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Title :
World Hindi Day (Vishwa Hindi Diwas)
Objective :
To raise awareness about the language of Hindi across the World and to present Hindi as an international language.
Colour Scheme :
Multiple colours; as it is a national language of a colourful nation with Hindi written in black for the focus.
Focus I :
The word Hindi written in Devnagri script in the center.
Focus II :
Hindi Alphabets (Hindi Varnmala) in the background.
Misc. :
The government of India since 2006 is celebrating 10th January as World Hindi Day.
Date :
10th January
Related to :
World Hindi Day (Vishwa Hindi Diwas)
Connect Date :
10th January 1975
Connect Place :
Nagpur, India
Special 1 :
Hindi is the fourth most spoken language of the world. Various constitutional provisions like Article 120, Article 210, Article 343, Article 344 and Articles from 348 to 351 are aimed at the promotion of Hindi.
Special 2 :
Every year Hindi Divas is celebrated on September 14th because it was the day Hindi was recognised as an official language. On 14 September 1949, the constituent assembly adopted Hindi written in Devanagari script as the Official Language of the Union. While the World Hindi Day is aimed at the promotion of the Hindi language at the global stage, the Hindi Divas is being observed across the country at the national level.
More Info :
The Conference that took place in Nagpur on 10th January 1975, that conference saw representation from 30 countries; that is why the government announced the date as “World Hindi Day”.