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Top 45 Ways How to Say Thank You in Hindi: Learning the Basics

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If you think you’re a polite person, you should learn to say thank you, and you’re welcome right away in Hindi. There are many different ways to say thank you in Hindi, just like there are many different ways to say “thank you” in English. This vital word can be used daily, and it’s great to know the correct phrase for every situation.

The most common way to say “thank you” in Hindi is probably already familiar to you: (dhanyavaad). We’ll talk about different ways to say “thank you” that can be used in various situations. We’ll also talk about how to say “you’re welcome” in Hindi without sounding like a robot by saying “you’re welcome” precisely the same way every time.

How to Say Thank You in Hindi?

It is common in most cultures to show gratitude in some way. According to the dictionary, gratitude is “the quality of being thankful; the willingness to show appreciation and repay kindness.” The “glue” that keeps relationships together is often a sincere, grateful response to what someone does or says. In most places, this is true! Doing this in a different country also shows that you respect and value the culture there. Words have much power, so use these often and with sincerity.

There are many ways to say “thank you” in Hindi. Besides the common ” (dhanyavaad), there are several other ways to say “thank you” that can be helpful for English speakers traveling to India. Many people speak Hindi, so in just a few minutes, you can say thanks to a big chunk of the world’s population!

So, how do you say ‘Thank you in Hindi? It’s easy to learn! Here are the most common ways Hindi speakers say “Thank you” in different situations and the correct way to say them.

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Top 45 Ways How to Say Thank you in Hindi At a Glance

English

Hindi

Thanks

शुक्रिया (Shukriyaa)

Thank you

धन्यवाद (dhanyavaad)

Thank you

थैंक्यू (thainkyoo)

I’m Thankful To You

मैं आपका आभारी हूँ (main aapaka aabhaaree hoon)

Thank you very much

आपका बहुत बहुत धन्यवाद (aapaka bahut bahut dhanyavaad)

Many thanks

बहुत धन्यवाद (bahut dhanyavaad)

Have many thanks

बहुत धन्यवाद (bahut dhanyavaad)

Thank you kindly

बहुत धन्यवाद (bahut dhanyavaad)

I’m fine thank you 

मैं ठीक हूं धन्यवाद (main theek hoon dhanyavaad)

That’s very kind of you

यह आपका बड़प्पन है (yah aapkaa baṅappaN hai)

Thanks for your kind words

आपके संवेदनापूर्ण शब्दों के लिए धन्यवाद (aapake sanvedanaapoorn shabdon ke lie dhanyavaad)

Thank you for the gift

आपके उपहार के लिए धन्यवाद (aapke uphaar ke liye dhanyavaad)

Thank you for coming today

आज आने के लिए आपका धन्यवाद (aaj aane ke lie aapaka dhanyavaad)

Thank you for your consideration

आपके विचार करने के लिए धन्यवाद (aapake vichaar karane ke lie dhanyavaad)

Teachers like you are not easy to find

आप जैसे शिक्षकों को ढूंढना आसान नहीं है (aap jaise shikshakon ko dhoondhana aasaan nahin hai)

Thank you for spending time with us

हमारे साथ समय बिताने के लिए धन्यवाद (hamaare saath samay bitaane ke lie dhanyavaad)

You’re the best teacher ever!

आप अब तक के सबसे अच्छे शिक्षक हैं! (aap ab tak ke sabase achchhe shikshak hain!)

I have learned so much thanks to you

आपकी वजह से मैंने बहुत कुछ सीखा है (aapkii vajah Se maiNe bahuT kuch Siikhaa hai)

Thank you so much for coming

आने के लिए बहुत बहुत धन्यवाद (aane ke lie bahut bahut dhanyavaad)

Thank you for being patient and helping me improve

धैर्य रखने और मुझे बेहतर बनाने में मदद करने के लिए धन्यवाद (dhairy rakhane aur mujhe behatar banaane mein madad karane ke lie dhanyavaad)

Heartfelt thanks

हार्दिक धन्यवाद (haardik dhanyavaad)

I would like to thank you sincerely

मैं आपको तहे दिल से धन्यवाद देना चाहता हूं (main aapako tahe dil se dhanyavaad dena chaahata hoon)

Thanks a million

बहुत – बहुत धन्यवाद (bahut – bahut dhanyavaad)

Thanks for everything

सबके लिए धन्यवाद (sabake lie dhanyavaad)

