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Hello everyone. Welcome back to hindipod101.com, the easiest, smartest and quickest way to learn Hindi online. My name is Anuj Khurana and in today’s topic, we are going to learn how to pronounce 10 hardest words in Hindi. Yes, so today, I am going to tell you how you can pronounce these hard words and don’t worry, I am going to make it easier for you.
1. सुंदर (SuNDar) "beautiful"
So let’s begin with our first word, which is सुंदर (SuNDar), which means “Beautiful”.
नेहा एक बहुत ही सुंदर लड़की है. (Nehaa ek bahuT hii suNDar Ladkii.) “Neha is very beautiful girl.”
2. भगवान (bhagvaaN) “God”
Our next word is भगवान (bhagvaaN), which means “God”
मुझे भगवान में बहुत भरोसा है. (mujhe bhagvaan mein bahuT bharosaa hai)“I truly believe in God.”
भगवान (bhagvaaN) which means “God”
3. राजनीति (raajNiiTi) "politics"
राजनीति (raajNiiTi), which means “Politics”
मेरा राजनीति में कोई भी रुझान नहीं है (meraa rajNiiTi mein koii bhii rujhaaN Nahiin hai.) “I have no interest in politics.”
राजनीति (raajNiiTi)
4. भ्रष्टाचार (bhrastaacaar) "corruption"
सब लोग चाहते हैं कि देश में भ्रष्टाचार ख़त्म हो जाए (Sab Log caahTe hain ki Des mein bhrastaachaar khaTam ho jaaye.) "Everyone wants corruption in the country to end."
Okay. So the next word is quite interesting. It is भ्रष्टाचार (bhrastaacaar). Okay, I will divide it down for you. It’s भ्रष्टाचार (bhrastaacaar) which means, “Corruption”
सब चाहते हैं कि देश में भ्रष्टाचार ख़तम हो। (Sab caahTe hain ki Des mein bhrastaacaar khaTam ho.) “Everyone wants the corruption should end from the country.”
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5. समझौता (SamjhauTaa) “Agreement”
समझौता (SamjhauTaa), which means “An agreement”
क्या आप समझौता करना चाहेंगे? (kyaa aap samjhauTaa karaNaa caahenge?) “Would you like to make an agreement?”
समझौता (SamjhauTaa) which means “An agreement”
6. मंत्रालय (manTraalay) “Ministry”
Okay. So another word is मंत्रालय (manTraalay), which means “Ministry”
मंत्रालय के पास आज बहुत भीड़ है (manTraalay ke paaS aaj bahuT bhiid hai.) “It is really crowded near the ministry.”
I will repeat this one for you. It is मंत्रालय (manTraalay), which means “Ministry”
7. विदेश (viDes) “Foreign”
Our next word is विदेश (viDes), which means “Foreign”
विदेश जाने के लिए पासपोर्ट होना ज़रूरी है (viDes jaaNe ke Liye paaSport hoNaa zaruurii hai.) “It is a mandate to have a passport to go to a foreign country.”
8. राजधानी (raajDHaaNii) "capital"
Next word is राजधानी (raajDHaaNii), which means “Capital”
भारत की राजधानी दिल्ली है (bhaaraT kii rajDHaaNii Dillii hai) “Delhi is the capital of India.”
9. स्वतंत्रता (SwaTaNTraTaa) "independence"
So another word here is स्वतंत्रता (SwaTaNTraTaa). Okay, don’t worry. I will divide it out for you.
स्वतंत्रता (SwaTaNTraTaa), which means “Independence”
भारत पंद्रह अगस्त को अपना स्वतंत्रता दिवस मनाता है (bhaaraT paNDrah agaST ko apNa SwaTanTraTaa DivaS maNaaTaa hai.) “India celebrates its Independence Day on 15th of August.”
स्वतंत्रता (SwaTaNTraTaa)
10. पढ़ाई (parhaaii) “Studies”
All right, so coming towards the end of this lesson.
Our last word is पढ़ाई (parhaaii), which means “Studies”
पढ़ाई (parhaaii) “Studies”
Reema पढ़ाई में अच्छी है। (Reema parhaaii mein acchii hai.) “Reema is very good at studies.”
पढ़ाई (parhaaii) “Studies”
All right everyone. So that’s the end of this lesson. I know these words were quite tough but I hope I made it a bit easier for you and I am sure you want to learn them quickly and very easily. I will come back with few more Hindi lessons. Till then, stay tuned. Goodbye. Take care.

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