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                  The department has prepared a number of audio-visual aids to impart different language skills to the students eg Audio Cassettes / Video Cassettes / Video CDs as supplementary teaching material :-  
 

AUDIO CASSETTES

i.

English - Hindi Audio Cassette with English Vachan Pustika. Vol. I & II

ii.

Assamese - Hindi Audio Cassette with Assamese Vachan Pustika. Vol. I & II

iii.

Bangla - Hindi Audio Cassette with Bangla Vachan Pustika. Vol. I & II

iv.

Kannada - Hindi Audio Cassette with Kannada Vachan Pustika Vol. I & II

v.

Konkani - Hindi Audio Cassette with Konkani Vachan Pustika Vol. I & II

vi.

Malayalam - Hindi Audio Cassette with Malayalam Vachan Pustika. Vol. I & II

vii.

Oriya - Hindi Audio Cassette with Oriya Vachan Pustika Vol. I & II

viii.

Tamil - Hindi Audio Cassette with Tamil Vachan Pustika Vol. I & II

ix.

Telugu - Hindi Audio Cassette with Telugu Vachan Pustika Vol. I & II
Price: Rs.60/- per set (two audio cassettes vol. I & II, inclusive of packing and postal charges)
 
 
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VIDEO CASSETTES (VHS)

                  The Department of Correspondence Courses has produced a number of video cassettes. Each cassette is a video film approximately of half-an hour duration that lays stress on teaching basic and elementary Hindi expressions, sentence structures and varied grammatical points with an attempt to assimilate flavour of Indian culture in it. The video film will certainly create interest for students of foreign origin as well as non-Hindi speaking Indian students in learning Hindi.
Description of the video-cassettes is as follows:
i.
Welcome to India – Learn Hindi
In this cassette sentences in conversational pattern covering a variety of common day-to-day situations have been presented in an interesting way. (e.g. situations at hotels, banks, markets and restaurants involving unknown people have been dealt with).
ii.

Batein Karen Shuru 'aap', 'tum' aur 'tu' (usages of pronouns)
This cassette deals with the usage of second person pronoun 'you'. There are three forms of this pronoun in Hindi - 'tu', 'tum' and 'aap' to denote second person. 'Tu' is generally used to address a very junior or very intimate person. Sometimes it is used to address 'God' also. 'Tum' is used particularly while addressing juniors and equals who are intimate. 'Aap' is a polite or honorific form of address, extensively used in speech and conversation. All these forms are explained in this cassette

iii.
Karta Aur Kriya Ka Mel Beech-Beech Mein 'Ne' Ka Khel
In Hindi sentence structure, subject, object and verb are three important factors. In this cassette agreement between the subject and the verb and the use of post-position - ने is explained while forming the simple past tense. In Hindi the verb, while agreeing with the subject undergoes changes in verb-forms ending in a:, e: and i: (आ, ए, ई). Verbs can be either transitive or intransitive. How they form past tense is explained in this cassette.
iv.
Vakya Mein 'Ko' Ka Yog Prakat Kare Vividh Prayog
In this cassette 'Subject + Ko' construction has been explained in simple and interesting way. 'Subject + Ko' is generally used where the animate subject or object is involved in certain actions which essentially belong to human or living beings. Hindi has a number of 'subject + ko' patterns denoting physiological/mental state, need, necessity, knowledge, liking, feeling, meeting etc. All of these have been dealt with in this cassette.
v.
Hindi Mein Ling Ka Adhaar Thoda Vyakran Thoda Vyavhar
In this cassette emphasis is on gender training pertaining to Hindi nouns. To write correct Hindi it is essential to have correct knowledge of gender formation. It can be ascertained through pronouns and nouns. Generally those ending in 'a' or 'a:' (-अ or -आ) are masculine and those ending in 'i' or 'i:' (-इ or -ई) are feminine. Abstract nouns ending in '- pa', '-aav' and '-pan' (-प्रा, -प्रन, and आन) are masculine. All these gender related points have been explained in this cassette.
vi.
Hindi Mein 'to', 'bhi' aur 'hi' Prayog Kijiye Sahi - Sahi
In this cassette the usage of particles 'to', 'bhi' and 'hi' has been explained. These particles change the meaning of a sentence but their own forms never change i.e. they are indeclinables. 'to' particle is used to denote emphasis, certainty and insistence. 'bhi' is used for comparison or to show similarity. Sometimes 'bhi' explains amazement and doubtful situations. 'hi' is a particle of positive type. It also shows special effects like 'to'. 'hi' sometimes denotes either emphasis or suddenness of work or incident.
vii.
Mukhya Kriya Ke Saath Ranjak Kriya Milkar Banaye Sanyukt Kriya
Compound verbs play an important role in construction of Hindi sentences. They are the combination of two verbs denoting one composite idea. Of these, the first verb is the main verb and second one is the intensifier which intensifies or modifies the meaning of the main verb and in this process loses it's own meaning. 'a:na:', 'ja:na:', 'le:na:', 'de:na:', 'uthna:', 'baithna:' are common intensifiers. The forms of such compound verbs have been explained in this cassette.
viii.
Subject – Verb Agreement
In a Hindi sentence there should be uniformity of gender, number, person and tense. This is called 'Agreement'. According to verb there are three types of sentence construction in Hindi-Subjectival construction, Objectival construction and Neutral construction. In Subjectival construction verb agrees with the subject in gender, number and person. In Objectival sentences usually 'ne' postposition is used with the subject. In such sentences verb agrees with the gender, number and person of the object and in Neutral construction 'ne' is used with the subject and 'ko' is used with the object. In such constructions verb always remains neutral, i.e. in masculine singular form. In this cassette subject – verb agreement in it's different forms has been explained.
ix.
Standardization of Devanāgarī Script
Hindi is written in 'Devanāgarī' Script which is a scientific script. However, some new rules of standardization have been framed to maintain it's uniformity. In this cassette information is given about these rules, so that mistakes in script and spellings may be minimized. The cassette will help those who wish to get acquainted with the standardization of Devanāgarī Script while learning Hindi.
x.
Hindi Mein Muhawron Ka Sahi Prayog
This cassette deals with the usage of idioms in Hindi
Price: Rs.125/- per video cassette (inclusive of packing and postal charges)
 
