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Explanation: Shubha Prabhat is the literal translation of Good Morning.
Shubha meaning Good, and Prabhat meaning Morning.
But this greeting is rarely used in everyday conversation in India.
Rather Namaskaar/Namaste is a common way of greeting in Hindi at any time of the day.
And "Vanakkam" is a greeting used in Southern India. It is not a word in Hindi language.