There are some words in Hindi, which are beautiful and cannot be translated into English. We can only describe the meaning of the word in a sentence but there are no exact replacements in English. In India, we use some Hindi words as it is even in our English documents to keep up their sanctity.
Viraha - the realization of love through separation
Akashvani - celestial announcement ( voice from skies)
Maya - The illusion or deceptive appearance of this physical world. Acts of God which cannot be understood by humans.
Pushpanjali - Pushpa- flowers; Anjali - folded hands - Folded hands with full of flowers
Gagansparsh - Touching the sky; rising so high
Chinmaya - Supreme bliss and ecstasy
Shubharambh - Auspicious beginning
Raabta - Connection between two souls which is beyond explanation
Jijivisha - The strong desire to live and continue living
Indriya - All the five senses put together
Kanyadaan - To give away the bride on the day of the wedding
Jazba - Strong desire or passion
Intezaar - Waiting for something/someone in hopeful anticipation
Rakhi - A silk thread or string that a sister ties around his brother's hand strengthening their bond.
Guzarish - An earnest or humble request
Moksha - Liberation of a soul from the eternal cycle of birth and death