Hindi Diwas: These words of English are made from Hindi words

Sep 13 2019 09:48 PM
Hindi Diwas: These words of English are made from Hindi words

In India, Hindi Day is celebrated every year on 14 September. It is very special for the Hindi people. People speak Hindi proudly. But in today's time, people give more importance to English. For this importance, this day is celebrated every year. Let us tell you, on the day of September 14, 1949, Hindi was adopted as the official language of the country in the Constitution of the country.

Many words of Hindi got mixed up in English in such a way that they are not the words of English only. But actually these words are made from Hindi which is now considered to be English. In such a situation, we are going to tell you some words that you may not know about.

You will be surprised to know that the word Shampoo in English is also made from the word Champu in Hindi. It means massage. At the same time, in English, it is used for the fluid from which the hair is washed.

The word Sauce in English is derived from the Hindi word chutney.

The English word Dungaree is derived from the Hindi Dungari. Dungri is the district of Mumbai where Dungari is made of cloth.

The word Bungalow in English is derived from the Bengali word Bangla. It means a luxurious house.

The word letter in English comes from the Chitthi in Hindi. The letter is also called a letter.

The English word Bangle is derived from the Bengali word for Hindi. It means glass bangles.

The English word thug is derived from Hindi as 'thug'. People who trap others.

The English word Veranda is derived from Varanda or Veranda in Hindi.

The English word Dacoit is derived from the Hindi word dacoit which is used for a group of bandits

The English word Look is made from Hindi Dekho. It means looking at someone.

The English word Cowrie is derived from the Hindi word Kaudi.

The English word Shawl is derived from the Hindi shawl which is often used in winter.

The English word Cheetah is made from the Sita word of Hindi.

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