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HINDI DIWAS

Agencies The constitution of India adopted Hindi written in Devnagari script as the official language of the country under Article 343 back in January 1950. With this, both Hindi and English began to be used officially at the Union Government of India level. Hindi Diwas is observed on the 14th of September each year as on this date in the year 1949 the Constituent Assembly of India adopted our mother tongue as the nation’s official language. The Constituent Assembly of India adopted Hindi as the official language of the Republic of India on the 14th of September 1949. However, the idea of using it as the official language was sanctioned by the Constitution of the country on 26th January 1950. The original day of adopting Hindi as the official language is observed as Hindi Diwas. Hindi Diwas is celebrated to rejoice the day Hindi became the official language of our country. It is also observed each year to stress upon the importance of Hindi and promote it amid the generation which is way too impressed with English. It is a way of reminding the youth about their roots. No matter where we reach and what we do, if we remain grounded and in-sync with our roots, we stay unshakable. Each year, the day reminds us of our true identity and unites us with the people of our country. No matter, wherever we go our language, culture and values must stay intact and the day serves as a reminder for the same. Hindi Diwas is one such day that instils us with patriotic feeling. In today’s times, there is an inclination towards English which is understood as it is used across the world and is also one of the official languages of India. This day is a small effort to remind us that Hindi too is our official language and holds as much importance. While English is a globally used language and the importance of the same cannot be overlooked, we must not forget that we are Indians first and must respect our national language. The adoption of Hindi as an official language proves that the people in power value their roots and want the people of their country to value them too.


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