In India, the day of September 14 is dedicated to Hindi. Two years after the independence of India, Hindi was given the status of official language. After this, Hindi Day was celebrated on September 14 in 1953 for the first time. Along with Hindi in India, there are many other dialects which are recognized all over the country.
Know about these 21 languages other than Hindi ...
Bengali, Assamese, Bodo, Dongri, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Sindhi, Santhali, Sanskrit,
Punjabi, Oria, Nepali, Marathi, Manipuram, Malayalam, Maithili, Kashmiri, Kannada, Konkari.
There are thousands of languages throughout India. However, only 22 languages are recognized by the Constitution of India. These include 21 languages mentioned above, including Hindi.
Why is Hindi language the best?
Hindi has done the work of threading the whole of India into one thread. Hindi language has become the language of the people. In India, different languages are spoken in different places, although when one language prevails among all, then Hindi is the best among them. Because everyone understands the Hindi language and can speak it. Only the people of that region understand the regional language, in such a situation it is difficult to understand each other and talk to each other. After the independence of India, Hindi was conferred with the status of official language on 14 September 1949, and the level and respect of Hindi in all languages had increased considerably which remains even today. Not only today, Hindi is one of the most spoken language in India but also in the world. More than 40% of people speak and understand Hindi language in India. It is the most popular language of India.