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If you’ve been following our blog and read our articles on beginner and intermediate Hindi phrases, it’s time to level up. Welcome to our latest installment in the series: advanced Hindi phrases.

Learning the Hindi language is no piece of cake. But with a well-planned strategy, anyone can gain command of Hindi. So, if you’ve successfully come this far, pat yourself on the back and get ready for some more challenging Hindi concepts!

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  1. Why Study Advanced Phrases in Hindi?
  2. Useful Phrases for Academic Writing
  3. Power Phrases for Your Resume
  4. Smart Phrases for the Corporate World
  5. Advanced Idioms, Sayings, and Proverbs for Everyday Usage
  6. Sound Like an Expert with HindiPod101.com

1. Why Study Advanced Phrases in Hindi?

In today’s article, we’ll look at some of the most practical advanced Hindi phrases for use in different situations and areas of life. Whether you’re pursuing an academic course, working as a professional, or wanting to flatter your local friends with some marvelous Hindi phrases, this lesson has something for everyone.

Imagine speaking to your Indian colleagues and friends using complex Hindi phrases. How surprised would they be! In fact, everyone in your circle would be in awe. Also, consider that knowing a handful of advanced expressions may even be necessary for some professions—such as gym trainer, doctor, and professor—where one has to deal with a lot of local folks.

If you’re preparing to face an interview or write an exam in Hindi, banking on these useful advanced Hindi phrases is the sureshot way to leave a lasting impression while simultaneously increasing your chances of getting a job.

Let’s get started!

2. Useful Phrases for Academic Writing

Mastering academic writing in Hindi can be tricky. However, knowing this specific set of advanced Hindi vocabulary will come in handy when writing a thesis, taking a written exam, or applying for a job that requires you to possess serious knowledge of the Hindi language. While making progress is important, take your time to understand each phrase and try not to rush the process. Always remember: Slow and steady wins the race. 

1 – उदाहरण स्वरूप
(udaaharan Svaruup)

“For example”

  • उदाहरणस्व रूप लाल और पीला मिलाने से नारंगी रंग बनता है।
    (udaaharan Svaruup LaaL aur piiLaa miLaaNe Se Naarangii rang baNaTaa hai.)
  • “For example, we get the color orange by mixing red and yellow.”

2 – उदाहरण के तौर पर
(udaaharan ke Taur par)

“For instance”

  • उदाहरण के तौर पर, मेरी दादी हिंदी बोलती हैं, लेकिन मेरी माँ तमिल में बात करती हैं। 
    (udaaharan ke Taur par, merii DaaDii hiNDii boLaTii hain, LekiN merii maan TamiL men baaT karaTii hain.)
  • “For instance, my grandmother talks in Hindi, but my mother speaks Tamil.”

3 – मुख्यतः
(mukhyaTah)

“Mainly” / “Chiefly”

  • मुख्यतः इस लकड़ी का उपयोग ईंधन के रूप में किया जाता है।
    (mukhyaTah iS Lakadii kaa upayog iinDHaN ke ruup men kiyaa jaaTaa hai.)
  • “This wood is mainly used as fuel.”

4 – शोध के अनुसार
(soDH ke aNuSaar)

“According to the research”

  • शोध के अनुसार, दस में से तीन लोगों को इस परेशानी का सामना करना पड़ता है। 
    (soDH ke aNuSaar, DaS men Se TiiN Logon ko iS paresaaNii kaa SaamaNaa karaNaa padaTaa hai.)
  • “According to the research, three out of ten people face this problem.”

5 – सामान्यतः
(SaamaaNyaTah)

“Normally”

  • सामान्यतः, यह क्षेत्र इतना गर्म नहीं रहता। 
    (SaamaaNyaTah, yah ksetr iTaNaa garm Nahiin rahaTaa.)
  • “Normally, this region is not so hot.”

