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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 [Video]

Indian diplomat recites poems on Hindi Diwas

Indian Ambassador to Madagascar and Comoros Abhay Kumar recited Hindi poems on the occasion of Hindi Diwas or Hindi Day. Abhay, who is also a poet, recounted the third part of the famous Hindi poem..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 03:09Published

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