Five reasons to learn Hindi

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Five reasons to learn Hindi

Looking for a reason to learn Hindi? We will give you five.

Hindi is spoken by almost 500 million people around the world. It is not only the official language of India but it is also spoken in Nepal, Fiji, Mauritius and Guyana. And well, let us not forget the fact that every major country has a sizeable Hindi speaking community!

India is a country where more than 150 languages are spoken. If you are a tourist and planning to travel through India then Hindi is the common dialect of choice. It will be easier for you to connect with people in a more intimate manner. You will be able to better understand the customs and other intricacies of Indian life.

Quite a few students come to Rosemounts to learn Hindi and the reason, at times, they give is that they would like to work in India. It has become difficult to ignore India economically. In the past decade, it has become one of the world’s fastest-growing economies. People have started to take note of the many opportunities India has to offer. Maybe it will be your next big career move!

Unlike developed countries, education in India is quite affordable and the programmes offered by Indian universities are accepted worldwide. Students planning to complete their higher education in India need to know the language. It makes life simpler and easy for them. They can easily gel in and find their way around.

And scientifically speaking, it is always good for your health to learn a second language. It exercises your mind and keeps you young. Learning a new language is like going on an adventure. A whole new world of possibilities opens up. So, next time when you are planning to come to India, keep a few days aside and start to learn Hindi.

At Rosemounts, we offer well-structured Hindi language courses. The thrust being on spoken Hindi, you can also opt for one to one sessions and have a more personalized learning experience.