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6 – प्रमुख रूप से
(pramukh ruup Se)

“Mainly”

  • इलाहाबाद शहर प्रमुख रूप से अपने मीठे अमरूदों के लिए प्रसिद्ध है। 
    (iLaahaabaaD sahar pramukh ruup Se apaNe miithe amaruuDon ke Liye praSiDDH hai.)
  • “The city of Allahabad is mainly famous for its sweet guavas.”

7 – इसके विपरीत
(iSake vipariiT)

“Contrary to that”

  • पंजाब देश के उत्तरी भाग में है। इसके विपरीत, तमिलनाडु दक्षिणी भाग में है। 
    (paNjaab Des ke uTTarii bhaag men hai. iSake vipariiT, TamiLaNaadu Daksinii bhaag men hai.)
  • “Punjab is in the northern region of the country. Contrary to that, Tamilnadu is in the southern part.”

8 – निम्नलिखित तथ्य 
(NimNaLikhiT TaTHy)

“Following facts”

  • निम्नलिखित तथ्य कई शोध पत्रों से संग्रहित किये गए हैं। 
    (NimNaLikhiT TaTHy kaii soDH paTron Se SangrahiT kiye gaye hain.)
  • “The following facts have been collected from various research papers.”

9 – सिद्धांत 
(SiDDHaanT)

“Theory”

  • सापेक्षता सिद्धांत आइंस्टीन ने दिया था। 
    (SaapeksTaa SiDDHaanT aainStiiN Ne Diyaa THaa.)
  • “Einstein discovered the theory of relativity.”

10 – परीक्षण 
(pariiksan)

“Experiment”

  • पिछले सभी परिक्षण असफल रहे। 
    (pichaLe Sabhii pariksan aSaphaL rahe.)
  • “All previous experiments remained unsuccessful.”

11 – फलस्वरूप  
(phaLaSvaruup)

“Consequently” / “As a result”

  • धरती पर तामपान बढ़ रहा है। जिसके फलस्वरूप, समुद्र का स्तर भी बढ़ रहा है। 
    (DHaraTii par TaapamaaN badh rahaa hai. jiSake phaLaSvaruup, SamuDr kaa STar bhii badh rahaa hai.)
  • “The earth’s temperature is increasing. As a result, the sea levels are also rising.”

12 – इसके अलावा  
(iSake aLaavaa)

“Other than this”

  • इसके अलावा अध्यापक ने दो और किताबें भी सुझायी हैं। 
    (iSake aLaavaa aDHyaapak Ne Do aur kiTaaben bhii Sujhaayii hain.)
  • “Other than this, the teacher has suggested two more books.”

13 – सफलतापूर्वक  
(SaphaLaTaapuurvak)

“Successfully”

  • परीक्षाएं सफलतापूर्वक संचालित की गयीं। 
    (pariiksaayen SaphaLaTaapuurvak SaNcaaLiT kii gayiin.)
  • “The exams were conducted successfully.”

14 – साहित्य  
(SaahiTy)

“Literature”

  • हिंदी साहित्य की दुनिया में प्रेमचंद सबसे लोकप्रिय लेखक हैं। 
    (hiNDii SaahiTy kii DuNiyaa men premacanD SabaSe Lokapriy Lekhak hain.)
  • “Premchand is the most popular writer in the world of Hindi literature.”

3. Power Phrases for Your Resume

When applying for a job, you can use these impressive Hindi words and phrases to boost your CV. These phrases will be equally valuable if you’re on the hiring side of the recruitment process

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1 – गहरी समझ
(gaharii Samajh)

“Deep understanding”

  • मुझे गणित विषय की गहरी समझ है। 
    (mujhe ganiT visay kii gaharii Samajh hai.)
  • “I have a deep understanding of mathematical concepts.”

2 – लक्ष्य 
(Laksy)

“Goal” / “Ambition”

  • लक्ष्य की ओर अग्रसर रहो। 
    (Laksy kii or agraSar raho.)
  • “Keep moving towards the goal.”

