As taught during everyone’s school days that Hindi is our mother tongue but the lying fact is that Hindi has immense diversified importance than just being our mother tongue. Hindi is the most commonly spoken language in India langue, the thread that gives an emotional touch to every Indian of being connected to each other is Hindi. India’s glory story is ‘Hindi’, India’s honor is Hindi, without Hindi India is not identical on World map.
On this World Hindi Day, we’ll take you to the social media trends that glorify Hindi as our mother tongue.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh tweeted, “On the occasion of World Hindi Day I congratulate every Hindi lover. Today, Hindi has emerged as one of the top languages spoken all around the world. I wish, every Indian should come forward for the development of our mother tongue Hindi.”
Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar tweeted, “Hindi and Indian languages are very beautiful. Nowadays the use of Hindi language on web and phone chats are very commonly used. I congratulate every Indian on World Hindi Day.”
Former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chauhan tweeted, “China, Japan, Russia achieved the heights of development through education in their own language. We have to change the mindset of looking at our language with disrespect. Without the advancement of Hindi, the imagination of the development of the country would be meaningless.”
Princess of Royal family Jaipur Diya Kumari tweeted “On the occasion of World Hindi Day, I congratulate every Indian for being part of such an authentic and inspiring language.”
NCW Chairman Rekha Sharma congratulated everyone on World Hindi Day.
BJP National general secretary Saroj Pandey tweeted, “Hindi is the honor and self-respect of every Indian, Hindi is our mother tongue, we should always speak Hindi and on the occasion of World Hindi Day, we must encourage others to speak Hindi.”
BJP National Vice President Om Prakash Mathur tweeted, “Hindi is a language of without exception, best-organized grammar, a script for every distinct sound, consortium of 16 spoken and 5 sub-spoken languages.”