Indian Embassy starts free Hindi classes for Americans and foreign nationals

Indian Embassy Starts Free Hindi classes for Americans and foreign nationals: Indian Embassy is starting free Hindi classes for Americans and foreign nationals wishing to learn the Hindi language and increase understanding about India’s liberal culture. The Indian Embassy said in a statement on Monday that Moksharaj, a teacher of Indian culture, will take these classes from January 16 at the embassy. Moksharaj told that India’s global reputation has grown considerably in the last few years. People want to learn Hindi to get the right information about India.

What will be taught in this course
In this course, people will be taught about India’s art-culture, family system, marital life, architecture, Hindi films, yoga-meditation, cooking, politics and business. Today, interest in Hindi has increased in foreign countries. Therefore, the embassy will teach these things in Hindi. The popularity of Hindi in America is increasing continuously. Explain that the Indian Embassy has been organizing free classes for the last two years to teach Hindi to people in many countries. It has also partnered with prestigious American higher education centers such as George Washington University and Georgetown University.

Americans have increased affection for Hindi
In the US, organizations of Indian origin are trying to increase the popularity of Hindi by organizing Kavi Sammelan and various types of Hindi competitions. Moksharaj told that Hindi and Sanskrit are taught in many places and verses of Gita are also taught. Moksharaj is the first cultural diplomat appointed at the Indian Embassy in Washington DC. He has been appointed by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations here as an Indian culture teacher.

Moksharaj teaches about Hindi, Indian culture, yoga and culture in many places like Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginians and Kentucky. He also led the International Yoga Day held at the Indian Embassy in 2018 and 2019. The Indian embassy said in a statement on Monday that Moksharaj, a teacher of Indian culture, will take these classes from January 16 at the embassy.

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