It is Hindi Diwas Today. It is celebrated on the 14 September of every year. The reason behind being the fact that it was on 14th September 1949 that the Constituent Assembly of India, adopted Hindi in Devanagari script as the official language of the Republic of India after a whole lot of struggle undergone notably by Beohar Rajendra Simha, Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, Maithili Sharan Gupt, Kaka Kelkar and Seth Govind Das. You must read these Heart Touching Kavita & Phrases on Matrubhasha Hindi to Celebrate the Day.
It was on the 50th birthday of Beohar Rajendra Simha- who worked really hard for the reform- on 14 September 1949 that Hindi was adopted as the official language and along with English it began to be used at the Union government of India. Therefore, Hindi written in Devanagari script was chosen as the official language under the Article 343 of the Indian Constitution. Share these GIF Images, WhatsApp Messages, Facebook Status & SMS to Wish 'Hindi Diwas Ki Shubhkamnaye.'
But did you know 250 million people speak Hindi as the original language, and it is also the fourth language of the world? There are many other countries apart from India that speaks Hindi. Some of them even have it as their official language or second language. Here is a list of countries apart from India that speaks in Hindi.
Nepal- Apart from Nepali, the language that is spoken the most is Bhojpuri and Hindi in Nepal. Other languages include Maithili, Tharu, Tamang, Nepal Bhasa.
Fiji- Surprisingly a lot of people in Fiji speak in Fiji Hindi and Bhojpuri. They also speak in English, Fijian, Nadroga.
Pakistan- Earlier a part of India, Hindi is also one of the most spoken languages in Pakistan. Apart from that, English, Urdu Punjabi, Sindhi, Balochi, Pashto, Hindko, Saraiki, Brahui is also spoken.
Trinidad and Tobago- Both Hindi and Bhojpuri are spoken in Trinidad and Tobago by a vast population. Apart from Hindi, other languages spoken the most are English, French, Spanish.
Singapore- Hindi is spoken quite a lot in Singapore and apart from that Tamil is also spoke majorly there. Other languages include English, Mandarin, Malay Mandarin
Canada- About 100,000 Canadians list Hindi as their first or primary language, especially in Toronto. Canadian and English are other languages that are spoken in Canada.
South Africa- South Africa has a significant Hindi-speaking population and apart from that South Africans majorly speak Afrikaans, English Southern Ndebele, Swazi, Tsonga, Tswana, etc. Hindi Diwas 2018 Speeches for School & College Students: Best Lines to Deliver in Matrubhasha on 14th September.