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VIDEO COMPACT DISCS (CD)

  The Department of Correspondence Courses has prepared CDs on different grammar points. These CDs have been developed in a very interesting and implicit manner. Some CDs deal with two different grammar points.
  Description of the CDs is as follows:
 

CD NO. 1 This CD deals with two grammar points.

i
Welcome to India - Common conversational sentences of Hindi for non - Hindi speaking Indian and foreign students as are used in hotels, markets and restaurants.
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Usage of pronouns - The usages of pronoun 'you'. The usage of 'tu', 'tum' and 'aap' for the pronoun 'you' is explained in this CD.
CD NO. 2 This CD deals with two grammar points.
i
Subject + '-ne' construction - Three main factors of sentence construction in Hindi- Subject, Object and verb are explained in this CD.
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Use of particles - Usage of particles 'to', 'bhi' and 'hi'. changes the meaning of a sentence though their own meaning never changes.
CD NO. 3 This CD deals with two grammar points.
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'Subject + 'ko' construction- Subject + 'ko' is generally used when the subject is animate and the sentence involves certain actions which essentially belong to human or living beings. In Hindi there are a number of Subject + 'ko' patterns requiring the use of '-ko' with the subject denoting physiological state such as liking, feeling, necessity etc. All of these have been explained in this CD.
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Usage of Idioms - This CD is related to the usage and meaning of idioms in Hindi. Idioms express specific meanings. By using idioms language becomes more interesting and effective. This CD explains all these characteristics of the idioms.
CD NO. 4 Gender Training.
In this CD emphasis is on gender training. To write correct Hindi it is essential to have correct knowledge of gender formation. Gender can be ascertained through pronouns and through adjectives used in the sentences. How to ascertain the gender of a noun has been explained in this CD.
CD NO. 5 This CD deals with two grammar points.
i
Compound verbs – Compound verb is made of two verbs – main verb and intensifier. The forms of such compound verbs have been explained in this CD.
ii
Subject-Verb Agreement - In Hindi according to usage of verbs Subjectival, Objectival and Neutral construction of sentences are common. In this CD emphasis is on subject - verb agreement.
CD NO. 6 This CD deals with two grammar points.
i
Subject - verb agreement - According to verb usage there are three types of sentence constructions. Subjectival construction, Objectival construction and Neutral construction. In Subjectival construction verb agrees with the subject, in Objectival construction verb agrees with the object and in Neutral construction verb is always used in masculine singular form.
ii
Standardization of Devanāgarī script – Hindi is written in Devanāgarī script which is a scientific script. However, some new rules of standardization have been framed to maintain it's uniformity. All these rules have been explained in this CD.
CD NO. 7 Learn Hindi.
This CD is intended to be useful to those who have started learning Hindi and desire to pick up spoken and conversational form of Hindi for their day-to-day dealings. It is equally valuable to the tourists and visitors who seek to get familiar with the basic conversation patterns of Hindi and employ them during their visit to those areas of India where Hindi is the language of common parlance.
CD NO. 8 This CD deals with following grammar points in Bangla medium.
i
Hindi Mein Ling Ka Nirdharan
ii
Subject - Verb Agreement
CD NO. 9 This CD deals with following grammar points in Malayalam medium.
i
Hindi Mein Ling Ka Nirdharan
ii
Subject - Verb Agreement
CD NO. 10 This CD deals with following grammar points in Tamil medium.
i
Hindi Mein Ling Ka Nirdharan
ii
Subject - Verb Agreement
CD NO. 11 Plural formation of Nouns and Adjectives
This CD deals with rules of plural formation of Nouns and Adjectives. The changes in Nouns and Adjectives due to the use of post-positions are presented in an interesting and effective manner.
CD NO. 12 Imperative Mood
This CD is about imperative construction. It explains how to address your youngers, elders and equals by using appropriate verb form.
CD NO. 13 Hindi Mein Kridant
This CD is about Participle in Hindi. In this CD we learn the structure of participle in different forms and it's correct uses in a sentence.
CD-14 Hindi Mein Kaal
This CD is about tenses in Hindi. It deals with various types of tenses in Hindi. It also discusses the formation of different verb forms from the verb root and their use in Hindi sentences.
CD NO. 15 English-Hindi Conversation Guide
This is a CD version of English-Hindi Conversation Guide (book). With the help of this CD one can know the Hindi version of English sentences in hypothetical situations.
