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| Last Updated: 14/09/2020

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Hindi Diwas : 14th September, 2019

Hindi Diwas is celebrated across the country at 14th of September every year to remember the historic occasion of the Hindi. It was started celebrating as a Hindi Diwas as Hindi written in Devnagari script was approved as an official language by the Constituent Assembly at 14th of September in the year 1949. Hindi Diwas 2019 will be celebrated all over the India at Saturday, on 14th of September. India observes Hindi Diwas annually on 14th September to promote the Hindi language and to save it from getting extinct. The Government of India, under the Ministry of Home Affairs has organized a Hindi Diwas Samaroh on 14th September 2019 at 10 A.M. live streaming of the complete event will be available on Government Video Portal at Schools across the country are preparing for various literary competitions in Hindi.

Hindi Diwas Week

The Hindi Diwas Week or ‘Hindi Saptah’ is mainly celebrated around the Hindi Diwas. It starts with the Hindi Diwas on 14th September and celebrated for one week till 20th September. It is mostly celebrated in government offices, schools, colleges and many private organizations. Many nationalized and private banks including corporate sectors in south India celebrate Hindi Diwas Week by writing a specific Hindi word on a white board and describing the meaning and uses of the word. Every hour there is a new word written on the white board so that people learn new Hindi words and use then in their daily life. In many schools and colleges Hindi essay writing and speech competitions are organized and students speak only in Hindi without using any English words. Many functions are organized on a national level showcasing the importance of Hindi and how it was used as a language of national integration during the independence struggle.

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