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Hindi Lessons in Jaipur - ONLINE POSSIBLE!

 
It is also possible to book ONLINE Hindi Lessons with teachers out of Jaipur via Skype! Simply fill the Inquiry/Booking Form and mention "Online" in the comment box!
 
Hindi is spoken in most northern and central Indian states. After Chinese, Hindi is the second most spoken language in the world, ranking before Spanish and English. Besides English, it is an administrative language in India. More than 600 million people in India, Mauritius and Fiji use Hindi as their first or everyday language. Hindi is being written using the system Devanagari. In Jaipur, India, we offer Hindi language lessons.You can also combine Hindi language lessons with a volunteer assignment.
 

Learning Hindi in India

 
In Jaipur/India, we offer Hindi one-to-one lessons. All lessons can be specifically tailored to your level and interests. The teachers all have an Indian degree as an language teacher.
 
Classes usually take place in our office in Jaipur from Monday to Friday, but can also be held on weekends and at other locations, at the request of the student. Classes are available throughout the year on any date except for Indian public holidays. Teaching materials are included in the course fees.
 
At the end of the course, the student receives a certificate confirming the duration and content of the course.
 
You can separately book accommodation in our shared apartment or with host families. You can also do volunteer work in Jaipur in addition to Hindi lessons (see details below).
 
If several participants book together and have a comparable level and similar interests, they can also take the lessons together, but the prices per person do not change.
 

Hindi Language Lessons

 
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The course is aimed at language students of any level, from absolute beginners to advanced. Since these are one-to-one lessons, they can be tailored to your needs and interests.
 
In case of classes attended in Jaipur, you can decide whether you take lessons three times or five times per week for 60 minutes each.
 
3 times a week:
2 weeks (minimum duration): 250 EUR (a total of 6 hours)
Each additional week: 100 EUR (3 hours)
 
5 times a week:
2 weeks (minimum duration): 380 EUR (a total of 10 hours)
Each additional week: 130 EUR (5 hours
 
Online Lessons:
10 hours: 380 EUR. Any additional hour: 25 EUR.
 

Accommodation

 
At the 4-share dorm room of our shared apartment in Jaipur OR with host family (sharing twin or triple room):
 
For 2 weeks: 200 EUR
Any additional week: 70 EUR/Week
 
With host family (Single room):
 
For 2 weeks: 300 EUR
Any additional week: 100 EUR/Week
 
Single room at Guest House:
 
For 2 weeks: 380 EUR
Any additional week: 190 EUR/Week
 
 
For all accommodation options, the rates include full board (Indian food, 3 meals per day), airport transfers on arrival and departure in Jaipur, a local coordinator, and 24 hour emergency assistance.
 

Volunteering

 
Besides attending your English language lessons, you can make good use of your time in Jaipur by doing volunteer work. Possible volunteering activites include Teaching at a Community School for Children and Adolescents, Special Education, Construction & Renovation, Women's Empowerment, Animal Shelter, Sports (Hockey, Cricket, Football, Badminton, Basketball, Tennis, Athletics), Social Work, and Nursing & Healthcare.
 
One of our team members will introduce you to the volunteer project activity and support you.
 
Surcharge for volunteering in Jaipur (in addition to language lessons):
 
2 weeks: 150 EUR
Each additional week: 50 EUR
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Location: Jaipur, India
Availability: all around the year
Minimum duration: 2 Weeks
Accommodation:
Shared apartment, host family

Rates: See text above

 
 
 

Accommodation in Jaipur

 

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Shared serviced apartment in Jaipur

 
The shared serviced apartment in Jaipur is located in a 4 storey residential building in a residential area of good standards, in walking distance from shopping malls, parks, and public transport.
 
A maximum of 12 participants are sharing the apartment, staying at shared rooms (4-share), which are separated by gender. The apartment furthermore has 2 bathrooms with a hot and cold shower, a kitchen, a communal space with fridge and cable TV, a balcony, and a rooftop. There is free Wifi.
 
