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Explanation: As a rule, greetings such as 'hi' do not have a cultural equivalent in Gujarati or hindi. They are either replaced by 'Namaste' or by various greetings associated with 'good morning/good evening'.
'Hi' could be appropriately replaced by 'kem chho' [How are you?], a standard mode of address in Gujarati.
Roomy Naqvy India Local time: 09:09 Native speaker of: Hindi PRO pts in pair: 8