Students In Pune Observe Hindi Diwas With Enthusiasm And Joy

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Batul Hakim

Pune, 14th September 2022: The first Hindi Divas was observed on September 14, 1953, after Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s then-prime minister, chose to designate this day as Hindi Divas.

The Constituent Assembly approved Hindi written in Devanagari as India’s official language on September 14, 1949, and since then Hindi Day is celebrated on the 14th.


Santosh Chand, a student of 9th standard said, “Hindi is the language of India and is also our mother tongue and we love this language as it is a basic way of communication.”


About 50 crore people in India speak Hindi today. In addition to this, there is a sizable number of Hindi-speaking persons abroad. Hindi is ranked as the third most spoken language in the world as a result of this enormous number.


Shruti Birari, a student said, “We had performances like Hindi skits, Hindi poetry and many such activities in school today. We realized the importance of the language and the history behind it.”


Sakina Polishwala, a 6th grader said, “Just like English binds the world together, Hindi is a bridge connecting people in our country, and celebrating Hindi Diwas in school was a memorable experience.”