Hindi belongs to Indo Aryan family. The dialect upon which the standard Hindi language is based is called "Khariboli". This is the local language of Delhi and the Uttar Pradesh region. This dialect acquired importance during the reign of the Mughal empire and came to be known as Urdu. However, after independence, the government of India decided to separate Hindi and Urdu and make Hindi the National language of the country.
Hindi Language is written in Devnagiri Script. This script is also used in other languages like Nepali, Sanskrit, Marathi. In this script, the words are pronounced as they are written and vice versa. The Language has 13 vowels and 36 consonants in total.
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