The literal translation of 'Hello' would be 'ওহে' as written in some books. But none of us actually use it. 'How are you?' is translated as 'কেমন আছেন?' (if you're not too close with the speaker or he/she is elder than you or superior to you), 'কেমন আছ?' (if you're close with the speaker or he/she is younger than you or if you're friends with the speaker), 'কেমন আছিস?' (if you're really close friends with the speaker or childhood friends... Elders often speak to their little ones with affection in this manner... It's considered rude if you speak in this way to your elders or unfamiliar persons.) Often religious type of greetings like আসসালামু আলাইকুম or নমস্কার or আদাব are used as the counterpart of 'Hello'. Eye gestures are often used between friends or same aged persons as the counterpart also.
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