हिन्दी एक जानदार भाषा है; वह जितनी बढ़ेगी देश को उतना ही लाभ होगा। – जवाहरलाल नेहरू
September 14, every year, is observed as Hindi Diwas in the country. Hindi is inferred to as Hindi-Urdu, Standard Hindi, Modern Standard Hindi, and Literary Hindi. Approximately 300 million speak Hindi as native speakers, and another 200 million speak Hindi as a second language. The Constituent Assembly of India first accepted the Hindi language as the official language in 1949. Hindi is recited by around 258 million people and is recognized as the fourth’ most spoken; language in the world. Hindi Diwas is celebrated to observe the adoption of Hindi in the Devanagri script as one of India’s official languages. The day also underlines the birth of Beohar Rajendra Shima, who is regarded as the exceptional campaigner behind making Hindi an official language of India.
Although Hindi is not the National Language of our Country, most people Understand and Speak as it is the Mother Tongue to a vast majority of people.
It intends to build an understanding of Hindi’s spread globally and inaugurate Hindi as an international language. Embassies of India abroad celebrate this day exclusively. In addition to World Hindi Day, September 14 is marked as ‘Hindi Diwas,’ September 1949, the Constituent Assembly by Hindi, the official language is observed Hindi Day, was only valued on September 14. Hindi is one of the most uttered languages in the world and is a qualified language by itself. India’s various languages and speeches are its strength. ‘Hindi’ has been working to strengthen the whole nation. Hindi is an indestructible part of Indian culture. It has been a helpful and powerful medium of national unity and individuality since the freedom struggle. The greatest strength of Hindi is that it’s scientific, original, and straightforward. Hindi’s provision as the Union’s official language has been mentioned in Article 120, Article 210, Article 343, 344, and 348 to 351.
On Hindi Diwas, PM Modi took to Twitter and wished the people. “…Hearty congratulations to all the linguists who contributed to Hindi’s development,” the Prime Minister wrote in Hindi.
MAKE IN INDIA: Boost to Entrepreneurship in India, not only in manufacturing but also in other Sectors.
Make in India is an important national program of India’s Government formulated to stimulate investment, foster innovation, enhance skill development, protect intellectual property, and build the best in class manufacturing infrastructure in the country. The Make in India program is very crucial. The emphasis of the Make in India program is on 25 sectors.
These include automobiles, automobile components, aviation, biotechnology, chemicals, construction, defence manufacturing, electrical machinery, electronic systems, food processing, IT & BPM, leather, media and entertainment, mining, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, ports and shipping, railways, renewable energy, roads and highways, space, textile and garments, thermal power, tourism and hospitality, and wellness. It also pursues to simplify job creation, foster innovation, enhance skill development, and protect intellectual property.
The logo of ‘Make in India’ – a lion made of gear wheels – itself reflects the essential role of manufacturing in the government’s vision and national development.
AATMANIRBHAR BHARAT: Making the ‘BHARAT’ Self-reliant in all Spheres- from Manufacturing to Supplying
AAtmanirbhar Bharat is the concept of India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, of making India a self-sufficient and self-dependent nation. India has encountered the COVID-19 situation with grit and a spirit of self-reliance, which is evident in the fact that from zero productions of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) before March 2020, India today has created a potential of producing 2 lakh PPE kits daily, which is also evolving steadily. So, to improve the prevailing turbulent financial environment and boost the ailing economy, the current government declared the Atma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, a financial package of Rs 20 lakh crore equaling to 10% of the national GDP.
Hindi Is An Unbreakable Part Of Indian Culture
On Hindi Diwas, schools across India organize activities to promote the use of the language. Every year from September 14-21, the ‘Rajbhasha Week’ or Hindi Week is commemorated. Essay and poetry competitions, quizzes, art, and other activities are organized to celebrate Hindi Diwas. This year, of course, most of the activities are online due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Hindi has always been such a language that it never revolted any other word just because of its foreign origin. Hindi is the essence of Indian Culture. It is the most unsophisticated source of manifestation of our nation. Hindi is our personality and decoration for us as an Indian.
Here’s wishing you a Happy Hindi Diwas 2020!