Adjectives and verbs change according to gender. He should respect but learn according to his suitability. Thus India is not dependent on only one language. Rate this: +16 -5 Harris said: Feb 15, 2018 Hello everyone, In my opinion, Hindi should not be an official language in India, because there are lots of people in India who can't speak Hindi, there are many different cultures and different languages like Tamil, Punjabi, Urdu, Kannada etc in India, as we all know India is a diversified country, so Hindi should not be official language. Hindi is our national language but our official language should be English as the language itself creates many riots among Indians.
The biggest fault of our education system is that we are producing English speaking people under the name of education which don't have any knowledge to produce anything they are just good at English talking. We can change hindi as official. And it is also difficult to understand. There is no doubt that the international importance of English compels us to learn it vigorously for the international interaction but it has to stop somewhere. Do we really need a national language? Teacher: Why are you sitting? Look how the English Medium schools in the country are attracting the vast majority of the students. It has became international because the people of British ruled over on so many countries and where they went they use their language and they did not adopt any other language thatswhy it becomes international.
It was adopted by the Constituent Assembly soon after the achievement of independence in 1947. But even this small portion becomes considerable since India is the second largest populated country in the world. Difficulties and opposition: Hindi is opposed because it is a very difficult and complicated language. Are they understand and speak Hindi? So Hindi should me made official language but that doesn't mean we should ignore other languages because every language plays important role in its own way. Three - fourth of India's population is in villages where the national language is the most common and easy method to reach and develop.
It is the language of general communication in our country. Government of India recognized Tamil, Sanskrit, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and Oriya as the classical language, not Hindi. Rate this: +13 -6 Pankaj Speaker said: Aug 16, 2017 Well I 'm also an Indian. Hindi is spoken by almost 45% of the total population of India. Coming up to the regional issues, I don't think any controversy would arise if this takes place because even in Pakistan many people know Hindi. Hence, India needs a national language or lingua-franca for all the people of India. So a language that almost everyone can speak in our country is english.
Hindi is in the name of hindustan itself. But at the same time, we have to respect every language and give equal importance to all Indian languages for the development and happiness of the country. Rate this: +4 -8 Mukul Kanyal said: Jul 31, 2017 Yes, Hindi should be our official language. India is not made into the nation from only this 40% of the population. Knowledge of Hindi will help with Sanskrit, Urdu, Nepalese, Bengali and Gujarati as they all have some similarities with Hindi, either in spoken language or in the written script.
Rate this: +20 -11 Ishaan Cariappa said: Feb 14, 2018 No, As Hindi is a language that is only at the convenience of the northern states and doesn't take into consideration the southern states such as Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. While Naidu seems to be a great proponent of the country learning Hindi, he has several facts wrong. Bengal may revolt and may demand sovereignty as it once had done over another issue. So we should speak a common language so that it is easy to communicate with others. Speaking of Hindi in public places, offices, schools and colleges is considered to be a sign of low status.
But it will also cut off the coming generations from the history and traditions of our rich heritage. Rate this: +5 -41 Akash said: Jul 13, 2017 Yes, Hindi should be the official language of India but till now it is not possible due to regional politics played by parties. This is not in the interests of the nation. But people in India give their first preference to English language. For everything else, there are translators!. As of now English is a link language widely used in India. And the language is not old enough like Sanskrit and tamil.
But then again there are democracies like Japan, Russia etc. In my opinion, English should be the official language Because English is the common language. You'll find many familiar words in English which are either Hindi or of Hindi origin. Language should be used for convenience. Rate this: +16 -2 Chetan Tingase said: Sep 3, 2018 No doubt Hindi language embraces beauty and we Indians are proud of it.
Therefore, people oppose to it vehemently. Because of the british english english was spread all across the country and was used by everyone. This indirectly affects our growth in the International Market. If you can't talk Hindi which is convenient to north India then talk in English which is familiar to all Indians because English is common language of education all over nation. I mean common guys what's wrong with you? For more facts and information on Hindi or on Vishwa Hindi Parishad, please Subscribe to this YouTube Channel and stay tuned. Is Hindi the national language of India? According to census, more than 30 languages and more than thousand dialects are spoken by Indians. The Indian census of 1961 recognised 1, 652 different languages in India including languages not native to the subcontinent.
Every language is beautiful in its own way just like every festival of India is. But that status is still pending and the transformation has yet to be made. If we don't respect the customs of other then it can cause riots in the country on the basis of language. संताः 60 पैसे में दोगे? Rate this: +13 -4 Sohini said: Aug 9, 2017 Hii guys. In my point of view, Hindi shouldn't be made as India's official language because if made it won't be a unifying factor for India.