Hindi is an important language of the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family. It is spoken widely in India and by the Indian diaspora in other parts of the world.
Nearly 460 million people in India consider Hindi their native language. Furthermore, literature, films, television, and radio use Hindi widely.
The dialect of Hindi spoken in north India is Standard Hindi or Khari Boli. In addition, conversational Hindi is so helpful in everyday conversations and films.
Devanagari script is used to write the Hindi language derived from the Brahmi script and has been used since the 4th century.
The earliest known inscriptions in Hindi are from the Sunga era of India, which makes it one of the oldest languages in the country.
Hindu rituals, Indian music, and dance use many Sanskrit words, but modern Hindi pronunciation differs from Sanskrit words.
The former President of India, Pranab Mukherjee, made the Central Hindi Institute a project to spread the Hindi language.
Many Bollywood films produced in India are partially or entirely made in Hindi. Moreover, almost all movies contain some Hindi and English dialogue.
Many languages like Sanskrit, Persian, Arabic, and English have influenced the basic syntax of Hindi.
Long and short vowels, voiced and voiceless consonants, and a set of 33 consonants make up the phonology of the Hindi language.
Hindus in south India use Hindi as a lingua franca to communicate in business, politics, and the media.