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The third largest language in the world on the highest spoken scale. The world’s fourth major language as the mother tongue language. Our Hindi is so vast. According to Publication Ethnology, which does research and analysis on languages, around 63.7 million people in the world speak Hindi. Today is World Hindi Day. On this day, we are celebrating this great legacy of this Hindi. The aim is to further promote Hindi in the world.

The first World Hindi Conference was held in Nagpur on January 10, 1975, exactly 45 years ago. After that 12 such conferences have been held in Mauritius, Trinidad and Tubago, United Kingdom, Suriname, America, South Africa and Fiji. We celebrate World Hindi Day from January 10, 2006, remembering the same special day.

By the way, English is the most spoken language in the world. China’s Mandarin is in second place. The effect of English on all languages, including Hindi, is clearly visible, but there is another side of the coin. Hindi also taught Hindi to English. So let’s know about some interesting words that Hindi taught English …

A few more words that went from Hindi to English ……

Avatar: An icon or figure representing a particular person in video games, internet forums, etc.
Avatar: Avatar is a Sanskrit word which often means to descend. According to religious beliefs, the incarnation or descent of God on earth is called incarnation.

Bangle: A kind of bracelet worn in a bangle, bangadi or wrist.
Bangle: A circular jewel made of metal, etc., which women wear in wrists. It is the traditional jewel of Indian women.

Chit : A short note. Usually related to official and dues.
Letter: letter, letter or slip. The word chit is believed to be derived from the letter chit in Hindi.

Cushy : A situation (especially in a job) that is extremely easy or safe.
Khushi: English chusy is believed to have come from the Hindi word khushi. Which means happiness or will or desire.

What is the difference between World Hindi Day and National Hindi Day?
World Hindi Day is celebrated to commemorate the importance of the first World Hindi Conference held in Nagpur on 10 January 1975, while National Hindi Day is observed on 14 September. In fact, on 14 September 1949, the Constituent Assembly adopted Hindi as the official language of the country and Devanagari as the official script. The main objective of World Hindi Day is to promote Hindi in the world. This is the reason why Indian embassies spread all over the world organize many programs on this day.

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