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13:03 Apr 20, 2001
English to Hindi translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
English term or phrase:let's communicate peacefully through languages
Explanation: Aaiye bhashaaon ke maadhyam se shantipurvak vaartaalaap karen.
Let us use the medium of languages to have a peacful dialogue. The word "vaartaalaap" means getting to know each other through dialogue, so it may be a viable option.
I think abhisys's usage of "bhashaon ke dwara" is a good way to say "through languages", and you culd use either that or "bhashaon ke maadhyam se".
However, abhisys uses "shantipurvak baat karen" which means to talk peacefully, rather than communicate. Abhisys suggests the use of "sandesh dein" but his english translation of sandesh dein is wrong. "Sandesh dein" does not mean to exchange messages, it means to convey messages.