English-Hindi, Hindi-English: With Romanized Pronunciation

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Joseph W. Raker, Ramāśaṅkara Śukla
Hippocrene Books, 1995 - Foreign Language Study - 762 pages
Hindi is the most widely-spoken language in the Republic of India, and Hindi speakers can also be found in Mauritius, Fiji and Trinidad. This Hindi dictionary features over 30,000 entries, with a guide to transliteration for students or travellers to any of these regions.

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