CD NO. 16 Hindi Ka Akhil Bhartiya Swaroop, Part - I
CD NO. 17 Hindi Ka Akhil Bhartiya Swaroop, Part - II
These two CDs contain vivid description of pan-Indian Hindi. Basically this concept has got developed based on theory of socio- linguistics.
CD NO. 18 Lok Geet
In this CD our great Indian traditions/customs have been depicted. In fact this is a colourful presentation of Indian culture through folk-songs of different states of India.
CD NO. 19 Hindi Mein Karak Chinha
This CD is about Hindi cases, case endings, their correct usage and how they are used in different situations.
CD NO. 20 Upsarg Aur Pratyaya Ka Tulnatmak Adhyayan
To know the appropriate meaning of a Hindi word, the knowledge of prefixes and suffixes is a must, so that one can know the exact or the derived meaning of a word. Keeping this purpose in mind, an exhaustive CD of one hour duration has been prepared. This CD will be helpful to get insight into the word-formation and the coinage of new terminology in Hindi.
CD NO. 21 Hindi Ki Vikas Yatra Part-I
CD NO. 22 Hindi Ki Vikas Yatra Part-II
Although we speak Hindi we don't know much about the development and genesis of Hindi. Due to this lack of knowledge we are unable to know the importance of our rich language. As the title itself suggests this is a generic programme, which depicts the glorious journey of Hindi to it's present rich form. This CD will certainly cater to the need of students/researchers of Hindi language and literature.
CD NO. 23 Hindi Mein Alankar
This CD deals with different Alankars i.e. figures of speech of Hindi in a very comprehensive, lucid and interesting manner.
CD NO. 24 Hindi Mein Samaas
This CD deals with Samaas i.e. Compound. In this CD attempt has been made to highlight different aspects of compound formation in a very lucid manner.
CD NO. 25 Prayojanmoolak Hindi Part - I
CD NO. 26 Prayojanmoolak Hindi Part - II
These CDs deal with how to use Hindi in a more functional way in our day-to-day business. They deal mainly with official Hindi, Hindi in Journalism, Law, Advertising, Computer etc.
CD NO. 27 Sangya (Noun)
This CD deals with grammatical point 'Noun'. In this CD the definition of noun, it's different types and subtypes are thoroughly discussed.
CD NO. 28 Sarvanam (Pronoun)
This CD deals with grammatical point 'Pronoun'. In this CD the definition of pronoun, its different types and subtypes are thoroughly discussed.
CD NO. 29 Visheshan (Adjective)
This CD deals with grammatical point 'Adjective'. Its contains the definition of adjective, its different types and subtypes.
CD NO. 30 Bhakti Sahitya Ki Dhara, Part-I
CD NO. 31 Bhakti Sahitya Ki Dhara, Part-II
These two CDs are developed specially taking in account the 'Bhakti period' of Hindi literature. Through these CDs, viewer undoubtedly will be able to know the melodious journey of Bhakti Sahitya and our high traditions/culture.
CD NO. 32 Kahavatein/Lokoktiya Part-I (Proverbs of Hindi)
CD NO. 33 Kahavatein/Lokoktiya Part-II (Proverbs of Hindi)
This topic is divided in two parts and is on proverbs of Hindi. The whole programme is presented in a quizzical form in a very lucid manner.
CD NO.34-35 Sbabd Vichar
  Formation of words has been the matter of great interest for the learners. Keeping this in mind, the programme 'Shabd Vichar' was developed in two parts. This programme deals about the different aspects of Hindi words. Apart from this, the programme includes other relevant points such as formation of words and the connotative & denotative meaning of the words.
CD NO.36 Kriya Visheshan
  'Kriya Visheshan' is an important constituent of a sentence. The abovesaid concept is developed with the help of jingle and on the high parameters of language pedagogy. No doubt, this colourfully and beautifully illustrated program will help teacher and student as well to know the concept easily.
CD NO. 37-38 Hindi Sahitya Ke Sanskritik Srot
  The abovesaid programme is divided into two parts. In these CDs attempt has been made to depict the cultural source of Hindi literature from which this literature has been constantly inspired and nurtured.
CD NO.39-40 Anuvad Hai Aagar Gyan Ka Sagar
  Now-a-days Anuvad plays an important role to bridge the gap among different language people. Therefore, knowing the theoretical & practical aspects of translation may prove fruitful for those who are indulged in the field of translation.
CD NO. 41-42-43 Varn Vichar
  This programme deals mainly with Hindi Alphabets. Apart from this the programme includes the definition of letter, syllable, cluster etc. This may prove beneficial for those who wish to know the basics of Hindi Grammar.
CD NO. 44-45-46 Kriya
  As we know that the verb is a very essential component of a sentence. Therefore, knowing verb may prove very useful for a language learner. This programme deals with all the major and minor aspects of Verb and its correct uses in a sentence.
CD NO.47-48-49 Hindi Mein Gadya Sahitya Ki Pramukh Pravrittiyan
