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10 January International World Hindi Day

10 January International World Hindi Day is celebrated all around the world. January 10 is a pretty special day for the enthusiasts of Hindi all over the world because World Hindi Day is commemorated on this day. The objective of celebrating this day is to develop Hindi throughout the world. Also, Hindi has to be authenticated as an international language. This day is especially observed in the countries where there are embassies of India in the world. Not simply this, exceptional performances are organized in all government offices, universities crosswise in India.

10 January International World Hindi Day
10 January International World Hindi Day

On 10th January, World Hindi Day is observed to increase the language on a global level. Former Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh declared to commemorate World Hindi Day on January 10 every year in 2006Hindi is the fifth most spoken language amongst the total languages vocalized in the world. World Hindi Day is marked in the world since its inception in 2003. 

This day is observed every year on January 10. Its purpose is to build a proper atmosphere for the development of the Hindi language worldwide and to offer Hindi as the common language all around the world.

The Indian Embassies established in other countries commemorate World Hindi Day by arranging special programs. Numerous administration and non-government institutes create different shows for the progression of the Hindi language. 

On January 10, 1975, the World’s first Hindi Conference was held in Nagpur the City in Maharashtra. Where 122 representatives from 30 countries competed in the program. Hindi is the fifth most commonly spoken language in the world. Whereas World Hindi Day is dedicated to ensuring that the language flourishes in other portions of the world and gives acceleration to more Hindi lovers.

Famous Oxford Dictionary introduced Hindi words like ‘Bada Din’,  ‘Acha’, ‘Bacha’ and ‘Surya Namaskar‘ in their Dictionary in the year 2017. It portrays the greatness and recognition of Hindi in the whole wide world. Other than International Hindi day there is ‘National Hindi Day‘ which is celebrated on September 14 every year. The Constituent Assembly of India gave Hindi the standing of sanctioned language on September 14, in the year 1949, since then Hindi Day is celebrated every year on September 14. The first Prime Minister of the country, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, chose to honor National Hindi Day on September 14.