Hindi Day - 14 September 2022 - Sanjana Gurukul

Hindi Day – 14 September 2022

Show the beauty of the Hindi language

National Hindi Diwas or Hindi Day is celebrated on 14th September every year in India. From the 14th of September 1949, it is celebrated to mark the adaptation of Hindi as the official language by the Constituent of Assembly. On 26 January 1950, it became a part of the Indian constitution. In India, the first National Hindi Diwas was celebrated in the year 1953. Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India decided to celebrate Hindi Diwas on September 14.

The Hindi Language is an Indo-Aryan language that is written in the Devanagari script. Hindi is the fourth most spoken language around the world after English, Spanish, and Mandarin. The Hindi language is one of the most extensively spoken languages in India, that why most Indians celebrating the language as their mother tongue

Both Hindi and English have been declared as the official languages of India. Though, the inclination towards English is much higher among the Indians. A person who is fluent in English is given more respect while someone who doesn’t know it and uses the Hindi language to communicate is looked down upon. Disparaging our mother tongue and the people who use it is a matter of shame for us.

Hindi Diwas reminds us that Hindi is our main language. Hindi is our mother tongue, and it is our official language also. It is rooted in our culture and thus it defines us. The importance of the Hindi language is accentuated through the several events organized to celebrate Hindi Diwas.

Hindi Diwas is a way to remind Hindi speaking Indians of their roots. It does not mean that they should not learn or use English. It is essentially not possible because English is also our official language and is used globally.

 Without the knowledge of the English language, it is difficult to survive nowadays. But it is very sad that we Indians have started giving more importance to English and often tend to lower or disrespect our mother tongue, Hindi.

Hindi Diwas is celebrated to show the beauty of the Hindi language. And it also reminds us of its rich past. The younger generations must be reminded of the importance of the Hindi language. This is the reason why most schools and educational institutes in India organize special events to celebrate this day. Various activities are organized on Hindi Diwas to stress the importance and richness of Hindi.

Like other festivals in our country, Hindi Diwas is also celebrated with a whole lot of passion and enthusiasm by the people of India. Hindi Diwas is celebrated first and foremost in Delhi and witnesses several literary activities well as celebrations to commemorate this important day.

It is a sorrowful thing to see when someone does not respect their culture or roots and forget where they have come from. Hindi Diwas celebration is a great way to bring the citizens of India closer to the Hindi language as well as the rich Indian culture.

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