Language Resources

Hindi Language Apps

Drops – Play with your words, learning new Hindi vocabulary in just 5 minutes a day.

Scripts – Learn to read and write Hindi Devanagari with Scripts.

Duolingo – Learn the basics of Hindi grammar and vocabulary for free with Duolingo.

Clozemaster – Study new words through context with Clozemaster.

Hindi Listening Resources

Glossika – An audio resource that uses spaced repetition to help you learn simple phrases in Hindi. The first 1,000 repetitions are free.

TuneIn – TuneIn is free online radio that streams both talk and music stations in Hindi.

Pimsleur – Pimsleur is a popular audio course with thirty lessons available for Hindi learners. It uses call-and-response to help you start speaking Hindi.

Hindi Course Books

Teach Yourself – Complete Hindi from Teach Yourself has 24 thematic lessons that help you build confidence in reading, speaking and writing in Hindi.

Colloquial – Colloquial Hindi is a more grammar-based approach to Hindi, but it’s still done so in an accessible way.

Hindi Reading

Hindi Reader – This book is a graded reader for intermediate and advanced learners of Hindi, published by Routledge.

General Language Learning

Fluent in 3 Months Challenge – This is a 90-day course that helps you build confidence and accountability in Hindi. It also prepares you for a 15-minute conversation in Hindi at the end of the challenge.

italki – Take lessons with skilled, affordable language tutors on italki. You can also connect with language exchange partners for free.

Shannon Kennedy’s Hindi Language Project – Our Resident Polyglot, Shannon Kennedy, learned Hindi with Drops, read about the project here.

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