World Hindi Day 2021 | International Hindi Day 2021 | International Hindi Diwas
World Hindi Day 2021: It is celebrated every year on 10 January. International Hindi Day was first created in Nagpur on 10 January 1975. It has since been celebrated internationally. Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh announced to celebrate World Hindi Day on 10 January 2006.
Since then it is celebrated as International Hindi Day on 10 January every year in our country. By the way, you should know that Hindi day is celebrated every year on 14 September in India. Hindi is the ancient language of India, which is derived from Sanskrit, a large part of India speaks Hindi language.
Why International Hindi Diwas is celebrated?
International Hindi Day is celebrated every year on 10 January in the whole world. There is a reason to celebrate it.
- Bringing Hindi language to international level.
- Making people aware about Hindi language at the international level.
- Making the hindi language as an international language.
- Bringing features of Hindi languages internationally.
- Making people aware globally about Hindi language.
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When International Hindi Day Started?
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The history of Hindi language is the oldest history in India. Hindi is spoken not only in India but in many countries of the world. The main feature of International Hindi Day is to recognize Hindi language globally. Make people aware at the world level. People have to create affection for Hindi language.
International Hindi Day was started in Nagpur on 10 January 1975. Since then it has been celebrated every year. In India, on 10 January 2006, Dr. Manmohan Singh emphasised on celebrating International Hindi Day. Since then it is celebrated every year on 10 January in India. Every year in India, 14 September is celebrated as Hindi Day and 10 January as International Hindi Day.