3 – सीखने की क्षमता
(SiikhaNe kii ksamaTaa)

“Ability to learn”

  • मुझमें जल्दी सीखने की अद्भुत क्षमता है। 
    (mujhamen jaLDii SiikhaNe kii aDbhuT ksamaTaa hai.)
  • “I have a wonderful ability to learn quickly.”

4 – सहकर्मियों के साथ सामंजस्य
(Sahkarmiyon ke SaaTH SaamaNjaSy)

“Compatibility with coworkers”

  • कंपनी में सभी सहकर्मियों के साथ सामंजस्य बिठाना पड़ता है। 
    (kampaNii men Sabhii Sahakarmiyon ke SaaTH SaamaNjaSy bithaaNaa padaTaa hai.)
  • “In the company, you have to maintain compatibility with all the coworkers.”

5 – लंबा अनुभव
(Lambaa aNubhav)

“Great experience”

  • पिताजी को कला के क्षेत्र में लंबा अनुभव है। 
    (piTaajii ko kaLaa ke kseTr men Lambaa aNubhav hai.)
  • “My father has great experience in the field of arts.”

6 – दक्ष
(Daks)

“Skilled”

  • मेरी बहन एक दक्ष पायलट है। 
    (merii bahaN ek Daks paayaLat hai.)
  • “My sister is a skilled pilot.”

7 – दक्षता
(DaksTaa)

“Expertise”

  • क्या आपको कंप्यूटर में दक्षता हासिल है?
    (kyaa aapako kampyuutar men DaksTaa haaSiL hai?)
  • “Do you have any expertise in computers?”

8 – पेशेवर 
(pesevar)

“Professional”

  • मैं एक पेशेवर गायक हूँ। 
    (main ek pesevar gaayak huun.)
  • “I am a professional singer.”

9 – व्यवसाय 
(vyavaSaay)

“Business” / “Profession”

  • मेरा कपड़ों का व्यवसाय है। 
    (meraa kapadon kaa vyavaSaay hai.)
  • “I am in the garments business.”

10 – के पद पर  
(ke paD par)

“For the position of”

  • मुझे प्रबंधक के पद पर नियुक्त कर लिया गया है। 
    (mujhe prabanDHak ke paD par NiyukT kar Liyaa gayaa hai.)
  • “I’ve been hired for the position of manager.”

11 – …के तौर पर  
(…ke Taur par)

“As a…”

  • मेरी माताजी दस सालों से वैज्ञानिक के तौर पर काम कर रहीं हैं। 
    (merii maaTaajii DaS SaaLon Se vaigyaaNik ke Taur par kaam kar rahiin hain.)
  • “My mother has been working as a scientist for ten years.”

12 – मासिक आय
(maaSik aay)

“Monthly income”

  • आपकी मासिक आय क्या है?
    (aapakii maaSik aay kyaa hai?)
  • “What’s your monthly salary?”

13 – वार्षिक आय  
(vaarsik aay)

“Annual income”

  • मेरी वार्षिक आय बारह लाख है। 
    (meri vaarsik aay baarah Laakh hai.)
  • “My annual income is twelve lakhs.”

14 – स्थायी पता  
(STHaayii paTaa)

“Permanent address”

  • कृपया, अपना स्थायी पता बताएं। 
    (kripayaa, apaNaa STHaayii paTaa baTaayen.)
  • “Kindly state your permanent address.”

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4. Smart Phrases for the Corporate World

Working and staying ahead in the corporate world demands a lot of skills. In this section, you’ll learn advanced Hindi phrases that will help you stand out among your colleagues. Enter the conference room with a jolt of self-confidence after practicing these top phrases to use in business meetings

1 – एड़ी चोटी का ज़ोर लगाना
(edii-cotii kaa zor LagaaNaa)

“Tooth and nail”

  • इस प्रॉजेक्ट के लिए हमें एड़ी चोटी का ज़ोर लगाना पड़ेगा। 
    (iS praujekt ke Liye hamen edii-cotii kaa zor LagaaNaa padegaa.)
  • “We have to fight tooth and nail for this project.”

