Hindu Mommy

June 27, 2006

If some common English words got translated into Hindi…..

Filed under: Funny,India — hindumommy @ 11:10 pm

 Thank God we can still use English and not forced to speak only in Hindi :)…..

CRICKET : Gol guttam lakad battam de danadan pratiyogita

CRICKET TEST MATCH : Pakad dandu, maar mandu, de danaadan pratiyogita

TABLE TENNIS : Lakdi ke phalak shetra pe le takaatak de takaatak

LAWN TENNIS : Harit Ghaas par le tada tad, de tada tad

LIGHT BULB : Vidyut Prakashak Kanch golak

TIE : Kanth Langot

MATCH BOX : Ragdampatti Agni Utpaadan Peti

TRAFFIC SIGNAL : Aavat Jaavat Suchak Jhandaa 

TEA : Dugdh Jal Mishrit Sharkara Yukt Parvatiya(pahaadi)  Booti

TRAIN : Sahasra Chakra Louh Path Gaamini

ALL ROUTE PASS : Yatr Tatr Sarvatr Gaman Aagya Patr

RAILWAY SIGNAL : Loh Path Gamini Suchak Yantra 

RAILWAY SIGNAL : Agni Rath Aava Gaman Soochak Pattika

RAILWAY SIGNAL : Louh path gaamini aawagaman suchak yantra

RAILWAY STATION : Bhabhka Adda

BUTTON : Ast Vyast Vastra Niyantrak

MOSQUITO : Gunjanhaari Manav Rakt Pipasu Jeev

CIGARETTE : Shweta patra mandit dhumra shalakha

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1 Comment »

  1. did you ever read Hindi language,
    cause if you have done that you would not be writing these nonsense words in Hindi.
    as an example “train” is called “railgadi” in Hindi language,
    there are four forms of words that used in Hindi language,
    “tatsam” truely “sanskrit” words
    “tadbhav” transformed words from “sanskrit”
    “desaj” words that are developed time by time in the country. ex. “lathi” “lota” etc…
    “videshi” words that are taken from other languages, like “rail” “collector” etc.

    if one language don’t have any specific word in it, then it takes the word as it is from the other language.
    example: jungle, loot, avatar these are Hindi language words but are used in English as it is.

    so dear, first boost up your knowledge,
    and show some respect for every language, cause every language has a past much longer than the days in your life…

    Comment by Amit Dhariwal (@amitkrdhariwal) — August 26, 2014 @ 4:47 pm | Reply


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