Indian Government has made $1 million for the promotion of the Hindi language

Hindi language Recently, the Indian government made a donation of $1 million to the United Nations to support the promotion of the Hindi language, at the recommendation of the 8th World Hindi Conference.

UN promotion of Indian language

India’s Permanent Representative, Ruchira Kamboj, had expressed gratitude to @IndiaUNNewYork and @ruchirakamboj under the  @UNinHindi service, aimed at delivering UN news and stories to Hindi-speaking audiences in India and the world. In this history of the UN history, the 1st effort of the promotion of the Hindi language to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who, in 1977, became the first Indian official to address the UN in Hindi when he served as the external affairs minister. India started efforts to include Hindi as an official language at the UN in 2003, with the constitution of a high-level committee chaired by the then external affairs minister.

India’s for Hindi as an Official Language in the UN

What status has been given to the Hindi language by the Constitution of India?

In The Constitution of India, it is stated that Hindi shall be the Official Language of the Union of India. The Constitution declared so in 1950. In Article 343(1) of the Constitution, it is specified that Hindi in Devanagari script shall be the Official Language of the Union of India.

When was Hindi declared as the national language of India?

On the 14th of September 1949, Hindi was adopted as the official language of the Union of India. This day is celebrated as ‘Hindi Diwas’ in India