1. Learning a new language
(Hindi Speaking & Writing)
3. Hindu Mythology
4. Yoga & Naturopathy
5. Dance and Music
6. Ayurveda Rejuvenation Therapy
Hindi - an essential tool to explore India.
Being the National language of India, Hindi is spoken by more than 50
percent of people in India. Except a few states of South India, Hindi
is widely used as the medium of communication all over the country and
therefore learning Hindi would be of great help to one who is really
interested to interact with the culture of India. Volunteering India
runs special training programs to teach Hindi to foreign travelers.
Volunteering India's Hindi language course is so designed that one can
start speaking Hindi from the very first day of the training.
Volunteering India follows the absolute natural way of learning a
language, the way you have learnt your mother tongue. In the class
room you would be taught the basic words and simple sentences of daily
usage. You would have to use them immediately with the local people.
In this process you are not just learning the language, but you are
living the language. While dealing with the native speakers you would
come across with several new phrases and sentences. In your class the
next day, you would get explanations regarding their meaning and how
to use them the right way. Unlike the traditional approach of learning
a language, you don't need to pick every word and translate its
meaning word by word; instead you would pick up phrases and understand
the entire phrase instantaneously. In this way your language develops
in leaps and bounds.
This process absorbs you completely in Hindi speaking environment. It
helps you learn quickly and you can easily retain what you learn,
because you would be facing the same phrases and sentences wherever
you go. There would be no need to memorize what you have learned. No
other method of learning a new language would be so interesting and
enjoyable. Moreover, learning a language in its native environment
offers an extraordinary insight into its culture and tradition. After
all, Culture mainly relates to the way people interact with each other
and behave in particular situations. The use of idioms, humor, body
language, moral values and personal concerns presented by the language
- all offer a deeper understanding of the society and the culture.
That is why the language is an inseparable part of any culture. Thus,
you would gradually come closer to, and become a part of the Indian
culture with the Hindi training program of volunteering India.