Myanmar Capital in HindiThe capital of Myanmar in Hindi
Hindustani in Myanmar (Burma)
Out of all Hindi-speaking people who live outside India, the vast majority can be found in the neighbouring nations of Bangladesh, Myanmar, Pakistan, Nepal and Afghanistan. Also in other nations there are large Hindi societies. Like most migrating groups in India, Hindi spokespersons tend to gather where other Hindi spokespersons exist.
Hindi " does not describe the ethnical and societal complexities of these individuals sufficiently, since it is only a linguistic differentiation. The Hindi Indians are in fact an accumulation of ethnical and societal groups. Not only do they share a shared tongue, they also have a feeling of "group identity" founded on culturally and historically important elements, as well as a Hindu-Muslim rivality in traditional religions.
Mostly the higher cast and cultured persons are leaving India and migrating to other states. Whilst most have maintained different facets of Hindi civilization, they have also come under foreign influences in many areas. The Indo-Artian Hindi is an Indian tongue. Much of Hindi is Sanskrit and is in Devanagari writing.
In the past there were enormous clashes between the Urdu spokespersons (mostly Muslims) and the Hindi spokespersons (mostly Hindus). In 1947 this resulted in the division of Pakistan and India. There have been hard linguistic and worship frictions between the two groups ever since. The Hindi became the official tongue of India and Urdu the Pakistani one.
Nevertheless, there are still many Muslims in Pakistan who are speaking Hindi and are now known as" Indo-Pakistani". "Unfortunately, the Indo-Pakistani were suffering a lot during the period of Pakistan's and India's division. Hindi spokespersons are grouped into a number of genetic groups. Casts are cultural groups that are not only founded on professions, but also on traditions, ways and practices.
" This is done by accepting the way of living, habits and even the speech of a higher class; however, they rarely marry. The Hindi languages are the languages of economy, training and journalists. The Hindi spokesmen in their new lands have established in every major metropolis India seasoning outlets, videotheques and small industrial enterprises.
A few who are living in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh are peasants. Hindi people living in clay houses, the richest in multi-storey cements. At their new sites, Hindi loudspeakers are becoming increasingly western. Hindi Muslims still adhere to the traditions of PURDHA, which presents the cover of their whole body, especially their eye, as a feeling of serenity.
Most Hindi practitioners practise Hinduism, which is seen more as a way of life than a form of worship. Hindi voices have both the Bible and the Jesus movie available in their own languages. Muslims also need a manifestation of the Trinity and the truth of the Word of God. Ask the Lord to bring up those who are ready to dwell among the Hindi and divide Christ's charity with them.
Praying for the efficacy of the Jesus movie and other Hindi Christians as well. Ask God to educate Christians and business people to live the Gospel with the Hindi. Ask the Lord to establish powerful Hindi communities of faithful to the honor of His name!