  The abovesaid programme which is divided into three parts deals with the overall trends of Hindi Prose. The contents of the programme include all the major and minor details such as - periodical division of Hindi Prose and information on the contributors of Hindi Prose. Therefore, this programme may be described as the latest survey of Hindi Prose.
CD NO. 50-51-52 Shabd Kosh: Ek Parichaya
  The programme SHABO KOSH: EK PARICHYA is developed into three parts of approx 30 minutes duration each. As we know, the dictionary is a very reliable tool for the language learners, translators, journalists etc. This programme highlights on all the major aspects of Dictionary such as definition of dictionary, the history of dictionary, the techniques of dictionary compilation based on linguistic theories etc. Further, the programme also discusses the aims and objectives of a dictionary and its classification.
CD NO. 53-54-55 Sandhi
  The grammatical point 'Sandhi' is developed into three approx 30 minutes duration each. The topic Sandhi occupies a prominent place in the teaching of Hindi language and grammar. This programme covered different aspects of Sandhi such as definition of Sandhi and its types and subtypes.
CD NO. 56-57-58 Hindi Ke Badhte Kadam
  The above said programme is developed into three parts of approx 30 minutes duration each. This programme presents the glorious journey of Hindi. The programme depicts the development of Hindi at its two levels: National and International.
The programme is very informative, educative and innovative in its nature.
CD NO.59 Paaribhashik Shabdawali: Moolbhoot Sankalpnaen
  This programme deals about the basic concepts of technical terms.
CD NO. 60 Paaribhashik Shabdawali : Nirman Prakriya
  This programme deals about the coining of technical terms. In nutshell it discussed all the aspects of technical terminology, especially about its evolution process. It may prove useful for those who are working in the field of technical terminology, translation and research etc.
CD NO. 61 Paaribhashik Shabdawali:Vaiyaktik evam sansthagat prayatn
  In this programme, attempt has been made to discuss about the efforts made by the government, individual and private institutions as well. This programme is useful for those who are working towards popularization of technical terminology.
CD NO. 62 Vakya Vichar: Moolbhoot Sankalpnaen
  In this programme basic concept of sentence formation has been discussed in a very comprehensive and lucid manner. This programme may prove useful for Hindi learner in general.
CD NO. 63 Vichar : Vakya Nirman Prakriya
  As we know that without apt expression, no one can communicate effectively. Therefore, in this programme, the process of sentence formation has been discussed in such a very simple manner that even the general Hindi learner may get benefited with this.
CD NO. 64 Vakya Vichar : Vakya Vargikaran
  As the title itself suggests, in this programme different basics of sentence classification have been discussed to get command on sentence formation.
CD NO. 65 Aadhunik Hindi Padya Sahitya ki Pramukh Pravrittiyan: Bhartendu evam Dwivedi Yug
  This programme deals about the main trends of Bhartendu Evam Dwivedi Period prevalent in modern Hindi poetry. Scholars/Researchers may find this programme as a reference material.
CD NO. 66 Aadhunik Hindi Padya Sahitya Ki Pramukh Pravrittiyan: Chayavadi Kavya
  This programme deals about main tends of Chayavadi Kavya period prevalent in modern Hindi poetry. Scholars/Researchers may find this programme as a reference material.
CD NO. 67 Aadhunik Hindi Padya Sahitya ki Pramukh Pravrittiyan: Pragatiwaad Evam Prayogvaad
  This programme deals about the main trends of Pragatiwaad Evam Prayogwaad period prevalent in modern Hindi poetry. Scholars / Researchers may find this programme as a reference material.
CD NO. 68 Rajbhasha Hindi:Saamvidhanik Vyavastha
  As we know that Hindi is the official language of India. In this programme basic concept of language has been discussed in the wake of official language policy as inscribed in the Constitution of India.
CD NO. 69 Rajbhasha Hindi: Neeti Karyanvayan
  This programme deals about the implementation of Hindi language in its own country as per the constitutional provision. The programme may prove useful for those who are working in the field of promotion of official language Hindi.
CD NO. 70 Rajbhasha Hindi:Vaiyaktik Evam Sansthangat Prayatn
  There are a lots of individual as well as institutional efforts involved in the promotion of Hindi. Needless to say, this programme provide the vivid description about the Herculean efforts of different individuals, NGO's and Institutions as well who are working in the field of promotion of Hindi. The programme provides ample guidance and inspiration for the Hindi learner who loves to work in Hindi.
CD NO. 71 Kendriya Hindi Nideshayalya:Ek Parichaya
  This CD highlights about the different schemes of Central Hindi Directorate. This CD is available free of cost.
DVD No. 72 'HINDI MEIN VIRAAM CHIHNA' (Part - Ist)
 
