Wanem Hindi Dictionary 2.0 is such a tool, comprised of an offline database with Hindi and Dictionary words. It has two modes available, whether you want to translate Hindi to English or vice versa.
During setup, the app offers to associate itself with .mdb-formatted files as well as to automatically run every time you turn on the computer. It's wrapped in a clean and intuitive interface, where the default dictionary mode is set to Hindi-to-English.
Add new words to the dictionary
A basic search function is put at your disposal so that you can swiftly find a word and its meaning. If, by any chance, some words cannot be found here, then you have the possibility of adding new words to the database, especially if you plan on frequently using this program.
Hindi language rules can be studied when it comes to pronunciation, punctuation, irregular verbs, conversation, letter and essay writing, and symbols. The PC can be shut down immediately without leaving Wanem Hindi Dictionary's interface. As far as configuration options are concerned, you can change the font and meaning colors.
Flawed but decent Hindi-to-English dictionary app
All characters from the Kruti Dev font can be examined in a table. However, there are no options implemented for copying or inserting the characters in documents. It seems that a text-to-speech function has been created too but doesn't deliver the output automatically. Instead, you can send text to the developer and wait for the human response (we can only assume this because we haven't noticed a box for entering your own email address to receive responses, unless you wish to only send feedback).
Taking everything into account, Wanem Hindi Dictionary has several flaws but seems to be a promising dictionary tool. We're looking forward to an automatic text-to-speech function, among other improvements.