World Hindi Day

Published on January 10, 2020
Current context: World Hindi Day is celebrated on 10th January every year.
World Hindi Day
  • The day is commemorated every year with the objective to promote the use of Hindi language abroad.
  • The First World Hindi Conference was organized on this day in 1975 in Nagpur to promote the language worldwide.
  • Since then 10th January is being observed as World Hindi Day.
  • Hindi is India’s official language and is spoken by more than 250 million people across the World.
  • Under Article 343, the official language of the Union has been prescribed and Hindi was declared as an official language but not the national language.
  • The Department of Official Language – Rajbhasha, Government of India organises several special programmes to mark the day.
  • Hindi is adopted as an official language of Pacific Island country Fiji.


Q.1 Which day is celebrated as the World Hindi Day every year?
a. 10th December
b. 10th January
c. 11th December
d. 11th January

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