Hindi Divas is a day to give Hindi its due recognition and to ensure its use to save it from extinction. All over the globe celebrate it to spread the simplicity of this language. Hindi is the national language of India, but it is losing its glow and importance against foreign languages. Hindi Divas is a way by which we can bring back the lustre of the language and spread the importance of the language which helped to unite the country during the Indian independence movement and helped to defeat the much powerful British government.
Ten Lines on Hindi Divas
1) 14th September every year is a day for celebrating Hindi Divas.
2) Hindi became an official language of India on 14th September 1949 by the Indian Constituent Assembly.
3) Mahatma Gandhi was the first to recommend Hindi as National language during Hindi Sahitya Sammelan in 1918.
4) Maithili Sharan Gupt and Seth Govind Das debated in Parliament advocating the use of Hindi as an official language.
5) English too got the status of an official language due to the opposition from non-Hindi speaking states.
6) Starting from the Hindi Divas, people celebrate and Official language week.
7) There is a Rajbhasa Gaurav Award in India given for original book writing in Hindi.
8) There is an Official language award to the departments for their efforts in making Hindi their official language.
9) Rajbhasa Kirti Puraskar Yojna is for publishing annual books in Hindi.
10) There is also a Hindi Development Forum for the development and global promotion of Hindi.
1) “Hindi Divas” is a mark of the adoption and importance of Hindi as the official language of India.
2) 250 million people around the globe use Hindi.
3) It is the fourth most spoken language in the world.
4) The Island country Fiji has also adopted Hindi as its official language.
5) India has started celebrating the “World Hindi Divas” on 10th January since 1975.
6) “National Hindi Divas” falls on 14th September at the national level and “World Hindi Divas“on 10th January.
7) India had celebrated its first National Hindi Divas on 14th September 1953.
8) Apart from India, Hindi is a language in Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, America, Britain etc.
9) First time in the year 2017, Oxford Dictionary added Hindi words like ‘Accha’, ’Bada Din’, ‘Bachcha’ and ‘Surya Namaskar’ in its dictionary.
10) The World Economic Forum included Hindi in World’s ten most powerful languages.
1) Hindi Divas is an annual event in India describing the importance of Hindi.
2) It comes every year to spread awareness for the Hindi language on the national platform.
3) People had observed the first World Hindi Divas on 10th January 2006.
4) Hindi Diwas is not less than a festival for the people who speak and prefer Hindi.
5) The Hindi written in Devanagari Script is the actual form of Hindi which the constitution of India has adopted.
6) Hindi is the identity of India and every citizen of it.
7) On this day, the students learn to respect Hindi and use it in their daily practice.
8) Hindi essay writing, debate, Hindi typing competition etc. are a way to promote its use.
9) It is a day for recognizing those people who have done some extraordinary works in promoting Hindi.
10) We all have to unite and take the development of Hindi to a new height and success.
1) The history of Hindi is about 1000 years old.
2) Section 344 of chapter 17 of the Indian Constitution talks about Hindi as the official language of India.
3) ‘Bhasha Samman’ has been started to inspire people towards Hindi on Hindi Divas.
4) Hindi Day is a way to remind the youth about their roots.
5) This day reminds us of our true identity every year.
6) Amar Ujala has also asked people to tweet in Hindi at least on Hindi Divas.
7) The main objective of Hindi Divas is to make people aware of the importance of Hindi.
8) Brief information about reading, writing and speaking in Hindi, remains the theme of this day.
9) We need to save Hindi from being extinct.
10) We have to advance the Hindi language in the field of technology and science.
Hindi is the National language of our country. It is the language which had united our freedom fighters to fight against British rule. Let us pledge together to spread the goodness and the simplicity of this language and try to use Hindi as much as we can, leaving the dependency on the English language.