Indian greeting namaste goes global

‘Namaste’ in Different languages
Indian greeting Namaste goes global

 

‘NAMASTE ‘ become India’s next main export. In the age of pandemics and novel corona viruses, it’s better to be safe than sorry.

If you want to say a ‘Namaste’ to somebody who does not know your language or you are simply curious how the word sounds in different languages …

Here it is ….. How Do You Say “Namaste” In different Indian Languages.

Assamese: Namoskar

Bengali: Nomoshkar/ Namoshkaar/Nomoshkaar

Bodo: Gojown Fwi

Dogri: Namaste ji

Gujrati: Namaste

Hindi: Namaskar

Kannada: Namaskara

Kashmiri: Namaskar

Konkani: Namaskara

Maithili: Pranaam

Malayalam: Namaskaram

Manipuri: Khurumjari

Marathi: Namskaar

Nepali: Namaskaram

Odia: Namascara

Santali: Henda Ho

Sindhi: Salaam

Tamil: Vanakkam

Telugu: Namaskaram

Urdu: Aadaab

Goan Konkani: Bondiya which is originally  “Bom Dia” in Portuguese (It doesn’t exactly means Namaste)

Rajasthani: Khamma Ghani/Ghani Khamma (It doesn’t exactly means Namaste)

Asamese: Nomoskaar

Bhojpuri/Awadhi: Paon lagi (I touch your feet)

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