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|English to Hindi translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Welcome (as used in a sign on a business or home)|
|I can't display Devanagari text, so please spell it phonetically in Roman letters. Thanks!|
you can also say 'aapka swagat hai' which roghly means we welcome you .
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Local time: 03:21
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Swagat/Aapka Swagat hai
Well, if you just need to put the sign 'welcome' on a door, then 'swagat' would be appropriate.
However, if you need to tell someone 'welcome/you are welcome', then you need to use 'aapka swagat hai'.
If you need the same in Hindi script, do let me know. I am sure I am upload it on my website.
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Native speaker of: Hindi
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