How 14 September became national Hindi Day 2020

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How 14 September became national Hindi Day 2020

14 September is celebrated every year as Hindi Day. But you know what the reason behind the celebration of Hindi Day is. So today, they know about the identity of India in Hindi. India governed British rule, and we were all wrapped in the rights and values of the British Government.

After the sacrifice of our freedom fighters, India achieved independence from the British Government and, after just two years of independence, on 14 September 1949, Hindi was declared the official language of Hindi in the Constituent Assembly. Since then, on this day of Hindi Day, the Constituent Assembly was established on 6 December 1946 to draught the Constitution of Independent India.

Sachchidanand Sinha, interim PresidentPresidentĀ of the Constituent Assembly, was chosen. After that, Dr. Rajendra Prasad was elected President, and Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was the Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Constituent Assembly.

Apart from the separate rules and regulations in the constitution, the question of the official language of the new country was also relevant since hundreds of languages and thousands of dialects were spoken in India. After much deliberation and debate, Hindi and English have been selected as the official languages of the new country.

Since the country was freed from English rule, it has been seen that India has become separate from the British Government, but the English-language development in the world has begun to increase. Since the beginning, India has been a nation of freedom fighters and wanted to develop its language identity in a democracy-loving world.

On 14 September 1950, the Constituent Assembly adopted Hindi, written in the Devanagari script, as the official language of the country. Later on, the Jawaharlal Nehru Government agreed to mark 14 September as the Hindi Day every year, acknowledging the importance of this historic day.

Throughout this situation, the first official Hindi day was recorded on 14 September 1999. Any task in Hindi is feasible. A single piece of work in Hindi. Today, these are not all the terms printed on the bank ledger. It is also being applied efficiently. Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rule, Hindi’s working has improved considerably.

Working in Hindi provides preference from government offices all over the world. The Government is also working on a variety of projects to support Hindi. Hindi is as sweet as she is simple. Apart from English, it is pronounced the same way as it is written in Hindi.

Let there be a total of 22 scheduled languages in the region, two of which are officially used at Union level in Hindi and English. Nowadays, 77% of Indians speak Hindi, while about 27 Crore people speak English.

But though the use of English has increased, the use of Hindi as the language of official work has increased considerably during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s term of office. We say this because, according to the new education policy, if a student continues to learn his preferred language in Hindi, he will now choose to speak Hindi in other languages or, say, English.

 

 

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