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Hindi Diwas-All You Need to Know

Languages play a crucial role in the life of every individual. It helps us shape our ideas and communicate our thoughts and beliefs. One such language that holds a special place in the hearts of every Indian is Hindi. Every year, the 14th of September is celebrated as Hindi Diwas. On this day, Hindi was selected as one of the languages that were to have official status in the Republic of India. However, the decision to give Hindi the status of official language was not easy. After three years of debate, K.M. Munshi and N. Gopalaswami Ayyangar came to a conclusion where they declared Hindi as the official language of the federal government of India. In that judgment, it was also decided to accept English as an associate official language for 15 years, and during that timeline, Hindi’s formal lexicon would be developed. Once the 15-year timeline was over, the officials of the Government of India decided to use English as the “de facto formal language of India.”

Hindi Diwas Celebration

Hindi Diwas is celebrated with great zeal and zest in educational institutions and government offices. The day is marked to pay tribute to the official language of India. On this day, educational organizations conduct various activities. Some of the activities to mark this occasion are mentioned below.

Special assembly with recreational activities

Teachers can conduct a special assembly where the focus should be on making students understand the importance of this day. They can use plays to educate students on why Hindi Diwas hold significance in the history of India. Also, teachers can use documentary movies to transport students to an era when the decision to make Hindi the official language of India was taken.

Hindi poem recitation

Teachers can organize a Hindi poem recitation competition to celebrate Hindi Diwas. Students can select any poem of their preference. Moreover, teachers can link the competition to monetary rewards to bring a tinge of excitement. Students can recite the dohas of Kabir and Tulsidas in this competition.

Speech competition

Conducting a speech competition on this day can be helpful for students. Teachers can provide any national or international topic and ask students to express their opinion. Moreover, speech competitions can be organized on subjects like the importance of Hindi Diwas and how to promote this language worldwide.

Hindi quiz competition

Teachers can prepare a series of questions to conduct a quiz competition on this occasion. The competition will help them check the knowledge of their students.

Slogan writing

Organizing a slogan writing competition can help students to show their creativity. They can write Hindi slogans to raise awareness about the use of this language.

In addition to these activities, teachers and students can also organize plays and dramas. All these activities aim to spread awareness about Hindi. With the help of creative activities, schools and other educational organizations can celebrate this day with great enthusiasm.

Importance of Language

The language and culture of any country are the crucial factors that decide its growth and prosperity. Moreover, an official language is the driving force behind the unity of a nation and distinguishes a country from others. It connects people and helps them understand what others are trying to say. The benefits of language for society are:

  • Importance to culture and society

Learning and understanding a language helps an individual get closer to a community. When people share a common language, they can understand what others are trying to convey. Moreover, they can express their feelings and thoughts better.

  • Importance to business

Having a good command of a language is vital for the economic development of a country. When a business has the potential to go global, learning a foreign language becomes crucial at that time. Also, understanding the sentiments of people becomes vital when businesses want to expand to unknown territories.

  • Importance of personal communication

Humans communicate through gestures and words. Though most of the communication is non-verbal, understanding a language is crucial for personal communication. Making the proper use of language skills is vital when a person wants to show their emotions or express what they are thinking.

Languages are important as it is a pathway to express emotions, communicate ideas, and share feelings. Without the use of language, human beings cannot communicate properly, which will impact their growth and development.

Rewards and Recognition for the Hindi Language

On the occasion of Hindi Diwas, individuals who have made a significant contribution to promoting the Hindi language are felicitated. Many awards are given to people for their contribution to raising awareness for this language. Some prominent awards and recognition given to people are:

Rajbhasha Gaurav Award

This award is presented to Hindi writers who come up with brilliant pieces on science and technology. The writers are awarded a memento and cash prizes that range from Rs 10,000 to Rs 2 lakhs. The award is presented by our Honorable President, and a maximum of 13 awards are given under this category.

Rajbhasha Kirti Puraskar

This award is majorly given to businesses and magazines that promote the Hindi language. Rajbhasha Kirti Puraskar is awarded to departments, committees, nationalized banks, trusts, and boards that promote Hindi as the official language. This award is presented by our Honorable President under 39 categories.

The main objective of celebrating this day is to promote the use of Hindi as the official language of India. Hindi is the third most spoken language in the world. With more than 615 million individuals speaking this language, the importance of Hindi cannot be underestimated. Hindi Diwas is celebrated to mark the vibrancy of this language and how it plays a role in uniting the country.

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