Hindi-Sanskrit: The hybrid mixture of Hindi and Sanskrit
which is the official language of the Indian Union;
officially known as `Khari Boli' or `Modern Standard Hindi'.
Hindiwallah: A person from a Hindi-speaking state,
mainly applied to the Brahmins and Banias, who are usually the
most vigorous supporters of the language.
Hindistan or Hindia: The Hindi-speaking states of UP, MP, Bihar,
Rajasthan and HP. Rajasthan still has a strong indigenous
culture, whence it is sometimes not included.
Hindustan: `Land of All Hindus', as opposed to Hindistan, the Hindi
Dalitstan: The regions historically known as
Jharkhand, Chhatisgarh and Gondwana which are dominated by Dalits,
or Black Untouchables.
Akhand Bharat: Hindi term for the Brahmanic chauvinist concept of a
`Greater India' including
Pakistan, Bangladesh, Burma, Afghanistan and Tibet.