Hindi, or Modern Standard Hindi, is one of the official languages of India, along with English, and is currently spoken by 180 million people. Hindi is the language of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, and Indian mythology. Formal Standard Hindi has borrowed a lot of vocabulary from Sanskrit and is used in literature, newspapers and magazines. As a part of Indo-European language family, Hindi is an Indo-Aryan language and uses Devanagari script. Parents all over the world choose Hindi baby names for their linguistic diversity, ancient ancestry, profound etymology and connection with Indian sense of spirituality and meditation.
Namaste! Hindi is the official language of India – the birthplace of Buddhism and Hinduism, as well as yoga and Gandhi. Hindi naming tradition fuses commercial and cultural wealth of India with classical linguistic ancestry.