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Hindi Diwas 2020: Home Minister Amit Shah wishes Hindi Diwas, tweeted and wrote …

Hindi Diwas 2020: Hindi Day (Hindi Diwas 2020) is celebrated every year in the country on 14 September. On this day, Hindi was adopted as the official language of India in Devanagari script. On the occasion of Hindi Day, Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted and congratulated the countrymen. Amit Shah tweeted, ‘Today, on the occasion of Hindi Day, I salute all the dignitaries who have contributed to its empowerment and also call upon the countrymen to use Hindi in their mother tongue as well as to protect them. And take a pledge to contribute to the promotion. Happy hindi day Also Read – Hindi Diwas 2020: Corona overshadowed even on Hindi Day, Official Language Department will not celebrate this special day

Amit Shah wrote in the next tweet, ‘Hindi is an unbreakable part of Indian culture. It has been an effective and powerful medium of national unity and identity since the freedom struggle. The greatest strength of Hindi is its scientificness, originality and simplicity. With the new education policy of Modi government, there will be parallel development of Hindi and other Indian languages.

In another tweet, the Home Minister said, “A country is identified by its border and geography, but its biggest identity is its language. The various languages ​​and dialects of India are his strength as well as a symbol of his unity. In India, which is full of cultural and linguistic diversity, ‘Hindi’ has been working to unify the whole nation in centuries.

Why Celebrate Hindi Diwas
On 14 September, Hindi was adopted as the official language of India in Devanagari script. On 14 September 1949, Hindi was adopted as the official language on the 50th birthday of Vyauhar Rajendra Simha and thereafter efforts to promote publicity accelerated. This decision was implemented by the Constitution of India on 26 January 1950 it was done. Under Article 343 (Article 343) of the Indian Constitution, Hindi (script used in more than 120 languages) written in Devanagari Script was adopted as the official language.

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