Page-3 of Hindi Current Affairs, GK & News
In Uttar Pradesh, the first -ever National Hindi Science writers conference has started on 11th of October in Lucknow with an aim to release science writing from the clutches of English and to promote use of Hindi and other Vernacular languages. More than one thousand science writers from across the country are participating in this ..
The idea proposed by the Union Home Minister Amit Shah that Hindi is the unifying language and must be made National language has created a lot of resentment especially in southern states. Below is the Hindi language profile in India (based on 2011 census). Languages of India 43% of Indians speak the Hindi language, which ..
Topics: Bhojpuri language • Hindi • Hindi Belt • Hindi in Bihar • Indian culture • Indo-Aryan languages • Languages of Bihar • Languages of India • Languages of Jharkhand • Languages of Uttar Pradesh • States and union territories of India
Hindi is one of the 22 scheduled languages of India and is spoken by around 40% of the Indian population. September 14 is observed as Hindi Divas every year. The word Hindi is derived from the Persian word Hind which means land of the Indus River. Hindi is the fourth most spoken language in the ..
Topics: Anti-Hindi agitations of Tamil Nadu • Hindi • Hindi Imposition • Indian culture • Indo-Aryan languages • Languages of India • Languages with official status in India • States and union territories of India
The National Hindi Divas (NHD) is celebrated every year on 14th of September in India. On this day, in 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India had adopted Hindi written in Devanagari as the official language of the country. The Rajbhasha Hindi is spoken by around 40% people across the country & is the single largest ..
Topics: Chhattisgarhi language • Hindi • Hindi Divas • Hindi Imposition • Indian culture • Indo-Aryan languages • Languages of Gujarat • Languages of India • Languages of Maharashtra • Official languages of India • States and union territories of India
Contrary to the popular misconception that India has the most no. of different languages that are spoken in one country, the title actually belongs to the nation of Papua New Guinea. While a total of 840 languages are spoken in Papua New Guinea, over 453 languages are spoken in India and it holds the distinction ..