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Interesting Facts about Hindi Language (हिन्दी)
• Hindi, as in Devanagari script is the official language of India.
• Almost 260 million people are recorded to be the native speakers of this language.
• It is also the official language in Fiji.
• Interestingly both English and Hindi language share the same language family, i.e. indo-european.
• It is often believed that the language derived its name from ‘Hind’, which is a Persian word.
• 14 September 1949 marks the day when this language was adopted as the union’s official language.
• Prem Sagar was the first book that was published in Hindi.
Where is Hindi Spoken
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The dialects of Hindi language (in a broader sense) are divided as Central, Eastern, East-Central and Northern Zone languages. However, in a narrow sense, the dialects of Hindi can be properly understood or equated with the languages/ dialects spoken in the central zone.
Central Zone (Hindi)
The language spoken in the central zone is further classified into western and eastern Hindi. The same is as follows:
a) Western Hindi
• Kannauji: Spoken in west-central UP, i.e. Uttar Pradesh.
• Bundeli: Spoken in west-central Madhya Pradesh and south-western Uttar Pradesh.
• Haryanvi: Spoken in Delhi and Haryana.
• Braj Bhasha: Spoken in the adjoining districts of Haryana and Rajasthan and also in western Uttar Pradesh.
• Hindustani (or Khariboli): Spoken in Delhi and western Uttar Pradesh.
b) Eastern Hindi
• Chhattisgarhi: Spoken in central and northern part of Chhattisgarh and also in southeast Madhya Pradesh.
• Bagheli: Spoken in south-eastern Uttar Pradesh and north-central Madhya Pradesh.
• Awadhi: Spoken in northern and north-central part of UP.
• Bhojpuri: Spoken in northern Chhatisgarh, northwestern Jharkhand, eastern Uttar Pradesh, northeastern Madhya Pradesh, western Bihar and Madhesh (Nepal). The Bhojpuri diaspora is also found in Suriname, Bangladesh, South Africa, Pakistan, Mauritius, Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean, Jamaica, Guyana and Fiji.
Other Forms of Hindi
• Bombay Hindi: This dialect is majorly spoken in Mumbai
• Kolkata Hindi: It is heavily influenced by Bengali and Bhojpuri languages and is spoken in Kolkata and Shillong.
• Fiji Hindi: It was developed among the Indo-Fijians and is known to be the Eastern Hindi lingua-franca.
• Caribbean Hindustani: This form of language was developed among the Indo-Caribbeans. It is said to be quite similar to Fiji Hindi and Bhojpuri.
• Andaman Creole Hindi: This form of Hindi language is spoken in the Andaman Islands, as the trade language.
Basic Info about Hindi Native Country
• Country: India
• Capital: New Delhi
• Currency: Rupee
• President: Pranab Mukherjee
• Prime Minister: Narendra Modi
• Population: 1.252 billion (2013)
• GDP (per capita): 1,498.87 USD (2013)
• Government Type: Democratic republic
• Unemployment Rate: 5%
• Ease Of Doing Business Rank: 130th
• Major Industries: Agriculture, cement, software, transportation equipment, petroleum products, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, steel, textiles, machinery, mining, leather and construction
• India is said to have almost 1, 55,015 post offices, which makes it the world’s largest postal network.
• Chess was invented in this country before the 6th century AD.
• India is also known to be the world’s largest democracy.
• The country records the lowest meat consumption in the world.
• Cows are considered to be sacred in India.
• Almost 70% of the spices used in the world come from India.
Hindi Language History
The Hindi language is believed to be a descendant of Sanskrit and has been greatly influenced by Persian, English, Dravidian languages, Arabic, Turkic languages and Portuguese. The dialect of Hindustani is Khariboli, on which the Standard form of Hindi is actually based. In the Mughal period (1800s), Urdu language acquired the linguistic prestige officially. In the late 19th century, the movement to standardize Hindi got started. In 1881, Hindi was accepted as official language by Bihar, thereby replacing the Urdu language. This way, Bihar sprung as the first Indian state to adopt Hindi.
After independence, a committee was set, in order to prepare Hindi language grammar. Further, Devanagari script was used for the standardization of the orthography. Finally, on 14 September 1949, Hindi was adopted as India’s official language by the Constituent Assembly.
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