2 – लेन-देन
(LeN-DeN)

“Transactions”

  • मुझे पिछले सभी लेन-देन की जानकारी चाहिए। 
    (mujhe pichaLe Sabhii LeN-DeN kii jaaNakaarii caahiye.)
  • “I need information regarding all the previous transactions.”

3 – हिसाब-किताब
(hiSaab-kiTaab)

“Accounting”

  • इस विभाग का हिसाब-किताब कौन देखता है?
    (iS vibhaag kaa hiSaab-kiTaab kauN DekhaTaa hai?)
  • “Who looks after the accounting of this department?”

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4 – आंकड़ा पार करना 
(aankadaa paar karaNaa)

“To cross the figure”

  • हमें इस साल दो करोड़ का आंकड़ा पार करना है। 
    (hamen iS SaaL Do karod kaa aankadaa paar karaNaa hai.)
  • “This year, we have to cross the figure of two crores.”

5 – नफ़ा-नुक़सान 
(Nafaa-NuqaSaaN)

“Profit and loss”

  • धंधे में नफ़ा-नुक़सान तो होता रहता है। 
    (DHanDHe men Nafaa-NuqaSaaN To hoTaa rahaTaa hai.)
  • “Profit and loss are part and parcel of the business.”

6 – मंदी 
(manDii)

“Recession”

  • अभी बहुत मंदी चल रही है। 
    (abhii bahuT manDii caL rahii hai.)
  • “There’s a lot of recession going on right now.”

7 – बाज़ार धीमा होना  
(baazaar DHiimaa hoNaa)

“Market slowing down”

  • कोविड की वजह से बाज़ार धीमा हो गया है। 
    (kovid kii vajah Se baazaar DHiimaa ho gayaa hai.)
  • “The market has been slowing down due to COVID.”

8 – नियम-क़ायदे   
(Niyam-qaayaDe)

“Rules and regulations”

  • सभी नियम-क़ायदों का कड़ाई से पालन होना चाहिए। 
    (Sabhii Niyam-qaayaDon kaa kadaaii Se paaLaN hoNaa caahiye.)
  • “All the rules and regulations should be strictly followed.”

9 – किसी भी हाल में  
(kiSii bhii haaL men)

“Anyhow”

  • उसे किसी भी हाल में यह नौकरी चाहिए। 
    (uSe kiSii bhii haaL men yah Naukarii caahiye.)
  • “She wants this job anyhow.”

10 – विचाराधीन 
(vicaaraaDHiiN)

“Under consideration”

  • यह मामला अभी विचाराधीन है। 
    (yah maamaLaa abhii vicaaraaDHiiN hai.)
  • “The matter is currently under consideration.”

11 – पदोन्नति 
(paDoNNaTi)

“Promotion”

  • मुझे अपनी पदोन्नति का इंतज़ार है। 
    (mujhe apaNii paDoNNaTi kaa iNTazaar hai.)
  • “I am looking forward to my promotion.”

12 – वेतन-संबंधी 
(veTaN-SambanDHii)

“Salary-related”

  • वेतन-संबंधी सवालों के लिए मानव संसाधन विभाग से संपर्क करें। 
    (veTaN-SambanDHii SavaaLon ke Liye maaNav SanSaaDHaN vibhaag Se Sampark karen.)
  • “For salary-related queries, contact the HR department.”

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5. Advanced Idioms, Sayings, and Proverbs for Everyday Usage

We’ll conclude our article on advanced Hindi phrases with a list of everyday idioms, proverbs, and quotes. Use them in your conversations with native speakers to sound more natural and at ease. 

