Originally known as Bharat Ganrajya or Republic of India, the country is extensively acknowledged for its diverse ethnicity, religious beliefs, and copious languages. Hindi being the first official language, the country has an equivalent populace of English speakers too. With basic principles of secularism and socialism, India has a democratic parliamentary system. From an impoverished country in its early 50’s, India has become an Information Technology hub, along with its own space station and countless missions.
Despite the seventh largest geographical area in the world and majority population dwelling in rural areas, India is acknowledged as the country with the richest heritage alive. Its art and culture is renowned not only in India but all over the world. Some of the most popular dance forms like Bhangra, Bharatnatyam and Kathak are practised with great respect.
The country has given birth to some of the greatest artists of its time like M.F Hussian, Rabindranath Tagore, Tyeb Mehta, and Raja Ravi Verma.
Historically known as Hindustani, Hindavi and Rekhta, Hindi has its origin in India. Belonging to the Indo Aryan language family, it is the third most widely spoken language in the world (with 341 million native and 274 million other speakers).
Apart from India, it is the official language of Fiji. Besides that, it is the lingua franca of India. Even a substantial population in Afghanistan, South Africa, Nepal and Bangladesh understand Hindi very well. Hindi is currently spoken in 14+ countries. Hindi is written in Devanagari script.
Learning Hindi can immensely benefit those people who are intrigued by Indian culture and spirituality. Hindi speakers can explore the rich Hindi literature and folktales over varied genres. It can open a gateway of opportunities for people who are looking to live in India or study in Indian universities. We also provide modules for students who study Hindi in their respective schools/universities and are looking for a practical experience in the language. Furthermore, one can live comfortably in India, especially in the northern part and participate in economic and social activities in one of the fastest growing economies of the world.
Due to the long history of British occupation of India, both English and Hindi have taken words from each other's lexicon. Some of the popular English words derived from Hindi are Yoga, Shampoo, Pajamas, Loot, Bungalow and Karma. Both English and Hindi belong to the family of Indo-European languages.
Langma School of Languages has been offering Hindi online courses since its inception. No matter whether you live in Europe, Asia, America, Africa or Australia, the best online Hindi language institute is at your doorstep. You can join us through your computers, laptop, tablet or smartphone. We provide online Hindi language training facilities for those who cannot make it to our school due to time constraints. The timings will be as per the convenience of the student that matches with the particular country's timings.
We are extremely proud of our devoted and highly qualified faculty. Our faculty comprises of native, university-educated Hindi teachers with a major in teaching Hindi as a second language. They have years of professional teaching experience at Langma school of Languages, teaching students of all ages and nationalities. Many of them have taught abroad, equipping students with a deep understanding of different Indian cultures. They have a better understanding of the difficulties students face from various linguistic backgrounds while learning Hindi. Our team boasts outstanding interpersonal skills and shares a passion for teaching Hindi language.