Hindi Diwas is observed on 14th September every year as the Hindi language was adopted in Devanagiri script as the official language in India. This day is also the birth anniversary of Beohar Rajendra Simha on September 14, 1949 for his efforts in adopting Hindi as the official language.On 14 September 1949, Hindi, written in Devanagari script, was adopted as the official language of Union of India. Hindi Diwas is celebrated every year on 14 September. As the name suggests, it is a day dedicated to Hindi.
As such Hindi is incredibly important in the historic development of the world's cultures and well worth not just honoring, but studying. Anyone with an interest in world history or languages would do well to do a little bit of intense reading on the subject of Hindi. India is also a rising power in the world.
Hindi is our mother-tongue, our national language. It is the language that most of the north Indians relate to. ... They converse in English to convey their ideas to the people who majorly know Hindi or English. Hindi is our national language, it was adopted by the constituent assembly after independence in 1947.
National language is a driving force behind unity of the nation's people, and makes them distinct from other nations – provided you give your language respect. Giving respect to your national language means that it should be one's primary language, as well as the preferred source of communication at every level.
Hindi became the official language of the Union of India in 1950. The Constitution of India provides for the use of Hindi in the Devanagari script as the official language of the Union. According to Article 343, “The official language of the Union shall be Hindi in the Devanagari script.
In 2010, a Gujarat court noted the false belief around India’s national language: “Normally, in India, majority of the people have accepted Hindi as a national language and many people speak Hindi and write in Devanagari script but there is nothing on record to suggest that any provision has been made or order issued declaring Hindi as a national language of the country.”
Adding to this misinformation and confusion, Article 351, a directive order, states that it is the government’s duty to promote the spread of Hindi, so that it serves as a way to express India’s composite culture.
On this day, Gajera Vidhyabhavan Sachin has conducted Hindi poetry Recitation Competition and the theme was the 'mother nature'. The students participated in this competition with enthusiasm and performed with action . The main purpose was to spread awareness about Hindi language and also to give importance to our national language.And Our tiny tods did well , they performed on the theme that is mother nature in hindi language. and expressed their ideas and thoughts about the nature through the poem which is really admirable for the us.