Hinglish, a portmanteau of the words Hindi and English, is the arbitrary usage of Hindi and English, combining both, in one sentence. This is more commonly seen in urban and semi-urban centers of population, but is slowly spreading its root into rural and remote areas via television and word of mouth, slowly achieving vernacular status. Many speakers do not realize that they are incorporating English words into Hindi sentences or Hindi words into English sentences.
* "pitaji, time kya hua hai?" (Father, what is the time right now?).
* "I have hazaar things on my mind right now." (I have thousands of things on my mind right now.)
* "I've a feeling, August, you're going to get hazaar f***ed in Madna." (starting line of English, August by Upamanyu Chatterjee)