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The name Hindi comes from the Persian word Hind, which means "country of the Indus."

In India, Hindi is the most commonly spoken language, one might even say it's the most popular. Most of the northern part of the country respects and speaks Hindi as their mother tongue. It is used for the most basic form of expression in our country. The term Hindi comes from the Persian word Hind, which means "country of the Indus."

Nepal, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, Suriname, Fiji, and Mauritius are among the countries that speak the language. Every year, International Hindi Day or World Hindi Day is observed to promote Hindi language around the world.

"A country that does not take pride in its language and literature cannot grow," Dr. Rajendra Prasad famously observed.

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Hindi is one of India's most frequently spoken languages, and it has its own day, known as Hindi Diwas. On September 14, a special day is commemorated to honour the acceptance of Devnagari script Hindi as one of India's official languages in several Hindi-speaking states.

Hindi was designated as one of India's two official languages by the Constituent Assembly in 1949, thanks to the efforts of Beohar Rajendra Simha and others.

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How is World Hindi Day commemorated?

On this day, most schools and universities around the country encourage students to participate in literary and cultural activities such as poetry contests, essays, and letter writing competitions.

What is Vishwa Hindi Diwas, and why is it celebrated?

Vishwa Hindi Diwas, or World Hindi Day, is observed every year on January 10th to commemorate the inaugural World Hindi Conference, which took place in 1975. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi opened the inaugural World Hindi Conference. World Hindi Conferences have been held in Mauritius, the United Kingdom, Trinidad & Tobago, and the United States since 1975.

Hindi Language This special day has been observed on the same date to promote the language as a worldwide language.Times Now/wikipedia

Former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh commemorated World Hindi Day for the first time on January 10th, 2006. Since then, the special day has been observed on the same date to promote the language as a worldwide language.

What distinguishes National Hindi Diwas from World Hindi Day?

After English and Mandarin, Hindi is one of the world's most frequently spoken languages. Following English, Mandarin, and Spanish as a linguistic variant, Hindi is the world's fourth most spoken language. Hindi is also a direct descendent of a pre-Vedic Sanskrit dialect.
Every year on September 14th, Hindi Diwas commemorates the designation of Hindi as the national language of India. Meanwhile, the World Hindi Conference, also known as the Vishva Hindi Sammelan, will be held on January 10th.

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Every year, Hindi Diwas is commemorated. Every three years, the World Hindi Conference is held.

History and Importance of Hindi Diwas

The Constituent Assembly of India chose Hindi as one of the two official languages of the Republic of India, thanks to the efforts of Beohar Rajendra Simha, Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, Kaka Kalelkar, Maithili Sharan Gupt, and Seth Govind Das.

Beohar Rajendra Simha celebrated his 50th birthday on September 14, 1949, when his efforts culminated in the establishment of Hindi as an official language. As a result, this day has been designated as Hindi Diwas. The ruling was eventually overturned by India's constitution, which was ratified on January 26, 1950. Under Article 343 of the Constitution, Hindi written in Devnagari script was proclaimed one of the official languages.

(Keywords: World Hindi Day, National Hindi day, January 10, Indian Constitution)


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