OUR NATIONAL LANGUAGE: Essay Topics

English_Master August 5, 2016 No Comments
OUR NATIONAL LANGUAGE India is a vast country. In India, many languages that are in existence. Hindi is the most common and followed by large percentages of population. Because the country adopted Hindi as the national language. As India is a vast nation, So many difficult languages are spoken there. It causes a great hindrance in uniting country as a whole. So there should be one such language that unites a country as a whole. In our constitution 141 languages have been accepted as major languages. Our National language-Hindi- links the whole nation in one. As English is considered to be an international language and it is spoken throughout the world, it is convenient for the people of every country so they try to learn it. In the same manner every country should have its own national languages as it links all the states with one another. For official works if there is no national language it would create practical difficulties. A Common Language should have some peculiarities as it should be widely spoken and understood in most of the parts of our country. Secondly it should be rich. It should have an ability to express itself in the subjects of culture, religion, philosophy, literature and science etc. Its...
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Essay about OUR NATIONAL LANGUAGE

English_Master March 28, 2016 No Comments
OUR NATIONAL LANGUAGE Hindi is our national language and English has been retained as an Associate National Language, due to insistent and persistent demand from South India where the people in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala, do not properly understand Hindi and they do not want that Hindi should be imposed on them, which in their misguided view is a language of the North and not of the South. In the beginning it was planned to retain English for ten years as lingua franca-language used for general communication in the country— but now it has been declared as an Associated National Language and is being retained indefinitely until Hindi becomes the true National Language. Hindi is indeed the National Language adopted by the Constituent Assembly soon after the achievement of independence in 1947. But millions in India still do not know Hindi. It is because it has been made difficult by the introduction of Sanskrit terms in it. The conception of Mahatma Gandhi and Subhash Chandra Bose of Hindi as a national language was that of Hindustani-— a mixture of Hindi and Urdu. But over the years Hindi has become very much Sanskritised. Purshottamlal Tandon, the U.P. Leader, was responsible for this form of Hindi. Over the years Hindi has been made so difficult that many people from...
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OUR NATIONAL LANGUAGE: Essay Writing

English_Master January 18, 2016 No Comments
OUR NATIONAL LANGUAGE Hindi is our national language and English has been retained as an Associate National Language, due to insistent and persistent demand from South India where the people in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala, do not properly understand Hindi and they do not want that Hindi should be imposed on them, which in their misguided view is a language of the North and not of the South. In the beginning it was planned to retain English for ten years as lingua franca-language used for general communication in the country— but now it has been declared as Associated National Language and is being retained indefinitely until Hindi becomes the true National Language. Hindi is indeed the National Language adopted by the Constituent Assembly soon after the achievement of independence in 1947. But millions in India still do not know Hindi. It is because it has been made difficult by the introduction of Sanskrit terms in it. The conception of Mahatma Gandhi and Subhash Chandra Bose of Hindi as a national language was that of Hindustani— a mixture of Hindi and Urdu. But over the years Hindi has become very much Sanskritised. Purshottamlal Tandon, the U.P. Leader, was responsible for this form of Hindi. Over the years...
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Essay on OUR NATIONAL LANGUAGE

English_Master June 13, 2015 No Comments
OUR NATIONAL LANGUAGE Hindi is our national language and English has been retained as an Associate National Language, due to insistent and persistent demand from South India where the people in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala, do not properly understand Hindi and they do not want that Hindi should be imposed on them, which in their misguided view in a language of the North and not of the South. In the beginning it was planned to retain English for ten years as lingua franca language used for general communication in the country but now it has been declared as an Associate National Language and is being retained indefinitely until Hindi becomes the true National Language. Hindi is indeed the National Language adopted by the Constituent Assembly soon after the achievement of independence in 1947. But millions in India still do not know Hindi. It is because it has been made difficult by the introduction of Sanskrit terms in it. The conception of Mahatma Gandhi and Subhash Chandra Bose of Hindi as a national language was that of Hindustani a mixture of Hindi and Urdu. But over the years Hindi has become very much sanskritized. Purshotttamlal Tandon, the U.P. leader, was responsible for this form of Hindi. Over...
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