Hindi Diwas: A day to celebrate the importance of Mother Tongue
This day has a separate importance in India as it is known as national language of India. This language is believed as deciphered from Sanskrit language which was spoken in many parts of India in ancient time. Hindi is known to be the second largest language in the world. Every year Hindi Diwas is celebrated on 14th of September. It was the day when the Constituent Assembly of India has adopted Hindi as its official language. This day is mainly celebrated in Hindi speaking regions of India. This day also indicates the patriotic feelings among Hindi speaking people. Hindi is a language spoken by almost 258 million people in world. Hindi Diwas reminds us about the historical importance of this language. It also has its own importance because after Independence, the Government of India made a goal to standardize the mother tongue Hindi. Not only in India, but Hindi is also spoken in other countries of the world. One can find people of Pakistan, Trinidad and Mauritius also speak in Hindi.
Hindi Diwas and Celebrations
On this precious day various programs are held in schools, colleges, offices and different organizations. In schools and colleges debates, painting competitions, essay writing competitions, Seminars are held at various places. People also arrange meetings and do discussions for making this day more important.
Hindi writers are honored
On the occasion of Hindi Diwas, the Government of India honors the eminent writers of Hindi literature. The program is held at Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi. The ceremony is known as the Rajbhasha Award. This award is given to different Hindi writers of different fields by the President of India. Hindi is known to be a language of decency and it is one of the most affective language to easily understand.