Hindi is the most prominent languages of India with diversity in the languages of India. September 14 is celebrated as Hindi Diwas across India every year. The Hindi language is accepted as the official language of India on 14 September 1949 by the Constituent Assembly of India. Hindi got the status of ‘Rashtra Bhasha’. So, Hindi Diwas is celebrated all over India to commemorate the adoption of Hindi as the official language of India. Hindi Diwas is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over India.
History of Hindi Diwas
Special thanks to the efforts of Beohar Rajendra Prasad, Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, Kaka Kalekar, Maithili Sharan Gupt and Seth Govind Das who gave their effortless services in the adoption of Hindi language as one of the two official languages of the Republic of India by the Constitution Assembly of India. On 14 September 1949, it was the 50th birthday of Beohar Rajendra Prasad when idea for Hindi Diwas was put forward. This idea came into effect on 26 January 1950 when Hindi was considered as an official language under Article 343. Hindi language is written in Devanagari script. There are 22 scheduled languages of India and Hindi is spoken by almost 366 million people of the world.
Hindi In National Education Policy (NEP) 2020
As NEP 2020 has been approved by Ministry of Education for the better future outcome of students, schools in 21st century. In three language Formula, students have to learn first language as native language in school which will be for most of the students is Hindi and in some areas of south or north east Hindi will be as second language to learn for students. Hindi will be going to become essential language in India.
Importance of Hindi language
Hindi language plays a very important role in our lives. Hindi Diwas is celebrated in educational institutions and Government institutions with great pride. Various competitions are being held to stay people connected with their native language.
- Hindi is based on Devanagari script.
- The Hindi language is the successor of the Sanskrit language.
- Mahatma Gandhi in 1917 underlined the importance of the Hindi language at a speech held at Gujarat Education Conference in Bharuch.
- Mahatama Gandhi gave the idea that we can adopt the Hindi language as the national language of our nation since the majority of Indians speaks the Hindi language.
- The Ramcharitmanas is one of the greatest represents literary works that done in the Hindi language by Goswami Tulsidas, in the 16th century, which the story of Lord Rama.
- Some other examples of the literary works done Hindi language are Madhushala by Shri Harivansh Rai Bachchan, Nirmala by Shri Munshi Premchand Ji, Chandrakanta by Devaki Nandan Khatri Sir and many other.
Hindi In Exams
Hindi Language come in many competitive examination which can be easy section for students.Hindi Language come as a first/second language in teaching exams i.e. CTET, MPTET, HTET, HPTET, DSSSB , KVS etc. Hindi Language also come as a examination section in government recruitment exams.
- There are many words in English that are borrowed from Hindi. For example: Loot, Karma, Jungle, Yoga etc.
- Hindi is an Indo-European language
- It is one of the top five spoken languages of the world.
- Not only in India, Hindi is spoken in many other nations also like Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, USA, UK, Germany, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Uganda, Guyana, Suriname, Trinidad, Mauritius, and South Africa.
- Bihar was the first state to adopt Hindi as its official language.
- Aadhaar, dabba, hartal, shaadi among 26 new Indian English words added to Oxford Dictionary
“हिंदी भाषा का आभार”
परतंत्रता की बेड़ियों से मुक्ति दिलवायी, राष्ट्रभाषा हिंदी ने,
‘क’ से ‘क्रांति’ की मशालों को जलाया, राष्ट्रभाषा हिंदी ने,
‘ख’ से ‘खादी’ को अपना, अंग्रेजों को भगाया राष्ट्रभाषा हिंदी ने,
‘ग’ से ‘गरिमा’ देश की उत्पन्न कर दी फिर से, राष्ट्रभाषा हिंदी ने,
‘घ’ से ‘घुटनों’ पर था दुश्मन, हुँकार मारी जब हिंदी ने,
परतंत्रता की बेड़ियों से मुक्ति दिलवायी, राष्ट्रभाषा हिंदी ने ….
हर भाव की अभिव्यक्ति को, हृदय तक पहुँचाया साहित्य भाषा हिंदी ने,
‘च’ से ‘चंचलता’ की किरणों को सजाया हिंदी ने,
‘छ’ से ‘छम-छम’ नचाया, मंत्रमुग्ध भाषा हिंदी ने,
‘ज’ से ‘जन-जन’ की अभिव्यक्ति को, व्यक्त कर दिया मातृभाषा हिंदी ने,
‘झ’ से ‘झिल-मिल’, ‘झ’ से ‘झरना’, ‘झ’ से ‘झंडा’ हिंदी में,
हर भाव की अभिव्यक्ति को, हृदय तक पहुँचाया हिंदी ने……
राष्ट्र का गौरव बढ़ाया, राजभाषा हिंदी ने,
‘ट’ से टकरावों को मिटाया, राजभाषा हिंदी ने,
‘ठ’ से ‘ठप्पा’ एकता का लगाया, मातृभाषा भाषा हिंदी ने,
‘ड’ से ‘डंका’ विश्व में, बजवाया वैश्विक भाषा हिंदी ने,
‘ढ’ से ‘ढिंढोरा’ अस्मिता का, पिटवाया भाषा हिंदी ने,
राष्ट्र का गौरव बढ़ाया, राजभाषा हिंदी ने……..
देश की अखंडता का परचम फहराया, संपर्क-भाषा हिंदी ने,
‘त’ से ‘तेजस्विता’ से बात करना, सिखलाया सरल भाषा हिंदी ने,
‘थ’ से ‘थकावट’ को भगाया, बोल मधुर, जन-जन की भाषा हिंदी में,
‘द’ से ‘दामन’ थाम गैरों को भी, अपनाया मृदु भाषा हिंदी ने,
‘ध’ से ‘ध्वनि’ प्रेम की सुनवाई, मन-मन की भाषा हिंदी ने,
‘न’ से नफरत को मिटाकर, सद्भाव का बिगुल बजाय हिंदी ने,
देश की अखंडता का परचम फहराया, संपर्क-भाषा हिंदी ने….
Hindi is the most prominent languages of India. It is the compulsory language in all the schools up to Matric level. It is a very easy language to understand as well as to speak. Hindi is the medium for the unity of Indians. Hindi Diwas is an initiative to keep people connected to their roots and reminds people of their native culture.