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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.

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Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu said that the New Education Policy (NEP) follows the 'Nai Talim' (new education) of Mahatma Gandhi

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday said that the New Education Policy (NEP) follows the 'Nai Talim' (new education) of Mahatma Gandhi by giving importance to the mother tongue as the medium of instruction at school level.

Addressing the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi University, Wardha, the Vice President recalled that the 'Nai Talim' proposed by Mahatma Gandhi in Wardha in 1937 laid emphasis on making mother tongue as the medium of instruction in addition to free compulsory education and skill training to the students.

"Our Constituent Assembly, after a long debate, accepted Hindi as the official language and also accorded constitutional status to other Indian languages in the eighth schedule. Noting that every Indian language has a glorious history and rich literature. We are fortunate to have linguistic diversity in our country. Our linguistic diversity is our strength as our languages symbolise our cultural unity," Naidu said.

Referring to Mahatma Gandhi's views on language, he said that for Mahatma Gandhi, the question of language was a question of national unity. "Even after insisting on Hindi, Mahatma Gandhi understood the sensitivity of every citizen to his mother tongue. Gandhiji associated mother tongue with Swaraj and called for according due importance to it," he said.

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regaining our independence back from the British without wars or using violence, and by the simple dharma of non-violence.

OṀ (AUM) -PRA-PAN-CHA-KHYAA-TI-BHOO-MYAI—NA-MA-HA

ॐ प्रपञ्चख्यातिभूम्यै नमः

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Different currencies of the world having images of significance printed on them

Well, the primary purpose of putting images of different monuments, animals, sites, temples, persons, etc. is to show the country's rich culture and biodiversity to the world. And so, images which are printed on the Indian currency have their own story and significance.

Let us now find out which Indian currency has which image printed on it!

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