About Hindi Language
According to Wikipedia.org, The Hindi language is a part of the Indo-Aryan group and a branch of the Indo-European family. It is the official language of India and currently, 425 million people are speaking this language. Even in India, this language is spoken for national business. Many other languages are also prominent in this constitution. Hindi is also the second language of more than 120 million people. There is a significant number of Hindi speakers in South Africa, Mauritius, Bangladesh, Yemen, and Uganda. Hindi is inspired by both prefixes and suffixes. It also features a lot of words from English while there are a lot of nominal in it. Some of the examples include kaungresi (congress + i), Ameriki (America + i), and vaiscansalari (vice-chancellor + i). Some nouns of Hindi are mixed with English and Persian. The major dialects of Hindi involve Braj Bhasa, Khari Boli, Bundeli, and Awadhi.