Today is Hindi Day : Artwork prepared by my son to show his Love toward Hindi Language
Hello and Namaste Everyone
Today is 14 September 2020 and in North India, this day is celebrated as Hindi Divas. Hindi is the most spoken language in North India and today is the day to celebrate and show our love to the Hindi language.
Schools are operating online classes from home and no physical visit to the school so teachers asked students to prepare something at home and share with them. These days all such activities are getting done at home and good to keep them engaged apart from regular studies.
Hindi Diwas is celebrated on the 14th of September, to commemorate the adoption of Hindi in the Devanagari script as one of the official languages in different Hindi speaking states of India. Hindi was adopted as one of the two official languages of the Republic of India by the Constituent Assembly of India
Our language is our pride that we should be proud of speaking it anywhere I am proud to be a Hindi speaker and never hesitate to talk in my language anywhere. I fact I used to write my post in my initial days here in the Hindi language but because people were having problems understanding so I started doing in English.
I have respect for all the languages but I love the Hindi language because it's my mother language speaking in this one. Language is something that allows us to share or thoughts with other people to make them understand. Talking with someone in our mother language is always great to give the wonderful feeling of love talking in Hindi around me.
My son did some preparation for Hindi Diwas and here I am sharing some photos which I hope you will like it. He prepared a post using color papers and marker colors. He used everything that is recyclable and has no harm to our planet.
I am happy that he took the initiative and shown his love toward the Hindi language through this artwork and at this age its very good. Kids learn a lot in their childhood and this learning with stay with them for a lifetime. Such efforts also help them to explore their creative side.
There are many more kinds of stuff related to Hindi Diwas are available in the market and shops but he chooses to prepare his own and I love this dedication. He spent a few hours to prepare and tried his best to make nice as much as possible
Thank you so much, Everyone.
Stay Safe and have a good time.