Hindi Diwas

Hindi Diwas 2021: Why Hindi Diwas is celebrated on September 14, know its history and importance

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Hindi is called the language of the mind, which can open the closed locks of the mind. September 14 is exceptional for Hindi speaking people. On this day, Hindi Diwas is celebrated across the country. Various programs are organized in schools, colleges and government offices. After independence from British rule in 1947, the biggest question in front of India was about the language. Because hundreds of languages ​​and thousands of dialects were spoken in India. Keeping this in mind, the Constituent Assembly gave Hindi the official language status on September 14 1949. Since then, this day has been celebrated as Hindi Diwas. In such a situation, this article let us know the history of Hindi Diwas and the theme of Hindi Diwas this year is.

History of Hindi Diwas

In fact, after independence in 1946, when the question of national language arose in front of the Constituent Assembly, Hindi came to the fore as the best option in front of the framers of the Constitution. However, some people were also against it when Hindi was made the national language. Then both Hindi and English were chosen as the official languages. After this, the Constituent Assembly declared Hindi as the official language on September 14 1949. At the same time, after the recommendation of the Rashtrabhasha Prachar Samiti, Hindi Divas started being celebrated from September 14 1953. Let us tell you that World Hindi Day is celebrated all over the world on January 10.

Importance of Hindi Diwas
Hindi Diwas is celebrated in schools, colleges and offices as well as at the national level. Academic programs are organized on this day. On this occasion, students are told about the importance and history of the Hindi language. On the occasion of Hindi Diwas, the President honours all those who have achieved excellence in any field of Hindi language.

Difference between World Hindi Day and National Hindi Day
World Hindi Day is celebrated across the world on September 10. Its aim is to spread the word of Hindi on a global level. At the same time, only a few months after this, National Hindi Day is celebrated. People often get confused about World Hindi Day and National Hindi Day, and because of not knowing the difference between them, they take them as one and the same. But let us tell you that National Hindi Day is celebrated when the Constituent Assembly declared Hindi as the official language of India. Whereas the aim of World Hindi Day is to promote Hindi at the global level.