Thank you everyone

आप सभी को धन्यवाद (aap sabhee ko dhanyavaad)

Thank God

‘शुक्र है’(shukr hai)

Thanks to

की बदौलत (kee badaulat)

Best Thanks

सर्वश्रेष्ठ धन्यवाद (sarvashreshth dhanyavaad)

Thank you that’s nice

धन्यवाद यह अच्छा है (dhanyavaad yah achchha hai)

I give you my thanks

मैं आपको धन्यवाद देता हूं (main aapako dhanyavaad deta hoon)

Thank you, that’s very kind of you

धन्यवाद यह आपकी सदाशयता है (dhanyavaad yah aapakee sadaashayata hai)

Many thanks again

पुनः बहुत धन्यवाद (punah bahut dhanyavaad)

Thanks a lot

बहुत धन्यवाद (bahut dhanyavaad)

I thank you

मैं आपका धन्यवाद करता हूँ (main aapaka dhanyavaad karata hoon)

Thank you so much dear brother

बहुत – बहुत शुक्रिया मेरे भाई(bahut – bahut shukriya mere bhaee)

Thank you so much dear sister

बहुत बहुत धन्यवाद दीदी (bahut bahut dhanyavaad deedee)

I offer my thanks

मैं अपना धन्यवाद देता हूं (main apana dhanyavaad deta hoon)

May God reward you for it

भगवान आपको इसके लिए पुरस्कृत करे (bhagavaan aapako isake lie puraskrt kare)

I thank them

मैं उनको धन्यवाद करता हूँ (main unako dhanyavaad karata hoon)

Many thanks for all

सभी के लिए बहुत धन्यवाद (sabhee ke lie bahut dhanyavaad)

Thanks, you too!

आपको भी धन्यवाद! (aapako bhee dhanyavaad!)

No, thanks

नहीं धन्यवाद (nahin dhanyavaad)

Thank you, my friend 

धन्यवाद मेरे दोस्त (dhanyavaad mere dost)

Thanks for your time

आपके समय के लिए धन्यवाद (aapake samay ke lie dhanyavaad)

Thanks for asking

पूछने के लिए धन्यवाद (poochhane ke lie dhanyavaad)

15 Ways to Say Thank You in Hindi

1. “Thanks”– शुक्रिया (Shukriyaa)

When someone does something nice for you or gives you something, you say “thank you” or, more casually, “thanks” to show your appreciation.

2. “Thank you” – धन्यवाद (dhanyavaad)

Dhanyavaad (): This is a more formal thank you that is said: “Dun-Yuh-Vahd.” It is used when talking to an elder or someone in a position of power. It can also show gratitude for something extra special, like getting a gift.

3. “Thank you” – थैंक्यू (thainkyoo)

Almost every language takes words and phrases from other languages, and Hindi is no different. This English word from Hindi is pronounced just like “thank you.” Since this isn’t “pure” Hindi, it’s less formal than the above options.

Also, it’s essential to know that English is one of India’s official languages, so many people will probably know this phrase even if they don’t speak English well.

4. “Thank you Very Much” – आपका बहुत बहुत धन्यवाद (aapaka bahut bahut dhanyavaad)

To say “thank you very much,” add “bahut” () before “dhanyavaad.” You can use the word “bahut” to say you are very thankful for something. This word means “a lot” or “very much” and is often used the way “very” is used in English.

5. “Thanks a lot” –  बहुत बहुत धन्यवाद (bahut bahut dhanyavaad)

This is the same as saying “Thank you,” but with more energy and excitement. It means almost the same thing in Hindi as “thank you so much.” Use this with your Hindi friends or teachers in a casual setting.

6. “That’s very kind of you” – यह आपका बड़प्पन है (yah aapkaa baṅappan hai)

This phrase is suitable to use when someone goes out of their way to help you or give you good service.

7. “Thank you for Coming today” – आज आने के लिए आपका धन्यवाद (aaj aane ke lie aapaka dhanyavaad)

If you’re meeting with Hindi speakers in a more formal setting, you should know this phrase to greet them. This is also an excellent way to greet your Hindi guests when throwing a party.

8. “Thank you for the gift” – आपके उपहार के लिए धन्यवाद (aapke uphaar ke liye dhanyavaad)

This is an excellent phrase to remember if someone gives you a gift. Saying these words will show that you care and are thankful.

