Every year, we observe September 14 as Hindi Diwas across the country. Many educational institutions including IITs celebrate Hindi Diwas on September 14 to promote the Hindi language. Most of the students are not aware of the reason why we celebrate Hindi Diwas on September 14? The answer is the Constituent Assembly of India adopted Hindi as the official language of the country in 1949 on September 14. The same resolution was accepted and Hindi became a part of the Indian Constitution on January 26, 1950. Here, we have described some amazing information about Hindi Diwas 14th September for students!
Why We Celebrate Hindi Diwas On September 14?
The Constituent Assembly of India had adopted Hindi as the official language of India on September 14, 1949. Hindi Diwas is celebrated on September 14 to commemorate the official announcement made by the Assembly. Hindi is one of the 22 languages of the Republic of India. It is written in Devanagari script along with the English.
Hindi Language In Indian Constitution
Students can find about the official language of the country in the Constitution of India in Part XVII (Official Language). The Article 343 says, ''The official language of the Union shall be Hindi in Devanagari script.'' It also described, ''The form of numerals to be used for the official purposes of the Union shall be the international form of Indian numerals.''
Hindi Diwas Facts For Students
- Amir Khusro has written the first poem in Hindi
- Grasim the Taisi, a French writer, composed the first literature on the history of the Hindi language.
- Rajbhasha Week or Hindi Week is celebrated to mark the Hindi Diwas.
- Bhasha Samman award has been started on Hindi Diwas.
- Some of the Hindi words that are commonly used in English are - Bandana, Bangle, Cheetah, Cot, Juggernaut, Shampoo and Dungaree.