Monday, June 16, 2008

Namaste Dosti - Lesson 10

Dear friends,

here is our 10th lesson. We are having a dialog about a Hindi book and another one about Santosh's new baby. (Congrats Santosh!) After that a little grammar - Conditional sentences. Our movie song is "Tujhe Dekha To" from the movie "Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge" starring Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol, sang by Kumar Sanu and Lata Mangeshkar.

We are still working on the script, but we promise to publish it this week!

Shukriya and Enjoy!

Tina and Meena.

Here is the link to the podcast.

Here is a link to a video of the song.


Cath said...

Namaste! Greetings from an Australian living in Taiwan.

I am a beginner Hindi speaker so THANK YOU very much for your fabulous podcasts!


Cath said...

Namaste! Greetings from an Australian living in Taiwan.

I am a beginner Hindi speaker so THANK YOU very much for your fabulous podcasts!


Aphelia said...


I'm so happy to have found this podcast because i'm going to work with indians for several projects and I find it very useful to know at least a basic.

Keep doing this and thanks a lot!!!


Jenna said...

Thank you so much for this podcast!!!
I'm going to India for a symester abroad in August.
Since I will be living with a family I thought learning some Hindi would be good.
This is a great resource for me.
Thanks again!!!

Leslie JS said...

thank you for your efforts. Please continue the work. It looks like there has not been any more lessons since June.

Mahashakti said...

What's up yo,

Why so silent. Everyone, and I mean, e-v-e-r-y-o-n-e, we is waiting for yo next podcast, No.11, coming right up, up, up, up. . .??

The Learn Hindi Podcast said...

Namaste friends, we are still alive, but work and health issues kept us away... Number 11 is in the works with a song from the movie "Mohabbatein". Coming to you in October... I promise.


Caitlin said...

Thank you guys so much for these podcasts. I've been wanting to learn Hindi for a long time and the only Hindi I managed to pick up from watching countless Indian movies was very filmi and not particularly useful in everday situations, so these podcasts are really helpful!

That said, are you ever putting out an episode 11? It's been quite a few months since the last one!

Treesa said...

still waiting for # 11......

Nunjima said...

Bahut dhanyavadh podcast ke liye.
Men hindi sikhta hun aur apke (method) bahut achcha he.
Agli paTh kon hen?


Unknown said...

Namaste from Ghana. I got tired of reading subtitles of all the Bollywood movies I watch and decided to learn some basic Hindi, and your podcast is one of the best resources I found from the net.

I imagine that it is quite a lot of work to putting it together but if you needed more encouragement and appreciation, here it is coming from the west coast of Africa - thamks for your good work and I look forward with great anticipation to Lesson 11.

~Nana Akua

Unknown said...

I also really appreciate this series and hope that there will be future episodes.

Yamuna said...

Hi. I'm Yamuna. I'm just starting to learn hindi. thanks for uploading the podcasts. I hope you would continue posting more lessons.

Unknown said...

you have a nice site. thanks for sharing this resources. keep it up. anyway, various kinds of ebooks are available from here

Mahashakti said...

I can only echo the sentiments expressed here. Responsibilities and commitments of various kinds often take us ar away from things we'd much rather be doing. It's been a over a year since I was last here. Today I was reminded of your podcasts today when I was on Facebook.
Wish you all well.
Phir milenge.

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P Shah said...

Meena & Tina,

Thank you very much.

Meena: You have an beautiful voice.

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