Through World Hindi Day, we all get an opportunity to express support and affection towards Hindi. The date of January 10 was chosen because Hindi was spoken for the first time in the United Nations General Assembly on January 10, 1949. Hindi Diwas is celebrated twice a year, once on 10 January as World Hindi Day and second time on 14 September as National Hindi Day.
In a world dominated by English and Mandarin, a melody often overlooked yet rich in rhythm and history weaves its way across continents. Yes, we're talking about Hindi, the language that dances on the
January 10th, is a date not just etched in the calendar but woven into the tapestry of global linguistic expression. It marks the annual celebration of Vishwa Hindi Diwas, or World Hindi Day, a vibran
Every year on January 10th, the world unites to celebrate Vishwa Hindi Diwas, or World Hindi Day. This occasion serves as a vibrant tapestry woven with the threads of cultural heritage, linguistic div
Every year on January 10th, the world unites to celebrate the rich tapestry of Hindi, a language that flows like honey and dances like flames. This is World Hindi Day, a day dedicated to the globa