Use multiple languages to speak to Siri in India
You can ask Siri to call someone, set timers and alarms, send messages, open apps, and more using English mixed with Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Bengali, Marathi, Punjabi, Malayalam, or Gujarati.
Siri can recognize multiple languages in India on all of your Apple devices. To get started, just set the language that Siri uses to English (India). Then ask Siri something.
You can use a mix of languages to ask Siri to do things. But the text you tell Siri to write, such as in a message or a note, must be in English.
If your device supports using Siri hands-free, then say "Hey Siri." If it doesn't, then you can use Siri with just a press of a button. Learn how to activate Siri on your device.
Make a call
Want to FaceTime a friend, or check your missed calls? Siri can help. Say "Hey Siri," then say something like:
"Mom ko call karo"
"Ajay ge FaceTime maadu"
"Missed calls choopinchu"
Want to know what time the grocery store closes? Or need to get home? Just ask Siri. Say "Hey Siri," then you can ask things like:
"Amar kachhakachhi bakery dekhao"
"Vadodara ketalu door che"
"Mujhe ghar le chalo"
Already know what you want to listen to? Then ask Siri to play it. Say "Hey Siri," then say something like:
"Badshah de gaane bajao"
"Volume jasti maadu"
"Ennoda favorite playlist podu"
"Hey gaane skip kar"
Check the weather
Want to know if you should wear a coat or bring an umbrella? Just ask Siri. Say "Hey Siri," then say something like:
"Ajj da mausam kiven da hai"
"Sunday ko weather kaisa rahega"
"Coimbatore vaanilai enna"
Siri features might vary by country or region.