Hindi Day Celebrated On Every 14th September In India

Hindi is world’s third largest used language in the world and comes after English and Mandarin. This language is based on Indian script DEVNAGRI in which most of the Indian languages are based on. Hindi has a users of worldwide 615 million speakers and increasing day by day. Hindi also takes a great portion of Indian culture and one must learn and write Hindi in order to survive in India.

Hindi day original stamp picture from Wikipedia.

The Language Hindi is inspired from the oldest language of the world that is Sanskrit language.

The day 14th September 1949 on which a compromise was reached while drafting of the Constitution of India in the languages Hindi was chosen as the official language status for Republic of India after the rulership of British.

This day is also remembered as a Hindi language applied to India date.

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