Hindi Pronunciation In Brief

These six parts of mouth - throat (kanth), palette (taaloo), teeth (danta), lips (oshhth), nasal (nasika) and front of palette (agr-taaloo) are mainly used to speak Hindi Pronunciation

For some of alphabet syllables, you need to use two of these organs. Look at the last three rows in table below.

Organs of Hindi Pronunciation

Organ Vowels Consonants
कंठअ, आक, ख, ग, घ, ङ
तालुइ, ईच, छ, ज, झ, ञ
मूर्धाट, ठ, ड, ढ, ण
दंत--त, थ, द, ध, न
ओष्ठउ, ऊप, फ, ब, भ, म
नासिका--अं, ङ, ञ, ण, न, म
कंठतालुए, ऐ--
कंठोष्ठ्यओ, औ--

Special Alphabets

The alphabets ङ, ञ, ण, न, म are pronounced using nasal in conjunction with other parts noted above.


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Hindi Pronunciation Examples

Vowel As In
Hindi Alphabet Ultra
Hindi AlphabetHindi Alphabet Father
Hindi Alphabet Ink
Hindi Alphabet Feel
Hindi Alphabet Pull
Hindi Alphabet Moon
Hindi Alphabet Ray
Hindi AlphabetHindi Alphabet Angel
Hindi AlphabetHindi AlphabetHindi Alphabet So
Hindi AlphabetHindi AlphabetHindi Alphabet Owl
Hindi AlphabetHindi Alphabet Hunger
Hindi AlphabetHindi Alphabet Ah!

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