World Hindi Diwas 2022:
Today is a very special day for Hindu and Hindi Lovers. On this day we are celebrating our World Hindi Diwas 2022 on the 10th January of every year. In the world, Hindi is the most spoken language on rank 4th place all over the world.
Over the world, Hindi is spoken by every place by many people. After English, Spanish and Mandarin, Hindi is taking 4th place all over the world and became it’s becoming an international language.
The reason for World Hindi Diwas is that promote our Hindi languages all over the world to develop as an international language. Every year World Hindi Day is celebrated on January 10.
In the year of 1949, it became our Official language by the Constituent Assembly, now It’s the known language By every people in India and around the world.
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World Hindi Day was observed by Indian embassies abroad. Let’s take a look at the history/ Objective of World Hindi Day.
History of World Hindi Diwas:
The first Conference of World Hindi day was held on January 10, 1975, at Nagpur. All over the world 30 countries were participating in that Conference and started by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
In the year 2006, after that, it was announced by our former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh that January 10 will be celebrated as World Hindi Day every year. This is the first time it was celebrated on that day abroad.
The objective of the World Hindi Diwas:
Maximum people in the world was spoken Hindi languages day by day, everyone knows Hindi like the child to old age people in India. Except for India, other countries are there who is know Hindi languages like Nepal, Tobago Mauritius, Fiji, Suriname, Trinidad and Guyana.
Hindi Diwas was marked as our official language in over country.
Different between World Hindi Day vs National Hindi Diwas:
In India Hindi Diwas was celebrated on 14 September (Hindi Day) and in world Hindi Diwas was celebrated on 10 January (Hindi Diwas). Hindi is one of the two authoritative languages along with English in India.