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Hindi Day is an annual day observed on 14 September at national level and in hindi speaking states of India to celebrate the adoption of Hindi as one of the two official languages of India.
Indian diplomat recites poems on Hindi Diwas
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Hindi an unbreakable part of Indian culture: Amit ShahUnion Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday extended his wishes on the occasion of "Hindi Diwas" calling the language as an "unbreakable part of Indian culture" adding that Hindi has been working to "unify..
Amit Shah's 'only Hindi can unite India' gets Mahatma Gandhi backingOn Hindi Diwas, PM and HM call for greater dependence on language
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Use Hindi to realise dreams of Bapu, Patel: Amit ShahAmit Shah on Saturday greeted the nation on the occasion of 'Hindi Diwas' and asked citizens to increase its use in their everyday works. "If one language can do the work of tying the country to the..
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Hindi Diwas 2019: 44% of Indians speak the languageIndia is home to a variety of languages. But not all of them enjoy the same popularity as Hindi. With 52 crore speakers, India's remains the most-spoken language in the country.