Hindi is the mother tongue of more than half the world’s population and the country’s official language.

But the country has been plagued by violence and cultural taboos.

Many Indians say they cannot understand words like kurma, mama, mukti and maithila, which are often used to describe the way men behave in the presence of women.

Many of these terms are associated with the caste system and are also taboo in the country.

The country’s Hindi language, which has been spoken for centuries by the majority of Indians, has a unique way of expressing words that differs from English.

Its roots are in the dialects of Indic languages, and its speakers speak the language with a very strong, but different accent.

Hindi speakers use words in the accent of the dialect, known as rakshasas, in order to make it easier for them to pronounce the word.

This means that they don’t use the “dumb” English words, which can be hard to pronounce, like “penny” or “poo”.

Hindus also use words with a different accent, known in Hindi as sanskrita.

It means that the word can be written with the same letters as in English, but the vowels are different.

In other words, a person can say “baba kya” in Hindi, but they can’t say “bah kya”, meaning “boo”.HINDI LANGUAGE IN HIGHLIGHTS HINDU LANGUES are not the same as English, the language spoken in Britain and the United States.

Some people call Hindi a language of the world.

But the word Hindi itself is not a word used in the British and the U.S. It is a word from Sanskrit, a language spoken on India’s southern coast for thousands of years.

“Hindis” is the Hindi name for the language.

English has a different word for “people”, called English.

In India, Hindi is spoken in the south, in the state of Kerala.

According to the Hindi grammar, it is a “deliberate form of a dialect”, meaning that it is different from the other languages spoken in India.

While many Indians use the term “Hindhi” to describe their language, many other people use it to describe themselves.

People from the north and east of the country call themselves Bengalis, or northern Bengalis.

Those who live in the west call themselves Hindi-speakers, or Hindi-speaking people.

Bengalis in the east are called Bengalis-speaker.

For instance, in Uttar Pradesh, a state that has more than 5 million people, Bengalis make up about 12 per cent of the population.

Kerala has the second highest proportion of Bengalis among Indian states, after Uttar Pradesh.

India’s linguistic diversity has made it a country where people speak their own language.