Free Essays on Our National Language Hindi

  1. Hindi Hai Hum (Hindi Is Our Mother Tongue) …….. Are We Really..??? Origin of ‘Hinglish’ or as I Say.. Hindification of English Words…!!

    Hindi hai hum (hindi is our mother tongue) …….. are we really..??? Origin of ‘HINGLISH’ or as I say.. HINDIFICATION OF ENGLISH WORDS…!! After our independence, HINDI was declared to be the national language of our country. But this happened only in the paper, what came out in practice was much...

  2. Fifty Years of Language Planning for Modern Hindi

    FIFTY YEARS OF LANGUAGE PLANNING FOR MODERN HINDI The Official Language of India 1. ABSTRACT Hindi - according to the 1991 Census of India, is the mother tongue of 233,432,285 persons (22% of the entire Indian population), and is spoken as a language (which includes 47 or so mother tongues cobbled...

  3. Language Problem in India ....

    Language problem in india .... ITS DIVERSE EFFECTS ON OUR COUNTRYS ECONOMY India is one the greatest or well you can also say one of the weirdest countries in the world…. it’s a country u could never have thought would come over 50 years living together…. Our country on its way had to deal with...

  4. Comparison Between Hindi and Urdu

    ------------------------------------------------- HinDi ------------------------------------------------- vs ------------------------------------------------- Urdu An Artificial Divide? Sudarsh Rathi,201125172 AsIf Hussain,201225086 RUDHIR SIDDHAM,201225195 Sudarsh Rathi,201125172 ...

  5. english language

    When people make a great fuss over the merits and demerits of a language they overlook an important point that a language is not merely a means of communicating thoughts but also a way of getting civilized. Since, the date of India’s independence, there has been running many claims and counter-claims...

  6. National Integration

    Issues and Goals National Integration and Secularism 24 Notes NATIONAL INTEGRATION AND SECULARISM You must have learnt and recited our national anthem, ‘Jana-gana-mana’. You would have also solemnly recited it with others on several occasions, especially while celebrating national events, such as...

  7. Prem de Prem Le

    Lyrical Nationalism: Gender, Friendship, and Excess in 1970s Hindi Cinema Priya Jha [Figures] [pic] The Bombay film industry (Bollywood) is usually considered, along with other state-sanctioned institutions, in its role as a force for cultural and political consolidation within the architecture...

  8. Hindi Lessons

    Hindi Lessons This book is an introduction to Hindi and the script used to write it. It was written as an entry at hindi.unilang.org, and the author was kind enough to grant permission to copy and freely modify the text under the GFDL. Presently it is in a very colloquial style and needs editing to...

  9. Obstacles to National Unity

    The obstacles to national unity Racial Inequality, Social Inequality, Religious inequality... etc (1) Regionalism/Separatism (ii) Linguism (iii) Casteism and (iv) communalism. (i) Regionalism/Separatism: Regionalism or Separatism is the most advance obstacle in the way of National Unity and development...

  10. Female Representation in Hindi Mainstream Cinema

    Cinema is a popular media of mass consumption which plays a key role in moulding opinions, constructing images and reinforcing dominant cultural values. Hindi cinema has been a major point of reference for Indian culture in this century. It has shaped and expressed the changing scenarios of modern India to...

  11. For Improving Hospital Language Support System

    For improving Hospital Language Support System The United States is one of the most diverse countries in the world. The 2007 population census states the total population to be 301,621,159—native being 263,561,465. Foreign born population is 12.62%- 38,059,694 and naturalized U.S. citizen is around...

  12. The Origin of the Urdu Language

    The Origin of the Urdu Language: The national language of the Pakistani people or our ‘qaumi zuban’ is interestingly, one that most of us learn as a second language. Unlike our first language, it is learnt primarily as a written phenomenon. In primary schools, the child encounters its alphabet ‘alif...

  13. The Changing Perception of Young Newspaper Readers of Bangalore with the Changed Face of English Language Newspapers

    The changing perception of young newspaper readers of Bangalore with the changed face of English language newspapers a research paper by Naresh H. Rao, Department of Journalism Introduction Perception is defined as the act of perceiving, which is "to become aware of directly through any of the...

  14. Language of Cinema

    LANGUAGE OF CINEMA,ITS NEW TRENDS,IMPACT OF CINEMA ON SOCIETY,FILM AS A CONTEMPORARY ART FORM.. The cinema of India consists of films produced across India, which includes the cinematic culture of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Gujarat,Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Orissa,Punjab...

