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Answer to "Shukria" in hindi

Hi, everyone! How do I answer when someone thanks me, like "Shukria", in hindi? (That would correspond to "You´re welcome", in english).
Shukria!

For learning: Hindi
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    What about "Koi baat nahi, anytime"? meaning "No problem, anytime" (Although this sounds informal)

    Or you can also use the english "you're welcome"... I think most of the people in India would use this instead of the actual Hindi form....

    you are welcome - aapka swagat hain

    but usually in Hindi culture we never reply like "aap ka swagat hain (you are welcome) " when some one say " sukriya (thanks)" . you can just smile if you are infront of person.

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