The Hindi Diwas On 14 September 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted Hindi written in Devanagari script as the official language of the Republic of India. the Constituent Assembly decided with one vote that Hindi will be the official language of India. To propose the importance of this important decision and to propagate Hindi in every region, on the request of Rashtrabhasha Prachar Samiti, Wardha.
India is celebrated as Hindi Day every year since 1953. There is also a fact that 14 September 1949 was the 50th birthday of Rajendra Sinha. Kaka Kalelkar , Maithili Sharan Gupta to establish Hindi as the national language after independence, Hazareeprasad Dwivedi , Seth Govinddas etc.
Hindi Divas 2020
In 1949, Hindi in the Devanagari script was adopted as the official language of the Republic of India. Hindi was adopted as the official language in Article 343 of the Indian Constitution. The decision of the Constituent Assembly was approved on January 25, 1950, the day the Constitution of India came into force. The first Hindi Day was celebrated in 1953.
Hindi has been used by the Government of India as the primary official language of communication since 1950. It is also the primary official language of communication between the Central Government and the State Governments. However, state governments were given the freedom to choose their own official language for their respective states. Thus, the Indian Constitution recognizes Hindi and English as well as 22 languages as official languages.
Hindi Diwas History
Before the Drafting Committee of the Constitution, there were doubts in India about the language that could represent the whole nation because of the different languages of India. Many notable personalities of the time rallied to choose Hindi as the national language as it was the single largest spoken language in India. Mahatma Gandhi also said that both Hindus and Muslims in the northern part of India expressed their desire to adopt Hindustani as the national language of India.
Other notable languages of India, however, were difficult to avoid and chose Hindi as the national language; As a result, the draft committee adopted Hindi as the state language of India. It is also noteworthy that the Constitution of India does not recognize any language as the national language of India and the language of the 21 states of India.
Hindi Diwas Quotes
Hindii bhasha nahi bhavo ki abhivyakti hai,
ye matrbhumi par mar mitne ki bhakti hai.
Hindi Divas ki sabhi deshvashiyo ko hardik shubhkamnaye.
Har Bhartiye ki shakti hai Hindi,
Ek sahaj abhivyakti hai hindi.
Hindi Hai Hum,
Apni rashtriya bhasha ko neecha mat hone do,
ye hamara gaurav hai.