The Power to Learn is Yours

     

Thanks to our new booking system, you have the power to book your own group classes and private lessons or purchase memberships.      

Intensive Elementary Hindi

 

 

Are you a beginner wanting to fast track your progress in Hindi.  Join our 60-hour intensive course and take your Hindi to the next level in just four weeks.  Our next batch starts 11 February.

 

 

 

Intensive Lower Intermediate Hindi

     

 

Sixty class hours in one month will certainly take your Hindi to the next level.  Our next course starts on 4 February.      

Hindi for Beginners

   

 

Have a tight schedule during the say? Looking for early morning classes? Get started with our Hindi for beginners course starting 11 February.      

Learn Nastaliq

 

 

Learn the Urdu script in just 7.5 hours over five consecutive Fridays with our Certificate in Urdu Script course starting on 2 February.      

Zabaan is coming to Juhu, Mumbai!

 

We are excited to announce the opening of our second centre in India. In Juhu we’ll be teaching Hindi, Marathi, English and Urdu!

 
Launch Date: 25 March 2019

Success Stories

As Delhi’s premier foreign language school, Zabaan provides high-quality instruction in more than fifteen languages — both modern and classical — originating from South Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. United by a passion for language learning and decades of collective teaching experience, Zabaan’s multinational team of teachers has a proven track record of success in achieving proficiency for their students.

Evening Group Courses

Designed specifically for the working professional or full-time student, our 90-minute evening group classes are held after working hours twice a week for ten weeks so you can achieve your language proficiency goals without disrupting your busy schedule.

Intensive Courses

If you want to fast track your language learning, our intensive courses cover more ground in less time.  Ideal for students who wish to be fully immersed, these courses are offered every weekday for four intense weeks.

Private Lessons

For students with specific goals or a unique schedule, private lessons are custom tailored to improve your language skills at a pace and learning style that’s right for you. Lesson plans and materials are custom designed to fit your needs and help you reach your goals.

Online Lessons

No matter where you are in the world, you can benefit from Zabaan’s full range of course offerings and private lessons.  Zabaan accommodates your schedule arranging sessions on Google+ or Skype.

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