Hindi Programming Language

Full featured Compiler written in .NET Framework with debugging support, user-manuals and video tutorials.


The SKTN Hindi Programming Language (HPL) is a programming language in Hindi targeting the huge base of over 100 million Hindi speaking population. The language and the accompanying IDE (Integrated Development Environment) are released on August 29, 2007.

However yet it supports only console applications but soon it is planned to support Windows Forms etc. The IDE and the compiler is built with .NET Framework 2.0 and thus designed primarily for Windows platform. The programs are compiled to Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL) that can run on any machine where .NET runtime 2.0 is installed.


The SKTN Hindi Programming Language is primarily developed for imparting basic programming knowledge to those who are new to programming and are less comfortable with English, so that they can use their native language to understand the concepts of programming and undertake SKTN Hindi Programming Language as their first step towards the field of programming. The language and the associated IDE are to be kept as a freeware forever.


System Requirements: Windows 2000 SP3 / Windows XP SP2 / Windows Vista / Windows 7

Click here to start download (includes Integrated Development Environment, complete Language Reference and Help Files).


The main help manual is included with the download. Here are some video tutorials I made to ease out things for beginners. Double click on video while it is playing to go full-screen.

Tutorial 1: Hello World

Tutorial 2: Using Numbers

Tutorial 3: Using Strings

Tutorial 4: Booleans & Simple Conditions

Tutorial 5: Using Conditions

Tutorial 6: Using Repetitions Part 1

Tutorial 7: Using Repetitions Part 2

Tutorial 8: Others Commands

Tutorial 9: Selections

Tutorial 10: Functions

Tutorial 11: Groups