With Mango Languages’ Hindi language course, learn Hindi at home and on the go with our desktop, Android, and iOS apps. Wherever your adventure takes you, whether to the rice paddy fields of Hampi, or on a safari through Kanha National Park, you won’t get lost with our Hindi language course.

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Speak Hindi like a local

Our linguists crafted our comprehensive Hindi language course alongside native-speaker instructors to ensure that every conversation is culturally relevant and grammatically correct. With each bite-sized lesson, you’ll increase your language proficiency and cultural understanding and will be able to create your own phrases using the new language structures that you learn.

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Learn Hindi language and culture with Mango Languages’ easy-to-digest units, which introduce you to Hindi vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture. Our interactive words and phrases, local insights, and memory-building exercises help you understand, apply, and practice what you learn.

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Say hello in Hindi

Prepare for business trips, family vacations, or study abroad with practical, conversation-based lessons for just about any situation. Charm potential clients by practicing simple greetings and small talk, or learn how to handle Indian currency for your shopping spree in New Delhi. Whether you’re wondering how to ask for directions to the Taj Mahal, or hoping to order some tandoori chicken in Hindi at your favorite Indian restaurant back home, our Hindi course will help you achieve your language goals.

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Learn Telugu, Malayalam, Urdu, and Tamil, too!

Did you know that India recognizes 22 different languages? The Hindi language has drawn (and continues to draw) material from various languages, including the Sanskrit language. Although the dialects and accents vary across the country, understanding and speaking the standard form of Hindi will allow you to communicate easily with a very large portion of India's population. For a deeper dive into India’s diverse languages and cultures, explore our Telugu, Malayalam, Urdu, and Tamil language courses.

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Experience Hindi culture at home and abroad

Learn more about India’s rich cultural heritage, from its history to the arts. Discover how many English words are used in speaking Hindi, and practice peppering your Hindi with popular English words. Avoid common misunderstandings by studying the cultural insights built into each of our lessons. Prepare to immerse yourself in Hindi culture whether viewing the ancient palace and temple ruins in Hampi or singing along to the latest Bollywood film with your friends.

Explore free Hindi resources

Download our Hindi course outline and check out our other free resources for learning Hindi. Follow @MangoLanguages on your social channels for more tips and tricks on learning a new language.

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Mango’s Hindi course outline

Each chapter in our Hindi course aligns your learning to a set of conversational and grammar goals.

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Hindi lessons on YouTube

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The Times of India

Read Hindi news articles to stay current and to improve your vocabulary and reading skills. Or peruse the English version of the website to gain local insight into Hindi news and culture.

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