The Programme titled 'HINDI MEIN VIRAAM CHIHNA' (Part - Ist) mainly discuss about the several punctuation marks that are used in Hind. The punctuation marks are 'POORNA VIRAAM,' PRASHNA CHIHNA, 'VISMAYSUCHAK CHIHNA', UPVIRAMM', and 'ARDHA VIRAAM', Apart from this the Concepts of Accent, Pitch and Tone are also discussed which are used at the spoken level of the language.
DVD No. 73 'HINDI MEIN VIRAAM CHIHNA' (Part - 2nd)
  The Programme titled 'HINDI MEIN VIRAAM CHIHNA' (Part - 2nd) discuss about the several punctuation marks that are used in Hind. The punctuation marks are 'ALPA VIRAAM,''URDHWA VIRAAM', NIRDESHAK CHIHNA', VIVARAN CHIHNA', UDDHARAN CHIHNA', SHABD CHIHNA', 'KOSHTHAK', LOP CHIHNA', SANKSHEP SUCHAK CHIHNA', HANS PAD' and YOJAK CHIHNA.
DVD No. 74 HINDI KE BHAGIRATH SAHITYA KAAR ! JAI SHANKAR PRASAD (PART - Ist)
  The Programme HINDI KE BHAGIRATH SAHITYA KAAR ! JAI SHANKAR PRASAD (PART - Ist) discuss about the different Creative dimensions of the personality of Jai Shankar Prasad. In the first Part of the programme discussion is concentrated on the poetry Noval and essays written by this personality. The programme also discuss about the early life of Jai Shankar Prasad.
DVD No. 75 HINDI KE BHAGIRATH SAHITYAKAAR: JAI SHANKAR PRASAD (PART-2nd)
  The Programme HINDI KE BHAGIRATH SAHITYAKAAR: JAI SHANKAR PRASAD (PART-2nd) disscuss about the dramma and storries which are written by the famous personality Jai Shankar Prasad.
DVD No. 76 HINDI KE BHAGIRATH SAHITYAKAAR : RAM DHARI SINGH DINKAR (PART-1st)
   