1 – दिन दुगुनी रात चौगुनी
(DiN DuguNii raaT cauguNii)

“By leaps and bounds”

  • मेरी प्रार्थना है कि तुम दिन दुगुनी रात चौगुनी तरक़्क़ी करो। 
    (merii praarTHaNaa hai ki Tum DiN DuguNii raaT cauguNii Taraqqii karo.)
  • “I will pray that you progress by leaps and bounds.”

2 – काँटे की टक्कर
(kaante kii takkar)

“Toe-to-toe”

  • दोनों टीमों में काँटे की टक्कर चल रही है। 
    (DoNon tiimon men kaante kii takkar caL rahii hai.)
  • “The two teams are toe-to-toe.”

3 – देर आये दुरुस्त आये
(Der aaye DuruST aaye)

“Better late than never”

  • सूरज ने अपनी ग़लती मान ली। देर आये दुरुस्त आये। 
    (Suuraj Ne apaNii gaLaTii maaN Lii. Der aaye DuruST aaye.)
  • “Suraj accepted his mistake. Better late than never.”

4 – अपनी पहचान बनाना 
(apaNii pahacaaN baNaaNaa)

“Make your mark”

  • अपनी पहचान बनाना कोई आसान काम नहीं। 
    (apaNii pahacaaN baNaaNaa koii aaSaaN kaam Nahiin.)
  • “Making your mark is not an easy task.”

5 – नाम कमाना 
(Naam kamaaNaa)

“Making a name”

  • ख़ूब मेहनत करो और दुनिया में नाम कमाओ। 
    (khuub mehaNaT karo aur DuNiyaa men Naam kamaao.)
  • “Work hard and make a name in this world.”

6 – ख़ून-पसीना बहाना 
(khuuN-paSiiNaa bahaaNaa)

“Blood, sweat, and tears”

  • हमारे शहीदों ने देश को आज़ाद कराने के लिए अपना ख़ून-पसीना बहा दिया। 
    (hamaare sahiiDon Ne Des ko aazaaD karaaNe ke Liye apaNaa khuuN-paSiiNaa bahaa Diyaa.)
  • “Our martyrs shed their blood, sweat, and tears in order to free the country.”

7 – कन्नी काटना 
(kaNNii kaataNaa)

“To avoid”

  • जीतू हमेशा पढ़ाई से कन्नी काटता है। 
    (jiiTuu hamesaa padhaaii Se kaNNii kaataTaa hai.)
  • “Jeetu always avoids studies.”

8 – समय बर्बाद करना 
(Samay barbaaD karaNaa)

“Wasting time”

  • मोबाइल देखकर समय बर्बाद मत करो। 
    (mobaaiL Dekhakar Samay barbaaD maT karo.)
  • “Don’t waste your time looking at the mobile.”

9 – सरकारी कर्मचारी 
(Sarkaarii karmacaarii)

“Government employee”

  • मेरी माताजी सरकारी कर्मचारी हैं। 
    (merii maaTaajii Sarkaarii karmacaarii hain.)
  • “My mother is a government employee.”

10 – प्रस्तुत करना 
(praSTuT karaNaa)

“To present”

  • बच्चों ने कई रंगारंग कार्यक्रम प्रस्तुत किये। 
    (baccon Ne kaii rangaarang karyakram praSTuT kiye.)
  • “The children presented various cultural programs.”

11 – चर्चा का विषय 
(carcaa kaa visay)

“Topic of discussion”

  • आज की चर्चा का विषय नया बजट है। 
    (aaj kii carcaa kaa visay Nayaa bajat hai.)
  • “Today’s topic of discussion is the new budget.”

12 – मौक़े का फ़ायदा उठाना 
(mauqe kaa faayaDaa uthaaNaa)

“To seize the opportunity”

  • एक होनहार व्यक्ति मौक़े का फ़ायदा उठाना जानता है। 
    (ek hoNahaar vyakTi mauqe kaa faayaDaa uthaaNaa jaaNaTaa hai.)
  • “A smart person knows how to seize the opportunity.”

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