7 Beautiful Words in Hindi With Meaning
Hindi has the official language status in multiple states in India, it is the fourth most spoken language in the world and a direct descendant of Vedic Sanskrit, Hindi incorporates elements of Persian, English, and Arabic in its present form.
Here are seven words in Hindi and their meaning that are beautiful and ooze magic every time you use them.
नमस्ते - Namaste
The spiritual meaning of namaste conveys that “the divine in me respectfully recognizes the divine in you.” Namaste invokes the feeling of spiritual oneness of heart and mind, with the person one is greeting. The gesture involves pressing both the hands together and gently bowing your head.
मोक्ष - Moksha
Also known as mukti, moksha is a spiritual term in Hinduism and Jainism which in simple terms means freedom or liberation. Moksha is equivalent to Nirvana in Buddhism. It is a state of eternal bliss freedom.
सुन्दर - Sundar
Sundar means beautiful. The term is used to describe a person, place, object, etc. that is beautiful, attractive, elegant, or captivating.
रिमझिम - Rimjhim
The literal translation of Rimjhim would be the tip-tap sound of a light shower or drizzle and, the figurative meaning would be the happiness and joy that rain brings. You can find this word often used in Hindi songs and poems.
अस्तित्व - Astitva
Apart from existence, this beautiful word can also be used for actuality, occurrence, life, being, living, survival, and existential.
वात्सल्य - Vatsalya
Mother’s love can never be described in words. But there’s a word in Hindi that beautifully captures the essence. Vatsalya is one of the five bhavas (feelings, moods, or attitudes) of bhakti (devotion) that is usually allied with Yashoda, the foster mother of Lord Krishna, who loved him as her own child.
सांझ - Saanjh
Derived from the Sanskrit word Sandhya, Saanjh means evening. To be precise Saanjh is used for dusk or the twilight time of evening. It is an important time of the day in Hindu culture as it is believed to be the auspicious hour to worship God.