Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Hindi Jokes - तिन सरदार ?

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संता, बंता और जंता तिन सरदारजी एक द्वीप पर अटक जाते है. वे तिनों मनसे भगवानको याद करते है और भगवान उनके सामने प्रगट हो जाते है. भगवान उन्हे एक इच्छीत वस्तू मांगनेके लिए बोलता है.

भगवान जब संताको अपनी इच्छा जाहिर करनेके लिए बोलता है तो संता मांगता है, ''भगवान मुझे बुद्धीमान बना दो ''

'' तथास्तू'' भगवान कहता है.

संता तैरकर उस द्वीपसे नदीके किनारे पहूंचता है.

अब दुसरा सरदार बंता अपनी इच्छा जाहिर करता है , '' भगवान मुझे संतासे जादा बुध्दीमान बना दो.''

'' तथास्तू'' भगवाने कहता है.

बंता एक नाव बनाकर नांवमें बैठकर द्वीपसे नदीके किनारेतक पहूंचता है.

अब तिसरा सरदार जंता अपनी इच्छा जाहिर करता है , '' भगवान मुझे संता और बंतासेभी बुध्दीमान बना दो''

'' तथास्तू'' भगवान कहता है.

जंता पुलपरसे चलते हूए नदीके किनारेतक पहूंचता है.

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Hindi is the name given to an Indo-Aryan language, or a dialect continuum of languages, spoken in northern and central India (the "Hindi belt")Native speakers of Hindi dialects between them account for 41% of the Indian population (2001 Indian census). That is the reason because of which the entertainment industry in India mainly use Hindi. And the idustry which is also called as bollywood is the second largest industry producing movies in the world. As defined in the Constitution, Hindi is the official language of India and is one of the 22 scheduled languages specified in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution. Official Hindi is often described as Modern Standard Hindi, which is used, along with English, for administration of the central government. Standard Hindi is a sanskritised register derived from the khari boli dialect. Urdu is a different, persianised, register of the same dialect. Taken together, these registers are historically also known as Hindustani.