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The following sites may be useful to instructors of Hindi
Epatra.com: this is a fabulous multilingual
e-mail service, which enables unhindered and instant
Hindi Poets Page: This page is run out of Colorado State and lists Hindi poets in the Early, Middle and Modern Periods with many links.
Literature of South
Asia Mailing List: The SASIALIT mailing list is for the discussion
of contemporary literature of South Asia (Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan,
and Sri Lanka), including works by authors of South Asian origin throughout
the world. In order to provide a focus to discussion on SASIALIT, some
participants read and discuss an agreed-upon
Hindi: The language of songs: a beautifully done page including links to songs, poets, history, and other relevant materials for those interested in Hindi.
Bollywood: The Film Industry of India: devoted to the Indian film industry including information on actors/actresses, soundtracks, movie news and reviews.
Hindi Daily: Daily news online. Includes downloadable font link.
Internetindia: a terrific source of information on numerous and diverse topics such as culture, literature, art, cuisine, business, travel and health.
Kaavyaalaya: (The House of Hindi Poetry) collection of Hindi poetry online
Ukindia: Learn to read Hindi: basic Hindi reading lessons online.
Hindi Program at Penn: brush up on you Hindi through these lessons. Mostly sound files. Also includes some great photographs of historic, religious sites in Northern India.
Daily Hindi Milap (Hyderabad):
Online Hindi newspaper, in Hindi (a downloadable Hindi font is
Hindi Instruction and Internet: A site dedicated to the use of the Internet as an aid to teaching Hindi.Includes some exercises and links to Indian resources.
Hindi Language Resources: Links to Internet resources for Hindi.
Prasad Naik's India Links: A categorised list of links to India resources on the Internet.
ScrubIndia: A search engine for sites on the Indian subcontinent.
UK India: News, views,and information about the Indian sub-continent, including lessons on how to read various languages of the region (eg Urdu, Hindi).
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