World Hindi Day Quick Facts
|World Hindi Day ()
|10 January 1975
|Government of India
World Hindi Day Brief
Every year 'World Hindi Day' is celebrated all over the world on 10th January. This day is a part of the National Hindi Divas celebrated on 14 September. It is noteworthy that this day was first celebrated on January 10, 2006. Let us tell you that Hindi is the Fourth most spoken language in the world after English, Mandarin, and Spanish.
World Hindi Day History
The First World Hindi Conference was held in Nagpur on January 10, 1975. Therefore, it was decided to celebrate 10th January as World Hindi Day. The former Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh, had declared 10 January 2006 to be celebrated every year as World Hindi Day (January 10). Since then 'World Hindi Day' started being celebrated on this day.
There is a Difference between Hindi Day and World Hindi Day, Hindi Diwas is celebrated on 14 September. At the same time, 'World Hindi Day' is celebrated on 10 January.
World Hindi Day Objective
Its purpose is to create awareness for the promotion of Hindi in the world and to present Hindi as an International language. The embassies of India abroad celebrate this day special. Lectures in Hindi on various subjects are organized in all government offices.
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Importance of Hindi Language
Hindustani is a standardized form of the language, in which Sanskrit words are used more and fewer words from Arabic-Persian and Sanskrit. Hindi is constitutionally the First official language of India and the most spoken and understood the language of India. It is also the most spoken language in the world after Chinese. It is one of the ten most powerful languages in the world according to the World Economic Forum.
Hindi and its dialects are spoken in various states of North and Central India. In India and other countries also people speak, read and write Hindi. People of Fiji, Mauritius, Guyana, Suriname, and Nepal also speak Hindi.
Hindi is written in the Devanagari script. It is also called Nagari. Devanagari has 11 vowels and 33 consonants and is written from left to right.
The word Hindi is believed to be related to the Sanskrit word Sindhu. 'Sindhu' used to call the river Sindh and on that basis, the land around it was called Sindhu. This Indus word went into Irani and became 'Hindu', Hindi, and then 'Hind'.
Speciality of Hindi language
To make knowledge of the bright nature of the Hindi language, it is necessary that its quality, capability, craftsmanship, and beauty should be properly assessed. If this can be done, then it will be easily understood by everyone that –
- Hindi is the most systematic language among the advanced languages of the world.
- It is the simplest Language.
- It is the most flexible Language.
- Hindi is one of the fastest-growing languages in the world.
- It is the only language whose rules are without exception.
- It is Fully entitled to become a world language in the true sense.
- The Hindi dictionary is very vast and there are hundreds of words to express each and every emotion.
- The Devanagari script used to write Hindi is very scientific.
- Hindi has inherited Sanskrit vocabulary and new word-formation-power. She does not hesitate to take words from native languages and her own dialects etc. The basic words of English are about 10,000, while the number of root words of Hindi is more than two and a half lakhs.
- The people who speak and understand Hindi are more than Fifty crores.
- Hindi is the World's Third most spoken Language in the world.
- Hindi literature is rich in all aspects.
- Hindi is the language associated with the general public and the general public is associated with Hindi. Hindi has never been in favor of Royalty.
- The vehicle of India's freedom struggle and presently the abstract vehicle of patriotism.
- Hindi is the contact language and official language of India.
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|World Hindi Day - International Day
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