  15. Multiculturalism

    research and attracts eminent scholars to its faculty. The University of Delhi attracts students from the different parts of the country. In our survey, we interviewed students from various colleges under DU. Some of them were from St.Stephens College, Sri.Venketeshwara College, Jesus and Mary...

  16. Does Banning Fashion Shows and New Year Parties Save Our Culture

    Every country, every region is recognised by some particular features of their culture. It may be some food, attire, language or tradition. Like Chow Mein is eaten by people around the world, but it always reminds about Mainland China. Reiki, a healing and medication technique, always reminds about Japan...

  17. English an Obstacle in the Development of Native Languages and Culture

    English is an Obstacle in the Development of All Indian regional Languages Before independence, our rulers-the British had a definite policy in keeping us uneducated. They had seen a successful experiment in Africa, naming it the Dark Continent, a overpopulated teeming mass of...

  18. Language Used in Political Speeches - Australia

    English Language Study “How is language used in political speeches?” Political speeches have the ability to create and design an outcome of any situation. I will be analysing how language is used in political speeches. Explaining how language is used by politics to persuade an audience, through their...

  19. Importance of the English Language

    has been almost two centuries that English education was introduced in India and since then it has been playing an important role in our national life, not to mention our educational system. Most people believe that the then British rulers needed some cheap native clerks who could work in their offices...

  20. Science and Technology in Hindi

    Science writing in Hindi appears to have began in 1818 (Patariya, 2000) with the publication of a magazine named “Hindi Digdarshan,” copies of which were circulated to many schools in West Bengal. ‘Digdarshan' regularly incorporated materials on science, a trend that was not in vogue at that time even...

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    Development (Financial Assistance) Abstract: In our rural survey we were focusing on financial assistance schemes running by central government for rural people i.e. farmers .The target location we choose was villages’ outskirts of Allahabad city. We divided our shelf in further sub-group to carry out data...

  22. Multilingua/Multicultural Education as an Agent of National Unity

    MULTILINGUAL/MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF NATIONAL UNITY BY OGUNYEMI KEHINDE OLUFEMI FEBRUARY, 2010. MULTILINGUALISM AND MULTICULTURALISM Multilingualism and multiculturalism are two similar concepts with only a thin line separating them. According to Ajulo (2008) multilingualism...

  23. National Integration

    National integration:-ours is a nation of unity in diversity.India stands as a myriad example of unity of culture,religion,languages regions,different festivals,dress styles,outlooks and co lour.we have been able to preserve this unity in all odds.Communal harmony is the Hall mark of our sustenance ...

  24. Obstacles in National Integration

    an entity composed of many communities, races classes, languages and sub­cultures. In any such nation, there are many obstacles to the achievement of national integration. In India the following hindrances are obstructing the growth of national feeling, casteism, communalism, linguistic fanaticism...

  25. Lost Languages

     Language is the most complex form of communication used by all species. Language is what all humans have in common despite their culture or beliefs. It is a device used for all communication whether written, verbal, expressive or gestured. As humans have developed and migrated languages have become...

  26. English Language Learning and Teaching

    English Language Education in Rural Schools of India: The Situation, the Policy and the Curriculum   Abstract This paper attempts to bring in the issues related to English language education situation in rural schools in India, the state policy on language education, quality questions in second...

  27. English as a National Foreign Language

    English as a National Foreign Language India has two national languages for central administrative purposes: Hindi and English. Hindi is the national, official, and main link language of India. English is an associate official language. The Indian Constitution also officially approves twenty-two regional...

  28. Fifteen Years

    THE HINDU IN 1953 POINTS OUT HOW IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO BANISH ENGLISH LANGUAGE FROM INDIA. ENGLISH LANGUAGE IS HERE PERSONAIFIED AS A PRISONER FACING TRIAL IN A COURT, AND PEOPLE WHO DISLIKE ENGLISH IN INDIA IS THE JUDGE. ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN INDIA HAS, ACCORDING TO R K NARAYAN BECOME A SUBJECT THAT CONFUSES...

  29. history of language

    HISTORY OF LANGUAGE   Words on the brain: from 1 million years ago? All social animals communicate with each other, from bees and ants to whales and apes, but only humans have developed a language which is more than a set of prearranged signals.  Our speech even differs in a physical way from the...

  30. Zee TV and the Creation of Hindi Media Communities in Singapore

    Access Provided by National University of Singapore at 11/02/11 1:28AM GMT SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia Vol. 25, No. 2 (2010), pp. 262–80 DOI: 10.1355/sj25-2e © 2010 ISEAS ISSN 0217-9520 print / ISSN 1793-2858 electronic Research Notes and Comments Zee TV and the Creation...