Wishes to Share on World Hindi Day

India is a land of culture, languages, and festivals. Many languages are spoken in various parts of India by various sections of society. However, one language that stands out from the rest has to be Hindi. Hindi is the most common language in the country and is hailed as the mother tongue by a large section of society. World Hindi Day is celebrated all over the world on January 10.

In this article, let’s take a look at some of the famous quotes and messages you can use to wish your fellow Indian on World Hindi Day.

 

If one script is required for all Indian languages, then it can be Devanagari only.” -Justice Krishnaswamy Iyer
“Hindi is the simplest source of our nation’s expression.” -Sumitranandan Pant
“Our Nagari is the most scientific script in the world.” -Rahul Sankrityayan.

“Warm wishes on Hindi Diwas to everyone. Let us always take pride in speaking Hindi because it is our mother tongue.”

“Speaking in Hindi is nothing to be ashamed of. Let us speak in Hindi and promote our language. Happy Hindi Diwas to everyone.”

“On the occasion of Hindi Diwas, let us make everyone aware of the importance of Hindi in our lives. Happy Hindi Diwas.”

 

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“As we get eager to learn other languages, we must not forget how special our own Hindi is. Warm wishes on World Hindi Day.”

“The occasion of Hindi Diwas reminds us all that how beautiful is the language of Hindi is and we must always respect it. Happy Hindi Diwas 2021.”

“Hindi bhasha Bharat ka wo gehna hai jo sada Bharat ko sajata rahega aur sada hi humari shaan bankar chamakta rahega. Hindi Diwas ki badhai.”

“A country that does not take pride in its language and literature can never progress”

“Don’t be ashamed to speak Hindi Hearty greetings to all of you on Hindi Day to all of you my friends”

“A nation is dumb without national language.” -Mahatma Gandhi
“Hindi is the soul of Indian culture.” -Kamalapati Tripathi

“Till Hindi is not made the power of the poor, till then the country will not get freedom from poverty. Happy Hindi Diwas!”

“Wishing you a very Happy Hindi Diwas to you. Let us add more purpose to this day by promising ourselves to always stand for the honor of our mother tongue.”

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