3 Indian meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) are served at the house and are included in the rent. At least once per week an activity is offered  to our participants in Jaipur at no extra cost, such as Indian dance, cooking lessons, Yoga, or Hindi lessons. The house manager Pooja (who on the pictures is wearing a yellow t-shirt) also stays at the apartment and is your contact person.
 

Host Family in Jaipur

 
You will staying with an Indian host family who will serve you 3 meals per day. You will share your room either with another participant of the same gender or, in case of younger participants, share with a teenage child of your host family ("Host brother"/"host sister"). Single room accommodation is possible at a little extra. Staying with a host family, you can also join at least once per week an activity such as Indian dance, cooking lessons, Yoga, or Hindi lessons, at no extra charge.

 
 

Rajasthan - The Land of the Kings

 
Rajasthan is located in the North-West of India and means "Land of the Kings". More than 2500 years ago, tribes built cities, and kingdoms were formed, which existed until the British colonial time in the 19th century. The largest state of India, in terms of area, is determined by the landscapes of the Thar Desert and the Aravalli Range, which are rich in forts and palaces of the Rajput kings. Due to its natural beauty and cultural heritage, Rajasthan is today, one of India's most popular travel destinations. Jaipur is part of the so-called "Golden Triangle", consisting of the cities of Agra (Taj Mahal), Delhi and Jaipur, which is part of every round trip in northern India.
 
 
Jaipur is known as the "Pink City" due to the dominant color of its buildings. The 3 million-people city has numerous forts, palaces and temples. Jaipur is also known for its jewelry industry. More than 14,000 people produce jewelery made of metal, stone and rubber lacquer, typically at small backyard workshops, which are sold all over the world.
 
Jodhpur is called the "blue city" due to the colour of its houses. The city is overlooked by the mighty Meherangarh Fort. There is also a university in Jodhpur.
 
Setrawa is a village in the Thar desert, located around 100 km north of Jodhpur. A problem in Rajasthan is the scarcity of water. In the Thar desert, the only annual rains pour down in the form of heavy thunderstorms during the months of July to September, when temperatures normally go up to 50 degree Celsius. Traditionally, the water of these hot summer months are stored in ponds that are the shape of a half moon, called Johad. In the patriarchal society of the rural regions, women are denied access to education and social life.
 

Our Coordinator in Rajasthan

 
In Jaipur, Hasmik with her team will welcome you and provide support for you. In Jodphur and Setrawa our coordinator is Govind from Sambhali Trust.
 

Recreational Activities in Rajasthan

 
Jaipur and Jodhpur can count with a large number of forts, palaces, temples, historical and natural history museums, and gardens and parks that you can visit. At both cities you can also take part in yoga classes, cooking lessons, Indian dance session, and join other cultural activities.
 
It is of course also recommended to travel around other parts of Rajasthan.
 

Music Video with the girls of Sambhali Trust in Jodhpur

 
In this music video, shot on the streets of Jodhpur, the girls of Sambhali Trust (with whom we arrange volunteering) sing and play. It communicates very well the mood of the city of Jodhpur!
 
 
 

Video of Setrawa/Sambhali Trust

 
Karina and Kerry, volunteers from South Africa, speak about their experience in the school of Sambhali Trust in the desert village of Setrawa. They also tell about life in the village.
 
 
 
 
 

Getting To Jaipur, Jodhpur and Setrawa

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Jaipur: Jaipur has a large international airport. It is best if you book your flight directly there. From Jaipur Airport (JAI) our local team will pick you up and bring you to your accommodation in Jaipur.
 
Jodhpur: You book a flight to Jodhpur (JDH) where you will be picked up from the airport by our local team and taken to your accommodation in Jodhpur.
 
Setrawa: You will book a flight to Jodhpur (JDH) where you will be picked up from the airport by our local team. You willI spend the first 1-2 days in Jodhpur, where you get an introduction and will then be driven to Setrawa.
 
 
 
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