Hello! Do you want to learn Hindi but don't know where to start? Then I've got the perfect resource list for you whose link you can find below! Here is what the resource list contains;
>> "Handmade" resources on certain grammar concepts for easy understanding.
>> Resources on learning the Devnagari script.
>> Websites to practice reading the Devnagari script.
>> Documents to enhance your Hindi vocabulary.
>> Notes on Colloquial Hindi.
>> Music playlists
>> List of podcasts/audiobooks
And a compiled + organized list of websites you can use to get hold of Hindi grammar!
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