Devanagari Current Affairs, GK & News
To promote the greatness of the Hindi language, the Ministry of External Affairs and the Department of Official Language under the Ministry of Home Affairs celebrate World Hindi Day annually on the 10th of January, first celebrated in 2006 the day 10th January was chosen to mark the anniversary of first World Hindi Conference organized ..
Topics: Constituent Assembly of India • Department of Official Language • Devanagari • dewas • Hindi Diwas • Madhya Pradesh • Mauritius • Minister of External Affairs • Ministry of Home Affairs • World Hindi Day
Dr. Srinivasa Chakravathy and his team at IIT Madras has developed a unified script for nine Indian languages, named the Bharati script. The team has developed a method for reading documents in Bharati script using a multi-lingual Optical Character Recognition (OCR) scheme. The team has also created a finger-spelling method that can be used to ..
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
The National Hindi Divas (NHD) is celebrated every year on September 14 in India. On this day, in 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India had adopted Hindi written in Devanagari script as the official language of India under Article 343. In all, there are 22 Scheduled languages of India, of which, two are officially used ..
Topics: Devanagari • Hindi • Hindi Divas • Indian culture • Indo-Aryan languages • Languages of Gujarat • Languages of India • Languages of Maharashtra • Languages with official status in India • Official language • Official languages of India • States and union territories of India
The World Hindi Day (WHD) is observed every year on January 10 to mark the first anniversary of World Hindi Conference (WHC) which was held in 1975. The first WHC was inaugurated by then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Apart from India, the language is also spoken in Nepal, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Fiji and ..
Topics: Devanagari • Hindi • Hindi languages • Indian culture • Languages of Bihar • Languages of India • Languages of Jharkhand • Languages of Uttar Pradesh • States and union territories of India • World Hindi Conference
Rajasthan has become the India’s first state to offer free e-mail address in Hindi to its residents. The facility —[email protected] (in Devanagari script) — will lead to millions of new users who are not comfortable with English e-mail ids. The purpose of the initiative is to ensure maximum participation of people towards e-governance and that ..