From the site:

"We are happy to announce that “A Door Into Hindi,” the interactive, multimedia Elementary Hindi learning website, is partially on line and available now. We invite you to explore the website and try out the various lessons and learning resources.

By the terms of our Department of Education Grant, this entire site is available to anyone in the world, at no charge. You are encouraged to use any of the materials in this site in your Hindi classes and we ask you to send us your feedback and your students’ comments.

The site will ultimately consist of 24 video-based lessons with accompanying scrolling texts, grammar notes, glossaries, cultural notes, “video-professors,” and other learning resources. All 24 lesson videos were filmed in India and Pakistan over the past two years, and editing is currently in progress. The lessons are coming on line over the course of this year, with approximately one new lesson coming up each week. Lessons 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 are ready now. Lesson 7 will come up this month. The review lessons (4, 8, 12, etc.) are not available yet, but these do not include any new grammar information. Additional learning resources and exercises are being added on an on-going basis."


This site has some pretty good videos for people to get acquainted with some basic conversational Hindi.

There are some dead links and some pages that don't work, but the lessons that do have videos are worth checking out, especially if you are a beginner.

There is also written materials available, including some matching games and other such activities.

Visit A Door into Hindi.