9. “Thank you for Spending time with us” – हमारे साथ समय बिताने के लिए धन्यवाद (hamaare saath samay bitaane ke lie dhanyavaad)

Anyone hosting a meeting or party with Hindi speakers should know this! Use it when saying goodbye or wrapping up an appointment. It could also be an excellent way to show your Hindi teacher how much you appreciate her time.

10. “Thank God” – ‘शुक्र है’(shukr hai)

When you are pleased about something, you say “Thank God,” “Thank goodness,” or “Thank heavens.”

11. “You’re the best teacher ever” – आप सबसे अच्छे शिक्षक हैं aap SabSe acche siksak haĩ

This is another way to thank and compliment your teacher with much energy. It might brighten their day.

12. “Thanks to” – की बदौलत (kee badaulat)

If someone or something makes something happen, they are to blame for causing it.

13. Thank you for your consideration – आपके विचार करने के लिए धन्यवाद aapke vicaar karNe ke liye dhanyavaad

This is a more formal and almost solemn way to thank someone for being kind and thoughtful to you. It can also be used when you want a native speaker to think about something you’ve given them, like a job application, a project, or a proposal. In essence, you thank them for the time and effort they will or have already put into your submission.
Thank you for having patience with me and for helping me get better.

14. “Thank you for being patient and helping me improve” –  धैर्य रखने और मेरी मदद करने के लिए धन्यवाद dhairya rakhne aur merii madad karNe ke liye dhanyavaad

This phrase is another surefire way to win over any Hindi teacher, formal or not. Teaching is not easy, and a teacher often needs to have a lot of patience. Thank them for doing it. It’s also an excellent way to thank your trainer or boss if you work in India. You will go a long way toward becoming a popular employee if you show gratitude. Being grateful is one of the most attractive qualities in a person.

15. “Thank you for the kind words” –  आपके दयालु शब्द के लिए धन्यवाद (aapake dayaalu shabd ke lie dhanyavaad)

What does saying “thank you for your kind words” mean? When someone says something nice to you, you can say “Thank you for the kind words” to show your appreciation. You are telling them that you appreciate their kind words.

Conclusion

It’s polite to say “thank you” or “shukriyaa” to the shopkeeper or taxi driver. But using a lot of unnecessary niceties around your Indian friends is a surefire way to make them feel like formal business contacts. You’re friends! So don’t say “please” or “thank you.” If you want to show your friend how much you care, buy them a round of drinks. Tell them how much you value them. Be there for them when they need you, and stop by their store immediately. This is enough to show your friend how much you appreciate him or her without putting too much cold distance between you. Don’t worry; you’re family!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Thank you in Hindi

How do you say thank you in Hindu?

To offer a simple formal “thank you” in Hindi, say “dhanyavaad” (dhun-yuh-vaad). For close friends and family, you can say “shukriyaa” instead of “thank you” (shook-dee-ah).

Is it rude to say thank you in India?

In India, saying “thank you” is a big deal. If you say it incorrectly, it can sound rude and fake. Singh says that when people are thanked in India, they go above and beyond what is expected of them.

What is DHanyavaaD?

Thanks for the convention. When someone does something nice for you or gives you something, you say “thank you” or, more casually, “thanks” to show your appreciation.

What is hello in the Indian language?

Namaste is the most common way to greet everyone in India and Nepal (sounds like “nuhm-uh-stay”).

Is shukriya Hindi or Urdu?

It can be both a first name and a last name. It is also a word that means “Thank You” in the Urdu language (Urdu: ).

What is disrespectful in Indian culture?

People think that feet and shoes are dirty. It is rude to step on someone sitting or lying on the floor. Don’t touch anything with your feet, and don’t point the bottoms of your feet toward people or religious altars. To avoid this, sit cross-legged or kneel on the floor in a temple or other holy place.

What is Shukriya called in English?

Thank you for following the rules. When someone does something nice for you or gives you something, you say “thank you” or, more casually, “thanks” to show your appreciation.

What is Namaste in India?

It comes from the Sanskrit language and means “I bow to you.” You put your hands together at your heart, close your eyes, and bow.

How do you say thank you in South India?

Similar to how “please” is used, “thank you” is often said all over the country, especially in the south, where Hindi isn’t spoken as much. But the word “dhanyavad,” which means “thank you,” is good to know.

Is namaste Japanese or Indian?

Namaste is a common way to say goodbye or hello. It comes from the Hindus and Buddhists in Japan and the Indian Subcontinent. People usually say it as a greeting when they meet and as a farewell when they say goodbye.

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