Udaipur: Virtual Hindi Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm at Neerja Modi School. On September 14, 1949, the Constituent Assembly decided that Hindi would be the official language of India. Since the year 1953, this day is celebrated as Hindi-Day all over India at the request of Rashtrabhasha Prachar Samiti, Wardha, to propose the importance of this important decision and to spread Hindi in every region.
On this occasion, children have spoken beautiful poems, stories, and slogans in Hindi. Essay writing and debate competitions were also organized. Smt Rinu Chaudhry conducted the program. And proposed thanks by Smt. Pashmina Jain.
Wishing Hindi Day to all the children, the school director Sakshi Sojatia said that Hindi is spoken not only in our country but also in 50 other countries. There are a total of more than 80 crore people speaking Hindi around the world. Principal George A. Thomas encouraged the students always to respect the official language Hindi and said that we have to maintain the spelling and pride of Hindi writing.