Language/Haryanvi/Vocabulary/How-to-Say-Hello-and-Greetings

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🤗 Haryanvi Greetings for Everyday Life
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Hi Haryanvi learners! 😃


Haryanvi is a language spoken in India and considered to be the northernmost variety of Hindi. Haryanvi is written with the Devanagari alphabet, and is used in films, TV, music and education.

Greetings are an important part of any language because they allow you to connect and communicate with others.

If you’re planning a trip in India or are trying to learn Haryanvi, keep reading to discover some of the most important greetings.


Let’s get started! 🤗

Greetings[edit | edit source]

English Haryanvi (Transliteration) Haryanvi (Devanagari script)
general greeting Namaste नमस्ते
how are you? Aur ke halchal hai? PLEASE COMPLETE
reply to Aur ke halchal hai Me teek thak PLEASE COMPLETE
How are you? Ke dhang se? के ढंग स ?
How are you? Ke haal - chaal? के हाल-चाल ?
How are you? aur tai aale suna de? और र्ताइ आले सूणा दे
How are you? Ke gyan se? के ग्यान स ?
How are you? Aur suna manas? और सूणा माणस ?
how are you? Ke haal se? PLEASE COMPLETE
how are you? in the Jatu dialect Ki gyan sai? PLEASE COMPLETE
how are you? in the Jatu dialect Tu kaisa sai? PLEASE COMPLETE
Where are you going? Tonn kitt jave se? PLEASE COMPLETE
What is your name? Kae naam se tera? PLEASE COMPLETE
What's going on? K chal rahya se? PLEASE COMPLETE
I don't know. Manne koni beraa. PLEASE COMPLETE

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