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Hindi Diwas and Hindi language Celebrated on 14th September 2019

Hindi is a language that serves to unify our diverse country into one thread. The Hindi got its name from the Persian word Hind, which means "the land of the Indus River.

Hindi Diwas and Hindi language

Facts about Hindi Language :

Hindi is the main language of the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi, the capital in northern India, Bihar and Jharkhand in eastern India, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, in central India and Rajasthan in Western. India It is widely recognized in many other states of India also. Hindi is also spoken in some other countries outside of India.

  • It is relatively easy to learn to speak and write, because words are written as pronounced. Hindi features items (el, la, etc.). Although nouns are different for male and female genders. Another advantage is that there is a system that allows you to read and write the Hindi with the Roman alphabet.
  • Is it hard to learn Hindi: Many words we use other language have their origin in Hindi such as: Guru, Jungle, Karma, Yoga, Bungalow, Chita and avatar. On the other hand, many English words are used in Hindi, and they are written in Hindi as pronounced.
  • 4 Hindi's most difficult words: The most difficult words are those that combine 3 or more words. For example: "lauhpathgamini", a word that means train, but means "a thing that travels on an iron road" and is composed of 3 words "iron", "road" and "traveller".
  • 7 What not to say in Hindi: Hindi is a language that has formal and informal words, which should be used with caution. For example to say "Dad" there is a formal word "Pita" and an informal word "Baap". So, if at a meeting you ask a friend, how is your dad? "Tumhara baap kaisa hai?" Your friend may blush, because it is a very informal question. 
  • The first written records of the Hindi: The Hindi in its current form arose through the different stages, during which it was known by other names. The oldest form of old Hindi was Apabhramsa.
  • Modern writing, known as devanagari, came into existence in the eleventh century. The earliest evidence of printing in Hindi is found in the Hindoostani Language Grammar, a book by John Gilchrist, published in 1796 in Calcutta. It has to do with the Hindustani language, which is a common form of Hindi and Urdu, but it is mostly a spoken language. The book has traces of texts in Hindi / Devanagari but it is more an Urdu-English book than a Hindi book.
  • Prem Sagar, which means 'Ocean of Love', by Lalloo Lal was published in 1805. It is considered the first book published in Hindi and tells the facts of Lord Krishna, a Hindu religious figure.

Detail about Hindi Diwas :

Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, first recognized Hindi as the national language in Bharuch, Gujarat in 1917. Steps were taken in this direction even after independence and on 14 September 1949, it was decided in the Constituent Assembly to unanimously give Hindi the status of official language. Constitution of India gives Hindi as the status of official language in Devanagari script. After the efforts of Rashtrabhasha Prachar Samiti, 14 September 1953 was celebrated as 'Hindi Day' for the first time and this practice has continued since then. On 14 September, Hindi Day celebrations are celebrated in schools, colleges and offices across the country on the occasion of Hindi Day. People give speeches. Policies of maximum use and propagation of Hindi are decided. How to give an effective speech on this occasion? Come,

How to prepare speech and essay on Hindi day ?

Do you also want to give a speech in your school, college, office function on the occasion of Hindi Day? So there is no need to be upset. We are going to tell you the effective ways of speech on Hindi Day. Keep these important things in mind for preparing your speech:

  • The first condition for effective speech understands of the subject. You will not be able to speak about Hindi Day without knowing anything. So gather information related to it. For example, history, purpose and method.

  • It is not enough just to have an understanding of the subject. While speaking on that subject, your face will glow only when you have a grip on that subject. So it is important that you relate it to everyday life.

  • You must prepare some interesting data of your subject and speak, giving data or data adds weight to your talk.- Energy is very important inside the speaker while giving a speech. Slogans, songs, or slang sentences can be used to demonstrate this.

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