Hindi Divas is celebrated every year on September 14. The day is celebrated to honour the acceptance of Hindi as one of the official languages in India, which happened on this day in 1950. The day is marked to promote the spread of Hindi language across the world and to honour its acceptance as one of the official languages in India.
On 27th August 1949, Constituent Assembly adopted Hindi written in Devanagari script as our National Language with English as Associate National Language and gave 15 years time to replace English by Hindi.
The event aims to promote the spread of the Hindi language across the world, particularly among people who speak other languages and do not know how to read or write it fluently. It also aims to promote community programs that encourage learning about Hindi literature, history and culture through various means such as writing workshops, poetry readings and community projects such as organizing festivals or events related specifically with those topics.
Hindi was declared as an official language in Madhya Pradesh on September 14, 1949. The first meeting was organised by B.R. Ambedkar at Nagpur, in 1953 and it was attended by 25 people from different parts of the state including Indore city and its suburbs etc..
Madhya Pradesh became the first state to adopt Hindi as it’s official language. The decision was taken by the Constituent Assembly of India in order to make it easier for people living in Madhya Pradesh to understand each other even if they didn’t speak English or any other common language.
The governor of M.P. Shri Rambabu Panday presided over this meeting which included Syed Mohammad Azam Azmi (President M.P. Congress), Ghanshyam Shahi (Minister M.P. Government), Sitaram Yechury (General Secretary Congress) and others members who supported Hindi language movement against British government during their time period.
The celebration of Hindi Divas has been a tradition since then and people celebrate it with great enthusiasm at various places around India by sharing their love for this beautiful language with others and celebrating its rich heritage through poetry recitals and cultural events like singing songs together or practicing dance moves which are unique to this region!
The festival also honours poets and writers who have contributed significantly in shaping our culture, literature and language. This includes poets like Tulsidas, Vyasa Bhakti Sankirtana Prakashan Samiti President Dr Rajendra Singh Bhojak (who was also responsible for organizing this year’s event), Dr Swami Adbhut Saraswati Ji Maharaj from Chhattisgarh state etc., who wrote about their experiences with God through their poems or stories about nature etc., which later became part some kind of legends or myths among people who read them!
People celebrate this special occasion with much enthusiasm and joy across different parts of this nation.
People of all ages and from different walks of life participate in the celebrations. There are various ways people celebrate this occasion, such as taking part in cultural activities and participating in debates, competitions etc., but one thing remains the same for all-they love their country with all its glory!
However, Jawaharlal Nehru opposed this decision and felt English should be continued for a longer period.
After the independence of India hindi was given the place of official language. However, at present many young age teenagers prefer to talk in English. We forgot our ancient culture and the great poets who contribute to promote Hindi. Hindi is a language which gives respects to everyone. The real celebration of Hindi Divas is when we all together speak Hindi language.