It is a very controversial issue and has been so for many years. Meanwhile, Twitterati were quick to respond with StopHindiImposition trending. This rich and diversified culture is due to the large number of languages and dialects. But that is not the same time as making it an official language. If Hindi is made as national language then most of the other languages may not be brought to next generation and those languages wil be not in use as we lost our ancient and spiritual language Sanskrit. The prevalence of Hindi is far greater across India today than it was half a century ago. But she failed to acknowledge that it is not the official language of any of these countries, and therefore not a means of official communication with any of them.
It is not, however, the mother tongue of the rest of us. The constitution also grants the Sami and the Roma peoples the right to maintain and develop their languages: The Sami have partial right to use in official situations according to other laws. Between 1948 and 1961, on an average, every year, close to 24% of Central government officials had been selected from the State of Madras the present-day Tamil Nadu. Some of the language spoken in are , , , , , , , , , , , etc. Besides these there many which are the national languages of one or more of Canada's groups, and mixed First Nations-European peoples ; a number of First Nations legislate at the Indigenous government levels their language as an official language of the Nation, such is the case with the in. Most of the words in hindi are taken from different languages of the Indian subcontinent as well as asia and europe. However, that language is not the mother tongue of the population or used to communicate between Tunisian people, instead plays these roles and is the national language of Tunisia.
During successive imperial dynasties, the spoken language of the capital city served as the official spoken language and was used across the country by government officials who traveled to communicate with one another. The truth is, neither the Constitution nor the laws of India accord the status of National language to any language in India. . Neither our constitution nor our law recognizes the existence of a National Language. Gujarat High Court has observed that though majority of people in India have accepted Hindi as a national language, there was nothing on record to suggest that any provision has been made or order issued declaring Hindi as a national language of the country. If hindi is made an official language it will be convienient for only north indians. Though Hindi is spoken by a large number of people, only ten States of India have accepted it as their official language.
But Hindi is not the National language of India. This was made clear in a ruling by a bench headed by Chief Justice S J Mukhopadhaya in the Gujarat High Court in January 2010 in a hearing regarding issuing of directions that packaged commodities must contain details about goods in Hindi. The de facto solution to this question has been a practical one—use Hindi where it is understood, but use English everywhere and especially in the central government, since it places all Indians from all parts of our country at an equal disadvantage or advantage. The best example for this is death of Pali language. This is not in the interests of the nation. Considering that the statement came at a time when non-Hindi speaking belts of the country are protesting Hindi imposition by the centre, Venkaiah Naidu received severe backlash for his statement.
Administration: When Hindi becomes the National Language, it improves the administration, will lead to fast response from the government side and faster implementation of Government schemes, since the majority of the people knows Hindi very well. However, you can change your cookie settings at any time. What does the Law Really Say? Other languages spoken at home included Chinese 2. Two of Canada's northern territories legislate a variety of Indigenous languages. The fact stands that Hindi remains to be the most spoken language in the country.
No room for politics in India's multi cultural nature. Hence it is an International language. Wait for Karnataka elections 2018 — Pradeep Kumar H N pradeepkumarhn Dear if hindi peoples are so progressive then why will dey come to bengaluru seeking for job and bread — ಉದಯ ಕರಿಯಪ್ಳ udayakariyapla Mr. The Official Languages Act of 1963 says that Hindi and English are both official languages of India and the Gujarat High Court ruled in 2010 that Hindi is not the national language of India. Not having a common language has not stopped us from going anywhere in the country or interacting with anyone. Both national languages are compulsory subjects in school except for children with a third language as mother tongue and a language test is a prerequisite for governmental offices where a university degree is required.
India is a country with so many different languages and it is impossible to impose one among these as the national language. If a link language is required, it is of course English. Then what is the difference between national and official language? I think its a crying shame. The fact is that, Hindi is not our National Language; we do not have a National Language or a National Religion. India is not a single government country. We need government services, government information and government support; we need to understand easily what our government is saying to us or demanding of us. While recognizing the Hindi or any other language as the National Language, it promotes the growth of one.
He is not a typical Hindiwallah. The observation was made by division bench of Chief Justice S. In reality, it is as absurd as saying Hinduism is our National Religion. I do not call them regional languages because they are mother languages and national languages. The Counsel representing central government submitted that specific provision has been made under the Standard of Weight and Measures Packaged Commodities Rules of 1977 that particulars of declaration should be in Hindi in Devanagari script or in English. Hindi is officially the mother tongue of some 41 per cent of our population; the percentage has been growing, thanks to the spectacular failure of population control in much of north India.
The idea of making Hindi the sole national language was blasphemous to the students as it involved the simultaneous and complete withdrawal of English, even as a medium for competitive examinations for jobs and education! In January 2010, even the Gujarat High Court had that while a majority of the population who speak Hindi may have accepted it as a national language, but officially its not. This includes cookies from third party social media websites and ad networks. It was contended by Mr. The last is usually given the title of. State governments complement these by producing official material in the language of their states. Today, we are unable to decode the Pali and unable to understand the full history of our country.