DVD No. 77 HINDI KE BHAGIRATH SAHITYAKAAR : RAM DHARI SINGH DINKAR (PART-2nd)
   
DVD No. 78 LIPI KI VIKAS YATRA (PART-1st)
   
DVD No. 79 LIPI KI VIKAS YATRA (PART-2nd)
   
DVD No. 80 Hindi - Bodo Vartalap DVD 2014-15
   
DVD No. 81 Nepali - Hindi Vartalap DVD 2015-16
   
   
 

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CONVERSATIONAL GUIDES / Self Taught

 

Scheme of teaching Hindi through Postal tuition (Correspondence) to non –Hindi Speaking Indians & foreigners in and outside the country was started in 1968 by Central Hindi Directorate. To make this Process of teaching more convenient, bilingual Conversational guides & self taught in different regional languages (accepted under eighth schedule of constitution of India) along with Hindi have been and yet are being prepared & published.

Conversational guides are intended to be useful to those whose mother tongue is not Hindi and who desire to pick up spoken & conversational form of Hindi for their day to day dealings. It is equally valuable to the tourists & visitors who seek to get familiar with the basic conversational patterns of Hindi and employ them during their visits to those areas of the country where Hindi is the language of common parlance.

Bilingual Conversational book is divided into two parts. Part-One Contains Conversational expressions and part-two contain a glossary of useful words.

Self taught caters to those learners whose mother tongue is not Hindi and who want to learn Hindi through ‘own time study’ at their convenience.

The material of conversational books/self taught have been subsequently scrutinized and modified by a committee of linguists and departmental experts, set up for this purpose.

Published Conversational Guides/ Self taught

1.
English-Hindi Conversation guide-revised Edition
2002

2.

Kannada – Hindi Swayam Shikshak revised Edition
2003
3.
Malayalam – Hindi Swayam Shikshak Ist Edition
2003
4.
Bangla - Hindi swayam Shikshak Ist Edition
2004
5.
Hindi Telugu Conversational Guide Revised Edition
2005
6.
Hindi – English Conversational Guide Revised Edition
2005
7.
Oriya – Hindi Swayam Shikshak Ist Edition
2007
8.
Tamil – Hindi Conversational guide revised edition
2007
9.
Assamese – Hindi Conversational guide Ist Edition
2008
10.
Hindi – Bangla Conversational guide Revised Edition
2008
11.
Hindi – Telugu Swayam Shikshak Ist Edition
2009
12.
Hindi –Konkani Swayam Shikshak Ist Edition
2009
13.
Punjabi-Hindi-Panjabi vartalap pustak
2015-16
 
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Other Publications

1.

Devanagari Lipi Practice Book

2002
Preparation of CDs from Conversational guides
1.
English-Hindi Conversation

2.

Assamese – Hindi Conversation
2006-2007
3.
Tamil – Hindi Conversation
2006-2007
4.
Hindi – Telugu Conversation
2007-2008
5.
Mizo- Hindi- Mizo Conversation
2007-2008
6.
Malayalam – Hindi - Malayalam Conversation
2008-2009
7.
Oriya – Hindi – Oriya Conversation
2008-2009
8.
Kannada – Hindi – Kannada Conversation
2008-2009
9.
Bangala - Hindi –Bangala Conversation
2008-2009
10.
Konkani – Hindi - Konkani Conversation
2009-2010
11.
Gujarati – Hindi - Gujarati Conversation
2009-2010
12.
Marathi – Hindi – Marathi Conversation
2009-2010
13.
Punjabi – Hindi – Punjabi Conversation
2009-2010
14.
Hindi – Kashmiri – Hindi Conversation
2010-2011
15.
English – Hindi Conversation
2010-2011
16.
Maithili – Hindi – Maithili Conversation
2010-2011
17.
Urdu – Hindi – Urdu Conversation
2010-2011
18.
Manipuri - Hindi - Manipuri Vartalap  
19.
Santali - Hindi - Santali Vartalap  
20.
Hindi - Sanskrit Vartalap  
21.
Hindi - Nepali Vartalap  
22.
English-Hindi Conversation Guide  
23.
Hindi-English Conversation Guide  
24.
Tamil-Hindi-Tamil Vartalap Pustak  
25.
Hindi-Telugu-Hindi Vartalap Pustak  
 
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