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Hindi Diwas 2020: Why Hindi Day is celebrated on 14 September, know what is history

Hindi Diwas 2020:

Hindi Day is celebrated on 14th September all over the country. Hindi has given more strength to the effectiveness of social media. The availability of social media platforms like Facebook, and Hindi language and font-enabled mobile has given its widespread use to the common people. It is for this reason that the penetration of people on social media has increased at an unprecedented pace. Canadian professor and media scientist Marshall McLuhan envisaged the Global Village, a global village, decades ago. Social media has fully realized this if seen in the true sense.

Two years after Independence, Hindi was declared as the official language in the Constituent Assembly on 14 September 1949 and every year thereafter, 14 September was celebrated as Hindi Day. In fact, 14 September 1949 was the 50th birthday of Rajendra Sinha, a pioneer of Hindi, who fought for a long time to make Hindi the national language. After the independence, Vayuhar Rajendra Sinha made tireless efforts to establish Hindi as the national language, with writers like Kaka Kalelkar, Maithili Sharan Gupta, Hazariprasad Dwivedi, Mahadevi Verma, Seth Govind Das etc.

Hindi and Devanagari got official recognition

Due to this, he also made many trips to South India and celebrated the people. Due to continuous efforts, Hindi was recognized as the official national language of the Union of India and Devanagari as the official national script under Article 343 of the Constitution on 14 September 1949, on the 50th birthday of Rajendra Singh.

Why Hindi Day is celebrated?

On the occasion of Hindi Day, a variety of competitions are organized in schools, colleges and educational institutions across the country. Hindi is the fourth most spoken language in the whole world. On the other hand, many other languages ​​are becoming extinct in India. Which is a matter of contemplation? In such a situation, Hindi Day is celebrated to highlight and promote the importance of Hindi.

Study in mother tongue till 5th

The PM said, “There is no dispute that the dialect of the home of the children and the language of the study in the school improves the speed of learning of children.” This is a very big reason, as far as possible it has been agreed to teach children in their mother tongue till the fifth class. This will strengthen the foundation of the children, their base will also be strengthened for further education.

 

Source: www.patrika.com

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