Translation: English to Hindi (or Eastern-Indian Language)
Category: Relationships and Society > Cultures
Asked by: megahog-ga
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16 May 2006 13:39 PDT
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Question ID: 729472
Could you please translate the following words from English to Hindi (if possible), or some other related Eastern-Indian Language: "Let the sun shine again" "May the clouds break, and the sun shine free, may the sky bring joy to you." "let the sun warm your soul" Also, can you give us information on how to pronounce - or where we can find pronounciation?
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Re: Translation: English to Hindi (or Eastern-Indian Language)
From: imrags-ga on 15 Jun 2006 00:33 PDT
if u want a literary translation in hindi, here it goes: Suraj ko phirse chamakne do Baadalon ko tootne do aur sooraj ko aazaad chamakne do yeh aasmaan aapko khushiyan de Yeh suraj aapki aatma ko garam kare... a better version would be:: Ye suraj phir se ubarke aaye, baadal bikharjaayen aur suraj ki kirne aazaadise jagmagaa uthe.... yeh aasmaan aapo dher saari khushiyan sametkar laayen yeh sooraj aapki rooh ko garmahat pahuchaaye.. the best thing while pronouncing this would be to prounounce a short vowel when ther's one 'a' & pronounce it long when there's 2 'a's . Best is to make someone who knows hindi read it :)
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